1. The Abortion of Literature
  2. Philippe Lacoue-Labarthe, Donald Cross
  3. pp. 1-16
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  1. “Antarctica” and Derek Mahon’s “Topography of the Void”
  2. Brendan Corcoran
  3. pp. 17-48
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  1. How Faulkner Means Everything He Says: An Essay on James Baldwin’s Politics of Intentionality
  2. Tyler Williams
  3. pp. 49-64
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  1. Invaluable Literature: Eustasio Rivera’s La vorágine
  2. Sol Peláez
  3. pp. 65-89
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  1. Can We Imagine Timeless Experience?
  2. Michael W. Clune
  3. pp. 91-99
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  1. Beauty That Must Die: A Response to Michael Clune
  2. Martin Hägglund
  3. pp. 101-107
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  1. Time in Our Time: Clune and Hägglund Debating at Stanford
  2. Michael W. Clune, Martin Hägglund
  3. pp. 109-134
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  1. What Is a Minister?: Toward a Theory of the Instrumental Cause
  2. Nicholas Heron
  3. pp. 135-165
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  1. Duras’s Césarée and the Subject of Love
  2. Fernanda Negrete
  3. pp. 167-199
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  1. The Force and the Weakness of the Law: Grace and Disgrace in the Writing of Maurice Blanchot
  2. Aicha Liviana Messina
  3. pp. 201-223
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  1. Editors’ Note
  2. pp. v-vi
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 225-227
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