1. Avant-Garde and Neo-Avant-Garde: An Attempt to Answer Certain Critics of Theory of the Avant-Garde
  2. Peter Bürger, Bettina Brandt, Daniel Purdy
  3. pp. 695-715
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  1. Revolutionary Pathos, Negation, and the Suspensive Avant-Garde
  2. John Roberts
  3. pp. 717-730
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  1. Postcolonial Agitations: Avant-Gardism in Dakar and London
  2. Elizabeth Harney
  3. pp. 731-751
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  1. Resisting the Question, “What Is an Avant-Garde?”
  2. Mike Sell
  3. pp. 753-774
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  1. Avant-Garde Poetry as Subcultural Practice: Mailer and Di Prima’s Hipsters
  2. Benjamin Lee
  3. pp. 775-794
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  1. Moments and Temporalities of the Avant-Garde “in, of, and from the feminine”
  2. Griselda Pollock
  3. pp. 795-820
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  1. Psychogeography, Détournement, Cyberspace
  2. Amy J. Elias
  3. pp. 821-845
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  1. The Radical Avant-Garde and the Contemporary Avant-Garde
  2. Philippe Sers, Jonathan P. Eburne
  3. pp. 847-854
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  1. How Avant-Gardes End—and Begin: Italian Futurism in Historical Perspective
  2. Walter L. Adamson
  3. pp. 855-874
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  1. My Avant-Garde Card
  2. Bob Perelman
  3. pp. 875-894
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  1. The Conservative Avant-Garde
  2. Richard Schechner
  3. pp. 895-913
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  1. It’s Not Over (’Til It’s Over)
  2. Martin Puchner
  3. pp. 915-928
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  1. Introduction
  2. Jonathan P. Eburne, Rita Felski
  3. pp. v-xv
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 929-931
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  1. Books Received
  2. pp. 933-934
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