restricted access   Volume 17, Number 2, April 2010

Table of Contents

Special Section: Middlebrow Modernism

Screening the Modern Girl: Intermediality in the Adaptation of Flaming Youth

pp. 271-290
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Blondes Have More Fun: Anita Loos and the Language of Silent Cinema

pp. 291-311
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Literary Modernism in the Age of Celebrity

pp. 313-329
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“An invincible force meets an immovable object”: Gertrude Stein comes to Chicago

pp. 331-361
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Other Articles

Forms of Havoc: The Malatesta Cantos and The Battler

pp. 363-382
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The Siamese Demon: Wyndham Lewis and America

pp. 383-398
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Out of the Archive

An Older Future: Gabriel Alomar’s El Futurisme (1904)

pp. 401-408
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Futurism

pp. 409-420
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Review Essays

The Epoch of the Small Reviews

pp. 421-429
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Exhibiting Genders

pp. 431-436
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Book Reviews

Dances with Darwin, 1875–1910: Vernacular Modernity in France (review)

pp. 437-439
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Picasso and Apollinaire: The Persistence of Memory (review)

pp. 439-441
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Margaret Storm Jameson: A Life (review)

pp. 441-443
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Race, American Literature, and Transnational Modernisms (review)

pp. 443-445
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The Scene of Harlem Cabaret: Race, Sexuality, Performance (review)

pp. 445-446
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Broadcasting Modernism (review)

pp. 447-448
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Little Machinery: A Critical Facsimile Edition (review)

pp. 448-450
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Machine-Age Comedy (review)

pp. 450-452
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British Cinema and Middlebrow Culture in the Interwar Years (review)

pp. 452-454
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The Letters of Samuel Beckett, Volume 1: 1929–1940 (review)

pp. 454-456
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Imagining Nabokov: Russia Between Art and Politics (review)

pp. 457-458
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The Frankfurt School in Exile (review)

pp. 458-459
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Narrative Beginnings: Theories and Practices (review)

pp. 460-462
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Kay Boyle for the Twenty-First Century: New Essays (review)

pp. 462-463
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Reconstructing the World: Southern Fictions and U.S. Imperialisms, 1898–1976 (review)

pp. 464-465
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Recent Books of Interest

Recent Books of Interest

pp. 467-469
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