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  Volume 45, Number 2, Summer 2013

Table of Contents

Articles

Catherine Sinclair, Domestic Community, and the Catholic Imagination

pp. 143-160
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Intimate Cities: The Portrait of a Lady and the Poetics of Metropolitan Space

pp. 161-177
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“She is Not a Lady, But a Legal Document”: The Tattoo as Contract in Mr. Meeson’s Will

pp. 178-197
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Thrust beneath the Carpet: Hardy and the Failure of Writing

pp. 198-213
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“The Difference between Us”: Conrad, Wells, and the English Novel

pp. 214-233
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The Art of the Incredibly Serious: Native Son as Künstlerroman, Native Son as Fiction

pp. 234-258
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Modes of Dislocation: Jewishness and Deafness in Elizabeth Bowen

pp. 259-278
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Homeland Security and the State of (American) Exception(alism): Jess Walter’s The Zero and the Ethical Possibilities of Postmodern Irony

pp. 279-297
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Reviews

Raymond Chandler’s Philip Marlowe: The Hard-Boiled Detective Transformed by John Paul Athanasourelis (review)

pp. 299-300
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Elizabeth Singer Rowe and the Development of the English Novel by Paula R. Backscheider (review)

pp. 300-302
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Must Read: Rediscovering American Bestsellers from Charlotte Temple to The Da Vinci Code ed. by Sarah Churchwell and Thomas Ruys Smith (review)

pp. 303-304
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No More Heroes: Narrative Perspective and Morality in Cormac McCarthy by Lydia R. Cooper (review)

pp. 305-306
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Sylvia Plath’s Fiction: A Critical Study by Luke Ferretter (review)

pp. 306-307
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Chick Lit and Postfeminism by Stephanie Harzewski (review)

pp. 307-310
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Louise Erdrich: Tracks, The Last Report on the Miracles at Little No Horse, The Plague of Doves ed. by Deborah L. Madsen (review)

pp. 310-312
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Falling into Matter: Problems of Embodiment in English Fiction from Defoe to Shelley by Elizabeth R. Napier (review)

pp. 312-314
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The Intellectual in Twentieth-Century Southern Literature by Tara Powell (review)

pp. 314-315
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Kurt Vonnegut and the American Novel: A Postmodern Iconography by Robert T. Tally Jr. (review)

pp. 315-317
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Nabokov, Rushdie, and the Transnational Imagination: Novels of Exile and Alternate Worlds by Rachel Trousdale (review)

pp. 317-319
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Thinking in Literature: Joyce, Nabokov, Woolf by Anthony Uhlmann (review)

pp. 319-321
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Everybody’s Jane: Austen in the Popular Imagination by Juliette Wells (review)

pp. 322-323
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