restricted access   Volume 1, Number 2, Fall 2013

Table of Contents

Pleasure Reading

Trollope for Americanists

pp. 219-228
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Minute Effulgencies: Language as Gesture and the Spires of Form

pp. 228-240
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"The Man Who Thought Himself a Woman"

pp. 240-253
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Sexuality, History, Difficulty, Pleasure

pp. 253-258
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Essays

Against 1865: Reperiodizing the Nineteenth Century

pp. 259-284
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Emerson, China, and the Uses of Literature

pp. 285-313
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The Divine Comedy as an American Civil War Epic

pp. 315-337
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Open Canons: Sacred History and American History in The Book of Mormon

pp. 339-361
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Circulation and Resistance: The Marrow of Tradition and the 1900 New Orleans Race Riot

pp. 363-385
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The Nonhuman Turn

Introduction

pp. 387-389
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Sexual Matters: Darwinian Feminisms and the Nonhuman Turn

pp. 390-396
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Hearing Animals: Thoreau between Fable and Elegy

pp. 397-401
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Not Human, Again

pp. 401-410
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Poems, Eyelashes, and other Nonhuman Objects

pp. 411-416
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Ghost-Humanism; or, Specters of Materialism

pp. 416-422
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Formal Disclosures

Introduction: The Nature of Form

pp. 423-431
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Rehabilitating Analogy

pp. 431-439
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Consider the Recipe

pp. 439-445
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Forms That Work and Beg

pp. 445-452
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Familiar Forms, Unfamiliar Beings

pp. 452-459
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Contributors

pp. 461-464
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Pleasure Reading

p. 465
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