March and June 1993, Volume 20, Number 1 and 2

Table of Contents

Articles

"Comparative Poetics, Postmodernism, and the Canon: An Introduction
JONATHAN HART
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1-8
Problems with Comparative Poetics
ANTONY TATLOW
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9-28
Myths About the Chinese Language
Q.S. TONG
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29-47
Constructing Postmodernism: The Chinese Case and Its Different Versions
NING WANG
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49-61
Twilight of the Idols: Poststructuralism and the Renaissance in English Studies in the 1990s
ELISABETH M. RICHMOND-GARZA
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63-78
Strategies of Negotiation in Renaissance Literature and Criticism
KATY EMCK
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79-88
Paradox of Chinese Boxes: Textual Heterarchy in Postermodern Fiction
BENZI ZHANG
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89-103
No hay centro: Postmodernism and Comparative New World Criticism
GEORGE LANG
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105-124
The Problem of Social Semiotics
ANTHONY WALL
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125-137
Frye/About Frye
JONATHAN HART
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139-171
Editor's Note: Canons and Canonization: From Theory to Practice
MILAN V. DIMIĆ
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173-174
Why Study Canonization?
MILAN V. DIMIĆ
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175-186
Historical Canons
ALVIN KERNAN
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187-192
The Aesthetic Factor in Canon Revision: The Case of American Literature
DAVID S. REYNOLDS
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193-200
Canon Harassment
ANNA BALAKIAN
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201-207
Some Roles of American Studies Overseas Today
HOWARD WOLF
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209-217
Reviews
VARIOUS VARIOUS
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219-280
In Memoriam Tibor Klaniczay
EVA KUSHNER
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283-284