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  Volume 17, 2010

Table of Contents

From the Editor

pp. v-vi

Deceit, Desire, and The Dunciad: Mimetic Theory and Alexander Pope

pp. 1-26

"Sacrifice" in the Harry Potter Series from a Girardian Perspective

pp. 27-51

Figures of Antichrist: The Apocalypse and Its Restraints in Contemporary Political Thought

pp. 53-85

Desire and Monstrosity in the Disaster Film: Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds

pp. 87-103

Recovering the Snorra Edda: On Playing Gods, Loki, and the Importance of History

pp. 105-120

Violence and Religion: Walter Burkert and René Girard in Comparison

pp. 121-137

The Reception of René Girard's Thought in Italy: 1965-Present

pp. 139-174

Beyond Rivalry?: Rethinking Community in View of Apocalyptical Violence

pp. 175-187

Mimetic Theory and Its Rivals: A Reply to Pablo Bandera

pp. 189-203

Mimetic Desire and the Nigerian Novel: The Case of Chike Momah's Titi: Biafran Maid in Geneva

pp. 205-215

The Stumbling Block its Index

pp. 217-238



pp. 239-242

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