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  Volume 44, Number 2, Fall 2011

Table of Contents

Editor’s Introduction

p. 1


Then We’ll Jump: Hamlin Garland’s Prodigal Private and the Great Banquet of Joy

pp. 3-19

The Gothic as Semiotic Disruption: Layers and Levels of Terror and the Abject in Mary Wilkins Freeman’s “The Wind in the Rose-bush”

pp. 21-41

A Theater of Terror: Staging the Encounter in Sahagún’s 1585 Revision of Book XII of the Historia general de las cosas de la Nueva España

pp. 43-60

The Violent Seductress: Using the HIV-Infected Female Body as Retribution in Ana Solari’s “Luna negra de noviembre”

pp. 61-74

Combating Ecological Terror: Ken Saro-Wiwa’s Genocide in Nigeria

pp. 75-91

Camfranglais—The Making of a New Language in Fouda’s Je parle camerounais and Fonkou’s Moi taximan

pp. 93-110

The Fleeting “9/11 Effect” in The Good Life and Lunar Park

pp. 111-125

Book Reviews

American Visual Culture by Mark Rawlinson (review)

pp. 127-130

The Cambridge Introduction to William Faulkner by Theresa M. Towner (review)

pp. 131-134

A Companion to Romantic Poetry ed. by Charles Mahoney (review)

pp. 135-138

Field o’ My Dreams: The Poetry of Gene Stratton-Porter ed. by Mary DeJong Obuchowski (review)

pp. 139-142

Literature, Analytically Speaking: Explorations in the Theory of Interpretation, Analytic Aesthetics, and Evolution by Peter Swirski (review)

pp. 143-146

Narrative Structures & the Language of the Self by Matthew Clark (review)

pp. 147-150

The Passing of Postmodernism: Spectroanalysis of the Contemporary by Josh Toth (review)

pp. 151-154

Principes Linguistiques en Pédagogie des Langues. Un Traité de Linguistique Appliquée by Moshé Starets (review)

pp. 155-158

Thinking Poetics: Essays on George Oppen ed. by Steve Shoemaker (review)

pp. 159-162

Notes on Contributors

pp. 163-165

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