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  • Coming in: Contemporary Literature

Vol. 51, No. 1, Spring 2010

"An Interview with Ha Jin," conducted by Jerry A. Varsava

"In a State without State: Jean Said Makdisi's Beirut Fragments as a Thought Experiment in Public Sphere Disintegration," by Robin Truth Goodman

"'A Champion of Mixtures': Difference and Global Literature in Pauline Melville's Shape-Shifter," by Jim Hannan

"'Enough Defined': Disability, Ecopoetics, and Larry Eigner," by George Hart

"'A Presence Almost Everywhere': Responsibility at Risk in Don DeLillo's The Names," by Heather M. Houser

"This Monstrous City: Urban Visionary Satire in the Fiction of Martin Amis, Will Self, China Miéville, and Maggie Gee," by Magdalena Maczynska

Reviews by Richard Begam, David James, Krista Kauffmann, and V. Nicholas LoLordo [End Page 842]



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