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  • Index to Volume 48 of Criticism (2006)

Vol. 48, no. 1, pp. 7–142
Vol. 48, no. 2, pp. 149–290
Vol. 48, no. 3, pp. 297–426
Vol. 48, no. 4, pp. 433–556


Bourassa, Alan Riders of the Virtual Sage: Zane Grey, Cormac McCarthy, and the Transformation of the Popular Western 433

Brantlinger, Patrick and Richard Higgins Waste and Value: Thorstein Veblen and H. G. Wells 453

Brinkema, Eugenie A Title Does Not Ask, but Demands That You Make a Choice: On the Otherwise Films of Bruce LaBruce 95

Brookes, Kristen G. A Feminine "Writing that Conquers": Elizabethan Encounters with the New World 227

Brown, Sylvia A. Scripting Wholeness in Lucy Grealy's Autobiography of a Face 297

Diephouse, Dan The Economic Impulse in Robert Frost 477

Frank, Adam Medium Poe 149

Halliday, Sam Helen Keller, Henry James, and the Social Relations of Perception 175

Mahoney, Kristin Haunted Collections: Vernon Lee and Ethical Consumption 39

Mattison, Andrew "Keep Your Measures": Herrick, Herbert, and the Resistance to Music 323

Meehan, Sean Ross Pencil of Nature: Thoreau's Photographic Register 7

Netzley, Ryan Reading Events: The Value of Reading and the Possibilities of Political Action and Criticism in Samson Agonistes 509

Nickels, Joel Anti-Egoism and Collective Life: Allegories of Agency in Wyndham Lewis's Enemy of the Stars 347

Perry, Curtis The Uneasy Republicanism of Thomas Kyd's Cornelia 535 [End Page 557]

Rutkoski, Marie "Arm the minds of infants": Interpreting Childhood in Titus Andronicus 203

Sonstegard, Adam Performing Remediation: The Minstrel, The Camera, and The Octoroon 375

Vials, Chris Whose Dixie? Erskine Caldwell's Challenge to Gone with the Wind and Dialectical Realism 69

Vogel, Shane Closing Time: Langston Hughes and the Queer Poetics of Harlem Nightlife 397

Reviews and Review Essays

Anderson, Amanda Reply to My Critic(s) 281

DiGangi, Mario Queer Theory, Historicism, and Early Modern Sexualities 129

Probyn, Elspeth Critical Attachment: At Home in the In-between 273

Robbins, Bruce On Amanda Anderson's The Way We Argue Now 265



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