42.2 Winter 2013

Trevor Cook brings us the correspondence of Harold Bloom and Northrop Frye | Nadia Nurhussein examines dialect in ‘Sleeping with the Dictionary’ | Fiction from Hilary Plum and five peomes by Zach Savich | Betsy A. Bowen and Sally O’Driscoll take on the relationship between comp and lit | Four reviews | NeMLA notes

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42.1 Summer 2012

Betina Entzminger interviews Louis Bayard | Jacqueline Foertsch looks at interracial sex and survival in post-nuclear films | Stories galore from Jaime Warburton and Noel Sloboda | Karen Cardozo looks at life after tenure | Five great reviews

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41.2 Winter 2012

41.2 (Winter 2012) Articles: Mexico and Weimar’s Anti-Authoritarian Socialist Imagination: Storytelling, Working, and “Unworking” in B. Traven Martin Kley “Die lange blutige Literatursitzung:” Veit Miiller’s Interrogation of the Writing Process […]

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40.1 Summer 2010

40.1 (Summer 2010) Articles: “‘This Hideous Drama of Revivification’: Poe’s Fiction and Reprint Culture” Carl Ostrowski “The Wisdom of Anne Bradstreet: Eschewing Eve and Emulating Elizabeth” Jacqueline Foertsch Profession & […]

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38.2 Winter 2009

38.2 (Winter 2009) Collaborations: NeMLA at 40 Collaborating with History: Nineteenth-Century African American (Auto)biography “Introduction and Acknowledgments” Jason Haslam “‘The Poets are With Us’: Frederick Douglass and John Milton” Melissa […]

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38.1 Summer 2008

38.1 (Summer 2008) Articles: “Christopher Isherwood and Virginia Woolf: Diaries and Fleeting Impressions of Fascism” Judy Suh “Inquisitorial Theatrics and Errant Subjects in Don Quixote” Ryan Prendergast “Torture, Modern Experience, […]

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37.1 Summer 2007

37.1 (Summer 2007) Articles: “The Sociology of Thackeray’s “Howling Wilderness”: Selfishness, Secrecy and Performance in Vanity Fair” Leila S. May Profession & Pedagogy: “Untranslatable? Making American Literature in Translation Digital” […]

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