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  Number 80, Winter 2012

Table of Contents

Editorial Statement

p. v
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An Epoch of Rest: Roland Barthes’s “Neutral” and the Utopia of Weariness

pp. 1-26
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Noir Analysis: How Kristeva’s Detective Novels Renew Psychoanalysis

pp. 27-55
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Consider the Squirrel: Freaks, Vermin, and Value in the Ruin(s) of Nature

pp. 56-95
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Desiring Human-Machines in the Soviet Union, East Asia, and the United States

Introduction

pp. 99-104
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Monster: A Work by Kai Syng Tan (Singapore, 2009)

pp. 105-106
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Human Machines and the Pains of Penmanship in Yevgeny Zamyatin’s We

pp. 108-129
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From the Technique for Creating Humans to the Art of Reprogramming Hearts: Scientists, Writers, and the Genesis of China’s Modern Literary Vision

pp. 131-149
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The Human–Machine Continuum in Maoism: The Intersection of Soviet Socialist Realism, Japanese Theoretical Physics, and Chinese Revolutionary Theory

pp. 151-181
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Atomic Pop! Astro Boy, the Dialectic of Enlightenment, and Machinic Modes of Being

pp. 183-204
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Spivak Lessons

pp. 209-217
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Global Biotech and the Asian Nation

pp. 218-224
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Books Received

pp. 225-229
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Contributors

pp. 230-231
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Research Areas

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