Comparative Literature 63:2

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Comparative Literature 63:2
Journal Issue Pages: 124 Volume 63, Number 2 Published: Spring 2011 An issue of Comparative Literature

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Articles

Posthumanities and Post-textualities: reading The Raw Shark Texts and Woman's World-Kiene Brillenburg Wurth

Lines and Crimes of Demarcation: Mathematizing nature in Heidegger, Pynchon, and Kehlmann- Sean Ireton

Dialogues across the Continent: The Influence of Czesaw Miosz on Seamus Heaney- Magdalena Kay

Listening: Jean-Luc Nancy and the "Anti-Ocular" Turn in Continental Philosophy and Critical Theory- Adrienne Janus

Suturing the Wound: Derrida's "on Forgiveness" and Schlink's The Reader-

Kim L. Worthington

Book Reviews

HOW THE RUSSIANS READ THE FRENCH: LERMONTOV, DOSTOEVSKY, TOLSTOY

HOW THE RUSSIANS READ THE FRENCH: LERMONTOV, DOSTOEVSKY, TOLSTOY -Luba Golburt

TRANSLATING PAIN: IMMIGRANT SUFFERING IN LITERATURE AND CULTURE

TRANSLATING PAIN: IMMIGRANT SUFFERING IN LITERATURE AND CULTURE-Amaryll Chanady

THINGS FALL AWAY: PHILIPPINE HISTORICAL EXPERIENCE AND THE MAKINGS OF GLOBALIZATION

THINGS FALL AWAY: PHILIPPINE HISTORICAL EXPERIENCE AND THE MAKINGS OF GLOBALIZATION - Jody Blanco

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