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  • Contents, Volume 69, 2013
DALE M. BAUER
Why Read E. D. E. N. Southworth? 1/1
JOHN BECKMAN
The Church of Fact: Genre Hybridity in Huckleberry Finn and Silas Lapham 3/23
DAVID BEN-MERRE
O Sing the Marbles: Typos, Losing, and the Portable Cultural Histories of James Merrill 1/119
SLADJA BLAZAN
Silencing the Dead: Washington Irving's Use of the Supernatural in the Context of Slavery and Genocide 2/1
SYDNEY BUFKIN
Contending Forces' Intellectual History: Emerson, Du Bois, and Washington at the Turn of the Century 3/77
JULIANA CHOW
Motion Studies: Vitalism in Gertrude Stein's Work 4/77
AARON DEROSA
Alterity and the Radical Other in Post-9/11 Fiction: DeLillo's Falling Man and Walter's The Zero 3/157
ELIZABETH DUQUETTE
The Office of The Dead Letter 4/25
ANITA DURKIN
James's Broken English:
Metaphors and Meaning in the Prefaces 2/55 [End Page 202]
RICHARD HARDACK
World Trade Centers and World-Wide-Webs: From Underworld to Over-Soul in Don DeLillo 1/151
JOHN HARKEY
Lattice-Glyphs: The Intensive "Small Poetry" of Susan Howe's Recent Work 4/159
JULIÁN JIMÉNEZ HEFFERNAN & PAULA MARTÍN SALVÁN
"The stricken community":
Recidivism and Restoration in American 9/11 Fiction 2/145
MARIA CRISTINA IULI
Joseph McElroy's Plus: A Novel of Wonder 2/103
STEPHEN KNADLER
Dis-abled Citizenship: Narrating the Extraordinary Body in Racial Uplift 3/99
MICHELLE KOHLER
Sending Word:
Sarah Winnemucca and the Violence of Writing 3/49
MICHAEL MILLNER
The Ends of Identity Politics and the Case of King Kong 4/111
KEVIN C. MOORE
Parting at the Windmills: Malamud's The Fixer as Historical Metafiction 1/91
TIMO MÜLLER
James Weldon Johnson and the Genteel Tradition 2/85
STEVEN NORTON
How the Other Is Not Allowed to Be:
Elision and Condensation in Avatar 2/131 [End Page 203]
VÁCLAV PARIS
The Queer Dialectic of Whitman's Nation: "Let" in "Respondez" 3/1
GEORGE POTTER
The Tramp & the Culture Industry: Adorno, Chaplin, and the Possibility of Progressive Comedy 1/73
J. JESSE RAMÍREZ
The Ghosts of Radicalisms Past: Allen Ginsberg's Old Left Nightmares 1/47
GORDON M. SAYRE
The Oxymoron of American Pastoralism 4/1
BRIAN JAMES SCHILL
Shame and the Politics of Punk Fiction 4/133
L. ASHLEY SQUIRES
The Wealthiest Man in the Empire: Ben-Hur as Model of Evangelical Political Engagement 1/23
JEROME THARAUD
The Evangelical Press, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and the Human Medium 2/25
AIDAN THOMPSON
Language and Democracy: Meaning Making as Existing in the Work of Gertrude Stein 3/129
RYAN WHITE
Pragmatism after Humanism: Peirce, Rorty, and Realism 4/59 [End Page 204]
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ISSN
1558-9595
Print ISSN
0004-1610
Pages
pp. 202-204
Launched on MUSE
2013-12-07
Open Access
No
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