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Books Received:
Dawn Ades, editor. The DADA Reader: A Critical Anthology. Chicago: U Chicago P, 2006.
Angela Aleiss. Making the White Man's Indian: Native Americans and Hollywood Movies. Westport: Praeger, 2005.
Robert Appelbaum. Aguecheek's Beef, Belch's Hiccup, and Other Gastronomic Interjections: Literature, Culture, and Food Among the Early Moderns. Chicago: U Chicago P, 2006.
Oliver Arnold. The Third Citizen: Shakespeare's Theater and the Early Modern House of Commons. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 2006.
Erich Auerbach. Philologie der Weltliteratur / Filologia della letteratura mondiale. Bilingual ed. Trans. Regina Engelmann; intro. Enrica Salvaneschi & Silvio Endrighi. Castel Maggiore: Book Editore, 2006.
Mieke Bal. A Mieke Bal Reader. Chicago: U Chicago P, 2006.
Alan Bass. Interpretation and Difference: The Strangeness of Cure. Stanford: Stanford UP, 2006.
Walter Benjamin. Berlin Childhood around 1900. Trans. Howard Eiland. Cambridge: Harvard UP, 2006.
Walter Benjamin. On Hashish. Trans. Howard Eiland. Cambridge: Harvard UP, 2006.
Susan Bernofsky. Foreign Words: Translator-Authors in the Age of Goethe. Detroit: Wayne State UP, 2006.
J. M. Bernstein. Against Voluptuous Bodies: Late Modernism and the Meaning of Painting. Stanford: Stanford UP, 2006.
Ernst Bloch. Traces. Trans. Anthony Nassar. Stanford: Stanford UP, 2006.
Wayne C. Booth. The Essential Wayne Booth. Ed. Walter Jost. Chicago: U Chicago P, 2006.
Ronald A. Bosco & Joel Myerson, editors. Emerson Bicentennial Essays. Charlottesville: U Virginia P, 2006.
Carol Mastrangelo Bové. Language and Politics in Julia Kristeva: Literature, Art, Therapy. Albany: SUNY, 2006.
Jana A. Brill. Oral Traditions: When Did the French Stop Speaking Latin? Lanham: UPA, 2006.
Matthew S. Buckley. Tragedy Walks the Streets: The French Revolution in the Making of Modern Drama. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 2006.
Patrick W. Caddeau. Appraising Genji: Literary Criticism and Cultural Anxiety in the Age of the Last Samurai. Albany: SUNY, 2006. [End Page 1308]
Julie A. Carlson. England's First Family of Writers: Mary Wollstonecraft, William Godwin, Mary Shelley. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 2006.
Stanley Cavell. Philosophy the Day after Tomorrow. Cambridge: Harvard UP, 2005.
Mary Ann Caws. Surprised in Translation. Chicago: U Chicago P, 2006.
Christopher S. Celenza. The Lost Italian Renaissance: Humanists, Historians, and Latin's Legacy. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 2006.
Leon Chai. Romantic Theory: Forms of Reflexivity in the Revolutionary Era. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 2006.
Christine E. Coffman. Insane Passions: Lesbianism and Psychosis in Literature and Film. Middletown: Wesleyan UP, 2006.
Barbara Cohen & Dragan Kujundzic, editors. Provocations to Reading: J. Hillis Miller and the Democracy to Come. New York: Fordham UP, 2005.
Rey Chow. The Age of the World Target: Self-Referentiality in War, Theory, and Comparative Work. Durham: Duke UP, 2006.
Jonathan Culler. The Literary in Theory. Stanford: Stanford UP, 2006.
D. N. DeLuna, editor. The Political Imagination in History: Essays Concerning J. G. A. Pocock. Baltimore: Owlworks, 2006.
Jacques Derrida. H. C. for Life, That Is to Say . . . . Trans. Laurent Milesi & Stefan Herbrechter. Stanford: Stanford UP, 2006.
Hent de Vries. Minimal Theologies: Critiques of Secular Reason in Adorno & Levinas. Trans. Geoffrey Hale. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 2005.
Thomas Docherty. Aesthetic Democracy. Stanford: Stanford UP, 2006.
William Egginton. Perversity and Ethics. Stanford: Stanford UP, 2006.
Helen Reueiro Elam & Frances Ferguson, editors. The Wordsworthian Enlightenment: Romantic Poetry and the Ecology of Reading. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 2005.
John Farrell. Paranoia and Modernity: Cervantes to Rousseau. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 2006.
Anne E. Fernald. Virginia Woolf: Feminism and the Reader. New York: Palgrave, 2006.
Lynn Festa. Sentimental Figures of Empire in Eighteenth-Century Britain and France. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 2005.
Syd Field. The Screenwriter's Workbook. Revised ed. New York: Delta, 2006.
Moderata Fonte (Modesta Pozzo). Floridoro: A Chivalric Romance. Trans. Julia Kisacky; intro. Valeria Finucci. Chicago: U Chicago P, 2006.
Harry Frankfurt. Taking Ourselves Seriously and Getting It Right. Stanford: Stanford UP, 2006.
Elaine Freedgood. The Ideas in Things: Fugitive Meanings in the Victorian Novel. Chicago: U Chicago P, 2006.
Patricia Fumerton. Unsettled: The Culture of Mobility and the Working Poor in Early Modern England. Chicago: U Chicago P, 2006.
Rachel Gabara. From Split to Screened Selves: French and Francophone Autobiography in the Third Person. Stanford: Stanford UP, 2006. [End Page...


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