Volume 38, October 2014

Table of Contents

Editor’s Column: This Comparative Literature Which Is Not One

pp. 1-5
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Excess

Translating (as) Excess: Toward Communitas in the Hermeneutics of a Saturated Phenomenon

pp. 6-22
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The Excesses of Earth in Kant’s Philosophy of Property

pp. 23-40
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Out of Desire’s Excess, a Lover: Rousseau between Narcissus and Pygmalion

pp. 41-53
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Excess as Ek-stasis: Coetzee’s The Master of Petersburg and Giving Offense

pp. 54-69
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Cannibalized Evidence: The Problem of Over-incorporation in Zheng Yi’s Scarlet Memorial

pp. 70-82
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Too Far or Not Far Enough?: Alain Badiou and the Hermeneutics of Small Moments

pp. 83-96
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Tel Quel 1967: Theory as Excess

pp. 97-107
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Georges Bataille, Gender, and Sacrificial Excess

pp. 108-127
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Žižek’s Brand of Philosophical Excess and the Treason of the Intellectuals: Wagers of Sin, Ugly Ducklings, and Mythical Swans

pp. 128-147
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General Articles

Epic Relays: C. L. R. James, Herman Melville, Frank Stella

pp. 148-157
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Postcolonial World Literature: Forster-Roy-Morrison

pp. 158-187
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How Postcolonial Translation Theory Transforms Francophone African Studies

pp. 188-205
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Why You Can/’t Believe the Arabian Historian Cide Hamete Benengeli: Islam and the Arabian Cultural Heritage in Don Quixote

pp. 206-226
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The Narrative of Ricoeur’s Time and Narrative

pp. 227-249
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Language, Body, Dystopia: The Passion for the Real in Orly Castel-Bloom’s Dolly City

pp. 250-265
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Fire, Sun, Moon: Kundalini Yoga in John Updike’s S.: A Novel

pp. 266-296
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A “Network of Hopes”: The Romance of Gambling in Thomas Hardy’s A Laodicean

pp. 297-313
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Review Essays

Nach der Natur. Das Artensterben und die Moderne Kultur by Ursula K. Heise, and: Perpetual War: Cosmopolitanism from the Viewpoint of Violence by Bruce Robbins, and: The Cosmopolitanism Reader ed. by Garrett Wallace Brown and David Held, and: Routledge Handbook of Cosmopolitanism Studies ed. by Gerard Delanty, and: The Ashgate Research Companion to Cosmopolitanism ed. by Maria Rovisco and Magdalena Nowicka, and: After Cosmopolitanism ed. by Rosi Braidotti, Patrick Hanafin, and Bolette Blaagaard (review)

pp. 314-329
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The Ethics of Love: An Essay on James Joyce by Benjamin Boysen (review)

pp. 329-339
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This Is Not the End of the Book: A Conversation by Jean-Claude Carrière and Umberto Eco (review)

pp. 339-344
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Reviews

Postcolonial Witnessing: Trauma Out of Bounds by Stef Craps (review)

pp. 345-347
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Are the Lips a Grave? A Queer Feminist on the Ethics of Sex by Lynne Huffer (review)

pp. 347-350
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How Soon Is Now? Medieval Texts, Amateur Readers, and the Queerness of Time by Carolyn Dinshaw (review)

pp. 350-352
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The Promise and Premise of Creativity: Why Comparative Literature Matters by Eugene Eoyang (review)

pp. 352-354
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Neobaroque in the Americas: Alternative Modernities in Literature, Visual Art, and Film by Monika Kaup (review)

pp. 354-356
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Marginal Modernity: The Aesthetics of Dependency from Kierkegaard to Joyce by Leonardo F. Lisi (review)

pp. 356-361
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Prose of the World: Modernism and the Banality of Empire by Saikat Majumdar (review)

pp. 361-363
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Empires of Love: Europe, Asia, and the Making of Early Modern Identity by Carmen Nocentelli (review)

pp. 363-365
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In Broad Daylight: Movies and Spectators After the Cinema by Gabriele Pedulla (review)

pp. 366-368
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Scapeland: Writing the Landscape from Diderot’s Salons to the Postmodern Museum by Gillian B. Pierce (review)

pp. 368-370
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Metatheater and Modernity: Baroque and Neobaroque by Mary Ann Frese Witt (review)

pp. 370-372
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The Medieval Culture of Disputation: Pedagogy, Practice, and Performance by Alex J. Novikoff (review)

pp. 373-375
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On Nabokov, Ayn Rand and the Libertarian Mind: What the Russian-American Odd Pair Can Tell Us about Some Values, Myths and Manias Widely Held Most Dear by Gene H. Bell-Villada (review)

pp. 375-377
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Witnessing Witnessing: On the Reception of Holocaust Survivor Testimony by Thomas Trezise (review)

pp. 377-379
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The Rutledge Prize 2013: For Graduate Students Giving Papers at the SCLA Conference

pp. 380-381
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