restricted access   Volume 64, Number 1, Spring 2018

Table of Contents

General Issue

Articles

The Politics of Escapistry: Harry Houdini, Nostalgia, and the Turn from Critique in Michael Chabon's The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay

pp. 1-26
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Katherine Mansfield's Animal Aesthetics

pp. 27-51
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We Wear the White Mask: John Cheever Writes Race

pp. 52-78
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Dispatches from the Drug Wars: Ishmael Reed, Oscar Zeta Acosta, and the Viet Cong of America

pp. 79-103
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"Unconsciously Influenced": Alan Burns, Ian McEwan, and the Lasting Legacies of Postwar British Experimental Fiction

pp. 104-128
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Interrogative Justice in Héctor Tobar's The Tattooed Soldier

pp. 129-152
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Negative Paradise: Rethinking Anglophone and World Literature as Literary Dubbing

pp. 153-175
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Book Reviews

This Thing Called the World: The Contemporary Novel as Global Form by Debjani Ganguly (review)

pp. 177-179
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The Arresting Eye: Race and the Anxiety of Detection by Jinny Huh (review)

pp. 180-182
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If God Meant to Interfere: American Literature and the Rise of the Christian Right by Christopher Douglas (review)

pp. 182-185
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Topologies of Fear in Contemporary Fiction: The Anxieties of Post-Nationalism and Counter Terrorism by Scott McClintock (review)

pp. 186-188
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Precious Perversions: Humor, Homosexuality, and the Southern Literary Canon by Tison Pugh (review)

pp. 189-191
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British Writers and the Approach of World War II by Steve Ellis (review)

pp. 192-194
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Cormac McCarthy and the Signs of Sacrament: Literature, Theology, and the Moral of Stories by Matthew L. Potts (review)

pp. 195-198
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Alien Capital: Asian Racialization and the Logic of Settler Colonial Capitalism by Iyko Day (review)

pp. 198-201
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Cold War Friendships: Korea, Vietnam, and Asian American Literature by Josephine Nock-Hee Park (review)

pp. 202-204
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Reading Trauma Narratives: The Contemporary Novel and the Psychology of Oppression by Laurie Vickroy (review)

pp. 204-207
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Contributors

p. 208
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