Volume 50, Number 3, Fall 2009

Table of Contents

An Interview with Jennifer Egan

pp. 439-460
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Intimacy and Agency in Robert Lowell's Day by Day

pp. 461-495
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Eyeless in Glasgow: James Kelman's Existential Milton

pp. 496-527
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Intertextuality and Other Analogues in J. M. Coetzee's Slow Man

pp. 528-552
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"All Power Is Saved": The Physics of Protest in Muriel Rukeyser's The Book of the Dead

pp. 553-575
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"More Life" and More: Harold Bloom, the J Writer, and the Archaic Judaism of Tony Kushner's Angels in America

pp. 576-598
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Reviews

Of Disembodied Mind Sparks and Speakers of Klingon: A New Model of Science Fiction

pp. 599-609
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Postnational Ireland

pp. 610-618
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The Intricacies of an Intimate Public Sphere

pp. 619-623
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Shades of Reading: The Many Places of Literature

pp. 624-628
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Theorizing Disability Studies

pp. 629-633
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 634-635
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Coming in: Contemporary Literature

p. 636
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