restricted access   Volume 36, Number 3, Spring 2013

Table of Contents

Editor’s Introduction: Organisms and Machines

pp. v-vi

Into Cleanness Leaping: Brooke, Eliot, and the Decadent Body

pp. 1-13

Typewriter Psyche: Henry James’s Mechanical Mind

pp. 14-30

“The Lives of Others”: Motoring in Henry James’s “The Velvet Glove”

pp. 31-49

Interruption Overload: Telephones in Ford Madox Ford’s “‘4692 Padd’,” A Call and A Man Could Stand Up —

pp. 50-68

Virginia Woolf’s Emersonian Metaphors of Sight in To the Lighthouse: Visionary Oscillation

pp. 69-80

Beckett, Painting and the Question of “the human”

pp. 81-99

Dogging the Subject: Samuel Beckett, Emmanuel Levinas, and Posthumanist Ethics

pp. 100-119

“There will be a new embodiment, in a new way”: Alternative Posthumanisms in Women in Love

pp. 120-137

“She was born a thing”: Disability, the Cyborg and the Posthuman in Anne McCaffrey’s The Ship Who Sang

pp. 138-156

“More than Anything Else, I Like My Closets”: Willa Cather’s Melancholic Erotics in The Professor’s House

pp. 157-173

Fallen Love: Eros and Ta’wīl in the Poetry of Robert Duncan

pp. 174-193

Speaking the Unnamable: A Phenomenology of Sense in T.S. Eliot’s Four Quartets

pp. 194-211

Notes on Contributors

pp. 212-214