Volume 79, Number 2, Spring 2010

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Models of Mind and Consciousness

Guest Editors: Marlene Goldman and Jill Matus

Contributors

pp. i-iii
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Introduction

pp. 615-631
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Autism Fiction: A Mirror of an Internet Decade?

pp. 632-655
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Navigating the Genealogies of Trauma, Guilt, and Affect: An Interview with Ruth Leys

pp. 656-679
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Narration, Navigation, and Non-Conscious Thought: Neuroscientific and Literary Approaches to the Thinking Body

pp. 680-701
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If 'The Body Keeps the Score': Mapping the Dissociated Body in Trauma Narrative, Intervention, and Theory

pp. 702-719
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How to Make Up One's Mind: Reason, Passion, and Ethics in Spirit Possession

pp. 720-741
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'Just a singing-machine': The Making of an Automaton in George du Maurier's Trilby

pp. 742-763
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Bridging the Past and the Future: Rethinking the Temporal Assumptions of Trauma Theory in Dionne Brand's At the Full and Change of the Moon

pp. 764-782
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Emotions and Eating Behaviour: Implications for the Current Obesity Epidemic

pp. 783-799
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The Stomach and Early Modern Emotion

pp. 800-818
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Tears of Joy: Hollywood Melodrama, Ecstasy, and Restoring Meta-Narratives of Transcendence in Modernity

pp. 819-837
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Autism, Narrative, and Emotions: On Samuel Beckett's Murphy

pp. 838-864
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