Volume 46, Number 2, June 2013

Table of Contents

Introduction

pp. v-vi
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Possibles: Of Blodgett/Brault

pp. 1-18
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Hiding in Plain Sight: Problems of Modernist Self-Representation in the Encounter Between Adolf Loos and Josephine Baker

pp. 19-37
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Living in Different Universes: Autism and Race in Robinson’s Gilead and Home

pp. 39-54
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The City and its Ontology in Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet

pp. 55-70
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The Uses of Genre and the Classification of Speculative Fiction

pp. 71-85
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Bearing Witness: Edith Wharton’s The Book of the Homeless

pp. 87-103
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Cautionary Whales?: Adolescence and Genre in Juno and Push

pp. 105-121
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Realism and the Discursive Dynamics of the Popular Periodical, 1900–1930

pp. 123-145
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Making the Real Appear: Schmitt’s Enigma Variations as a “Traversal of the Fantasy”

pp. 147-162
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Melancholy and Hüzün in Orhan Pamuk’s Istanbul

pp. 163-178
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