restricted access   Volume 30, Number 1, Winter 1999

Table of Contents

From: New Literary History

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Introduction

pp. 1-3
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Teaching Literature: The Force of Form

pp. 5-24
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Deformance and Interpretation

pp. 25-56
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Poetry and Culture: Performativity and Critique

pp. 57-74
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Poetry and Permeability

pp. 75-91
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Poetry at One Remove

pp. 93-106
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Getting Inside Sophocles' Mind Through Holderlin's Antigone

pp. 107-127
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"Wanton Recollection": The Idolatrous Pleasures of Beowulf

pp. 129-141
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The Epic as Pastoral: Milton, Marvell, and the Plurality of Genre

pp. 143-157
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The Politics of Genre in Wordsworth's Salisbury Plain

pp. 159-177
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"Rats' Alley": The Great War, Modernism, and the (Anti)Pastoral Elegy

pp. 179-201
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Combat Gnosticism: The Ideology of First World War Poetry Criticism

pp. 203-215
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Paul Celan: Poet of the Shoah

pp. 217-219
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Why Not the Heroic Couplet?

pp. 221-238
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Archaeologies of Knowledge: Hill's Middens, Heaney's Bogs, Schwerner's Tablets

pp. 239-262
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Contributors

pp. 263-264
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Books Received

pp. 265-267
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