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1. Introduction: Céline, USA–Alice Kaplan, Philippe Roussin
2. Sea Change: Céline and the Problem of Cultural Transmission–Morris Dickstein
3. Bardamu’s American Dream: Censorship and Prostitution–Andrea Loselle
4. Getting Back to the Other World: From Doctor to Author–Philippe Roussin
5. Rewriting History: Céline and Kurt Vonnegut–Philip Watts
6. Céline’s Underground Grammar: The Tone Frame for Recent American Literature–William K. Buckley
7. Céline in the Contemporary American Press–Marc Snyder
8. Céline and Innocence–Fredric Jameson
9. Céline and the Anarchist Culture–Yves Pagés
10. Céline, Jean Zay, and the Mutations of Hate–Linda Orr
11. Can Céline Be Translated– Henri Godard
12. A First Sketch of Feerie pour une autre fois (from the Prison Notebooks)–Louis-Ferdinad Céline, Introduced by Henri Godard
13. Selling Céline: The Céline-Little, Brown Correspondence(1934–1938)–Alice Kaplan
14. Céline’s Modernity–Alice Kaplan, Philippe Roussin
15. Excerpt’s from the Writer’s Roundtable–Peter Glassgold, Mark Jay Mirsky, Bob Perelman, Ronald Sukenick
16. Excepts from Commentary and Discussion
17. Céline, Miller, and the American Canon–Raoul R. Ibargüen
18. Céline’s American Genealogy–Thomas J. Ferraro
19. Céline in Cross-Cultural Perspective–Rosemarie Scullion
20. Céline’s Defense: Introduction–Philip Watts
21. Reply to Charges of Treason Made by the French Department of Justice (Copenhagen, 6 November 1946)–Louis-Ferdinand Céline
22. Notes on Contributors
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