Volume 30, Number 2, Fall 2012

Table of Contents

Contents

Interim Editor's Preface

pp. vii-xv
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Announcement of Incoming Executive Editor, Catherine Belling

pp. xvi-xvii
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Malaria and the Revision of Daisy Miller

pp. 217-240
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Modernist Autobiography, Hysterical Narrative, and the Unnavigable River: The Case of Freud and H.D.

pp. 241-275
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The End of Sensibility: The Nervous Body in the Early Nineteenth Century

pp. 276-291
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Cancer Experience and its Narration: An Accidental Study

pp. 292-318
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The Cloister as Therapeutic Space: Breast Cancer Narratives in the Early Modern World

pp. 319-338
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Consulting Physicians: The Role of Specialist Medical Advisers in Cormac McCarthy's Contemporary Fiction

pp. 339-355
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Reviews

A Condition of Doubt: The Meanings of Hypochondria by Catherine Belling (review)

pp. 356-361
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The Paradox of Hope: Journeys through a Clinical Borderland by Cheryl Mattingly (review)

pp. 361-367
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[sic]: A Memoir by Joshua Cody (review)

pp. 367-370
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Memoir of a Debulked Woman: Enduring Ovarian Cancer by Susan Gubar (review)

pp. 370-377
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Why Do We Care about Literary Characters? by Blakey Vermeule (review)

pp. 378-382
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Letting Stories Breathe: A Socio-Narratology by Arthur W. Frank (review)

pp. 382-387
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 388-389
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