Volume 36, Number 1, Fall 2012

Table of Contents

Literature and Its Dissolving Borders: Word and World

pp. v-vi

A Simultaneous Gesture of Proximity and Distance: W.G. Sebald’s Empathic Narrative Persona

pp. 1-16

Narrativizing Characters in Mrs. Dalloway

pp. 17-36

Trying It On: Narration and Masking in The Age of Innocence

pp. 37-52

Between Sensation and Sign: The Secret Language of The Waves

pp. 53-70

The Early Life of Septimus Smith

pp. 71-89

J. M. Coetzee’s Foe and the embodiment of meaning

pp. 90-103

Keeping the Reader in the House: American Minimalism, Literary Impressionism, and Raymond Carver’s “Cathedral”

pp. 104-118

“Living in two tenses”: The Intimate Archives of Sylvia Townsend Warner

pp. 119-131

The Russian Soul Englished

pp. 132-149

Virginia Woolf and British Russophilia

pp. 150-152

Dismantling the Modernist Myth: Samuel Beckett and Virginia Woolf in the Literary Marketplace

pp. 153-162

A constellation of modernist historiography: Woolf with Benjamin

pp. 163-165

Without Right

pp. 166-173

Theatre’s New Threshold: A Review of Reassessing the Theatre of the Absurd: Camus, Beckett, Ionesco, Genet and Pinter

pp. 174-176

Weaving the Web of Globality

pp. 177-184

Desiring Machines: A Review of Beautiful Circuits: Modernism and the Mediated Life by Mark Goble

pp. 185-190

High Modernism, Lowly Desires: A Review of Sara Crangle’s Prosaic Desires: Modernist Knowledge, Boredom, Laughter, and Anticipation.

pp. 191-195

Notes on Contributors

pp. 196-198