restricted access   Volume 39, Number 1, November/December 2017

Table of Contents

Focus: Biofiction

Introduction to Focus: Biofiction—Its Origins, Natures, and Evolutions

pp. 3-4
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Art and Ethics: Lytton Strachey and the Origins of Biofiction

p. 5
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Truth and Circumstantiality in Javier Cercas’ Biofictions

pp. 6-27
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Modernist Titans and Postmodernist Mythobiografiction

pp. 6-28
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Fantasy Anne Hathaways

p. 7
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Genealogizing the Female Self: The Right to Parrhēsia

pp. 8-28
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Biofictions from the Antipodes

p. 9
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A Portrait of the Artist under Duress

pp. 10-11
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Nietzsche in Mexico

pp. 11-29
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I, Margaret

pp. 12-29
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Deaths of the Author

pp. 13-29
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K is for Kafka

pp. 14-30
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Lizzie Borden Took an Axe

pp. 14-30
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George Eliot in Romantic Biofiction

pp. 15-30
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Book Reviews

Mapping Kerouac

p. 16
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You’ll Float Too

pp. 17-18
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The Terror of Our Ways

pp. 18-19
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The Structure of Feeling

pp. 19-20
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The Whole Page

pp. 20-21
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Short Form Mastery

p. 21
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Blood Money

p. 22
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A Structure of Irony

pp. 23-25
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Haunted House

p. 24
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Departments

Page 2: Freethinkers, Heretics, & the Little Blue Books

pp. 2-26
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Charles B. Harris, 1940–2017

p. 25
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Scenes: an interview with Jeanetta Calhoun Mish

p. 31
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