Volume 45, Number 3, September 2012

Table of Contents

Introduction

pp. v-vi
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Thomas the Marvellous: Resurrection and Living-Death in Blanchot and Nancy

pp. 1-16
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“cease to exist in order to be”: Worstward Ho between Badiou and Deleuze

pp. 17-32
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Ekphrasis Refigured: Writing Seeing in Siri Hustvedt’s What I Loved

pp. 33-48
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The Remains of Empire and the “Purloined” Philippines: Jessica Hagedorn’s Dream Jungle

pp. 49-64
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Framed Identity: Finding Lucy in Atwood’s “Death by Landscape”

pp. 65-80
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Sherlock Holmes and Game Theory

pp. 81-98
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The Ethics of Laughter: David Sedaris and Humour Memoir

pp. 99-114
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Traumatic Forgetting and Spatial Consciousness in Dionne Brand’s In Another Place, Not Here

pp. 115-131
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Weltgeschichte als Weltgericht: Le corps hétérotopique dans Une tempête

pp. 133-150
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Poetry, Polyvocal, Philosophy: A Thought Experiment

pp. 151-164
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Creating/Vanishing: The Gypsy Muse in Works by Arnold, Kalda, Janáček, and Vaughan Williams

pp. 165-183
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