restricted access   Volume 39, Number 1A, September 2015

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Ethical Criticism in Practice

Introduction: On the Ground of Ethical Criticism

pp. v-vi

I: Fictional Worlds, Real Life

Fictional Objects, Future Objectives: Why Existence Matters Less Than You Think

pp. A1-A15

Closed Drawers and Hidden Faces: Arendt’s Kantian Defense of Fictional Worlds

pp. A16-A31

The Style Of Materialist Skepticism: Diderot’s Jacques le Fataliste

pp. A32-A48

II: Ways of Living, Ways of Being

Musil on Ethics and Aesthetics: Essayism As A Way of Living

pp. A49-A65

The Categorical and the Everyday: On Coetzee, Murdoch, and Cavell and the Presence of Philosophy in Novels

pp. A66-A82

Hermione’s Sophism: Ordinariness and Theatricality in The Winter’s Tale

pp. A83-A105

III: The Sense of Self

On Making Sense of Oneself: Reflections on Julian Barnes’s The Sense of an Ending

pp. A106-A121

Aesthetics as Investigation of Self, Subject, and Ethical Agency in Postwar Trauma in Kawabata’s The Sound of the Mountain

pp. A122-A141

“Great or Small, You Furnish Your Parts toward the Soul”: Walt Whitman’s “Crossing Brooklyn Ferry”

pp. A142-A155

IV: Understanding Moral Psychology: Three Case Studies

Salinger’s World of Adolescent Disillusion

pp. A156-A177

Who Killed Arnold Baffin?: Iris Murdoch and Philosophy by Literature

pp. A178-A194

On Being Tough-Minded: Sense and Sensibility and the Moral Psychology of “Helping”

pp. A195-A211

V: Holocaust, Representation, Forms of Remembrance

Nihilism in Samuel Beckett’s The Lost Ones: A Tale for Holocaust Remembrance

pp. A212-A233

The Generalization of Holocaust Denial: Meyer Levin, William James, and the Broadway Production of The Diary of Anne Frank

pp. A234-A248

Antigone after Auschwitz

pp. A249-A259

VI: Articulations of Evil

Faulkner the Stoic: Honor, Evil, and the Snopeses in the Snopes Trilogy

pp. A260-A279

Kant, Schopenhauer, Saul Bellow: Evil in Mr. Sammler’s Planet

pp. A280-A316

Blake’s Visions

pp. A317-A325