Our current issue (82), is now available through Project Muse, and you can also access the issue via Duke University Press. Click on one of the links to check out the following creative and critical pieces featured in our latest issue!
Creative Work from:
H. L. Hix
Alan Michael Parker
Critical Pieces from:
José Felipe Alvergue “The Material Etymologies of Cecilia Vicuña: Art, Sculpture, and Poetic Communities”
Wang Jinghui “Hallucination and Madness: The Impact of Censorship on Mo Yan’s Writing”
Surveying the Field
Madigan Haley “The Novel at the World Scale”
Review of David Palumbo-Liu, Bruce Robbins and Nirvana Tanoukhi, eds. 2011. Immanuel Wallerstein and the Problem of the World: System, Scale, Culture (2011); Jon Hegglund, World Views: Metageographies of Modernist Fiction (2012); John Marx, Geopolitics and the Anglophone Novel, 1890-2011 (2012); Elizabeth Anker, Fictions of Dignity: Embodying Human Rights in World Literature (2012).
Lisa Fluet “‘Ask me if I care’: Work, Injustice, and Other People’s Happiness”
Review of Sara Ahmed, The Promise of Happiness (2010)
Joseph Darda “Old Left, New Class: Literary Anxiety in the Consumers’ Republic”
Review of Stephen Schryer’s Fantasies of the New Class: Ideologies of Professionalism in Post-World War II American Fiction (2011); Michael Szalay’s Hip Figures: A Literary History of the Democratic Party (2012); Alan Wald’s American Night: The Literary Left in the Era of the Cold War (2012)
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