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  Volume 22, Number 2, May 2014

Table of Contents

Preface

pp. 151-153
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The Problem of Fictionality and Factuality in Lyric Poetry

pp. 155-168
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Sequence and Lyric Narrative in Auden and Isherwood’s Journey to a War

pp. 169-184
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In the Waiting Room: Narrative in the Autobiographical Lyric Poem, Or Beginning to Think about Lyric Poetry with Narratology

pp. 185-202
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Two Trajectories of Reader Response in Narrative Poetry: Roses and Risings in Keats’s “The Eve of St. Agnes”

pp. 203-218
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The Phonetic and Spatial Effects of Discourse in Poetic Narratives: The Case of Keats’s “La Belle Dame sans Merci”

pp. 219-233
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Narrative in Concrete / Concrete in Narrative: Visual Poetry and Narrative Theory

pp. 234-251
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Unremembered Plots: Catachresis and Narrativity in Lucille Clifton’s “why some people be mad at me sometimes” and Countee Cullen’s “Heritage”

pp. 252-268
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Narrative in Poetry: A Problem of Narrative Theory

pp. 269-283
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Thinking Some More about Narrative in Poetry: A Brief Reply to Bruce Heiden

pp. 284-287
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