Volume 19, Number 4, November 2012

Table of Contents

Beckett, Minimalism, and the Question of Postmodernism

pp. 637-655
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Fireworks and Other Profane Illuminations: Color and the Experience of Wonder in Modern Visual Culture

pp. 657-676
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When Marco Leaves the Building: Intercultural Performances and Other Audiences

pp. 677-691
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Literary Memory and the Moment of Modern Music

pp. 693-715
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Tin Pan Allegory

pp. 717-736
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The Case of William Seabrook: Documents, Haiti, and the Working Dead

pp. 737-754
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Finding Haiti, Finding History in Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God

pp. 755-774
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On Some Seminal Motifs in Walter Benjamin: Seed, Sperm, Modernity, and Gender

pp. 775-791
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Review Essays

Modern Utopias, Major and Minor

pp. 793-798
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The Saddest Tory

pp. 799-803
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The Weather in Proust (review)

pp. 805-807
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1895: Drama, Disaster and Disgrace in Late Victorian Britain (review)

pp. 807-809
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Ravel the Decadent: Memory, Sublimation and Desire (review)

pp. 809-810
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Modernist Nowheres: Politics and Utopia in Early Modernist Writing, 1900–1920 (review)

pp. 811-813
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The Time Ship: A Chrononautical Journey (review)

pp. 813-814
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Architecture and Modern Literature (review)

pp. 815-816
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In the Hollow of the Wave: Virginia Woolf and Modernist Uses of Nature (review)

pp. 817-818
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Virginia Woolf’s Essayism (review)

pp. 818-820
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Women Modernists and Fascism (review)

pp. 820-822
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Leslie Howard: The Lost Actor (review)

pp. 822-823
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Sexuality in Europe: A Twentieth-Century History (review)

pp. 824-825
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How a Revolutionary Art Became Official Culture: Murals, Museums and the Mexican State (review)

pp. 825-827
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Modernism and Race (review)

pp. 827-829
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Modernism and Nihilism (review)

pp. 829-831
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Theory after “Theory.” (review)

pp. 831-833
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Recent Books of Interest

pp. 835-837
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