restricted access   Volume 3, Number 3, September 1996

Table of Contents

From: Modernism/modernity

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Special Issue: Focus on American Modernism

Recent Books of Interest

pp. 155-156
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Articles

Poetics of the Americas

pp. 1-23
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Performing the Pure Voice: Elocution, Verse Recitation, and Modernist Poetry in Prewar London

pp. 25-50
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T.S. Eliot Meets Michael Gold: Modernism and Radicalism in Depression-Era American Literature

pp. 51-68
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Portrait of a National Fetish: Gertrude Stein's "Introduction to the Speeches of Marichal Pitain" (1942)

pp. 69-92
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[Introduction to the Speeches of Marechal Petain]

pp. 93-96
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Our America and Nativist Modernism: A Panel

Our America and Nativist Modernism: A Panel

p. 97
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Modernism Without the Modernists: A Response to Walter Benn Michaels

pp. 99-105
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Whose America is Our America: On Walter Benn Michaels's Characterizations of Modernity in America

pp. 107-113
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Literature and History: Neat Fits

pp. 115-120
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Response

pp. 121-126
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Science and Modernism: A Panel

Science and Modernism: A Panel

p. 127
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Science and Narcissism

pp. 129-135
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Science and Citizenship: Karl Pearson and the Ethics of Epistemology

pp. 137-143
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Embryologies of Modernism

pp. 145-153
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Recent Books of Interest