Volume 43, Number 2, Spring 2012

Table of Contents

Object-Oriented Literary Criticism

The Well-Wrought Broken Hammer: Object-Oriented Literary Criticism

pp. 183-203
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An Object-Oriented Defense of Poetry

pp. 205-224
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Systems and Things: A Response to Graham Harman and Timothy Morton

pp. 225-233
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A Habermasian Literary Criticism

pp. 235-254
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Hobbes and the Wolf-Man: Melancholy and Animality in Modern Sovereignty

pp. 255-279
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Breaking the Laws of Motion: Pneumatology and Belles Lettres in Eighteenth-Century Britain

pp. 281-308
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The State of Postcolonial Studies continued

Signs Taken for Wonders: An Anecdote Taken from History

pp. 309-329
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Responses to Dipesh Chakrabarty and Robert JC Young

Empire’s Present

pp. 331-340
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What is Left in Postcolonial Studies?

pp. 341-358
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The Sighs of History: Postcolonial Debris and the Question of (Literary) History

pp. 359-370
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Whence and Whither Postcolonial Theory?

pp. 371-390
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Contributors

pp. 391-392
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Books Received

pp. 393-394
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