restricted access   Volume 25, Number 2, October 2001

Table of Contents

From: Philosophy and Literature

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pp. 195-196

Symposium: Evolution and Literature
Edited by Nancy Easterlin

The Origin of Stories: Horton Hears a Who

pp. 197-214

Eighteenth-Century Print Culture and the "Truth" of Fictional Narrative

pp. 215-232

Narrative Theory and Function: Why Evolution Matters

pp. 233-250

Hans Christian Andersen's Fish Out of Water

pp. 251-277

Homer's Human Animal: Ritual Combat in the Iliad

pp. 278-294

The Ecology of Victorian Fiction

pp. 295-313

The Epistemology of Cognitive Literary Studies

pp. 314-334

Aesthetic Incunabula

pp. 335-346


The Sin of Knowledge: Ancient Themes and Modern Variations (review)

pp. 347-350

The Ways of Naysaying: No, Not, Nothing, and Nonbeing (review)

pp. 350-353

The Metaphysical Club (review)

pp. 353-356

Ghostly Demarcations: A Symposium on Jacques Derrida's 'Spectres of Marx' (review)

pp. 356-360

Henry David Thoreau and the Moral Agency of Knowing (review)

pp. 361-363

Hamlet in Purgatory (review)

pp. 364-367

Skeptical Music: Essays on Modern Poetry (review)

pp. 368-370

French Fiction in the Mitterrand Years: Memory, Narrative, Desire (review)

pp. 371-373

Why Literature Matters: Permanence and the Politics of Reputation (review)

pp. 373-376

Cervantes, the Novel, and the New World (review)

pp. 376-379