restricted access   Volume 31, Number 3, Summer 2000

Table of Contents

From: New Literary History

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Meaning and Intention: A Defense of Procedural Individualism

pp. 385-403
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Beyond "The Subject": Individuality in the Discursive Condition

pp. 405-419
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What Is "Philosophical Honesty" in Postmodern Literature?

pp. 421-434
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The (False) Gifts of Writing

pp. 435-458
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What is the Value of Literary Studies?

pp. 459-476
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Reintegrating Sensibility: Situated Knowledges and Embodied Readers

pp. 477-507
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Foucault's Body Tropes

pp. 509-528
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Upon One Bank and Shoal of Time: Literature, Nihilism, and Moral Philosophy

pp. 529-551
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Rethinking Romantic Incest: Human Universals, Literary Representation, and the Biology of Mind

pp. 553-572
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Articulating Uncle Tom's Cabin

pp. 573-597
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Unwriting Oceania: The Repositioning of the Pacific Writer Scholars Within a Folk Narrative Space

pp. 599-613
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Contributors

pp. 615-616
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Books Received

pp. 617-619
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