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  Volume 54, Number 4, Winter 2008

Table of Contents

Articles

Not Fading into Another Landscape: Specters of American Empire in Margaret Atwood’s Fiction

pp. 627-653
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Situating the Essential Alien: Sui Sin Far’s Depiction of Chinese-White Marriage and the Exclusionary Logic of Citizenship

pp. 654-688
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Flaubert, Joyce: Vision, Photography, Cinema

pp. 689-714
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Crosstown Jakes in 1920s Manhattan: Racial Formations in John Dos Passos’s Manhattan Transfer and Claude Mckay’s Home to Harlem

pp. 715-743
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The “Lost Generation” and the Generation of Loss: Ernest Hemingway’s Materiality of Absence and The Sun Also Rises

pp. 744-765
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(E)Racing Edmund White: Queer Reading, Race, and Sexuality in A Boy’s Own Story

pp. 766-790
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The Politics of Queer Time: Retro-Sexual Returns to the Primal Scene of American Studies

pp. 791-814
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Review Essays

Secularization: An Academic Truism or a Dubious Hypothesis?

pp. 815-826
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The Domestic Side of Modernism

pp. 827-836
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Faulkner and Cultural Conflict

pp. 837-843
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Regional Criticism in the Era of Globalization

pp. 844-852
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Writing in the Disciplinary Borderlands

pp. 853-861
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The West of the Story

pp. 862-869
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Literary Agents

pp. 870-876
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Black Subjects Re-Forming the Past through the Neo-Slave Narrative Tradition

pp. 877-883
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Book Reviews

Book Reviews

pp. 884-885
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The Americas

New Visions of Community in Contemporary American Fiction: Tan, Kingsolver, Castillo, Morrison (review)

pp. 886-889
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Philip Roth: New Perspectives on an American Author (review)

pp. 892-895
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The Anxiety of Obsolescence: The American Novel in the Age of Television (review)

pp. 895-898
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A Freedom Bought with Blood: African American War Literature from the Civil War to World War II (review)

pp. 898-901
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Growing Up Ethnic: Nationalism and the Bildungsroman in African American and Jewish American Fiction (review)

pp. 899-892
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Driving Women: Fiction and Automobile Culture in Twentieth-Century America (review)

pp. 902-905
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British, Irish, and Postcolonial Literatures

Virginia Woolf: Feminism and the Reader (review)

pp. 906-908
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A Black British Canon? (review)

pp. 909-912
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Graham Greene’s Narrative Strategies: A Study of the Major Novels (review)

pp. 912-915
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Apartheid and Beyond: South African Writers and the Politics of Place (review)

pp. 915-918
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Jamaica Kincaid and Caribbean Double Crossings (review)

pp. 919-921
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J. M. Coetzee and the Idea of the Public Intellectual (review)

pp. 922-925
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Theory and Cultural Studies

Androgyny in Modern Literature (review)

pp. 926-929
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Figuring the Woman Author in Contemporary Fiction (review)

pp. 929-932
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Ritual Unbound: Reading Sacrifice in Modernist Fiction (review)

pp. 932-935
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Margaret Atwood: Feminism and Fiction (review)

pp. 935-938
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Nanoculture: Implications of the New Technoscience (review)

pp. 938-941
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Never Say I: Sexuality in the First Person in Colette, Gide, and Proust (review)

pp. 942-945
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Style as Matter: The Moral Art of Vladimir Nabokov (review)

pp. 945-947
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 948-950
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Call for Papers

Call for Papers: Upcoming Special Issue Theorizing Asian American Fiction

pp. 951-952
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Forthcoming in MFS

Forthcoming in MFS ...

p. 954
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