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  1. Reticent Autobiography: Henry Green and Christopher Isherwood at the Hogarth Press
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  1. Of Marionettes, Boxers, and Suffragettes: Djuna Barnes’s Performative Journalism
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  1. Ezra Pound in Athens: Words Spoken to Zissimos Lorenzatos in 1965
  2. Charles Lock
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  1. “And a Good Job”?: Elektrifying English at St. Elizabeths
  2. Katerina Stergiopoulou
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  1. We Need to Talk About Ezra: Ezra Pound’s Fascist Propaganda, 1935–45
  2. Christos Hadjiyiannis
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  1. Noël Coward and the Sitwells: Enmity, Celebrity, Popularity
  2. Faye Hammill
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  1. Shucks, we’ve got glamour girls too! Gertrude Stein, Bennett Cerf and the Culture of Celebrity
  2. Lise Jaillant
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  1. The Conditions of Fame: Literary Celebrity in Australia between the Wars
  2. David Carter
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  1. Editor’s Introduction: Life Writing
  2. Daniel T. O’Hara
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  1. Introduction: Modernism and the Networks of Celebrity Construction
  2. Guy Davidson
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