Volume 28, Number 3, Summer 1997

Table of Contents

From: New Literary History

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Special Issue: Critical Exhanges

Theater, History, Ethics: An Interview with Hélène Cixous onThe Perjured City, or the Awakening of the Furies

pp. 425-456
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The Taming of Michel Foucault: New Historicism, Psychoanalysis, and the Subversion of Power

pp. 457-480
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A Response to Suzanne Gearhart

pp. 481-482
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Reply to Stephen Greenblatt

pp. 483-485
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Editor's Column: On Multiple Submissions

pp. 487-493
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Multiple Submissions and the Institutional Power/Knowledge Network

pp. 495-500
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Multiple Submissions and Little Scrolls of Parchment: Censorship, Knowledge, and the Academy

pp. 501-523
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(Re)Thinking Unthinkable Thoughts

pp. 525-537
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Response to Richard Levin's "(Re)Thinking Unthinkable Thoughts"

pp. 539-542
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"Cybermaterialism" and the Invention of the Cybercultural Everyday

pp. 543-567
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I Untied the Camera of Tastes (Who Am I?): The Riddle of Chool (A Reply and Alternative to A. Sahay)

pp. 569-594
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... is the riddle of history

pp. 595-599
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Japan in Theory

pp. 601-623
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"Bunburying" in the Japan Field: A Reply to Jeff Humphries

pp. 625-638
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The Meaning Behind Miyoshi's Lament: A Response to Masao Miyoshi's "Reply" to "Japan in Theory"

pp. 639-647
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Contributors

pp. 649-650
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Books Received

pp. 651-653
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