restricted access   Volume 23, Number 2, April 2016

Table of Contents

Articles

Allied Antigone: Jean Anouilh in America and England

pp. 277-295
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Seven Pillars of Wisdom, the Queer Times of Revolt, and Modernist Form

pp. 297-318
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Re-Reading the Arab Darwin: The Lewis Affair and Naguib Mahfouz’s Palace of Desire

pp. 319-340
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“Never twice the same”: Fantômas’s Early Seriality

pp. 341-363
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Manifestations of the Novel: Genealogy and the Sculptural Imperative in F.T. Marinetti’s Mafarka le futuriste

pp. 365-401
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Mexican Modernity, Science Magazines, and Scientific Personality: Santiago Sierra’s El Mundo Científico (1877–78)

pp. 403-421
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Modernism and the Medicalization of Sunlight: D. H. Lawrence, Katherine Mansfield, and the Sun Cure

pp. 423-441
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Norman Holmes Pearson, Canon-Maker

pp. 443-462
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Gallery Review

Joseph Cornell: Wanderlust, and: Joseph Cornell: Wanderlust by Sarah Lea et al. (review)

pp. 463-466
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Book Reviews

Miniature Metropolis: Literature in an Age of Photography and Film by Andreas Huyssen (review)

pp. 467-469
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The Extinct Scene: Late Modernism and Everyday Life by Thomas S. Davis (review)

pp. 469-471
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Modernist Fiction and Vagueness: Philosophy, Form, and Language by Megan Quigley (review)

pp. 472-473
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Destruction Was My Beatrice: Dada and the Unmaking of the Twentieth Century by Jed Rasula (review)

pp. 473-475
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Spoiled Distinctions: Aesthetics and the Ordinary in French Modernism by Hannah Freed-Thall (review)

pp. 476-478
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Modernism: Keywords ed. by Melba Cuddy-Keane, Adam Hammond, Alexandra Peat (review)

pp. 478-480
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Reading and the First World War: Readers, Texts, Archives ed. by Shafquat Towheed, Edmund King (review)

pp. 480-482
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British Writers and the Approach of World War II by Steve Ellis (review)

pp. 482-484
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Contemporary Olson ed. by David Herd (review)

pp. 484-486
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Visionary Philology: Geoffrey Hill and the Study of Words by Matthew Sperling (review)

pp. 486-488
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Imagining New York City: Literature, Urbanism, and the Visual Arts, 1890–1940 by Christoph Lindner (review)

pp. 488-490
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