restricted access   Volume 38, Number 3, Fall 1992

Table of Contents

From: MFS Modern Fiction Studies

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The Politics of Modernism

Ellen Carol Jones, Editor

Writing the Modern: The Politics of Modernism

pp. 549-563
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Cosmopolitanism and Nationalism

Postmodernity and the Politics of Multiculturalism: The Lyotard-Habermas Debate over Social Theory

pp. 567-580
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Postmodernity and Nationalism: A European Perspective

pp. 581-593
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The Politics of Modernist Form

Re-Reading Pater: The Musical Aesthetics of Temporality

pp. 597-614
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Anarchy in the Flesh: Conrad's "Counterrevolutionary" Modernism and the Witz of the Political Unconscious

pp. 615-630
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The Politics of Modernist Form; or, Who Rules The Waves?

pp. 631-650
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Little Magazines

The New Age and the Emergence of Reactionary Modernism Before the Great War

pp. 653-667
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Alternative Modernisms

Alternatives to Modernism

Poetry and the Rhetoric of Dissent in Turn-of-the-Century Chicago

pp. 671-686
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Women's Ways in War: The Poetry and Politics of the Woman's Peace Party, 1915-1917

pp. 687-714
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Cultural Work and Class Politics: Re-reading and Remaking Proletarian Literature in the United States

pp. 715-732
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Lyric Politics: The Poetry of Edwin Rolfe

pp. 733-769
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The "Boom" Novel and the Cold War in Latin America

pp. 771-784
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Scripting the Other

Filming Ghosts: French Cinema and the Algerian War

pp. 787-804
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Acknowledgements

Acknowledgements

p. 547
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 805-806
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Announcements

pp. 808-809
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