restricted access   Volume 50, Number 4, Winter 2009

Table of Contents

Contemporary Literature: Fiftieth Anniversary

pp. v-vi
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An Interview with Graham Swift

pp. 637-661
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The Planet on the Screen: Scales of Belonging in A. R. Ammons's Sphere

pp. 662-694
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Ian McEwan's Next Novel and the Future of Ecocriticism

pp. 695-720
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"Anything Can Be an Instrument": Misuse Value and Rugged Consumerism in Cormac McCarthy's No Country for Old Men

pp. 721-741
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Lorraine Hansberry's Absurdity: The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window

pp. 742-774
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Jews among the Indians: The Fantasy of Indigenization in Mordecai Richler's and Michael Chabon's Northern Narratives

pp. 775-810
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Reviews

The Marketing of Postcolonial Authors

pp. 811-816
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Educating the Heart: Realism, Reason, and the Novel

pp. 817-821
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Keeping It New: Pastoral Rebellion and the Art of Youth

pp. 822-830
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The Question of Race in the American Avant-Garde

pp. 831-839
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 840-841
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Coming in: Contemporary Literature

p. 842
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Index

Index to Volumes 49 and 50

pp. 843-848
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