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  Volume 28, Number 1, Summer 2013

Table of Contents

Essays

Beginning Again: The Boundaries of Self-Invention in Shimon Ballas’s Be-Guf Rishon

pp. 2-35
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Reading for Narrative Truth through the Absence of Narrative Awareness in Wilkomirski’s Fragments

pp. 36-63
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The Communally Derived Ethnic Self in Richard Rodriguez’s Hunger of Memory

pp. 64-85
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“Every Trivial Little Thing”: Sei Shonagon and the Poetics of Insignificance

pp. 86-111
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Embodied Triumph and Political Mobilization: Reading Marvelyn Brown’s The Naked Truth: Young, Beautiful and (HIV) Positive

pp. 112-125
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Folding Back the Skin of Text: Anne Michaels’s Fugitive Pieces of Trauma, Testimony, and Auto/Biographical Form(s)

pp. 126-149
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Talking Amongst Ourselves: Auntie Rita, A Private and Public Conversation of Healing

pp. 150-166
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Reviews

Memoir: An Introduction by G. Thomas Couser (review)

pp. 167-170
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A Thousand Darknesses: Lies and Truth in Holocaust Fiction by Ruth Franklin (review)

pp. 171-174
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Contributors

pp. 175-176
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Research Areas

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