Volume 39, Number 2, Fall 2015

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Stevens and the Cognitive Turn in Literary Studies

Edited by Natalie Gerber and Nicholas Myklebust

Introduction

Stevens and the Cognitive Turn

pp. 137-141
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Essays

“Bergamo on a Postcard”; or, A Critical History of Cognitive Poetics

pp. 142-156
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Aesthetics and Impossible Embodiment: Stevens, Imagery, and Disorientation

pp. 157-181
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A Mirror on the Mind: Stevens, Chiasmus, and Autism Spectrum Disorder

pp. 182-206
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“The Eye’s Plain Version”: Visual Anatomy and Theories of Perception in Stevens

pp. 207-232
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Acoustic Confusion and Medleyed Sound: Stevens’ Recurrent Pairings

pp. 233-248
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Poems

Notes Post-Crisis

p. 249
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Homage to Stevens

p. 250
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Pale Gull

p. 251
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Poetry

p. 252
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Roots Below

p. 253
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Hartford Was Seen under a Black Street Lamp, and: Stevens Walked a Yard Goat Back to the Woods, and: How Stevens Met Crane on a Covered Bridge

pp. 254-256
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Fictive Music

p. 257
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Reviews

The Anatomy of Bloom: Harold Bloom and the Study of Influence and Anxiety by Alistair Heys (review)

pp. 258-262
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The Cambridge History of American Poetry ed. by Alfred Bendixen and Stephen Burt (review)

pp. 262-264
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Yeats and Modern Poetry by Edna Longley (review)

pp. 264-266
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Affirmation of Poetry by Judith Balso (review)

pp. 266-268
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The Vagabond Spirit of Poetry by Edward Clarke (review)

pp. 268-269
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Survey Review of a Year’s Essays on Stevens (review)

pp. 270-278
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News and Comments

pp. 279-281
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