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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