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  Volume 80, Number 1, Spring 2013

Table of Contents

“In My Selfe the Smart I Try”: Female Promiscuity in Astrophil and Stella

pp. 1-27
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Faustus, Confession, and the Sins of Omission

pp. 29-59
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Community, Credit, and the Prodigal Husband on the Early Modern Stage

pp. 61-92
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Studies in Uniquity: Horace Walpole’s Singular Collection

pp. 93-124
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Psyche: Mirror and Mind in Vanity Fair

pp. 125-147
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“Things That Are Outside of Ourselves”: Ethnology, Colonialism, and the Ontological Critique of Capitalism in Matthew Arnold’s Criticism

pp. 149-172
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Emotional Insanity, Cynical Reason, and The Gilded Age

pp. 173-197
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Virgilian Chesnutt: Eclogues of Slavery and Georgics of Reconstruction in the Conjure Tales

pp. 199-220
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An Honest Decade: William Empson and the Ambiguities of Writing in the 1930s

pp. 221-249
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“Swastika arms of passage leading to nothing”: Late Modernism and the “New” Britain

pp. 251-285
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Lighting Out for the Global Territory: Postwar Revisions of Cultural Anthropology and Jewish American Identity in Bellow’s Henderson the Rain King

pp. 287-316
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