Volume 27, Number 4, Autumn 1996

Table of Contents

From: New Literary History

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Special Issue: Literature, Media, and the Law

Thinking Incognito: On Walter Benjamin

pp. 595-603
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The Wittgensteinian Sublime

pp. 605-619
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The Latest Word from Echo

pp. 621-640
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Feminine Authority? Common Sense and the Question of Voice in the Novel

pp. 641-662
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Uncanny Dolls: Images of Death in Rilke and Freud

pp. 663-677
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"60 Minutes" at the University of Arizona: The Polemic Against Tenure

pp. 679-704
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Reply to Annette Kolodny

p. 705
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Response to Rome Hartman

pp. 707-708
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Literary Studies +/- Literature: Friedrich A. Kittler's Media Histories

pp. 709-716
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The City is a Medium

pp. 717-729
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Technologies of Writing: Interview with Friedrich A. Kittler

pp. 731-742
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The Formation of Natural Law to Justify Colonialism, 1539-1689

pp. 743-759
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Lawful Writing: Common Law, Statute and the Properties of Literature

pp. 761-783
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"the Word for the Deed": Hobbes's Two Versions of Leviathan

pp. 785-802
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Contributors

pp. 803-804
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Books Received

pp. 805-807
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