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Modern Fiction Studies

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68.1 (Spring 2022)

Special Issue: Peripheral Literature

  • Articles
    • Ericka Beckman, Oded Nir, Emilio Sauri, "Peripheral Literatures and the History of Capitalism: An Introduction"
    • Raya Alraddadi, "The Aesthetics of the Oppressed: Oil and Capitalism in Abdelrahman Munif's City of Salt"
    • Sandeep Banerjee, "Cognitive Maps of the Semiperiphery: Two Bengali Novels and the Transition to Colonial Capitalist Modernity"
    • Paul Stasi, "The Forms of Irish Modernism"
    • Thomas Waller, "Mozambican Literature, Neoliberalism, and the Long 1980s"
    • Christine Okoth, "Peripheral Labor"
    • Philip E. Wegner, "Allegories of an Embattled Public: The Red Thread of the Modern Swedish Crime Novel"
    • Xian Wang, "Writing Against Peripheralization: Glorifying Labor in Chinese Socialist Literature"

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