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Volume 33, Number 1, Fall 2009

Table of Contents

Editor's Introduction: Alternative Modernity

p. v

Call for Papers: Modernism in 1911

p. v

"Green by this Time Tomorrow!": Knut Hamsun's Alternative Modernity

pp. 1-27

The Uses of Authenticity: Hemingway and the Literary Field, 1926–1936

pp. 28-42

The History of Love, the Contemporary Reader, and the Transmission of Holocaust Memory

pp. 43-56

Maps of the World in Its Becoming: Post-Apocalyptic Naming in Cormac McCarthy's The Road

pp. 57-74

Bottomless Surfaces: Saul Bellow's "Refreshed Phrenology"

pp. 75-91

Seductive Lines: The Use of Horizontal Bars by Josipovici and Coetzee, and the Art of Seduction

pp. 92-101

Blind Noise and Deaf Visions: Henry Green's Caught, Synaesthesia and the Blitz

pp. 102-116

Disturbing the Silence: Sound Imagery in Conrad's The Secret Agent

pp. 117-131

Developing an Ear for the Modernist Novel: Virginia Woolf, Dorothy Richardson and James Joyce

pp. 132-153

The Lyric's Shifting Voices

pp. 154-158

Snapshots of the Impossible: The Image as Critique

pp. 159-163

The Politics and Aesthetics of Disability: A Review of Michael Davidson's Concerto for the Left Hand: Disability and the Defamiliar Body

pp. 164-170

Notes on Contributors

pp. 171-173

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