1. Through Emerson’s Eye: The Practice of Perception in Proust
  2. Kate Stanley
  3. pp. 455-483
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  1. Contending with Tennyson: Pauline Hopkins and the Victorian Presence in African American Literature
  2. Daniel Hack
  3. pp. 484-511
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  1. Poetry in the Shadow of Human Rights
  2. Hadji Bakara
  3. pp. 512-541
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  1. Maybe for Millions, Maybe for Nobody: Jewish American Writing and the Undecidability of World Literature
  2. Saul Noam Zaritt
  3. pp. 542-573
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  1. Reckoning Sacrifice in “War on Terror” Literature
  2. Alex Houen
  3. pp. 574-595
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  1. Traduttore/Traditore: Motivated Mistranslation and the Unsettlement of America
  2. Shelley Fisher Fishkin
  3. pp. 596-604
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  1. Hemispheric Studies Tomorrow
  2. Héctor Hoyos
  3. pp. 605-612
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  1. Racial Mediums
  2. Brad Evans
  3. pp. 613-623
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  1. Reterritorializing Caribbean Diaspora Literature
  2. Sarah Phillips Casteel
  3. pp. 624-633
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  1. When Literary Politics Mattered to Geopolitics
  2. Randy Boyagoda
  3. pp. 634-643
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  1. Islamic Writers and Muslim Writing in the United States
  2. Esra Mirze Santesso
  3. pp. 644-653
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  1. Compressions of Scale: World Literature in Miniature
  2. Paul Giles
  3. pp. 654-661
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