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48, 3 (2017)

Summer 2017

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  • Simon Goldhill, “The Limits of the Case Study: Exemplarity and the Reception of Classical Literature”
  • Paul Fleming, “Tragedy, for Example: Distant Reading and Exemplary Reading (Moretti)” | Download Article
  • Eric Hayot, “What Happens to Literature if People Are Artworks?”
  • Joshua Foa Dienstag, “The Example of History and the History of Examples in Political Theory”
  • Nicholas Paige, “Examples, Samples, Signs: An Artifactual View of Fictionality in the French Novel, 1681-1830”
      
  • Helen Small, “Speech Beyond Toleration: On Carlyle and Moral Controversialism Now”
  • Baidik Bhattacharya, “Reading Rancière: Literature at the Limit of World Literature”
  • Laura Zebuhr, “Sound Enchantment: The Case of Henry David Thoreau”


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