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  Volume 41, Number 1, Winter 2010

Table of Contents

Editorial Statement

pp. v-ix
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Antigone's Two Laws: Greek Tragedy and the Politics of Humanism

pp. 1-33
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The Tragic: A Question of Art, not Philosophy of History

pp. 35-51
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Three Scenarios for Literary Darwinism

pp. 53-67
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Pragmatism and Cultural Politics: From Rortian Textualism to Somaesthetics

pp. 69-94
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Parisian Noir

pp. 95-109
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London: Capital of the Nineteenth Century

pp. 111-128
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The Theatricalization of Love

pp. 129-150
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The Aping Apes of Poe and Wright: Race, Animality, and Mimicry in "The Murders in the Rue Morgue" and Native Son

pp. 151-171
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The Slaveries of Sex, Race, and Mind: Harriet Beecher Stowe's Lady Byron Vindicated

pp. 173-190
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Anti-Interiority: Compulsiveness, Objectification, and Identity in Infinite Jest

pp. 191-211
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The Materiality of Remembering: Freud's Wolf Man and the Biological Dimensions of Memory

pp. 213-232
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 233-234
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Books Received

Books Received

pp. 235-236
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Research Areas

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