Volume 19, Numbers 1-2 Hunger

Contents

ZAHI ZALLOUA
Theorizing Hunger

CHRISTIAN MORARU
”To Eat Is a Compromise”: Theory, Identity, and Dietary Politics after Kafka

PETER ATTERTON
Nourishing the Hunger of the Other: A Rapprochement between Levinas and Darwin

REBECCA GOULD
Modernity, Madness, Disenchantment: Don Quixote’s Hunger

ALYS MOODY
Tasteless Beckett: Towards an Aesthetics of Hunger

MATTHEW MULLINS
Hunger and the Apocalypse of Modernity in Cormac McCarthy’s The Road

SOPHIA A. MCCLENNEN
From the Aesthetics of Hunger to the Cosmetics of Hunger in Brazilian Cinema: Meirelles’ City of God

NICOLE SIMEK
Hungry Ironies in the French Antilles

LESLIE HEYWOOD
Hunger, Emotions, and Sport: A Biocultural Approach

RANJAN GHOSH
Aesthetics of Hunger: (In)fusion Approach, Literature, and the Other

LYNN Z. BLOOM
Feeding Hunger: Three Things I Take for Granted about Food—and Shouldn’t

General Articles

BEN STOLTZFUS
Magritte, Cladel, and The Tomb of the Wrestlers: Roses, Daggers, and Love in Interarts Discourse

WILLIAM V. SPANOS
Herman Melville’s Pierre; or, The Ambiguities and Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park: The Imperial Violence of the Novel of Manners

ANDREW HOCK SOON NG
Toni Morrison’s Beloved: Space, Architecture, Trauma

PAMELA MANSUTTI
Attraction, Death, and Digital Jouissance in Robert Coover’s A Night at the Movies

STACY THOMPSON
Ethics Not Happiness: A House Is Not a Holmes

N.R. HELMS
”Where She Comes From”: Mindreading in Levring’s The King is Alive

Review Articles

JAMES G. HART
The Postmodern Guise of Christ

BRIAN O’KEEFFE
In Praise of Excess

JEFFREY R. DI LEO
Who Wants the Liberal Arts?

JERRY A. VARSAVA
Under Construction: ”World Literature” in the Twenty-First Century

ELISABETH MERMANN-JOZWIAK
Post-Pinochet: Dorfman’s (and McClennan’s) Quest for an Aesthetics

Interviews

JEFFREY J. WILLIAMS
The Wages of Globalization: An Interview with Lisa Lowe

JEFFREY J. WILLIAMS
The Drag of Masculinity: An Interview with Judith ”Jack” Halberstam