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  Volume 116, Number 4, Fall 2008

Table of Contents

From: Sewanee Review

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Hitting All the Notes

pp. lxxvii-lxxviii
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Novelistic Tapestries

pp. lxxviii-lxxx
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Kipling's Curse

pp. lxxx-lxxxiv
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Passages from India

pp. lxxxiv-lxxxv
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As the Tide Rises and Falls

pp. lxxxv-lxxxviii
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Ambiguous Immediacy

pp. lxxxviii-xc
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A Man Without a Handle

pp. xc-xciii
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Revaluation

pp. xciv-xcvii
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Poetry

The Ghiberti Doors

pp. 507-508
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Voices of Love

pp. 560-563
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Dreams of Day and Night

pp. 564-566
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Bookbinding

p. 567
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Plates from Audubon's Double Elephant Folio

pp. 568-570
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The Jefferson Memorial

p. 571
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Fiction

God's Dogs

pp. 509-524
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The Country House

pp. 525-541
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Listening for the Silences

pp. 542-559
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Essays

Michael Chabon's Imaginary Jews

pp. 572-588
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Emma: Jane Austen's Errant Heroine

pp. 589-604
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The State of Letters

Otelia's Umbrella: Jane Austen and Manners in a Small World

pp. 605-611
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In Defense of Dullness or Why Fanny Price is My Favorite Austen Heroine

pp. 611-618
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Into a Maelstrom of Fire on Having a Feeling for Thomas Hardy

pp. 618-629
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American Literary Culture in Decline

pp. 630-636
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The Leopard Reconsidered

pp. 637-644
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The "Bishop" Stories of Donald Barthelme

pp. 645-650
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Arts and Letters

People in Rooms

pp. 651-654
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The Achievement of Ivan Bunin

pp. 654-660
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Darkness Visible: Pynchon at Seventy

pp. 660-666
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Great Men and the Civil War: New Historical Fiction

pp. 667-672
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Index

Index Volume CXVI, 2008

pp. 675-680
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Contributors

Contributors

p. vciii
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Research Areas

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