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Volume 15, issue 2
June 2017


Romantic Balloons : Toward a Formalist Technology of Poetics
Arden Hegele   (Volume 15, issue 2, June 2017) :
English Poetry

An End to Wandering? Jonas B. Phillips and Mary Shelley’s “The Evil Eye”
Yael Shapira   (Volume 15, issue 2, June 2017) :
American Literature

Putting Context to New Use in Literary Studies : A Conceptual-Historicist Interpretation of Poe’s “Man of the Crowd”
Iulian Cananau    (Volume 15, issue 2, June 2017) :
History of Humanities
American Literature

The New Propositionalism
Bernard Harrison and John Gibson   (Volume 15, issue 2, June 2017) :
Literature and Philosophy
English Poetry

The Three Phases of the Linguistic Turn and Their Literary Manifestations
Nicholas Birns   (Volume 15, issue 2, June 2017) :
History of Humanities
Twentieth-Century Literature

Jewish Geographies : Jabotinsky and Modernism
Adam Rovner   (Volume 15, issue 2, June 2017) :
Episodes in the History of Ideas
Jewish Issues

In a Muddy Land, Wearing a Historical Costume : Posttraumatic Humanism in Post-Stalinist Soviet Culture
Ilya Kukulin   (Volume 15, issue 2, June 2017) :
Episodes in the History of Ideas
Russian Literature

Existential Kepesh and the Facticity of Existential Roth : The Breast, The Professor of Desire, and The Dying Animal
James Duban   (Volume 15, issue 2, June 2017) :
Literature and Philosophy
American Novel

Conrad, Faulkner, and the Problem of Nonsense by Maurice Ebileeni
Yael Levin   (Volume 15, issue 2, June 2017) :
Book review

Impossible Joyce: Finnegans Wakes by Patrick O’Neill
Dieter Fuchs    (Volume 15, issue 2, June 2017) :
Book review

Science Fiction, Alien Encounters, and the Ethics of Posthumanism: Beyond the Golden Rule by Elana Gomel
Deanna Wendel    (Volume 15, issue 2, June 2017) :
Book review
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