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  31.3, Summer 2004

Table of Contents

From: College Literature

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A "Girlboy's" Own Story: Non-Masculine Narrativity In Ma Vie en Rose

pp. 1-26
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Constrained in Liberation: Performative Queerness in Robert McAlmon's Berlin Stories

pp. 27-42
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"I salute the spirit of my communities": Autoethnographic Innovations in Hmong American Literature

pp. 43-69
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"Remember Wounded Knee": AIM's Use of Metonymy in 21st Century Protest

pp. 70-91
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Special Focus Section: New Approaches to the 18th Century

Introduction: New Approaches to the Eighteenth Century

pp. 93-101
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Provoking the Ancients: Classical Learning and Imitation in Fielding and Collier

pp. 102-122
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Ecocriticism and the Long Eighteenth Century

pp. 123-147
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Historicizing Communities of Reading in the Long Eighteenth Century: A Report from the Classroom

pp. 148-156
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Re-reading Reading in Eighteenth-Century Literary Criticism

pp. 157-178
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Rowe's Shakespear (1709) and the Tonson House Style

pp. 179-205
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Review Essays

Different Shades of Green

pp. 207-212
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Book Reviews

Splitting the Baby: The Culture of Abortion in Literature and Law, Rhetoric and Cartoons (review)

pp. 214-216
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Virtual Americas: Transnational Fictions and the Transatlantic Imaginary (review)

pp. 216-218
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Appendix

Books Received: January 16, 2004 to April 15, 2004

pp. 220-224
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Research Areas

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