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Caving subjects, wonderful monsters: Convivencia after 1492
Counterfeit politics: The conspiracy narrative in twentieth-century U.S. and Argentine literature
Faber suae fortunae: Subject's self-constitution in French novelistic narrative (Lafayette, Marivaux, Stendhal)
Extimate existence: The uncanny poetics of Rainer Maria Rilke and Boris Pasternak
Hospitality as a sign of cosmopolitan morality
Combatting the modern state: War and literature as weak dialectic in Galdos, Sender, Semprun and Goytisolo
The politics of walking in the long eighteenth century
Language and being in Heidegger and Holderlin
Playing, beyond the fields of trauma: An interdisciplinary and multi-media approach to reading Thanatos and Eros in psychoanalysis, literature, science and technology
Literary representations of family and nation in the writings of Joseph Roth, Gunter Grass, Milan Kundera, and Ingeborg Bachmann
The language of suffering: Writing and reading the Holocaust
The dangerous act of seeing the role of the gaze in Maurice Sceve's 1544 "Delie"
Making the global legible: An examination of world polity as it relates to world literature
Artificial Generation: The Hybridization of Female and Form in Gautier, Villiers, Wilde, Hitchcock
Stranded in Arabic: Tales of the Novel in Translation
Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves: Deviants in Post-Revolutionary French and American Novels
Ignazio Silone, Albert Camus, and Manes Sperber: Writing Between Stalinism and Fascism
Presence, Absence and Divine Vision. A Comparative Study of the "Cantico espiritual" and "Rasa Lila"
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