1. Reassessing the Two-Culture Debate: Popular Science in Ian McEwan’s The Child in Time and Enduring Love
  2. Emily Horton
  3. pp. 683-712
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  1. Jewishness in the Colonies of Leonard Woolf’s Village in the Jungle
  2. Janice Ho
  3. pp. 713-741
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  1. Mary, Full of Corruption: Disease in Richard Wright’s A Father’s Law
  2. Alison Arant
  3. pp. 742-757
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  1. Isherwood’s Impersonality: Ascetic Self-Divestiture and Queer Relationality in A Single Man
  2. Octavio R. Gonzalez
  3. pp. 758-783
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  1. “Something That Has Already Happened”: Recapitulation and Religious Indifference in The Plot Against America
  2. Christopher Douglas
  3. pp. 784-810
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  1. “Just a Creature of His Own Making”: Metafiction, Identification, and Gender in Going after Cacciato
  2. Anne-Marie Womack
  3. pp. 811-832
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  1. Philip Roth Is Sitting on Your Face: America in the Late Novels
  2. Timothy Parrish
  3. pp. 833-845
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  1. Slow Violence and the Environmentalism of the Poor by Rob Nixon (review)
  2. Allison Carruth
  3. pp. 847-849
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  1. The Intellectual in Twentieth-Century Southern Literature by Tara Powell (review)
  2. Ben Child
  3. pp. 849-852
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  1. The Novel After Theory by Judith Ryan (review)
  2. Daniel Cottom
  3. pp. 852-855
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  1. Modernism and the Women’s Popular Romance in Britain, 1885–1925 by Martin Hipsky (review)
  2. Anne Cunningham
  3. pp. 855-857
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  1. Affective Mapping: Melancholia and the Politics of Modernism by Jonathan Flatley (review)
  2. Denise Ginfray
  3. pp. 857-860
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  1. Bloomsbury, Modernism, and the Reinvention of Intimacy by Jesse Wolfe (review)
  2. Alison L. Heney
  3. pp. 860-862
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  1. Pragmatic Modernism by Lisi Schoenbach (review)
  2. Tania Lown-Hecht
  3. pp. 863-865
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  1. A Familiar Strangeness: American Fiction and the Language of Photography, 1939–1945 by Stuart Burrows (review)
  2. Peter Lurie
  3. pp. 866-868
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  1. Thomas Pynchon and the Dark Passages of History by David Cowart (review)
  2. Christian Moraru
  3. pp. 869-872
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  1. Faulkner and Hemingway: Biography of a Literary Rivalry by Joseph Fruscione (review)
  2. Christopher Rieger
  3. pp. 872-874
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  1. The Semblance of Identity: Aesthetic Mediation in Asian American Literature by Christopher Lee (review)
  2. Theophilus Savvas
  3. pp. 875-877
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  1. Reading Native American Literature by Joseph L. Coulombe (review)
  2. Stella Setka
  3. pp. 877-880
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  1. Amnesia and Redress in Contemporary American Fiction by Marni Gauthier (review)
  2. Sarah L. Wasserman
  3. pp. 880-883
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  1. The Unexamined Orwell by John Rodden (review)
  2. Robert Yeates
  3. pp. 883-886
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  1. Apocalyptic Futures: Marked Bodies and the Violence of the Text in Kafka, Conrad, and Coetzee by Russell Samolsky (review)
  2. G. W. Stephen Brodsky
  3. pp. 886-889
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 890-891
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