Volume 13, Number 2, Fall 2000

Table of Contents

From: The Yale Journal of Criticism

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Notes on Contributors

pp. 469-470
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Articles

Lateness in King Lear

pp. 209-228
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French Cultural Imperialism and the Aesthetics of Extinction

pp. 229-265
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Shadows and Light: Colonial Modernity and the Grand Mosquee of Paris

pp. 267-292
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Slashing Henry James (On Painting and Political Economy, Circa 1900)

pp. 293-320
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Parodying the [British pound]5 Virgin: Bernard Shaw and the Playing of Pygmalion

pp. 321-341
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Neighbors, Foes and Other Communities: Kafka and Zionism

pp. 343-360
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Covered Wagons and Decalogues: Paramount's Myths of Origins

pp. 361-389
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Silicon Sociology, or, Two Kings on Hegel's Throne? Kittler, Luhmann, and the Posthuman Merger of German Media Theory

pp. 391-420
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Reading Spaces

"But enough about me, what do you think of my memoir?"

pp. 421-436
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Positions: Recovery Redux

Recovering Ellen Pickering

pp. 437-452
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A Response to Mary Poovey's "Recovering Ellen Pickering"

pp. 453-460
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A Response to Mary Poovey's "Recovering Ellen Pickering"

pp. 461-465
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A Response to Margaret Homans and Jill Campbell

pp. 467-468
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