Vol 42, No 1 (2011)

January 2011

the cosmopolitan novel

Table of Contents

Editorial

The Cosmopolitan Novel: Notes from the Editor
 
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Introduction

Introduction
Emily Johansen, Soo Yeon Kim
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Articles

Once There Was Cosmopolitanism: Enchanted Pasts as Global History in the Contemporary Novel
Bishnupriya Ghosh
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“Any Educated Person Would Know”: Cosmopolitan Aesthetics, Good Taste, and ‘Knowing Better’ in Peter Carey’s My Life as a Fake
Lewis MacLeod
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Ethical Treason: Radical Cosmopolitanism In Salman Rushdie’s Fury (2001)
Soo Yeon Kim
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Authoritarianism, Cosmopolitanism, Allegory
Jini Kim Watson
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In and Out of the Spectacle: Beijing Olympics and Yiyun Li’s The Vagrants
Belinda Kong
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Risky Cosmopolitanism: Risk and Responsibility in Catherine Bush’s The Rules of Engagement
Emily Johansen
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The Voices of Others: Dave Eggers and New Directions for Testimony Narrative and Cosmopolitan Literary Collaboration
Brian Yost
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Interviews

What is World Literature?
Wang Ning, David Damrosch
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Reviews

Wang Ning. Translated Modernities: Literary and Cultural Perspectives on Globalization and China.
Sun Yifeng
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Sourayan Mookerjea, Imre Szeman, Gail Faurschou, eds. Canadian Culture Studies: A Reader
Lily Cho
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Other

Notes on Contributors
 
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Front Matter
 
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Ads
 
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