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69.2 (Summer 2023)

General Issue

  • Articles
    • Erin G. Carlston, "Imperium Hibernicum? Finnegans Wake and the Pacific"
    • John G. Peters, "Silence and Speaking in Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness"
    • Andrew Bishop, "Darl's Bucket, Cash's Casket, and a Rogue River-Log: The Nature of Wood in As I Lay Dying"
    • Scott Alexander Streitfeld, "Numbered Erotics: Qualified Sexualities and Enumerative Aesthetics in Nightwood and The Young and Evil"
    • Nicole Schrag, "Global Modernism's Netwroks: Mulk Raj Anand, Sajjad Zaheer, and a Case for Negative Ties"
    • Eric Aronoff, "Aliens, Anthropologists, and American Indianas: Ray Bradbury's The Martian Chronicles, Culture, and Difference in Midcentury US Modernism"
    • Marc Farrant, "Neoliberalism, Critique, and the Contemporary Novel: Tom McCarthy and Theory Fiction"

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