Volume 36, Number 3, Fall 2015

Table of Contents

Announcements

pp. 1-2
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Introduction

pp. 197-198
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Articles

The Realist Blueprint

pp. 199-211
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Henry James, Fredric Jameson, and the Social Art of Sculpture

pp. 212-225
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Aesthetic Perception and “the flaw”: Towards a Jamesonian Account of Late James

pp. 226-233
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“Almost everything that was usual was iniquitous”: Suspicion and Proof in Henry James and Fredric Jameson

pp. 234-240
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Framing the Subject: Jameson’s James and The Wings of the Dove

pp. 241-248
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Beautiful Circuits and Subterfuges

pp. 249-256
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Total Unconscious: Jameson, Conrad, and James

pp. 257-266
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The Possibilities of the Novel: A Look Back on the James-Wells Debate

pp. 267-279
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Jameson, Burke, and the Virus of Suggestion: Between Ideology and Rhetoric

pp. 280-287
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Lateness in James and Jameson

pp. 288-295
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Remarks on Henry James

pp. 296-306
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Book Reviews

A “Magnificent Distinction”: Hearing Quiet Testimony

pp. E-19-E-23
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Spolia: The Henry James Issue ed. by Jessa Crispin (review)

pp. E-23-E-26
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Henry James Today ed. by John Carlos Rowe (review)

pp. E-26-E-28
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Index to Volume 36

pp. 323-326
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