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  • 1. History of the Novel, Theory of the Novel–Franco Moretti

    2. The Time of Breach: Class Division and the Contemporary African American Novel–Rolland Murray

    3. Desiring-Production and the Novel–Lorri Nandrea

    4. Photographic Fictions: Nineteenth-Century Photography and the Novel Form–Daniel A. Novak

    5. The Theo-political Origins of the English Marriage Plot–Lisa O'Connell

    6. Antisocial Fictions: Mill and the Novel–John Plotz

    7. Human beyond Understanding: Fredrick Douglass's New Liberal Individual–Lloyd Pratt

    8. The Marriage Plot in Theory–Kathy Alexis Psomiades

    9. Make No Mistake: Getting it Right in The Princess Casamassima–Kent Puckett

    10. Visual Storytelling: Cinematic Ekphrasis in the Latin American Novel of Globalization–Dierdra Reber

    11. The Novel's Mobile Home–Caroline Reitz

    12. Too Much Information–Bruce Robbins

    13. Marketing Jane Austen at the Megaplex–Dianne F. Sadoff

    14. War, Optics, Fiction–Paul K. Saint-Amour

    15. Former Colonies: Local or Universal?–Roberto Schwarz

    16. "My Contemporaries the Novelists": Isaac Bickerstaff, Uncle Toby, and the Play of Pulse and Sprawl–Stuart Sherman

    17. Do Novels Think Electric Thoughts–Clifford Siskin

    18. The Novel in Distress–Bill Solomon

    19. Remembering the Pleasant Bits: Nostalgia and the Legacies of Modernism–Randall Stevenson

    20. Time Wandering Problems of Witnessing in the Romantic-Era Novel–Charlotte Sussman

    21. "Verticality Is Such a Risky Enterprise": The Literary and Paraliterary Antecedents of Colson Whitehead's The Intuitionist–Jeffrey Allen Tucker

    22. Novel Futures–Annette Van

    23. Archives of the Black Atlantic: Postcolonial Citation in The Pagoda–Wendy W. Walters

    24. Resistance on the Circuit: The Novel in the Age of the Post–William B. Warner

    25. The Novel and Prejudice–Sarah Winter

    26. The Facts We Deliver–Michael Wood

    27. Literature, Fictiveness, and Post Colonial Criticism–Alok Yadav

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    The third in a series of three special issues, this issue of Novel commemorates the journal’s fortieth anniversary and brings scholarship from various literary disciplines into conversation around theoretical issues common to novel studies.

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