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In Memoriam

Stanley Weintraub

CLS mourns the loss of the journal’s third editor-in-chief, Stanley Weintraub. Dr. Weintraub, Evan Pugh Professor Emeritus of Arts and Humanities at Penn State, became co-editor with founding editor A. Owen Aldridge in 1987, and then served as editor-in-chief until 1992 along with Gerhard F. Strasser. His leadership combined critical acuity with breadth of outlook, resting on a bedrock of prodigious scholarship and profound knowledge of academic publishing on the basis of his over 50 books authored or edited over the course of his career. May CLS continue to live up to the high standards of scholarship and impact that Stanley Weintraub set for it.

  1. Literature and Complicity: Then and Now
  2. Adam Kelly, Will Norman
  3. pp. 673-692
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  1. Toward a New Complicity for New Media
  2. Naomi Mandel
  3. pp. 693-710
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  1. Privileged, Hypocritical, and Complicit: Contemporary Scandinavian Literature and the Egalitarian Imagination
  2. Devika Sharma
  3. pp. 711-730
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  1. Complicit Atmospheres: Anti-Semitism and Midcentury U.S. Fiction
  2. Will Norman
  3. pp. 731-749
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  1. Complicity, for the Time Being: Nuclear Entanglements from Atoms for Peace to Fukushima
  2. Jessica Hurley
  3. pp. 750-768
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  1. Hazy Analogies: Sexual and Colonial Complicities in Annie Ernaux's
  2. Gabriella Lindsay
  3. pp. 787-806
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  1. "Nought Noone Nowhere Ne'er!": Postwar Germany, Arno Schmidt, and the Representation of Complicit Noncomplicity
  2. Kai Evers
  3. pp. 807-826
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  1. Unburdening the Past: Transhistorical Representations of Complicity in Contemporary Turkish-German Fiction and Film
  2. Pelin Kivrak
  3. pp. 827-846
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  1. The Ethics of Theory: Philosophy, History, Literature by Robert Doran (review)
  2. Ulf Schulenberg
  3. pp. 847-850
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  1. The Third Notion of Comparative Literature: The Possibility of Literary Archeology by Zhejun Zhang (review)
  2. Jiexin Yi
  3. pp. 850-854
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  1. Hemispheric Imaginations: North American Fictions of Latin America by Helmbrecht Breining (review)
  2. Astrid Haas
  3. pp. 854-857
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  1. Symptoms of an Unruly Age: Li Zhi and the Cultures of Early Modernity by Rivi Handler-Spitz (review)
  2. Michael Gibbs Hill
  3. pp. 857-861
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  1. Literary Translations and the Making of Originals by Karen Emmerich (review)
  2. Shengyu Fan
  3. pp. 861-864
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  1. Complicities: The People's Republic of China in Global Capitalism by Arif Dirlik (review)
  2. Xiaoxia Lin
  3. pp. 864-868
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  1. In The Presence of Power: Court and Performance in The Pre-Modern Middle East ed. by Maurice A. Pomerantz and Evelyn Birge Vitz (review)
  2. Katie Sisneros
  3. pp. 869-872
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  1. Transpacific Community: The Rise and Fall of a Cultural Network by Richard Jean So (review)
  2. Darwin H. Tsen
  3. pp. 873-877
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  1. Literary Universe in Three Parts: Language, Fiction, Experience by Petr A. Bílek, Vladimír Papoušek, and David Skalický (review)
  2. David S. Danaher
  3. pp. 878-880
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  1. Don Quixote. The Re-accentuation of the World's Greatest Literary Hero by Slav N. Gratchev and Howard Mancing (review)
  2. Carolyn A. Nadeau
  3. pp. 880-886
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  1. Displacement and the Somatics of Postcolonial Culture by Douglas Robinson (review)
  2. Seyedeh Shabnam Shamsedin
  3. pp. 886-891
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  1. An Aesthetics of Injury: The Narrative Wound from Baudelaire to Tarantino by Ian Fleishman (review)
  2. Klas Molde
  3. pp. 891-894
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  1. Romance and History: Imagining Time from the Medieval to the Early Modern Period ed. by Jon Whitman (review)
  2. William Biel
  3. pp. 894-898
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