restricted access   Volume 75, Number 3, November 2013

Table of Contents

Proceedings 2013

Editor’s Introduction: Thoughts about the CEA Conference in Savannah: April 4–6, 2013

pp. 189-190
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Keynote Addresses

Forbidden Water: A Thought on the Nature of Poet

pp. 191-200
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The Actor’s Nature in Mise-en-scène: Chekhovian Kinesthesia and Cinematic Performance

pp. 201-211
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Award Winning Papers

James R. (Dick) Bennett Award for Literature and Peace

Sustaining Refusal and Imagining New Societies: The Scarlet Letter, “Bartleby,” and the Production of “Somewhere Else”

pp. 212-223
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Karen Lentz Madison Scholar Gypsy Prize

“Neither a Servant nor a Family Member”: Recognizing the Unsustainable Nature of Stratification in Our Profession

pp. 224-234
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Outstanding Paper Presented by a Graduate Student

Removing the Masks of Lady Liberty: The Grotesque in the Literatures of the “Defeated” Americas

pp. 235-242
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Best in Section

The Nature of Compassionate Orientalism in Elizabeth Gaskell’s Cranford

pp. 243-249
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Revising the Pastoral, Revising the I/Eye: The Pastoral Speaker in Louise Glück’s A Village Life

pp. 250-257
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Nature, Phosphate, and Harry Crews’s Naked in Garden Hills

pp. 258-269
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The Nature of the Life of the Artist in Willa Cather’s The Song of the Lark

pp. 270-277
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“‘Wisdom Cries the Dawn Deacon’: Thomas Merton and ‘The Ox Mountain Parable’”

pp. 278-284
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Writing the Nation and the Impossibility of Form: Reading the Nature of Genre in Ralph Ellison’s Unfinished Novel

pp. 285-292
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First-Year English: Welcoming Different Learners to the Table

pp. 293-302
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Fat Words, Fat Souls: Momaday, Hemingway, and the Nature of Truth

pp. 303-309
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The Topography of Gay Identity: Alan Hollinghurst’s The Line of Beauty

pp. 310-319
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Contributors

pp. 320-323
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