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EXIT 9
The Rutgers Journal of Comparative Literature
Volume IX, 2008
"Textuality and Terror"

Copyright © 2008, Graduate Program in Comparative Literature
Rutgers, The State University of New jersey

Cover Illustration:
Case Revolver (2001)
Image used with permission from Nicholas Ganz
Graffiti World: Street Art from Five Countinents
New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc. 2004. page 43

Table of Contents:
Page 1 | Introduction

Papers:
Page 3 | "Toward A Non-Normative Concept Of Terrorism"
by Ron Wheeler

Page 23 | "Nomadology And The Rhetoric On Terror"
by Sandra Sokowski

Page 35 | "Otherness In Anna Letitia Barbauld's "Eighteen Hundred And Eleven": Prophesizing Terror In 19th Century England"
by Rachel Golland

Page 51 | "Otherness In Anna Letitia Barbauld's "Eighteen Hundred And Eleven": Prophesizing Terror In 19th Century England"
by Maryam El-Shall

Page 75 | ""A Terrible Beauty Is Born": A Postmodern Definition of Terrorism And Don Delillo's "The Uniforms"
by Natalie Leppard

Page 93 | "The Terror Complex: Don Delillo's Cosmopolis"
by Patrick Jagoda

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