1. Literary Arendt: The Right to Political Allegory
  2. Munia Bhaumik
  3. pp. 11-34
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  1. Ruin Lust and Totalitarian Remnants
  2. Yelizaveta Goldfarb Moss
  3. pp. 35-67
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  1. Memory Heroics: Ethos Daimon
  2. Alberto Moreiras
  3. pp. 68-85
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  1. The Object of Allegory (A Polemic)
  2. Jacques Lezra
  3. pp. 86-101
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  1. Allegory and Impasse: Revolutionary History and Revolutionary Modernity in Marx and Engels
  2. Deborah Elise White
  3. pp. 102-129
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  1. Bakhtin and Gogol, or, The Question of Allegory and the Politics of Carnival
  2. Matthew Walker
  3. pp. 130-155
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  1. Beyond Jameson: The Metapolitics of Allegory
  2. Erin Graff Zivin
  3. pp. 156-173
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  1. The Allegorical Machine: Politics, History, and Memory in Horacio Castellanos Moya’s El sueño del retorno
  2. Patrick Dove
  3. pp. 174-201
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  1. “God is God”: Essay on the Violence of Tautological Propositions
  2. Stanislas Breton
  3. pp. 203-211
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  1. «Dieu est Dieu» : Essai sur la violence des propositions tautologiques
  2. Stanislas Breton, Jacques Lezra
  3. pp. 212-217
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  1. Fictions of the Return
  2. Daniel Heller-Roazen
  3. pp. 218-234
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  1. Radical Empiricism Revisited
  2. Joshua Kates
  3. pp. 235-285
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  1. Political Fiction, Ancient and Modern: From David’s Court to Fabrice’s Charterhouse
  2. Robert Alter
  3. pp. 287-302
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  1. Political Fiction, Anonymous and Pseudonymous (A Response to Robert Alter)
  2. Herbert Marks
  3. pp. 303-314
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  1. Response to Robert Alter, “Political Fiction”
  2. Michael Wood
  3. pp. 315-318
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  1. “Dialogue in Monologue”: Addressing Darwish in Hebrew
  2. Yael Kenan
  3. pp. 320-327
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  1. Chamoiseau’s Literary Creolization: The Stylistic Potential of a Vernacular
  2. Mandy Mazur
  3. pp. 328-335
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  1. Introduction: Allegory and Political Representation
  2. Tara Mendola, Jacques Lezra
  3. pp. 1-9
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