1. Erasure and The Water Cure: A Possible Suture?
  2. Marc Amfreville
  3. pp. 180-188
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  1. Locating the Experimental Novel in Erasure and The Water Cure
  2. Seth Morton
  3. pp. 189-201
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  1. Everett’s Hypernarrator
  2. Judith Roof
  3. pp. 202-215
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  1. Setting One’s House in Order: Theoretical Blackness in Percival Everett’s Fiction
  2. Anthony Stewart
  3. pp. 216-224
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  1. Trout Fishing and Red Herring: The Meaning of Going Wild in Percival Everett’s Damned If I Do
  2. Frédéric Dumas
  3. pp. 225-242
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  1. The Real and the Unreal, or the Endogenous and the Exogenous: The Case of Walk Me to the Distance and Wounded
  2. Claude Julien
  3. pp. 243-256
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  1. Percival Everett’s Grand Canyon Inc.: Self-Reliance Revisited
  2. Sylvie Bauer
  3. pp. 257-268
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  1. Writing (Fat) Bodies: Grotesque Realism and the Carnivalesque in Percival Everett’s Zulus
  2. Keith B. Mitchell
  3. pp. 269-285
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  1. Frenzy, Practical Philosophy, and Fictive Jokes
  2. Anne-Laure Tissut
  3. pp. 286-300
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  1. Hire-a-Glyph: Hermetics and Hermeneutics in Percival Everett’s Glyph
  2. Michel Feith
  3. pp. 301-319
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  1. Introduction: An Assembled Coterie
  2. Anthony Stewart
  3. pp. 175-179
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