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Afterlives of Modernism
Liberalism, Transnationalism, and Political Critique
John Carlos Rowe

Dartmouth College Press



Contents

Preface
• Introduction: The Inevitable Intimate Connection
• LIBERAL MODERNISM AND TRANSNATIONALISM
• Naming What Is Inside: Gertrude Stein’s Use of Names in
Three Lives
John Dos Passos’s Imaginary City in Manhattan Transfer
Faulkner and the Southern Arts of Mystification in Absalom, Absalom!
Our Invisible Man: The Aesthetic Genealogy of U.S. Diversity
• POSTWAR LIBERALISM AND THE NEW COSMOPOLITANISM
• Racism, Fetishism, and the Gift Economy in Harper Lee’s
To Kill a Mockingbird
Alien Encounter: Thomas Berger’s Neighbors as a Critique of Existential Humanism
• Buried Alive: The Native American Political Unconscious in Louise Erdrich’s Fiction
• Neoliberalism and the U.S. Literary Canon: The Example of Philip Roth
• Bibliography
• Index

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