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  Volume 59, Number 1, Spring 2013

Table of Contents


“After us, not out of us”: Wrestling with the Future in D. H. Lawrence’s Women in Love

pp. 1-25

A Picture of Africa: Frenzy, Counternarrative, Mimesis

pp. 26-52

Air War, Propaganda, and Woolf’s Anti-Tyranny Aesthetic

pp. 53-82

“I just took it straight from Vogue”: Fashion, Femininity, and Literary Modernity in Rosamond Lehmann’s Invitation to the Waltz

pp. 83-106

“They ain’t human”: John Steinbeck, Proletarian Fiction, and the Racial Politics of “The People”

pp. 107-134

Alien Enemies in Julie Otsuka’s When the Emperor Was Divine

pp. 135-155

“Who worked this evil, brought distance between us?”: The Politics of Sexual Interaction in Sylvia Wynter’s The Hills of Hebron

pp. 156-174

Review Essays

Exploring Narratives of Global Justice and Sustainability: The Rise of Postcolonial Ecocriticism

pp. 175-181

Rethinking Asian American Literary Studies

pp. 182-192

Book Reviews

The Nets of Modernism: Henry James, Virginia Woolf, James Joyce, and Sigmund Freud by Maud Ellmann (review)

pp. 194-195

Portraying 9/11: Essays on Representations in Comics, Literature, Film and Theatre by Véronique Bragard, Christophe Dony, and Warren Rosenberg (review)

pp. 196-199

Tracking Modernity: India’s Railway and the Culture of Mobility by Marian Aguiar (review)

pp. 199-201

Images of Black Modernism: Verbal and Visual Strategies of the Harlem Renaissance by Miriam Thaggert (review)

pp. 202-204

J. M. Coetzee and the Novel: Writing and Politics after Beckett by Patrick Hayes (review)

pp. 204-207

Fantasies of the New Class: Ideologies of Professionalism in Post-World War II American Fiction by Stephen Schryer (review)

pp. 207-210

Modernist Commitments: Ethics, Politics, and Transnational Modernism by Jessica Berman (review)

pp. 211-213

The Myth of Manliness in Irish National Culture, 1880–1922 by Joseph Valente (review)

pp. 213-216

Romances of the White Man’s Burden: Race, Empire, and the Plantation in American Literature, 1880–1936 by Jeremy Wells (review)

pp. 216-219

The Postcolonial City and its Subjects: London, Nairobi, Bombay by Rashmi Varma (review)

pp. 219-221

Unlikely Collaboration: Gertrude Stein, Bernard Faÿ, and the Vichy Dilemma by Barbara Will (review)

pp. 221-224

Hemingway’s Second War: Bearing Witness to the Spanish Civil War by Alex Vernon (review)

pp. 224-227


pp. 228-229

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