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  Volume 123, Number 5, December 2008 (Comparative Literature Issue)

Table of Contents


The Dome of the Mind: Monticello in Weimar

pp. 981-1005

From Inference to Insight: A Peircean Model of Literary Reasoning

pp. 1006-1038

“A Place So Insanely Enchanting”: Kafka and the Poetics of Suspension

pp. 1039-1067

Melancholy and Parapraxis: Rewriting History in Benjamin and Kafka

pp. 1068-1087

Urs Allemann’s Beginnings

pp. 1088-1107

Poetry of Bringing about Presence: Paul Celan translates Osip Mandelstam

pp. 1108-1126

Lois de l’aveugle: Notes sur La Folie du Jour

pp. 1127-1140

“Cold Pastoral”: Werner Herzog’s Version of Empson

pp. 1141-1162

Comparative Philosophies of Tragedy: Buddhism, Lacan, and Ashes of Time

pp. 1163-1187


How to Read a Poem (review)

pp. 1188-1191

The Belated Witness: Literature, Testimony and the Question of Holocaust Survival (review)

pp. 1191-1194

Psyche: Inventions of the Other, Volume II (review)

pp. 1194-1198

L’Idée de fable. Théories de la fiction poétique à la Renaissance (review)

pp. 1198-1201

Bergson-Deleuze Encounters: Transcendental Experience and the Thought of the Virtual (review)

pp. 1201-1206

Philosophy and Animal Life (review)

pp. 1206-1209

German Idealism: Contemporary Perspectives (review)

pp. 1210-1213

Gilles Deleuze: Cinema and Philosophy (review)

pp. 1213-1218

Wordsworth’s Philosophic Song (review)

pp. 1218-1223

Brief Notices

Brief Notices

pp. 1224-1228

Richard Macksey.

Incipitque Semper

pp. 1229-1230

Books Received

Books Received: 2008

pp. 1231-1235

Index to Volume 123

Index: MLN Volume 123 (2008)

pp. 1236-1240

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