1. On the Uses of Seriality for Modern Periodical Studies: An Introduction
  2. Matthew Levay
  3. pp. v-xix
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  1. "Our Impending Doom": Seriality's End in Late-Victorian Proto-Dystopian Novels
  2. Jessica R. Valdez
  3. pp. 1-29
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  1. To Exist Serially: Black Radical Magazines and Beauty Culture, 1917–1919
  2. Elizabeth M. Sheehan
  3. pp. 30-52
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  1. Composure and Composition: Marianne Moore's Serial Imagination
  2. Nikolaus Wasmoen
  3. pp. 53-75
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  1. Bundling, Reprinting, and Reframing: Serial Practices Across Borders
  2. Faye Hammill, Hannah McGregor
  3. pp. 76-100
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  1. Repetition, Recapitulation, Routine: Dick Tracy and the Temporality of Daily Newspaper Comics
  2. Matthew Levay
  3. pp. 101-122
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  1. Letters to the Editor as a Serial Form
  2. Carey Snyder, Leif Sorensen
  3. pp. 123-146
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