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This issue contains 22 articles in total

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  1. Revolutionary Waves: The Crowd in Modern China by Tie Xiao (review)
  2. Translating the World: Toward a New History of German Literature Around 1800 by Birgit Tautz (review)
  3. The Afterlife of Al-Andalus: Muslim Iberia in Contemporary Arab and Hispanic Narratives by Christina Civantos (review)
  4. The Black Skyscraper: Architecture and the Perception of Race by Adrienne Brown (review)
  5. Uses and Abuses of Moses: Literary Representations since the Enlightenment by Theodore Ziolkowski (review)
  6. Choreomania: Dance and Disorder by Kélina Gotman (review)
  7. The Mark of Theory: Inscriptive Figures, Poststructuralist Prehistories by Andrea Bachner (review)
  8. Satanic Feminism: Lucifer as the Liberator of Women in Nineteenth-Century Culture by Per Faxneld (review)
  9. Postcolonial Borges. Argument and Artistry by Robin Fiddian (review)
  10. A New Vocabulary for Global Modernism ed. by Eric Hayot and Rebecca L. Walkowitz (review)
  11. The Jew's Daughter: A Cultural History of a Conversion Narrative by Efraim Sicher (review)
  12. Teaching Translation. Programs, Courses, Pedagogies ed. by Lawrence Venuti (review)
  13. Honest Entertainment, Transcendental Jest: Six Essays on "Don Quijote" and Novelistic Theory by Sofie Kluge (review)
  14. Socialist Cosmopolitanism: The Chinese Literary Universe, 1945–1965 by Nicolai Volland (review)
  15. A Tale of the Soldier and the Politics of Translation: W. H. Auden and Chinese Poets During World War II
  16. The Pleasures of Imitation: Gabriel Tarde, Oscar Wilde, and João do Rio in Brazil's Long Fin de Siècle
  17. Aesthetic Autonomy and the Free Market: Literalism and Materialism in Gary Park's The Watcher of Waipuna and Chang-Dong Lee's There's a Lot of Shit in Nokcheon
  18. The Reworking and Incorporation of two of Marguerite De Navarre's "Heptaméron" Nouvelles by María de Zayas y Sotomayor in her novela "Tarde llega el desengaño"
  19. A Game with Shifting Stories: Borges as a Hermeneutic Lens on Mitchell's Cloud Atlas
  20. The World Unspoken: Kleist, Kafka, McCarthy
  21. Salomé Kisses Kunala's Eyes: New Woman, Religion Making, and Varieties of Literature in Republican China
  22. David Foster Wallace's Germany
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