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For Want of a Door: Poetry's Resistant Interiors Written by Super User Hits: 150
The Maximalist Novel Written by Super User Hits: 193
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EpiCentro: The Emergence of a New Central American-American Literature Written by Super User Hits: 120
Figural Interpretation as Modernist Hermeneutics: The Rhetoric of Erich Auerbach's Mimesis Written by Super User Hits: 207
Between Theory and Reality: Cosmopolitanism of Nodal Cities in Pawet Huelle's Castorp Written by Super User Hits: 169
Figures Taken for Signs: Symbol, Allegory, Mise en abyme Written by Super User Hits: 169
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Talking Like a Book: Exception and the State of Nature in Benjamin and Molière Written by Super User Hits: 153
Baudelaire without Benjamin: Contingency, History, Modernity Written by Super User Hits: 131
The Everyday's Fabulous Beyond: Nonsense, Parable, and the Ethics of the Literary in Kafka and Wittgenstein Written by Super User Hits: 162
The Play of Living Creation: Time and Finitude in Tagore's Humanism Written by Super User Hits: 141
Murder and “Point of View” Written by Super User Hits: 177
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Vladimir Nabokov's “La Belle Dame Sans Merci”: A Study in the Ethics and Effects of Literary Adaptation Written by Super User Hits: 111
Sebald's Parrot: Speaking the Archive Written by Super User Hits: 134
Azazeel and the Politics of Historical Fiction in Egypt Written by Super User Hits: 143
“In the Choir with the Clerics”: Secularism in the Age of Inquisition Written by Super User Hits: 169
The Bible as Literature? — Note on a Litigious Ferment of the Concept Written by Super User Hits: 152
Secular Aesthetics: Form, Theme, and Method in the Study of American Literature Written by Super User Hits: 161
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“On the Right Side of the Barricades”: Walter Benjamin, Gershom Scholem, and Zionism Written by Super User Hits: 173
Beckett's Philosophical Imagination: Democritus versus Pythagoras and Plato in Comment c'est/How It Is Written by Super User Hits: 139
Literary Praxis Beyond the Melodramas of Commitment: Edward Upward, Soviet Aesthetics, and Leftist Self-Fashioning Written by Super User Hits: 121
Indigeneity and Mestizaje in Ana Castillo's The Mixquiahuala Letters and Leslie Marmon Silko's Almanac of the Dead Written by Super User Hits: 291
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: 283
Personification and a Trope of Writing: Nakano Shigeharu's “Language of Slaves” Written by Super User Hits: 109
The Play of Living Creation: Time and Finitude in Tagore's Humanism Written by Super User Hits: 108
Murder and “Point of View” Written by Super User Hits: 145
Reception, Elegy, and Eco-Awareness: Trees in Statius, Boccaccio, and Chaucer Written by Super User Hits: 119
Vladimir Nabokov's “La Belle Dame Sans Merci”: A Study in the Ethics and Effects of Literary Adaptation Written by Super User Hits: 128
Sebald's Parrot: Speaking the Archive Written by Super User Hits: 127
The Multilingual Pleasures of Slavic Worlds: Sacher-Masoch, Franzos, Freud Written by Super User Hits: 139
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“Not a Question but a Wound”: Adorno, Barthes, and Aesthetic Reflection Written by Super User Hits: 124
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Tardy Sons: Hamlet, Freud, and Filial Ambivalence Written by Super User Hits: 159
Azazeel and the Politics of Historical Fiction in Egypt Written by Super User Hits: 138
“In the Choir with the Clerics”: Secularism in the Age of Inquisition Written by Super User Hits: 126
The Bible as Literature? — Note on a Litigious Ferment of the Concept Written by Super User Hits: 114
Secular Aesthetics: Form, Theme, and Method in the Study of American Literature Written by Super User Hits: 94
Orientalism, Secularism, and the Crisis of Hebrew Modernism: Reading Leah Goldberg's Avedot Written by Super User Hits: 101
“On the Right Side of the Barricades”: Walter Benjamin, Gershom Scholem, and Zionism Written by Super User Hits: 125