Volume 19, 2012

Table of Contents

From the Editor

From the Editor

pp. v-vi
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Articles

The Future of the Novel [1957]

pp. 1-8
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Revenge or Justice?: Obama Gets Osama

pp. 9-17
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The Jewish Vaccine against Mimetic Desire: A Girardian Exploration of a Sabbath Ritual

pp. 19-39
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What Women Want?: Mimesis and Gender in Chaucer’s Wife of Bath’s Prologue and Tale

pp. 41-67
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Another View of Arthur Dimmesdale: Scapegoating and Revelation in The Scarlet Letter

pp. 69-86
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The Montessori Method: The Development of a Healthy Pattern of Desire in Early Childhood

pp. 87-122
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Desire and Conversion in François de Sales’s Traité de l’amour de Dieu

pp. 123-137
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Three Voices/One Message: The Importance of Mimesis for Human Morality

pp. 139-166
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Will and Sacrifice: Victimary Representations in Ibsen’s Rosmersholm

pp. 167-177
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“A Candle in Sunshine”: Desire and Apocalypse in Blake and Hölderlin

pp. 179-204
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Triangular, Homosocial, Lesbian: A Queer Approach to Desire in August Strindberg’s Novel A Madman’s Manifesto

pp. 205-229
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A Model for the Many Senses of Scripture: From the Literal to the Spiritual in Genesis 22 with Thomas Aquinas

pp. 231-247
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From the Dutch Novel Messire (2008) by Els Launspach

pp. 249-256
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 257-261
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