restricted access   Volume 44, Issue 3, Septembre 2017

Table of Contents

Introduction: Literary Texts and Contexts: Comparing the World and the World of Comparison

pp. 363-377
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Thoughts That Do Lie Too Deep for Tears: Comparative Literature Versus World Literature

pp. 378-396
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The Three Futures of World Literature

pp. 397-406
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What Is Left of Comparative Literature and World Literature? Notes on International Literature, Its Concrete Universality and Enigmacity

pp. 407-419
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Comparative Literature: Can This Marriage Be Saved?

pp. 420-435
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Worlding Comparative Literature: Beyond Postcolonialism

pp. 436-448
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Aesthetic Imaginary: Rethinking the "Comparative"

pp. 449-467
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The Location of World Literature

pp. 468-481
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Texts and Images in a National, Comparative, and World Context

pp. 482-500
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World Poetry, without Baedeker: The Very Idea

pp. 501-509
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Personal Geographies and Liminal Identities in Three Early Modern Women's Life Writings about War

pp. 510-521
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"Love for the World": Shakespeare, National Literature, and Weltliteratur

pp. 522-536
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Shakespeare's Global Weirding: Macbeth's Posting of "Anthropos," Cinematization, and the Era of Extinction

pp. 537-552
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Articulations in Translation at the Intersection of World Literature and Popular Culture: Film and TV Adaptations of Ishiguro's Never Let Me Go

pp. 553-564
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Vision and Self-Consciousness in The Picture of Dorian Gray

pp. 565-578
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Time Has Begun: Hu Feng's Poesis in Socialist China, 1937-50

pp. 579-593
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Literature, History, and Narrative: A New Historicist Reading of Yan Geling's "Celestial Bath"

pp. 594-606
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National Self-Critique Prompted by Immersion in (An)Other Culture: Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson, Xu Zhimo, and Pearl Buck

pp. 607-619
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