Volume 35, Issue 2 (1993) Fin de Siecle Perspectives on Twentieth-Century Literature and Culture
The essays in this issue are divided into two parts, the first, entitled "Post-ing Modernism," form a unit in which there are obvious overlapping concerns. This section was edited by Kathryne V. Lindberg, to whom I am grateful for soliciting the contributions and helping to bring them to final form. The second part contains two other essays that, while dealing with some related material, highlight other cultural issues. The two book reviews add studies with obvious theoretical affiliations with the articles in both parts of this number.
Postmodernism / Fin de Siecle: The Prospects for Openness in a Decade of Closure
Art and Economics: Duchamp's Postmodern Returns
Resembling Pound: Mimesis, Translation, Ideology
Acting Out: Method Acting, the National Culture, and the Middlebrow Disposition in Cold War America
Primo Levi and the Language of Witness