1. Editor’s Introduction
  2. Daniel T. O’Hara
  3. pp. v-vi
  4. restricted access View | Download |
  1. The Unbearable Openness of Death: Elegies of Rilke and Woolf
  2. Kelly S. Walsh
  3. pp. 1-21
  4. restricted access View | Download |
  1. The Southern Demiurge at Work: Modernism, Literary Theory and William Faulkner’s “Dry September”
  2. Thomas Claviez
  3. pp. 22-33
  4. restricted access View | Download |
  1. “Charley, you’re my darwing!”: Sexual Selection in the Joycean Nursery
  2. Paul Bowers
  3. pp. 34-42
  4. restricted access View | Download |
  1. Localizing Late Modernism: Interwar Regionalism and the Genesis of the “Micro Novel”
  2. David James
  3. pp. 43-64
  4. restricted access View | Download |
  1. Is Narrative Fundamental?: Beckett’s Levinasian Question in Malone Dies
  2. David Sherman
  3. pp. 65-81
  4. restricted access View | Download |
  1. Facial Uplift: Plastic Surgery, Cosmetics and the Retailing of Whiteness in the Work of María Cristina Mena
  2. Kyla Schuller
  3. pp. 82-104
  4. restricted access View | Download |
  1. Psychology and Black Liberation in Richard Wright’s Black Power (1954)
  2. Dorothy Stringer
  3. pp. 105-124
  4. restricted access View | Download |
  1. Drawing on Modernism in Alison Bechdel’s Fun Home
  2. Ariela Freedman
  3. pp. 125-140
  4. restricted access View | Download |
  1. The Problem of the Human Narrator
  2. Shelby Armstrong
  3. pp. 141-143
  4. restricted access View | Download |
  1. Active Reading and Reciprocal Texts: Destroying Habit and Embracing Responsibility in Modernist Texts
  2. Erin Hollis
  3. pp. 144-149
  4. restricted access View | Download |
  1. Being Intrigued: How the Unsettling Writing of Ethics Precedes the Ethics of Identity
  2. Joshua Schuster
  3. pp. 150-153
  4. restricted access View | Download |
  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. pp. 154-156
  3. restricted access View | Download |