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  • Futures of the Novel-Ian Baucom

    The Novel without Literatue

    -Carlos J. Alonso

    “This Will Kill That”: A Provocation on the Novel in Media History-Jonathan Arac

    The Future in and of the Novel

    - Nancy Armstrong

    Objecting to Novelty: The Objectivity of the Novelistic-Jennifer L. Fleissner

    The African Example-Simon Gikandi

    The Novel Problematic-Timothy Bewes

    Refusing the Death of the Novel-Srinivas Aravamudan

    No Future?-John Plotz

    Reading Novel Reading-Ellen Rooney

    Articles

    Desire and Genre in The Female Quixote-Zak Watson

    Wish Fulfillment, Detection, and the Production of Knowledge in Bleak House-David Ben-Merre

    Strange Connections: Sensation, Morality, and the Law in Margaret Oliphant's Salem Chapel-Leslie Bruce

    George Eliot and the Rise of the Language of Expertise-Joseph Murtagh

    Reviews

    Thing, Feeling, Form-Caroline Levine

    The Daily and the Everyday-Mark Currie

    Eccentrism-Mark Goble

    American Foucault-Edward Larkin

    The Circle of Return-Salamishah Tillet

    Ibero-American Captivities and Their Discontents-Teresa Toulouse

    Thankee, Massa-Joanne Van Der Woude

    Writers and Presidents, Black and White-Russ Castronovo

    Toward a Cultural Critical Field Book-Tyler Curtain

    Feminism in Time-Stephanie A. Smith

    The Question of Realism-Jay Clayton

    Race as Masquerade-Avak Hasratian

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