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THE CONTRIBUTORS cesare CASARiNO teaches in the Department of English at the Univetsity ofAlbany, SUNY. Some ofhis writings on literature, cinema, and politics have appeared in journals such as October, Social Text, Polygraph. He has co-edited a collection of essays on the future of Marxism (Marxism Beyond Marxism) which is forthcoming in January 1996 (Routledge). At present, he is completing a manuscript on nineteenth-century litetaty discourses of the sea. Karen M. chandler is currently writing a book on melodramatic and sentimental formulas in early twentieth-century American and African-American literature and film. Leonard j. LEFF, the author of books on Hitchcock and on the Motion Picture Production Code, recently wrote in Film Comment about the censoring of Paramount Pictures' A Farewell to Arms (1932). His essay on Stallings' dramatic adaptation of A Farewell to Arms will appear in The Hemingway Review. SALAH el moncef has written a seties of intetdisciplinary essays on modernist and postmodern literature. He is currently working on Hysterical Labor, a book-length interdisciplinary study on the symptoms and dysfunctions of media and commodity culture as they are represented in postmodern American fiction. terry p. caesar recently published on the politics of the memo in New Literary History and motherhood and postmodernism in American Literary History. His study of American travel writing, Forgiving the Boundaries, was recently published by the University of Georgia Press. ...


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