Volume 33, Number 2, October 2009

Table of Contents

Articles

Montaigne on Witches and the Authority of Religion in the Public Sphere

pp. 235-251
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Dante's Inferno as Poetic Revelation of Prophetic Truth

pp. 252-266
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Being a Moral Agent in Shakespeare's Vienna

pp. 267-279
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Sweet Use: Genre and Performance of The Merchant of Venice

pp. 280-295
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Approaching Infinity: Dignity in Arthur Koestler's Darkness at Noon

pp. 296-314
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Life is a Passacaglia

pp. 315-328
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Sighs and Tears: Biological Signals and John Donne's "Whining Poetry"

pp. 329-344
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For the Love of Nothing: Auden, Keats, and Deconstruction

pp. 345-357
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Reading Audio Books

pp. 358-368
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Literature as Fable, Fable as Argument

pp. 369-385
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Philosophies of Language in the Fictions of Jorge Luis Borges

pp. 386-401
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T. S. Eliot, Dharma Bum: Buddhist Lessons in The Waste Land

pp. 402-416
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Notes and Fragments

Martha Nussbaum on Dickens's Hard Times

pp. 417-426
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Stiva's Idiotic Grin

pp. 427-434
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Critical Discussions

On the Necessity of Theater

pp. 435-441
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The Fate of Humanism in Greek Tragedy

pp. 442-454
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Index

Index to Volumes 32 and 33

pp. 2-6
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