restricted access   Volume 57, Number 3, Fall 2011

Table of Contents

Fiction After 9/11

Narrating 9/11

pp. 381-400
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Articles

Terrorism

Policing the Globe: State Sovereignty and the International in the Post-9/11 Crime Novel

pp. 401-424
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Outtakes and Outrage: The Means and Ends of Suicide Terror

pp. 425-449
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Rethinking Trauma

Regarding the Pain of Self and Other: Trauma Transfer and Narrative Framing in Jonathan Safran Foer’s Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close

pp. 451-476
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Violence and the Faithful in Post-9/11 America: Updike’s Terrorist, Islam, and the Specter of Exceptionalism

pp. 477-502
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Ethnicity and Religion

Strange Times to be a Jew: Alternative History after 9/11

pp. 503-531
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Arab American Citizenship in Crisis: Destabilizing Representations of Arabs and Muslims in the US after 9/11

pp. 532-555
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Falling

Don Delillo’s Falling Man and the Age of Terror

pp. 557-583
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The Languishing of the Falling Man: Don Delillo and Jonathan Safran Foer’s Photographic History of 9/11

pp. 584-606
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Review Essay

Analyzing Literature after 9/11

pp. 607-618
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 1-2
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