Volume 39, Number 2, Spring 2008

Table of Contents

From: New Literary History

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Reading, Writing, and Representation

The Things of Civilization, the Matters of Empire: Representing Jemmy Button

pp. 193-215
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Reading Derrida on Being Monolingual

pp. 217-231
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Allegories of Rending: Killing Time with Walter Benjamin

pp. 233-250
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A Few Things for Themselves

pp. 251-258
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The Idea of Observation at Key West, or, Systems Theory, Poetry, and Form Beyond Formalism

pp. 259-276
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Wooden Subjects

pp. 277-300
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Self-Critical Theory: Discursive Strategies in an Era of Real Universality

pp. 301-320
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“Frightful Spectacles of a Mangled King”: Aphra Behn’s Oroonoko and Narration Through Theater

pp. 321-334
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Dialogues with/and Great Books: With Some Serious Reflections on Robinson Crusoe

pp. 335-353
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Habeas Corpus: British Imaginations of Power in Walter Scott’s Old Mortality

pp. 355-367
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 369-370
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Books Received

Books Received

pp. 371-373
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