Volume 51, Number 1, Spring 2010

Table of Contents

An Interview with Ha Jin

pp. 1-26
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In a State without State: Jean Said Makdisi's Beirut Fragments as a Thought Experiment in Public Sphere Disintegration

pp. 27-57
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This Monstrous City: Urban Visionary Satire in the Fiction of Martin Amis, Will Self, China MiƩville, and Maggie Gee

pp. 58-86
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"A Champion of Mixtures": Difference and Global Literature in Pauline Melville's Shape-Shifter

pp. 87-123
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"A Presence Almost Everywhere": Responsibility at Risk in Don DeLillo's The Names

pp. 124-151
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"Enough Defined": Disability, Ecopoetics, and Larry Eigner

pp. 152-179
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Reviews

Returning to Lyric

pp. 180-187
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Executive Designs: Rereading Sovereign Power through Novelistic Style

pp. 188-196
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Modernity and Its Discontents

pp. 197-204
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Cerebrating and Celebrating Beckett

pp. 205-213
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 214-215
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Coming in Contemporary Literature: Vol. 51, No. 2, Summer 2010

p. 216
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