Volume 34, Number 3, Summer 2003

Table of Contents

From: New Literary History

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Introduction: Notes Toward a Generic Reconstitution of Literary Study

pp. v-xvi
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Classical Genre in Theory and Practice

pp. 383-408
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The Aphorism: Fragments from the Breakdown of Reason

pp. 409-429
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Morus: The Generic Window

pp. 431-451
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Mauvais Genres

pp. 452-479
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Traveling Genres

pp. 481-499
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Questions of Genre in Early Nineteenth-Century French Painting

pp. 501-511
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Genres of Work: The Folktale and Silas Marner

pp. 513-533
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Herbert Horne's Diversi Colores (1891): Incarnating the Religion of Beauty

pp. 535-552
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Maximal Tensions and Minimal Conditions: Tynianov as Genre Theorist

pp. 553-563
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The Ode as an Oratorical Genre

pp. 565-596
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Anomalies of Genre: The Utility of Theory and History for the Study of Literary Genres

pp. 597-615
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Contributors

pp. 617-618
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Books Received

pp. 619-621
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