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  Volume 58, Number 3, Fall 2012

Table of Contents

New British Fiction

pp. 429-435


Reading the Multiple Drafts Novel

pp. 436-458

The Anxieties of Authenticity in Post-2000 British Fiction

pp. 459-476

Rethinking the Arcadian Revenge: Metachronous Times in the Fiction of Sam Taylor

pp. 477-502

Brick Lane Blockades: The Bioculturalism of Migrant Domesticity

pp. 503-528

The Pathology of Flexibility in Monica Ali’s In the Kitchen

pp. 529-548

The Critique of Trauma and the Afterlife of the Novel in Tom McCarthy’s Remainder

pp. 549-568

Dirty Media: Tom McCarthy and the Afterlife of Modernism

pp. 569-599

John Burnside’s Ecologies of Solace: Regional Environmentalism and the Consolations of Description

pp. 600-615

British Black Box: A Return to Race and Science in Zadie Smith’s White Teeth

pp. 616-636

“Everything You Ever Dreamed”: Post-9/11 Trauma and Fantasy in Ali Smith’s The Accidental

pp. 637-654



pp. 655-656

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