1. Exteriority and Interiority in T.S. Eliot’s Graduate Work
  2. Michael Bedsole
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  1. “At the farthest pole from man”: Kafka’s Posthuman Outlook on War
  2. Ignasi Ribó
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  1. Tennessee Williams’s “‘Homage to Ophelia’ (A Pretentious Foreword)” with Commentary
  2. John S. Bak
  3. pp. 36-58
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  1. Anthony Burgess and William S. Burroughs: Shared Enemies, Opposed Friends
  2. Joseph Darlington
  3. pp. 59-76
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  1. “[T]he apple an apple”: Ammons, Bloom, and “the ten thousand things”—with Emerson and Lao Tzu
  2. Kevin McGuirk
  3. pp. 77-95
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  1. “Pursued by Time”: The Chronolibidinal Aesthetics of Katherine Mansfield
  2. Clare Udras Ellis
  3. pp. 96-110
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  1. Seeing History in the Baroque Ruins of Elizabeth Bowen’s The Last September: An Indictment of Cosmopolitan Modernity
  2. Annaliese Hoehling
  3. pp. 111-128
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  1. Psychoanalysis and Autobiography: Leiris, Freud and the Obstacle to Self-Knowledge
  2. Liran Razinsky
  3. pp. 129-147
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  1. Raymond Carver and the Modern Career Imaginary
  2. Jesse Zuba
  3. pp. 148-164
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  1. Dread, Desire and Destruction: The Historical Sublime in Erwin Mortier’s Marcel (1999)
  2. Bram Mertens
  3. pp. 165-182
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  1. Surveying the Damage: Marina MacKay’s Modernism, War, and Violence
  2. Elizabeth Scheer
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  1. Audacious Reconciliation
  2. Robert L. Caserio
  3. pp. 186-190
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  1. Good, Brave Causes: British Fiction of the 1950s
  2. Farisa Khalid
  3. pp. 191-196
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