Volume 51, Number 4, Winter 2010

Table of Contents

An Interview with Dorothy Allison

pp. 651-676
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"Fun Actually Was Becoming Quite Subversive": Herbert Marcuse, the Yippies, and the Value System of Gravity's Rainbow

pp. 677-702
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"That We Can Somehow Add Each to Each Other?": George Oppen between Denise Levertov and Rachel Blau DuPlessis

pp. 703-735
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"There Is No Content Here, Only Dailiness": Poetry as Critique of Everyday Life in Ron Silliman's Ketjak

pp. 736-776
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Barry Unsworth and the Arts of Power: Historical Memory, Utopian Fictions

pp. 777-809
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City Memory, City History: Urban Nostalgia, The Colossus of New York, and Late-Twentieth-Century Historical Fiction

pp. 810-851
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Learning to Love Postwar Fiction

pp. 852-866
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"A Wilderness of Mirrors": Writing and Reading the Cold War

pp. 867-873
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Resting Places

pp. 874-882
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Space and Style in Contemporary British Fiction

pp. 883-891
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Contributors

pp. 892-893
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