1. The Spatial Imagination and Literary Form of Conrad's Colonial Fictions
  2. Janice Ho
  3. pp. 1-19
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  1. Slavery and Racism in Joseph Conrad's Eastern World
  2. Gene M. Moore
  3. pp. 20-38
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  1. Disorienting Modernism: National Boundaries and the Cosmopolis
  2. Celena E. Kusch
  3. pp. 39-60
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  1. The Sun Also Rises in Queer Black Harlem: Hemingway and McKay's Modernist Intertext
  2. Gary Edward Holcomb
  3. pp. 61-81
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  1. Surviving the Taint of Plagiarism: Nella Larsen's "Sanctuary" and Sheila Kaye-Smith's "Mrs. Adis"
  2. Kelli A. Larson
  3. pp. 82-104
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  1. Nâzim Hikmet's Modernism of Development
  2. Marian Aguiar
  3. pp. 105-121
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  1. "Extraordinarily Convenient Neighbors": African-American Characters in White-Authored Post-Atomic Novels
  2. Jacqueline Foertsch
  3. pp. 122-138
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  1. The Black Flâneuse : Gwendolyn Brooks's "In the Mecca"
  2. Kirsten Bartholomew Ortega
  3. pp. 139-155
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  1. Projections of America: Negotiating Boundaries of State and Self
  2. Tara Needham
  3. pp. 156-161
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  1. Finding Faulkner: Man and Legend
  2. Jessica Lucero
  3. pp. 162-166
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 167-168
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