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  Volume 34, Number 5, July/August 2013

Table of Contents

Focus: Literary Activism

Introduction to Focus: Writers and Activism through Criticism

pp. 3-10
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Beyond Innocence

pp. 4-5
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Invisible Boys

pp. 5-6
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Microfiction Collage

pp. 6-7
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Activism on Stage: The Telling Project: An Interview with Jon Wei, Founder and Director

p. 8
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Un Trip to El Valle

p. 9
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Revolution from Above

pp. 10-11
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Feature: American Chapters

Multiplicity, Repetition

p. 12
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Inescapable Depravity

pp. 13-14
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The Extraordinary Ordinary

pp. 14-15
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Popular Appeal

pp. 15-30
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Book Reviews

Going Steady

p. 16
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Sewing, Stabbing, and Semantics

pp. 17-18
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Vision and Voice

pp. 18-19
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Inhabiting the Entretemps

pp. 20-21
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The Court of Cal

pp. 21-22
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Teetering on the Edges

p. 22
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A New way of Reading

p. 23
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It All Grinds Up In His Brain

p. 24
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Hardboiled Homage

p. 25
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A Clouded Illumination

pp. 26-27
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Or Not

pp. 27-28
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Bed Behavior

pp. 28-29
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Necessary and Terrible Moments

p. 29
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Departments

A Sense of The Past: Editing In America I

pp. 2-25
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Scenes: Futurepoem: An Interview Dan Machlin

p. 31
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Research Areas

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