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  2. James Scully
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  1. A Private Space, and: Knowing the Enemy
  2. Eleanor Wilner
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  1. Untitled Poem, and: Seeing England
  2. Roger Mitchell
  3. pp. 12-14
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  1. The Baker
  2. Gary Margolis
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  1. Lullabye with Questions, and: Following Illness, and: Pillow / Grief
  2. Albert Goldbarth
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  1. Bloom Pirate
  2. Phil Boiarski
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  1. From: The Snow Crazy Copybook 16
  2. James Hazard
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  1. In Taïbo
  2. Marjorie Hawksworth
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  1. Waking the Body
  2. Jay Meek
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  1. Vanishing Points
  2. Kathleen Weigner
  3. p. 22
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  1. We Shall All Be Changed
  2. Gabriel Grub
  3. pp. 23-39
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  1. The Horatian
  2. Heiner Müller, Marc D. Silberman, Helen Fehervary, Guntram Weber
  3. pp. 40-50
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  1. "Utopian" and "Scientific": Two Attributes for Socialism from Engels
  2. Darko Suvin
  3. pp. 59-70
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  1. Theses on Ideology and Utopia
  2. Louis Marin, Frederic Jameson
  3. pp. 71-75
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  1. Fourier's Concept of the Group
  2. Mark Poster
  3. pp. 76-87
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  1. Revolutionary Anticipation and Tradition
  2. Stephen Eric Bronner
  3. pp. 88-95
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  1. Brecht on Utopia
  2. Jost Hermand, Carol Poore
  3. pp. 96-113
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  1. American Utopian Fiction 1888-1896: The Political Origins of Form
  2. Jean Pfaelzer
  3. pp. 114-117
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  1. Dystopia as Utopia: Howard Phillips Lovecraft and the Unknown Content of American Horror Literature
  2. Paul Buhle
  3. pp. 118-131
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  1. The Past as Future: Family and the American Home in Meet Me in St. Louis
  2. Serafina Bathrick
  3. pp. 132-139
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  1. Towards a Sociology of the Novel (review)
  2. William Boelhower
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  1. Neo-Primitivism
  2. Mitchell Roger
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  1. Them and Us in Literature (review)
  2. Roger Mitchell
  3. pp. 148-149
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  1. Editor's Note
  2. Roger Mitchell
  3. p. 159
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  1. Notes on Contributors
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  1. Introduction/Prospectus: To Reconsider the Relationship of Marxism to Utopian Thought
  2. Fredric Jameson
  3. pp. 51-58
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  1. Singing the Bicentennial Blues: Illinois' Short Fiction Series
  2. Barton R. Friedman
  3. pp. 149-157
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