1. “Usually I Love The Onion, but This Time You’ve Gone Too Far”: Disability Humour and Transgression
  2. Tom Coogan
  3. pp. 1-17
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  1. The Ontology of Disability in Chang-rae Lee’s The Surrendered
  2. Stephanie Hsu
  3. pp. 19-35
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  1. Disability Studies Reads the Romance
  2. Ria Cheyne
  3. pp. 37-52
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  1. From “Freak Show” to “Charity Case”: The “Containment” of Deafness in Wilkie Collins’s Hide and Seek
  2. Hannah Anglin-Jaffe
  3. pp. 53-69
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  1. Regulating Affect and Reproducing Norms: Alice Munro’s “Child’s Play”
  2. Dilia Narduzzi
  3. pp. 71-88
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  1. The Speed of Dark and This Alien Shore: Representations of Cognitive Difference
  2. Katrina Arndt, Maia Van Beuren
  3. pp. 89-104
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  1. Conference Report: Theorizing Normalcy and the Mundane—3rd International Annual Conference, University of Chester
  2. Cassie Ogden
  3. pp. 105-109
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  1. Disability and Modern Fiction: Faulkner, Morrison, Coetzee and the Nobel Prize for Literature by Alice Hall (review)
  2. Ria Cheyne
  3. pp. 111-113
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  1. Transgressive Bodies: Representations in Film and Popular Culture by Niall Richardson (review)
  2. Dustin Galer
  3. pp. 114-118
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  1. About the Contributors
  2. pp. 119-120
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