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Vol.64No.32018
Bad Subjects and the Transnational Minjung: The Poetry of Jason Koo and Ed Bok Lee
Difference, not Differentiation: The Thingness of Language in Sun Yung Shin’s Skirt Full of Black
The Formation of Korean-ness and the Advent of the Split-Consciousness: Embracing Multiple Realities in Yeom Sangseop’s Mansejeon
Shakespeare’s Roman Plays and His Skepticism
Things That Might Occur When Objects Show Up: A Story of Life of Things and Their Ethics in Wordsworth’s Early Works
Failing the Game Quests in James Joyce’s “Araby”
The Eluded Allusion: A Satirical Reading of Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness
The Haunted Black South and the Alternative Oceanic Space: Jesmyn Ward’s Sing, Unburied, Sing
Changing Identities and the Legacy of Black Fanaticism in The Confessions of Nat Turner and Two Films Entitled The Birth of a Nation
Scale, Untranslatability, Cultural Translation, and World Literature
2017 JELL Forum on Literature and Human Rights: A Roundtable “Narrating Rights: Literary Texts and Human, Nonhuman, and Inhuman Demands”