restricted access   Volume 37, Number 4, Fall 2010

Table of Contents


"The Feeding of Young Women": Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar, Mademoiselle Magazine, and the Domestic Ideal

pp. 1-22

Criminal Appropriations of Shakespeare in Jasper Fforde's Something Rotten

pp. 23-41

Tour du Monde: David Mitchell's Ghostwritten and the Cosmopolitan Imagination

pp. 42-60

Assessing the Promise of Jonathan Franzen's First Three Novels: A Rejection of "Refuge"

pp. 61-87

The Postcolonial Uncanny: The Politics of Dispossession in Amitav Ghosh's The Hungry Tide

pp. 88-119

"Death by Misadventure": Teaching Transgression in/through Larsen's Passing

pp. 120-144

Unbearable Realism: Freedom, Ethics and Identity in The Awakening

pp. 145-165

Manishevitz and Sake, the Kaddish and Sutras: Allen Ginsberg's Spiritual Self-Othering

pp. 166-193

Review Essays

The Wake of Edward Said

pp. 195-203

Book Reviews

Representations: Doing Asian American Rhetoric (review)

pp. 205-208

Riefenstahl Screened: An Anthology of New Criticism (review)

pp. 208-211

A Transnational Poetics (review)

pp. 211-214

No University Is an Island: Saving Academic Freedom (review)

pp. 214-217


Books Received

pp. 219-221