Volume 46, Number 3, September 2013

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Blindness

Introduction

pp. v-x
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Images

pp. xi-xix
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Images

pp. xx-xxvi
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Articles

Gone, Missing

pp. 1-26
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Blindness and Intimacy in Early Twentieth-Century Literature

pp. 27-42
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Where Blindness is Not (?) a Disability: Alison Sinclair’s Darkborn Trilogy

pp. 43-58
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Animal’s Eyes: Spectacular Invisibility and the Terms of Recognition in Indra Sinha’s Animal’s People

pp. 59-74
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Vicariates of the Eye: Blindness, Sense Substitution, and Writing Devices in the Nineteenth Century

pp. 75-91
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Aesthetic Blindness: Symbolism, Realism, and Reality

pp. 93-108
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Blinding the Screen: Visualizing Disability in Le scaphandre et le papillon

pp. 109-124
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To the Side of the Day: Comparison without Comparison in Pynchon (and. . .)

pp. 125-139
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The Blind Bard, According to John Milton and His Contemporaries

pp. 141-157
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“Looking on darkness, which the blind do see”: Blindness, Empathy, and Feeling Seeing

pp. 159-177
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