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  Volume 36, Number 6, September/October 2015

Table of Contents

Focus: Little India

Introduction to Focus: Little India—The Provincial Life of Cosmopolitanism

pp. 3-4
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The Cosmopolitanism of Small Towns

pp. 4-5
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Provincial Self-Fashioning in Fiction—Then and Now

pp. 6-22
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Chetan Bhagat and the New Provincialism

pp. 6-22
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Chitpur Local and the Rip Van Winkles of Calcutta

pp. 7-23
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Rabindranath Tagore as the Intimate “Other”

pp. 8-23
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Longing for Artlessness

pp. 8-24
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Zoos and Provincial Intimacies

p. 9
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Book Reviews

Facebook Fictions

pp. 10-24
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A Small Place in the World

pp. 10-25
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Books as News

pp. 11-25
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A Wordless Desire

p. 12
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The Ashes of Art

p. 13
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Provincial Epic

pp. 14-26
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The Fault Lines of History

pp. 14-26
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Distilled, Delicate, and Definitive

p. 15
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Temples of pluralism

p. 16
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For the Love of Horror

p. 17
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The Analog-Digital Border

p. 18
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Taking Action Without Help

p. 19
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The Depth and Breadth of Modernism

p. 20
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Missing Letters

p. 21
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Departments

What’s in a Name?

pp. 2-28
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Scenes: Open Books Press: an interview with Jennifer Geist

p. 27
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Index: Volume 36 2014–2015

pp. 28-31
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Research Areas

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