1. Allegories of Falling and the 9/11 Novel
  2. Elizabeth S. Anker
  3. pp. 463-482
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  1. Cormac McCarthy and the Aesthetics of Exhaustion
  2. Andrew Hoberek
  3. pp. 483-499
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  1. Richard Ford’s Frank Bascombe Trilogy and the Post-9/11 Suburban Novel
  2. Kathy Knapp
  3. pp. 500-528
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  1. The Trials of the Ethnic Novel: Susan Choi’s American Woman and the Post-Affirmative Action Era
  2. Patricia E. Chu
  3. pp. 529-554
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  1. Becoming Planetary
  2. Min Hyoung Song
  3. pp. 555-573
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  1. Historical Fantasy, Speculative Realism, and Postrace Aesthetics in Contemporary American Fiction
  2. Ramón Saldívar
  3. pp. 574-599
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  1. The Criticality of Latino/a Fiction in the Twenty-First Century
  2. Theresa Delgadillo
  3. pp. 600-624
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  1. After the Post(al)
  2. Daniel Grausam
  3. pp. 625-642
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  1. “Terminal Crisis?”: From the Worlding of American Literature to World-System Literature
  2. Leerom Medovoi
  3. pp. 643-659
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  1. Toward the World Novel: Genre Shifts in Twenty-First-Century Expatriate Fiction
  2. Caren Irr
  3. pp. 660-679
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  1. Immigrant Writing: Changing the Contours of a National Literature
  2. Bharati Mukherjee
  3. pp. 680-696
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