Volume 29, Number 4, Autumn 1998

Table of Contents

From: New Literary History

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Freedom, from Romance to the Novel: Three Anti-Utopian American Critics.

pp. 579-598
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Sideshadowing and Tempics.

pp. 599-624
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Victims-in-Waiting: Backshadowing and the Representation of European Jewry

pp. 625-651
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Pushkin, Literary Criticism, and Creativity in Closed Places

pp. 653-672
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Contingency and Freedom, Prosaics and Process.

pp. 673-686
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Keeping the Conversation Going: Prosaics and Literary Theory

pp. 687-690
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Response to Thomas Pavel, "Freedom, from Romance to the Novel: Three Anti-Utopian American Critics."

pp. 691-696
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Concluding Statement.

pp. 697-698
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Scholars Without Schools

Landscapes of Terror, Dreams, and Loneliness: Explorations in Art, Ethnography, and Friendship.

pp. 699-726
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Cinecriture: Modernism's Flicker Effect

pp. 727-768
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Poet versus Abstract Noun: An Agon

pp. 769-784
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Possible Worlds of Fiction and History

pp. 785-809
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Truth Without Scare Quotes: Post-Sokalian Genre Theory.

pp. 811-830
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Intentionalism in Aesthetics.

pp. 831-846
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Contributors

pp. 847-848
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Books Received

pp. 849-852
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