1. Oddities in Gissing’s The Odd Women
  2. Lawrence Rainey
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  2. Sheela Banerjee
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  2. Chet Lisiecki
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  2. Catherine Keyser
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  1. What Women Want: The Modernist Kimono
  2. Beci Carver
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  1. What Were the “Objectivist” Poets?
  2. Jeffrey Twitchell-Waas
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  1. Modernism, Idiocy, and the Work of Culture: J. M. Coetzee’s Life & Times of Michael K
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  1. Modernism Post-postmodernism: Art in the Era of Light Modernity
  2. Luke Smythe
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  1. T. S. Eliot: From Undergraduate to Literary Lion
  2. Timothy Materer
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  1. Virginia Woolf: Prophet of “Pure Loss”
  2. Jane Goldman
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  1. Happiness in Voice Land: Walter Benjamin’s Radio Broadcasts
  2. Mena Mitrano
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  1. The Barbara Johnson Reader: The Surprise of Otherness ed. by Melissa Feuerstein, Bill Johnson González, Lili Porten, and Keja Valens (review)
  2. Judith Brown
  3. pp. 403-405
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  2. Anne Stiles
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  2. Lauren Elkin
  3. pp. 407-408
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  2. Graziano Krätli
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  2. Sam Slote
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  2. Finn Fordham
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  2. Alison Lacivita
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  1. Katherine Mansfield and World War One ed. by Gerri Kimber, Todd Martin, Delia da Sousa Correa, Isobel Maddison etal. (review)
  2. Philip Keel Geheber
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  1. Modernism, Middlebrow and the Literary Canon: The Modern Library Series, 1917–1955 by Lise Jaillant (review)
  2. Emma West
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