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  Volume 119, Number 5, December 2004 (Comparative Literature Issue)

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What Does It Mean to Count? W. G. Sebald's The Emigrants

pp. 905-929

Odysseus' Bed and Cleopatra's Mattress (69)

pp. 930-948

Martin and the Ghosts of the Papacy: Don Quijote 1.19 between Sulpicius Severus and Thomas Hobbes

pp. 949-978

Henry James and Augustine on Still Life

pp. 979-993

Cioran's Insomnia

pp. 994-1012

The Night of the Poet: Baudelaire, Benjamin, and the Woman in the Street

pp. 1013-1032

The Case of Antonin Artaud and the Possibility of Comparative (Religion) Literature

pp. 1033-1057

Charriere's Untimely Realism: Aesthetic Representation and Literary Pedagogy in Lettres de Lausanne and La Princesse de Cleves

pp. 1058-1082


The Cobbler and the Tribunes in Julius Caesar

pp. 1083-1089

Essay Review

Tracing the Photogram

pp. 1090-1097


The Juridical Unconscious: Trials and Traumas in the Twentieth Century (review)

pp. 1098-1103

The Mahabharata, volume 7 (review)

pp. 1103-1106

The Aesthetics of Chaos: Nonlinear Thinking and Contemporary Literary Criticism (review)

pp. 1106-1110

Nicolas Gomez Davila: Parteiganger verlorener Sachen (review)

pp. 1110-1115

The Cult of Art in Nazi Germany (review)

pp. 1115-1120

Joe Hill: The IWW and the Making of a Revolutionary Workingclass Counterculture (review)

pp. 1120-1124

Mithridates im Paradies. Kleine Geschichte des Sprachdenkens (review)

pp. 1124-1128

Brief Notices

Brief Notices

pp. 1129-1133

In Memoriam: Jacques Derrida

p. 1134

Incipitque Semper

pp. 1135-1136

In Memoriam: Bianca Theisen (April 26, 1960-November 16, 2004)

p. 1137

Books Received

Books Received: 2004

pp. 1138-1144


INDEX: MLN Volume 119 (2004)

pp. 1145-1150

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