Volume 39, Number 4, Autumn 2008

Table of Contents

From: New Literary History

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Reexamining Literary Theories and Practices

A Secret in Spite of Itself: Recursive Meaning in Henry James’s “The Figure in the Carpet”

pp. 769-799
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Reweaving the Carpet (Reading Stephan Mussil Reading James)

pp. 801-821
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The Linguistic Turn Along Post-Postmodern Borders: Israeli/Palestinian Narrative Conflict

pp. 823-845
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Literary Ecology and the Ethics of Texts

pp. 847-868
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Between Metaphysics and Method: Mathematics and the Two Canons of Theory

pp. 869-890
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Putting Tragedy to Work for the Polis: The Rhetoric of Pity and Terror, Before and After Modernity

pp. 891-902
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Metaphor Revisited

pp. 903-929
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The Unworkable Interface

pp. 931-955
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The Social Beyond Words: The Case of Harold Garfinkel

pp. 957-969
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Masculinist Theory and Romantic Authorship, Or Hawthorne, Politics, Desire

pp. 971-987
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Joyce’s Scissors: Modernism and the Dissolution of the Event

pp. 989-1016
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Contributors

pp. 1017-1018
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Books Received

pp. 1019-1021
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