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Volume 50, Number 2, 2013

Table of Contents

Introduction: Promoting the Study of Modern Literatures Worldwide: The MLA and Its Conventions

pp. 191-198

Comparing Modern Literatures Worldwide: The Transamerican View

pp. 199-203

Literary History in Transnational Mode: The Challenges of Writing a History of East-Central European Literatures

pp. 204-210

Lusophonia vs. Lusutopia, MLA vs. MTA

pp. 211-218

Languages, Literatures, Pedagogies: The MLA, Africa, and Diaspora Studies

pp. 219-227

Middle Kingdom on the Margins: The Perilous Journey of Chinese into the MLA and Other radical Ruminations

pp. 228-235

Imagining Otherwise: Comparative South Asian Literatures and the MLA

pp. 236-243

Articles

The Poet as Translator: Mary Wortley Montagu Approaches the Turkish Lyric

pp. 244-261

Seamus Heaney, Zbigniew Herbert, and the Moral Imperative

pp. 262-287

The "Nazi Detective" as Provider of Justice in Post-1990 British and German Crime Fiction: Philip Kerr's The Pale Criminal, Robert Harris's Fatherland, and Richard Birkefeld and Göran Hachmeister's Wer übrig bleibt, hat recht

pp. 288-313

Bibliography and National Canons: Women Writers in France, England, Germany, and Russia (1800-2010)

pp. 314-341

Forum on J. Hillis Miller

Reading for Our Time: "Adam Bede" and "Middlemarch" Revisited by J. Hillis Miller, and: The Conflagration of Community: Literature Before and After Auschwitz by J. Hillis Miller, and: The Medium Is the Maker: Browning, Freud, Derrida and the New Telepathic Ecotechnologies by J. Hillis Miller (review)

pp. 342-350

J. Hillis Miller and the Possibilities of Reading: Literature After Deconstruction by Éamonn Dunne (review)

pp. 350-353

The First Sail: J. Hillis Miller by Dragan Kujundžić (review)

pp. 353-358

Response by J. Hillis Miller

pp. 358-363

Book Reviews

Literature for Europe? by Theo D'haen and Iannis Goerlandt (review)

pp. 364-367

Transitional Nabokov by Will Norman and Duncan White (review)

pp. 367-370

The International Reception of Emily Dickinson by Domhnall Mitchell and Maria Stuart (review)

pp. 371-373

Mock-Epic Poetry from Pope to Heine by Ritchie Robertson (review)

pp. 373-375

Remembering Cosmopolitan Egypt: Literature, Culture and Empire by Deborah Starr (review)

pp. 375-378

Conributors

Contributors

pp. 379-384

Research Areas

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