Volume 40, Number 2, October 2016

Table of Contents

Articles

Trusting the Author: On Narrative Tension and the Puzzle of Audience Anxiety

pp. 325-346
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Kantian Anti-Theodicy and Job’s Sincerity

pp. 347-365
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Sade’s Ethics of Emotional Restraint: Aline et Valcour Midway between Sentimentality and Apathy

pp. 366-382
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Foucault and Kripke on the Proper Names of Authors

pp. 383-398
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Only Connect: Moral Judgment, Embodiment, and Hypocrisy in Howards End

pp. 399-414
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“Thick” Aesthetic Emotions and the Autonomy of Art

pp. 415-430
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Irony as a Way of Life: Svevo, Kierkegaard, and Psychoanalysis

pp. 431-445
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In Focus: Cavell in Words

Lateness and the Inhospitable in Stanley Cavell and Don DeLillo

pp. 446-464
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Six Scenes of Instruction in Stanley Cavell’s Little Did I Know

pp. 465-479
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Two-Part Invention: Voices from Augustine’s The Teacher and Samuel Beckett’s Endgame

pp. 480-494
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Symposium: Self-Identity

Joining the Past to the Future: The Autobiographical Self in The Things They Carried

pp. 495-510
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“I Know Who I Am”: Don Quixote, Self-Fashioning, and the Humanness of Ordinary Identity

pp. 511-525
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Narrative, Identity, and the Disunity of Life

pp. 526-548
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Notes and Fragments

Refusing Disenchantment: Romanticism, Criticism, Philosophy

pp. 549-557
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The Postmodern Split: Poetry, Theory, and the Metaphysics That Would Not Die

pp. 558-568
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Critical Discussions

A Critical Review of Derek Matravers’s Fiction and Narrative

pp. 569-578
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Coda

Oedipus the Tyrant: A View of Catharsis in Eight Sentences

pp. 579-580
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