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  Volume 58, Number 2, Summer 2012

Table of Contents

2011 Margaret Church MFS Memorial Prize

p. vi
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Articles

Dirty Books: Modernism and the Toilet

pp. 191-213
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The Extraterritorial Poetics of W. G. Sebald

pp. 214-238
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The Chinatown and the City: Kingston, Kerouac, and the Bohemian Bay Area

pp. 239-260
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A Little Fiction is Good for You: Currency Crisis, The Nation State, and Waugh's African Texts

pp. 261-283
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How to Love Your Local Homophobe: Southern Hospitality and the Unremarkable Queerness of Truman Capote's "The Thanksgiving Visitor"

pp. 284-307
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"Gravity rushes through him": Volk and Fetish in Pynchon's Rilke

pp. 308-333
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Aphrodite's Faces: Toni Morrison's Love and Ethics

pp. 334-352
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Review Essays

Cognitive Theory and Literature

pp. 353-362
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Underneath, at the Edges, and in the Heart of the Urban Imagination

pp. 363-373
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Book Reviews

Front Lines of Modernism: Remapping the Great War in British Fiction (review)

pp. 375-377
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The Program Era: Postwar Fiction and the Rise of Creative Writing (review)

pp. 378-380
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Repression and Realism in Post-War American Literature (review)

pp. 381-383
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Reading as Therapy: What Contemporary Fiction Does for Middle-Class Americans (review)

pp. 384-386
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The Event of Postcolonial Shame (review)

pp. 386-388
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The Literature Police: Apartheid Censorship and its Cultural Consequences (review)

pp. 389-391
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The Passage of Literature: Genealogies of Modernism in Conrad, Rhys, and Pramoedya (review)

pp. 392-394
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Gender, Race, and Mourning in American Modernism (review)

pp. 395-397
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Mythohistorical Interventions: The Chicano Movement and Its Legacies (review)

pp. 397-400
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The Rise of the American Comics Artist: Creators and Contexts (review)

pp. 400-403
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Subjectivity in the American Protest Novel (review)

pp. 403-406
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Creating Consilience: Integrating the Sciences and the Humanities (review)

pp. 406-409
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The Political Novel: Re-Imagining the Twentieth Century (review)

pp. 410-412
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Modernism, Ireland, and Civil War (review)

pp. 412-414
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Neo-Segregation Narratives: Jim Crow in Post-Civil Rights American Literature (review)

pp. 415-417
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James Joyce and the Revolt of Love: Marriage, Adultery and Desire (review)

pp. 417-420
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Post-War British Women Novelists and the Canon (review)

pp. 420-423
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 424-425
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Research Areas

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