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1. Recuperating the Archive: Anecdotal Evidence and Questions of "Historical Realism" —Sonja Laden
2. Cinema of the Sublime: Theorizing the Ineffable—Jeffrey Pence
3. Print Is Flat, Code Is Deep: The Importance of Media-Specific Analysis—N. Katherine Hayles
4. Proust, His Narrator, and the Importance of the Distinction—Joshua Landy
5. Deferral of the Author: Impossible Witness and the Yasusada Poems—Bill Freind
6. Notes on Contributors
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