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  Volume 12, Number 3, Winter 2012

Table of Contents

Betrayal

Editors’ Note

pp. vii-viii
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Special Section

Betrayal

A Treacherous Subject: An Introduction

pp. 1-15
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Betrayals: An Entertainment

pp. 17-26
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The Bloody Price of Adoption: Betrayal and Absolution in Kleist’s “The Foundling”

pp. 27-51
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Borges: Faith in Your Face

pp. 53-66
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Political Betrayal: Hélène Cixous’s The Perjured City

pp. 67-89
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Secrecy and Betrayal: On Kafka and Welles

pp. 91-114
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“Betrayal (of Nature) (in Homage to Harold Pinter)”: A Drama

pp. 115-127
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Atricles

Bare Life, Labor-Power, Mobility, and Global Space: Toward a Marxian Anthropology?

pp. 129-151
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The Sacred Part: Deconstruction and the Right to Die

pp. 153-185
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Aporias of Marranismo: Sabina Berman’s En el Nombre de Dios and Jom Tob Azulay’s O Judeu

pp. 187-216
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Redeeming the Post-Metaphysical Promise of J. Saunders Redding’s “America”

pp. 217-243
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Lispector, the Time of the Veil

pp. 245-268
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Contributors

pp. 269-271
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Research Areas

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