restricted access   Volume 41, Number 2, October 2017

Table of Contents

Articles

Strangers in a Strange Land: Wittgenstein, Flies, Us Too

pp. 233-249
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Apollo’s Deception: The Will to Beauty and The Broken Heart

pp. 250-263
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The Role of the Arts in Male Courtship Display: Billy Collins’s “Serenade”

pp. 264-271
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Evolution and Literary Studies: Time to Evolve

pp. 272-289
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Communion, Not Consilience: Protecting the Future of Interdisciplinary Literary Study

pp. 290-303
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Symposium: Aspects of Poetry

The Poetry Machine: How the Alexandrian Avant-Garde Created a Library

pp. 304-318
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“Horn-Handed and Pig-Headed”: British Reception of The Poets and Poetry of America

pp. 319-337
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“After Great Pain”: The Epistemology of the Grave according to Emily Dickinson

pp. 338-359
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“All the Shadows / Whisper of the Sun”: Carnevali’s Whitmanesque Simplicity

pp. 360-374
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Poems as Reportive Avowals

pp. 375-391
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“Who Has Not Wak’d” : Mary Robinson and Cartesian Poetry

pp. 392-399
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In Focus: The Exact Word

How Can Each Word Be Irreplaceable?: Is Coleridge’s Claim Absurd?

pp. 400-415
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The Consequences of Particularity

pp. 416-430
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Lines of Thought

Literature and Empathy

pp. 431-464
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Reconsiderations

The Most Overrated Article of All Time?

pp. 465-470
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Coda

Philosophy and Literature: Problems of a Philosophical Subdiscipline

pp. 471-482
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