1. Chronic Poetics
  2. Hillary Gravendyk
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  1. The Accidental Autist: Neurosensory Disorder in The Secret Agent
  2. Joseph Valente
  3. pp. 20-37
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  1. Positive Inertia: D.H. Lawrence and the Aesthetics of Generation
  2. Andrew Kalaidjian
  3. pp. 38-55
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  1. Cripping the Bildungsroman: Reading Disabled Intercorporealities in Truman Capote’s Other Voices, Other Rooms
  2. Jess Waggoner
  3. pp. 56-72
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  1. Eating Animals and Becoming Meat in Virginia Woolf’s The Waves
  2. Vicki Tromanhauser
  3. pp. 73-93
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  1. “His Guts Are All out of Him”: Faulkner’s Eruptive Animals
  2. Christina M. Colvin
  3. pp. 94-106
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  1. Mental Inversion, Modernist Aesthetics, and Disability Exceptionalism in Olive Moore’s Spleen
  2. Matt Franks
  3. pp. 107-127
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  1. How the Taxi-Cab Driver Reads: Wyndham Lewis, Modernist Aesthetics, and the Novel as Machine
  2. Heather Fielding
  3. pp. 128-146
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  1. Slow Processing: A New Minor Literature by Autists and Modernists
  2. Claire Barber-Stetson
  3. pp. 147-165
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  1. Bio-Writing: Cybernetics, Open Form, and Larry Eigner’s Lifework
  2. Rebecca Gaydos
  3. pp. 166-182
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  1. Touching on Modernism
  2. Amy E. Elkins
  3. pp. 183-189
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  1. Toward an Aesthetics of Existence in the Contemporary Novel
  2. Michelle R. Martin
  3. pp. 190-193
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  1. Editor’s Introduction: Disability and Generative Form
  2. Janet Lyon
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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. pp. 194-196
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