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  1. Coming Unhinged: Art and Body in Frank O’Hara and Jasper Johns
  2. Alexandra Gold
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  1. I Mourn the Body Electric: Science, Technology, Nature, and Art in Sarah Ruhl’s In the Next Room
  2. Michial Farmer
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  1. Bao-yu and the Second Self: Pairing, Mirroring, and Utopia in Honglou meng
  2. Mark S. Ferrara
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  1. The Pen is Mightier than the Dominant Discourse: Writing as Agency and Healing in Plath, Gordon, Frame, Marmon Silko, and Hogan
  2. Annette M. Krizanich
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  1. Home in the Making: The Foreign Doctor and the Model Minority Myth in Abraham Verghese’s My Own Country
  2. Jiena Sun
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  1. Embracing Mythologies: An Interview with Shara McCallum
  2. Todd F. Davis, Shara McCallum
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  1. Seamus Heaney: A Forgotten Interview
  2. William Baker, Seamus Heaney
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  1. Contributors
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