Volume 44, Number 1, 2015 (Issue 136)

Table of Contents

Special Issue: David Mitchell and the Labyrinth of Time

Guest Editor: Paul A. Harris

Introduction: David Mitchell in the Labyrinth of Time

pp. 3-7
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David Mitchell in the Laboratory of Time: An Interview with the Author

pp. 8-17
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Posthuman Temporality: Mitchell’s Ghostwritten

pp. 18-38
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Palter & Prescience – On David Mitchell and Ghostwritten

pp. 39-54
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“A row of screaming Russian dolls”: Escaping the Panopticon in David Mitchell’s number9dream

pp. 55-70
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The Sound of Silence: Eschatology and the Limits of the Word in David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas

pp. 71-91
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“Gravid with the ancient future”: Cloud Atlas and the Politics of Big History

pp. 92-106
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Cannibalism, Colonialism and Apocalypse in Mitchell’s Global Future

pp. 107-122
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From Time’s Boomerang to Pointillist Mosaic: Translating Cloud Atlas into Film

pp. 123-135
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Revisiting Dejima (Japan): From Recollections to Fiction in David Mitchell’s The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet (2010)

pp. 136-147
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David Mitchell’s Fractal Imagination: The Bone Clocks

pp. 148-153
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Plus

Speculative Romanticism

pp. 154-174
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Richard Jackson: Between the Real and the Relational

pp. 175-191
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Review

Social Minds in the Novel by Alan Palmer (review)

pp. 192-201
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Contributors

pp. 202-204
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