Volume 62, Number 1, Spring 2016

Table of Contents

Articles

  Better Travel Through Brand Names: The Couture Grand Tour in Paris Is a Woman’s Town and Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

pp. 1-24
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  “Under Four Eyes” (Unter Vier Augen): Ford Madox Ford, Propaganda, and the Politics of Translation

pp. 25-52
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  To Drag Out a Rough Poetry: Colin MacInnes and the New Brutalism in Postwar Britain

pp. 53-69
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  Call and Answer: Muriel Spark and Media Culture

pp. 70-91
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  “Turning Out” Possessive Individualism: Freedom and Belonging in Samuel R. Delany’s The Mad Man

pp. 92-114
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  Sounding Ecologies in Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things

pp. 115-135
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  Collision, Illinois: David Foster Wallace and the Value of Insurance

pp. 136-156
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Book Reviews

  America Is Elsewhere: The Noir Tradition in the Age of Consumer Culture by Erik Dussere (review)

pp. 158-161
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  Plotting Justice: Narrative Ethics and Literary Culture After 9/11 by Georgiana Banita (review)

pp. 162-164
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  Gravity’s Rainbow Domination and Freedom by Luc Herman, Steven Weisenburger (review)

pp. 164-167
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  When Sex Changed: Birth Control Politics and Literature Between the World Wars by Layne Parish Craig (review)

pp. 168-170
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  The Grotesque in Contemporary British Fiction by Robert Duggan by Robert Duggan (review)

pp. 171-173
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  The Signifying Eye: Seeing Faulkner’s Art by Candace Waid (review)

pp. 174-176
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  Obscene Modernism: Literary Censorship and Experiment 1900–1940 by Rachel Potter (review)

pp. 176-179
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  Consciousness in Modernist Fiction: A Stylistic Study by Violeta Sotirova (review)

pp. 179-181
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  Cold Modernism: Literature, Fashion, Art by Jessica Burstein (review)

pp. 182-185
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  Commonwealth of Letters: British Literary Culture and the Emergence of Postcolonial Aesthetics by Peter J. Kalliney (review)

pp. 185-188
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  Contributors

pp. 189-190
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