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68.2 (Summer 2022)

General Issue

  • Articles
    • Claire Stanford, "Ready Player One and the Reassertion of US Economic and Technological Supremacy"
    • Valentina Montero Román, "Race, Gender, and 'Real Brains': Interrogating Unreliability in Nella Larsen's Passing"
    • Kate Perillo, "Rooms Not One's Own: C. L. R. James, Jean Rhys, and Caribbean Anticolonialism in 1930s London"
    • Elizabeth Floyd, "Behind Barriers, Living a Man's Life: Imperial Masculinity in Graham Greene's 'The Basement Room' and The Fallen Idol"
    • Sarah Bernstein, "The Social-Scientific Imagination: Muriel Spark's The Ballad of Peckham Rye"
    • Rajeshwari Vallury, "Cosmopolis, Civility, and the Practice of Heretical History in Amitav Ghosh's In an Antique Land"
    • Liliane Campos, "Ali Smith's Parasitic Poetics"
    • Simon J. James, "Better Futures Needed"

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