Volume 21, Number 2, April 2014

Table of Contents

The Bühnenkunstwerk and the Book: Lothar Schreyer’s Theater Notation

pp. 407-428
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Aschenbach Crosses the Waters: Reading Death in Venice in America

pp. 429-445
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Hard to Reach: Anne Brigman, Mountaineering, and Modernity in California

pp. 447-466
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Mawkishness, or Literary Art: John Rodker’s Adolphe 1920 in Modernism

pp. 467-485
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Two 1955 Lolitas: Vladimir Nabokov’s and Dorothy Parker’s

pp. 487-505
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John Berryman at Midcentury: Annotating Ezra Pound and Teaching Modernism

pp. 507-528
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New Novel, Old Tune: Beckett and Pinget in Postwar France

pp. 529-546
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Review Essays

Making Sydney Modern

pp. 547-556
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The Pressure of the Contemporaneous

pp. 557-560
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Erik Satie: Music, Art, and Literature ed. by Caroline Potter (review)

pp. 561-563
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Octavio Paz and T. S. Eliot: Modern Poetry and the Translation of Influence by Tom Boll (review)

pp. 564-565
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The Subject of Virtue: An Anthropology of Ethics and Freedom by James Laidlaw (review)

pp. 565-568
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When Sex Changed: Birth Control Politics and Literature between the World Wars by Layne Parish Craig (review)

pp. 568-570
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The Labors of Modernism: Domesticity, Servants, and Authorship in Modernist Fiction by Mary Wilson (review)

pp. 570-572
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Prose of the World: Modernism and the Banality of Empire by Saikat Majumdar (review)

pp. 572-573
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The Modern Portrait Poem: From Dante Gabriel Rossetti to Ezra Pound by Frances Dickey (review)

pp. 573-575
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T. E. Hulme and Modernism by Oliver Tearle (review)

pp. 575-577
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The Novel after Theory by Judith Ryan (review)

pp. 577-579
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Tiny Surrealism: Salvador Dalí and the Aesthetics of the Small by Roger Rothman (review)

pp. 579-581
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Against the Event: The Everyday and the Evolution of Modernist Narrative by Michael Sayeau (review)

pp. 581-582
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Recent Books of Interest

pp. 583-585
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