Volume 5, Numbers 1-2, 1997

Table of Contents

From: symploke

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Special Issue: Refiguring Europe

Editor's Note

pp. 5-6
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Articles

The Debt of the Translator: An Essay on Translation and Modernism

pp. 7-26
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Rethinking Postmodern Liminality: Marginocentric Characters and Projects in Thomas Pynchon's Polysystemic Fiction

pp. 27-47
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The Fatality of Readings: De Man, Gasche, and the Future of Deconstruction

pp. 49-62
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Continuous Script: "Immanent" Theory and Its Supplement

pp. 63-72
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Between Wilderness and Civilization: Bodies, Gesture, and the Aesthetics of Representational Subtraction

pp. 73-94
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Special Issue: Refiguring Europe

Escaping Monstrosity: On Disfiguring and Refiguring Europe

pp. 95-98
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Minor Writing and Minor Literature

pp. 99-118
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Theorizing the European Periphery

pp. 119-135
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The Treachery of Art: This is Not Belgium

pp. 137-152
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Icelandic Resettlements

pp. 153-166
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Is the Minor Essential?: Contemporary Portuguese Fiction and Questions of Identity

pp. 167-182
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Double Marginality or/as Double Indemnity?: "Europe" in the Prose of Polish Women Writers

pp. 183-205
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Still Beyond the Pale: Hungarian Emigre Writing After the Collapse of Communism

pp. 206-220
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Environments of Change: Building the New Berlin For the New Millennium

pp. 222-231
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Reviews

The Tide of Second-Wave Whiteness

pp. 232-235
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International Postmodernism: Global Mode and Local Moods

pp. 236-239
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Book Notes

Selling 'Em by the Sack: White Castle and the Creation of American Food (review)

pp. 240-241
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The End of the World As We Know It: Faith, Fatalism, and Apocalypse in America (review)

pp. 241-242
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Notes on Contributors

Notes on Contributors

p. 255
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