issue 21:2, spring-summer 2013


Issue 21.2 of qui parle, is now available in print through Duke University Press, and online at Project Muse and JSTOR.

The Spring/Summer 2013 issue includes:

  • John Brenkman on Hopkins, modernity and belief
  • Ann Smock on Emmanuel Hocquard
  • Marc Redfield on Wordsworth and the apocalypse
  • Shaka McGlotten and Sarah Vangundy on the sexual lives of zombies
  • Claudio Magris on literature, science and religion
  • Jordan Greenwald reviews Michael Moon’s Darger’s Resources
  • Adam Hutz reviews Hélène Mialet’s Hawking Incorporated
  • Bradford Taylor reviews Rei Terada’s Looking Away: Phenomenality and Dissatisfaction, Kant to Adorno and Gerhard Richter’s Afterness: Figures of Following in Modern Thought and Aesthetics

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