What Counts as World Literature?

An issue of: Modern Language Quarterly

What Counts as World Literature?
Journal Issue Pages: 176 Volume 74, Number 2 Published: June 2013 An issue of Modern Language Quarterly


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1. Home on the Train: Race and Mobility in The Life and Adventures of Nat Love–Susan Scheckel

2. Family Embraces: The Unholy Kiss and Authorial Relations in The Wide, Wide World–Jana Argersinger

3. "Then Began He to Rant and Threaten": Indian Malice and Individual Liberty in Mary Rowlandson's Captivity Narrative–Pamela Lougheed

4. Bodies in Labor: Sole Proprietorship and the Labor of Conduct in The Coquette–C. Leiren Mower

5. Textual Sentimentalism: Incest and Authorship in Pierre–Gillian Silverman

6. "Indelicate Exposure": Sentiment and Law in Fall River: An Authentic Narrative–Jeanne Elders DeWaard

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