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  Volume 52, Number 3-4, Summer/Fall 2010

Table of Contents

Preface

pp. 355-357
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Realism and Utopia in The Wire

pp. 359-372
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"The Game Is the Game": Tautology and Allegory in The Wire

pp. 373-398
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"A Man without a Country": The Boundaries of Legibility, Social Capital, and Cosmopolitan Masculinity

pp. 399-411
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The Last Rites of D'Angelo Barksdale: The Life and Afterlife of Photography in The Wire

pp. 413-439
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Constrained Frequencies: The Wire and the Limits of Listening

pp. 441-459
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The Depth of the Hole: Intertextuality and Tom Waits's "Way Down in the Hole"

pp. 461-485
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Greek Gods in Baltimore: Greek Tragedy and The Wire

pp. 487-507
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Walking in Someone Else's City: The Wire and the Limits of Empathy

pp. 509-528
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"Precarious Lunch": Conviviality and Postlapsarian Nostalgia in The Wire's Fourth Season

pp. 529-546
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Capitalist Realism and Serial Form: The Fifth Season of The Wire

pp. 547-567
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Index to Volume 52 of Criticism (2010)

pp. 569-571
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