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British Black Box: A Return to Race and Science in Zadie Smith’s White Teeth Written by Super User Hits: 173
“Everything You Ever Dreamed”: Post-9/11 Trauma and Fantasy in Ali Smith’s The Accidental Written by Super User Hits: 162
Dirty Books: Modernism and the Toilet Written by Super User Hits: 164
The Extraterritorial Poetics of W. G. Sebald Written by Super User Hits: 189
The Chinatown and the City: Kingston, Kerouac, and the Bohemian Bay Area Written by Super User Hits: 127
A Little Fiction is Good for You: Currency Crisis, The Nation State, and Waugh's African Texts Written by Super User Hits: 150
How to Love Your Local Homophobe: Southern Hospitality and the Unremarkable Queerness of Truman Capote's "The Thanksgiving Visitor" Written by Super User Hits: 158
"Gravity rushes through him": Volk and Fetish in Pynchon's Rilke Written by Super User Hits: 158
Aphrodite's Faces: Toni Morrison's Love and Ethics Written by Super User Hits: 207
Referring to the Human in Contemporary Human Rights Literature Written by Super User Hits: 140
The Politics of Sovereignty and Violence in Flora Annie Steel's A Prince of Dreamers Written by Super User Hits: 174
Academic Discourse at Havana: Pan American Eugenics and Transnational Capital in Alejo Carpentier's ?Ecue-Yamba-?! Written by Super User Hits: 134
The Aesthetic Alibi in The End of the Road Written by Super User Hits: 160
Genealogy and Geography in Patricia Grace's Tu Written by Super User Hits: 188
Failed Messages, Maternal Loss, and Narrative Form in Toni Morrison's A Mercy Written by Super User Hits: 147
What Was Tragedy? The World We Have Lost, 1550-1795 Written by Super User Hits: 368
The French Disease Written by Super User Hits: 166
The "Alpha and Omega" of Haitian Literature: Baron de Vastey and the U.S. Audience of Haitian Political Writing Written by Super User Hits: 271
Ephemeral Asia: Position without Identity in the Modernist Urdu Poetry of N.M. Rashed Written by Super User Hits: 129
Calvino, Llull, Lucretius: Two Models of Literary Combinatorics Written by Super User Hits: 160
The Finitude of Method: Mourning Theory from the New Criticism to the New Vitalism Written by Super User Hits: 148
Wordsworth, Baudelaire, and the Limits of Poetic Insight Written by Super User Hits: 118
Strategies of Visual Intervention: Langston Hughes and Uncle Tom's Cabin Written by Super User Hits: 209
Non serviam: James Joyce and Mexico Written by Super User Hits: 181
For Want of a Door: Poetry's Resistant Interiors Written by Super User Hits: 154
The Maximalist Novel Written by Super User Hits: 208
Kierkegaard, Gramsci, and the Politics of Irony and Sarcasm Written by Super User Hits: 341
EpiCentro: The Emergence of a New Central American-American Literature Written by Super User Hits: 125
Figural Interpretation as Modernist Hermeneutics: The Rhetoric of Erich Auerbach's Mimesis Written by Super User Hits: 216
Between Theory and Reality: Cosmopolitanism of Nodal Cities in Pawet Huelle's Castorp Written by Super User Hits: 174
Figures Taken for Signs: Symbol, Allegory, Mise en abyme Written by Super User Hits: 185
Pindaric Temporality, Goethe's Augenblick, and the Invariant Plot of Tiutchev's Lyric Written by Super User Hits: 188
Talking Like a Book: Exception and the State of Nature in Benjamin and Molière Written by Super User Hits: 158
Baudelaire without Benjamin: Contingency, History, Modernity Written by Super User Hits: 134
The Everyday's Fabulous Beyond: Nonsense, Parable, and the Ethics of the Literary in Kafka and Wittgenstein Written by Super User Hits: 165
The Play of Living Creation: Time and Finitude in Tagore's Humanism Written by Super User Hits: 147
Murder and “Point of View” Written by Super User Hits: 192
Reception, Elegy, and Eco-Awareness: Trees in Statius, Boccaccio, and Chaucer Written by Super User Hits: 134
Vladimir Nabokov's “La Belle Dame Sans Merci”: A Study in the Ethics and Effects of Literary Adaptation Written by Super User Hits: 118
Sebald's Parrot: Speaking the Archive Written by Super User Hits: 140
Azazeel and the Politics of Historical Fiction in Egypt Written by Super User Hits: 145
“In the Choir with the Clerics”: Secularism in the Age of Inquisition Written by Super User Hits: 185
The Bible as Literature? — Note on a Litigious Ferment of the Concept Written by Super User Hits: 171
Secular Aesthetics: Form, Theme, and Method in the Study of American Literature Written by Super User Hits: 170
Orientalism, Secularism, and the Crisis of Hebrew Modernism: Reading Leah Goldberg's Avedot Written by Super User Hits: 168
“On the Right Side of the Barricades”: Walter Benjamin, Gershom Scholem, and Zionism Written by Super User Hits: 178
Beckett's Philosophical Imagination: Democritus versus Pythagoras and Plato in Comment c'est/How It Is Written by Super User Hits: 145
Literary Praxis Beyond the Melodramas of Commitment: Edward Upward, Soviet Aesthetics, and Leftist Self-Fashioning Written by Super User Hits: 127
Indigeneity and Mestizaje in Ana Castillo's The Mixquiahuala Letters and Leslie Marmon Silko's Almanac of the Dead Written by Super User Hits: 313
Perpetrators and Victims: Third-generation Perspectives on the Second World War in Marcel Beyer's Flughunde and Erwin Mortier's Marcel Written by Super User Hits: 293
Personification and a Trope of Writing: Nakano Shigeharu's “Language of Slaves” Written by Super User Hits: 112
The Play of Living Creation: Time and Finitude in Tagore's Humanism Written by Super User Hits: 111
Murder and “Point of View” Written by Super User Hits: 147
Reception, Elegy, and Eco-Awareness: Trees in Statius, Boccaccio, and Chaucer Written by Super User Hits: 121
Vladimir Nabokov's “La Belle Dame Sans Merci”: A Study in the Ethics and Effects of Literary Adaptation Written by Super User Hits: 137
Sebald's Parrot: Speaking the Archive Written by Super User Hits: 129
The Multilingual Pleasures of Slavic Worlds: Sacher-Masoch, Franzos, Freud Written by Super User Hits: 142
Sleepwalking Certainties: Agency, Aesthetics, and Incapacity in W. G. Sebald's Austerlitz and Hermann Broch's The Sleepwalkers Written by Super User Hits: 118
“Not a Question but a Wound”: Adorno, Barthes, and Aesthetic Reflection Written by Super User Hits: 125
Reading Camera Lucida in Gaza: Ronit Matalon's Photographic Travels Written by Super User Hits: 123
Tardy Sons: Hamlet, Freud, and Filial Ambivalence Written by Super User Hits: 162
Azazeel and the Politics of Historical Fiction in Egypt Written by Super User Hits: 141
“In the Choir with the Clerics”: Secularism in the Age of Inquisition Written by Super User Hits: 127
The Bible as Literature? — Note on a Litigious Ferment of the Concept Written by Super User Hits: 117
Secular Aesthetics: Form, Theme, and Method in the Study of American Literature Written by Super User Hits: 97
Orientalism, Secularism, and the Crisis of Hebrew Modernism: Reading Leah Goldberg's Avedot Written by Super User Hits: 102
“On the Right Side of the Barricades”: Walter Benjamin, Gershom Scholem, and Zionism Written by Super User Hits: 127