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Vol.66No.32020
Biopolitics in A Journal of the Plague Year
The Implosion of Irish Elegy: Paul Muldoon’s “The More a Man Has, the More a Man Wants”
The Power of Absence: Derrida, Lao Tzu and Shelley’s “To A Skylark”
The Sham and the Fanatic: Conrad’s Anarchists in “Ironic,” “Desperate,” and Simple Tales
Language, Gesture, and the Task of Theatre: András Visky’s Dramaturgical Ethics
Be My Boy: Polly Milton’s Female Empowerment and Marginalized Masculinities in Louisa May Alcott’s An Old-Fashioned Girl
The Sound of Silence: The Idea of Pure Language in W. S. Merwin’s Later Poetry
Audre Lorde’s Zami: A New Spelling of My Name as an Autoethnography