Contents

Front Matter

“The Body in the Bath”: Dorothy L. Sayers's Whose Body? and Embodied Detective Fiction
Eric Sandberg, pp. 5-22 | doi number: 
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“Great Sleepless Artists”: Humbert Humbert's Insomnias in Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita 
Sarah Kingston, pp. 23-36 | doi number: 
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The Brave New Worlds of Birth Control: Women's Travel in Soviet Russia and Naomi Mitchison's We Have Been Warned  
Julia Chan, pp. 37-48| doi number: 
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The urgent problems of the usage from the equipments of teaching and resources during the training process in the secondary schools of Azerbaijan". 
Narmina Mammadova, pp. 49-62| doi number: 
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“Throat in Hand”: Myung Mi Kim's Poetics of the Physical  
Greg Kinzer, pp. 63-71| doi number: 
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“A Genius for Unreality”: Neurodiversity in Elizabeth Bowen's Eva Trout 
Valerie O'Brien, pp. 72-89| doi number: 
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“Contemplating the idiot” in Virginia Woolf's Between the Acts 
Rebecah Pulsifer, pp. 90-116| doi number: 
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Modernism, Mental Hygiene, and the Embodiment of Mental Disability 
Joshua R. Galat, pp. 117-128| doi number: 
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Kinesthetic Empathy, Physical Recoil: The Conflicting Embodied Affects of Samuel Beckett's Quad  
Hannah Simpson, pp. 129-141 | doi number: 
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Malleable Sculptures in Virginia Woolf's Jacob's Room and Early Travel Diaries  
Imola Nagy-Seres, pp. 142-155 | doi number: 
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The Failed-Escape Artist: Kafka, Houdini and “In the Penal Colony” 
Lillian Hingley, pp. 156-167 | doi number: 
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Narrative Strategies and Fictional Intellectual Disabilities  
The Secret Life of Stories: From Don Quixote to Harry Potter, How Understanding Intellectual Disability Transforms the Way We Read by Michael Bérubé, pp. 168-175 | doi number: 
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“A spectacle and nothing strange”: Rebecca Sanchez's Deafening Modernism  
Deafening Modernism: Embodied Language and Visual Poetics in American Literature 
Rebecca Sanchez, pp. 176-185 | doi number: 
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Normativity and the Modernist Bodymind  
Bodies of Modernism: Physical Disability in Transatlantic Modernist Literature 
Maren Tova Linett
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A Fragmentary Illness  
Unica Zürn: Art, Writing and Postwar Surrealism 
Esra Plumer, pp. 192-205 | doi number: 
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 Back Matter, pp. 206-207 | doi number: 
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