restricted access   Volume 23, Number 1, April 1999

Table of Contents

From: Philosophy and Literature

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Making a Canon

pp. 1-16
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Alice's Discriminating Palate

pp. 17-31
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Literature and Christianity: A Personal View

pp. 32-43
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Brecht and Postmodernism

pp. 44-64
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The Return of Charles Kinbote: Nabokov on Rorty

pp. 65-77
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"One Drifts Apart": To the Lighthouse as Art of Response

pp. 78-95
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Symposium: Jane Austen

Jane Austen and the Aristotelian Ethic

pp. 96-109
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Adventures of a Female Werther: Jane Austen's Revision of Sensibility

pp. 110-126
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A Class Act: Persuasion and the Lingering Death of the Aristocracy

pp. 127-137
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Notes and Fragments

The Poetry Hour

pp. 138-147
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Collecting as an Art

pp. 148-156
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Cognitive Science and the Future of Literary Studies

pp. 157-173
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Whose Bad Writing?

pp. 174-180
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Critical Discussion

Tapestry With Images: Paul Scott's Raj Novels

pp. 181-196
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Mass Appeal

pp. 197-205
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Theory of What?

pp. 206-216
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Reviews

Unauthorized Freud: Doubters Confront a Legend

pp. 217-220
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The First Hundred Years of Mikhail Bakhtin

pp. 220-223
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The Practice of Reading

pp. 223-226
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The Rise and Fall of English

pp. 227-230
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Victor Hugo

pp. 230-233
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Camus: Love and Sexuality

pp. 233-236
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The Future of Aesthetics: The 1996 Ryle Lectures

pp. 236-240
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Fashionable Nonsense: Postmodern Intellectuals' Abuse of Science

pp. 240-242
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Bookmarks

The Somewhat Exaggerated Death of Primitive Art

pp. 243-255
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