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Autism and representation
Autism and Representation: A Comprehensive Introduction Mark Osteen I. Clinical Constructions 1. No Search, No Subject? Autism and the American Conversion Narrative James T. Fisher 2. BrunoExpand
The question of the gift : essays across disciplines
Introduction: Questions of the Gift Mark Osteen Part I: Redefining Reciprocity 1. A Free Gift Makes No Friends James Laidlaw 2. Unbalanced Reciprocity: Asymmetrical Gift-Giving and Social HierarchyExpand
Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction
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The New Economic Criticism : Studies at the interface of literature and economics
This collection brings together twenty-seven essays by influential literary and cultural historians, as well as representatives of the vanguard of postmodernist economics. Contributors include:Expand
The Economy of Ulysses: Making Both Ends Meet
This work reads Ulysses from a number of different economic perspectives as it also moves toward an analysis of the role of the reader in the economics of interpreting Joyce's novel.
Introduction: questions of the gift
Jazzing the Gift: Improvisation, Reciprocity, Excess
This essay proposes that jazz improvisation and gift giving share many principles and practices, including spontaneity, reciprocity, excess, and risk. Jam sessions, where musicians share and exploreExpand
Children of Godard and Coca-Cola: Cinema and Consumerism in Don DeLillo's Early Fiction
n an interview with Tom LeClair, novelist Don DeLillo was asked the "great bar-mitzvah question"-to name some writers who had influenced him. He eventually listed novels by Joyce, Nabokov, Faulkner,Expand