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Volume 37, Number 3, Spring 2014

Table of Contents


Editor’s Introduction: Wars

pp. v-vi

Model Citizens and Millenarian Subjects: Vorticism, Suffrage, and London’s Great Unrest

pp. 1-17

Clouds and Power: May Sinclair’s War

pp. 18-35

Communicating Trauma: Pat Barker’s Regeneration Trilogy and W.H.R. Rivers’s Psychoanalytic Method

pp. 36-55

The Return of the Soldier and Re-Appropriated Memories

pp. 56-73

Early Resistance to Fascism in Eugène lonesco’s Interwar Romanian Journalism

pp. 74-91

The Archaeology of Postwar Childhood in Rose Macaulay’s The World My Wilderness

pp. 92-110

Georges Perec, Lost and Found in the Void: The Memoirs of an Indirect Witness

pp. 111-126

How to Write Poetry after Auschwitz: The Burnt Book of Michael Palmer

pp. 127-145

“Wafts of what conspired”: Seamus Heaney’s District and Circle and the Holocaust

pp. 146-160

Ethics in the Wake of the Image: The Post-9/11 Fiction of DeLillo, Auster, and Foer

pp. 161-176

Home, Land, Security: Lorrie Moore’s A Gate at the Stairs as a 9/11 Novel

pp. 177-190

Notes on Contributors

pp. 191-192

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