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Waste and Abundance: The Measure of Consumption

Guest Editors: Susan Cahill, Emma Hegarty, Emilie Morin

Foreword

Waste and Abundance: The Measure of Consumption

pp. 3-7
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I. Representing Human Remains and Cultural By-Products

Messing with the Archive: Back Doors, Rubbish and Traces in Robert Kroetsch’s The Hornbooks of Rita K

pp. 8-24
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The Waste-Management Poetics of Kenneth Goldsmith

pp. 25-40
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The Excremental Ethics of Samuel R. Delany

pp. 41-55
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II. Monumental Waste: Consumption, Landfill, and Recycling

“There’s no Lack of Void”: Waste and Abundance in Beckett and DeLillo

pp. 56-70
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The Immorality of Waste: Depression-Era Perspectives in the Digital Age

pp. 71-77
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“London is All Waste”: Rubbish in Patrick Keiller’s Robinson Films

pp. 78-93
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PLUS:

Wong Kar-wai’s Films and the Culture of the Kawaii

pp. 94-109
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Feux et Signaux de Brume: Virginia Woolf’s Lighthouse

pp. 110-131
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Reviews

Sartre, Self-Formation and Masculinities (review)

pp. 132-137
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Thinking Geographically: Space, Theory and Contemporary Human Geography (review)

pp. 137-140
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Styles of Enlightenment: Taste, Politics, and Authorship in Eighteenth-Century France (review)

pp. 141-146
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Bataille’s Peak: Energy, Religion, Postsustainability (review)

pp. 146-149
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 151-153
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