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TOMING JUN LIU/ Issue Editor’s Introduction: Literature’s Otherness and Global East-West Modernities
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Special Issue: Literature’s Otherness and Global East-West Modernities

1. Literature’s Political Otherness and Deconstruction

ZLATAN FILIPOVIC/ For a Future to Come: Derrida’s Democracy and the Right to Literature
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SAMANTHA GOLDASIC and TOMING JUN LIU/ In the Name of the Father: A Lacanian and Derridean Analysis of Kafka’s “The Judgment”
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2. History, Memory and Global East-West Modernities

 
ATEF LOUAYENE/ Pathologies of Moorishness: Al-Andalus, Narrative, and “Worldly Humanism”
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OU LI / Revolved Recollection of Revolution in Wordsworth’s Prelude
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3. Reimagining Global East-West: The Case of Octavio Paz

 
ROBERTO CANTU/ Ideograms of the East and the West: Octavio Paz Blanco, and the Traditions of Modern Poetry
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MARGARITA NIETO/ In Search of the “Other”: Octavio Paz’s The Labyrinth of Solitude and In Light of India
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Book Reviews
STEVEN G. KELLMAN/ Olivier Philipponnat and Patrick Lienhardt, The Life of Irène Némirovsky, 1903–1942
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ASHLEY KRAMER/ Priscilla Parkurst Ferguson, Paris as Revolution: Writing the 19th-Century City
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MIN ZHOU/ Toming Jun Liu, Modernity in Fugue: Revelations of the 19th Century European Literature
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ZHAOLU LU/ Xunwu Chen, Justice, Humanity, and Social Toleration
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Biographical Sketches of Contributors
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