Issue Content

Volume 36, Number 4
May/June 2015

Focus: Human Rights

Sophia A. McClennen's Introduction to Focus: The Human Rights Turn

Andrés Amerikaner reviews Edwidge Danticat's Brother, I'm Dying

Jennifer A. Reimer reviews Uwem Akpan's Say You're One of Them

Audrey Golden reviews M. NourbeSe Philip's Zong!

Tony Cella reviews Sergio González Rodríguez's Campo de guerra (Battleground)

James Dawes reviews Peter de Bolla's The Architecture of Concepts: The Historical Formation of Human Rights

Rachel Wahl reviews James Dawes's Evil Men

Belinda Walzer reviews Roland Burke's Decolonization and The Evolution of International Human Rights

Feature: Women Unbound

Aimee Parkinson reviews Nickole Brown's Fanny Says

Liana Vrajitoru reviews Mihaela Moscaliuc's Immigrant Model

Marc Jampole reviews Veronica Golos's Rootwork

Robert Kramer reviews Yuko Otomo's Study

Book Reviews

Daniel T. O'Hara reviews Harold Bloom's The Daemon Knows: Literary Greatness and the American Sublime

Barry Wallenstein reviews Colette Inez's The Luba Poems

Laura C. Stevenson reviews Marina Warner's Once Upon a Time: A Short History of Fairy Tales

Myrdene Anderson reviews Cecilia Ekbäck's Wolf Winter

Aaron Hammes reviews Jorge Armenteros's The Book of I

Jane Rosenberg LaForge reviews Tom LaFarge's The Broken House

Beverly Tomek reviews Robert B. McKersie's A Decisive Decade: An Insider's View of the Civil Rights Movement during the 1960s

Judith Podell reviews Jen Grow's My Life as a Mermaid

Shoney Flores reviews Yoss's and Augustín de Rojas's A Planet for Rent and A Legend of the Future

Eugene Wildman reviews Rex Burwell's Capone, the Cobbs, and Me

Jonathan Gagas reviews Patricia Gherovivi and Manya Steinkoler's, eds., Lacan on Madness: Madness, Yes You Can't


From Our Own - Hassan Melehy reviews John Tytell's The Beat Interviews: Conversations with Allen Ginsberg, William S. Burroughs, John Clellon Holmes, Herbert Huncke, and Carl Solomon

Page 2 - Jeffrey R. Di Leo's "Welcome to the Machine: Self-Publishing in America III"


Featured Reviews

Daniel T. O'Hara reviews
Harold Bloom's
The Daemon Knows

Barry Wallenstein reviews
Colette Inez's
The Luba Poems


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