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INDEX TO VOLUME 49 OF CRITICISM (2007) Vol. 49, no. 1, pp. 7–118 Vol. 49, no. 2, pp. 125–247 Vol. 49, no. 3, pp. 255–420+ Vol. 49, no. 4, pp. 429–563 A R T I C L E S CHESNEY, DUNCAN MCCOLL Toward an Ethics of Silence: Michael K 307 EIDE, MARIAN Witnessing and Trophy Hunting: Writing Violence from the Great War Trenches 85 ELLIOTT, MICHAEL A. Other Times: Herman Melville, Lewis Henry Morgan, and Ethnographic Writing in the Antebellum United States 481 EVANS, BRAD Introduction: Rethinking the Disciplinary Confluence of Anthropology and Literary Studies 429 GARRETT, JULIA M. Dramatizing Deviance: Sociological Theory and The Witch of Edmonton 327 GREENBURG, BRADLEY T. S. Eliot’s Impudence: Hamlet, Objective Correlative, and Formulation 215 HASRATIAN, AVAK The Death of Difference in Light in August 55 HEGEMAN, SUSAN By Any Other Name: Response to Vincent Pecora 535 KAMBASKOVIC-SAWERS, DANIJELA Three themes in one, which wondrous scope affords: Ambiguous Speaker and Storytelling in Shakespeare’s Sonnets 285 KAUFMAN, ELEANOR Lévi-Strauss, Deleuze, and the Joy of Abstraction 447 NOVAK, DANIEL A. Labors of Likeness: Photography and Labor in Marx’s Capital 125 NOVAK, PHILLIP The Chinatown Syndrome 255 PECORA, VINCENT P. Culture as Theater / Culture as Belief 505 REITANO, NATALIE “Our Marvelous Mortality”: Finitude in Ada, or Ardor 377 SASSOUBRE, TICIEN MARIE Avoiding Adjudication in William Faulkner’s Go Down, Moses and Intruder in the Dust 183 SINGH, AMARDEEP Reorienting Forster: Intimacy and Islamic Space 35 565  TRASK, MICHAEL In the Bathroom with Mary McCarthy: Theatricality, Deviance, and the Postwar Commitment to Realism 7 VAN OORT, RICHARD The Culture of Criticism 459 WARD, IAN The Case of Helen Huntingdon 151 R E V I E W S A N D R E V I E W E S S A Y S BERLANT, LAUREN Hard Feelings: Stephanie Brooks 407 BOLTER, JAY DAVID Digital Media and Art: Always Already Complicit? 107 KUPER, ADAM Mirror, Mirror 551 LEE, BENJAMIN Frank O’Hara and the Turn to Friendship 43 LI, VICTOR A Necessary Vigilance: A Response to Torgovnick and Kuper 557 TORGOVNICK, MARIANNA On Victor Li’s The Neo-Primitivist Turn: Critical Reflections on Alterity, Culture, and Modernity 545 566 Index ...


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