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  Volume 130, Number 5, December 2015 (Comparative Literature Issue)

Table of Contents

Practices of the Ordinary

Prefatory Note

pp. v-vi

Perfectionist Returns to the Ordinary

pp. 1023-1039

The Ordinary, Romanticism, and Democracy

pp. 1040-1054

The Fragility of Words, the Vulnerability of Life

pp. 1055-1066

The Ordinariness and Absence of the World: Cavell’s Ontology of the Screen—Reading The World Viewed

pp. 1067-1099


Our Toil Respite Only: Woolf, Diamond, and the Difficulty of Reality*

pp. 1100-1129

Reading in Dante and Proust

pp. 1130-1149

Chronometrics in the Modern Metropolis: The City, the Past and Collective Memory in A.H.Tanpınar

pp. 1150-1178

Brother, Sister, Monster: Resonance and the Exposed Body in Antigone and The Metamorphosis

pp. 1179-1197

Intra-active Transculturality*

pp. 1198-1220

Historical Report

Nothing Fails like Success Poetics and Hermeneutics—A Postwar Initiative by Hans Blumenberg*

pp. 1221-1241


The Reject: Community, Politics, and Religion after the Subject by Irving Goh (review)

pp. 1242-1247

Regines gåde. Historien on Kierkegaards forlovede og Schlegels hustru by Joakim Garff (review)

pp. 1247-1250

Modernism and Melancholia: Writing as Countermourning by Sanja Bahun (review)

pp. 1250-1255

Modernist Fiction and Vagueness: Philosophy, Form, and Language by Megan Quigley (review)

pp. 1255-1258

Optical Play: Glass, Vision, and Spectacle in Russian Culture by Julia Bekman Chadaga (review)

pp. 1258-1262

Formative Fictions: Nationalism, Cosmopolitanism, and the Bildungsroman by Tobias Boes (review)

pp. 1262-1266

Flirtations. Rhetoric and Aesthetics This Side of Seduction ed. by Daniel Hoffman-Schwartz, Barbara Natalie Nagel, and Lauren Shizuko Stone (review)

pp. 1266-1269

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