Volume 27, Number 2, Spring 1996

Table of Contents

From: New Literary History

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Special Issue: Problems of Otherness: Historical and Contemporary

On the Margins of Otherness: Metamorphosis and Identity in Homer, Ovid, Sidney, and Milton

pp. 167-184
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Enabling Paradoxes: Gender Difference and Systems Theory

pp. 185-197
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Heuristic Steps for Negotiating Ethno-National Conflicts: Vignettes from Estonia

pp. 199-212
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Performing Marginality: The Place of the Player and of "Woman" in Early Modern Japanese Culture

pp. 213-225
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"The Boys are Pickpockets, and the Girl is a Prostitute": Gender and Juvenile Criminality in Early Victorian England from Oliver Twist to London Labour

pp. 227-249
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from The Life of the Writer and The Life of the Career: First Principles and "Transformations of Play"

pp. 251-257
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The Madness of Art: Henry James's "The Middle Years"

pp. 259-262
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Notes on Representation and the Nonfiction Film

pp. 263-270
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Why Are Our Pictures Puzzles? Some Thoughts on Writing Excessively

pp. 271-290
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"Digging the Pit of Babel": Retranslating Franz Kafka's Castle

pp. 291-311
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Chinese American Literature Beyond the Horizon

pp. 313-328
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The Path to Gertrude Stein in Contemporary Post-Soviet Culture

pp. 329-336
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Fin de siecle, Fin de sexe: Transsexuality, Postmodernism, and the Death of History

pp. 337-349
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Contributors

pp. 351-352
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Books Received

pp. 353-356
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