1. The Literary Animal and the Narrativized Zoo
  2. Aaron Santesso
  3. pp. 444-463
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  1. Species Performance, or, Henry James’s Beastly Sense
  2. Benjamin Bateman
  3. pp. 464-483
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  1. “Three smells exist in this world”: Literary Fiction and Animal Phenomenology in Italo Svevo’s “Argo and His Master”
  2. Marco Caracciolo
  3. pp. 484-505
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  1. Mongrel Fiction: Canine Bildung and the Feminist Critique of Anthropocentrism in Woolf’s Flush
  2. Karalyn Kendall-Morwick
  3. pp. 506-526
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  1. The Animals of James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake
  2. Margot Norris
  3. pp. 527-543
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  1. Narrative Disruption as Animal Agency in Cormac McCarthy’s The Crossing
  2. Raymond Malewitz
  3. pp. 544-561
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  1. No Higher Life: Bio-aesthetics in J. M. Coetzee’s Disgrace
  2. Carrie Rohman
  3. pp. 562-578
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  1. Fables of the Tiger Economy: Species and Subalternity in Aravind Adiga’s The White Tiger
  2. Sundhya Walther
  3. pp. 579-598
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  1. Backward/Forward: Thalia Field’s Metanarratives
  2. Jan Baetens, Éric Trudel
  3. pp. 599-615
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  1. Boundary Issues: Human–Animal Relationships in Karen Joy Fowler’s We Are All Completely beside Ourselves
  2. Matthew Calarco
  3. pp. 616-635
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  1. What Kind of Literary Animal Studies Do We Want, or Need?
  2. Robert McKay
  3. pp. 636-644
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  1. Animal Worlds in Modern Fiction: An Introduction
  2. David Herman
  3. pp. 421-443
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 645-647
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