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    Translating Whispers: Recitation, Realism, Religion.Michael Allan - 2021 - Substance 50 (1):10-26.
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    World Literature in Stereo: Magnetic Tape and the Media Futures of Global Literary History.Jacob Edmond - 2021 - Substance 50 (1):27-53.
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    The Postlingual Turn.Yasser Elhariry & Rebecca L. Walkowitz - 2021 - Substance 50 (1):3-9.
    No one is born speaking or writing a language. We all begin as language learners, and in that sense, there are no native languages. There are only foreign languages. As language educators and as scholars of literatures produced by Black, migrant, indigenous, and multilingual artists, we know that even the universalism of “foreign languages” and “second languages”—which holds the Other at tongue’s length, so to speak—needs to be replaced by the universalism of “additional languages.” Every language is an additional language, (...)
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    The Inappropriable: On Oikology, Care, and Writing Life.Kélina Gotman - 2021 - Substance 50 (1):116-139.
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    Liban. Mémoires Fragmentées D’Une Guerre Obsédante: L’Anamnèse Dans la Production Culturelle Francophone (2000–2015) by Carla Calargé. [REVIEW]Ghenwa Hayek - 2021 - Substance 50 (1):197-202.
    Anamnesis, the first word in the subtitle of Carla Calargé’s study of the Francophone cultural production of the second and third decades of Lebanon’s post-civil war period, is a keyword that bears further scrutiny for the light that it sheds on Calargé’s approach to her subject matter. From the Greek word for remembrance, anamnesis in Platonic philosophy is the act of recalling – and relearning – that which one once knew, but forgot; it is the retrieval of a past, now-erased (...)
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    Shakespeare’s Spam Poethics.Christine Hoffmann - 2021 - Substance 50 (1):140-161.
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    Faciality and Ontological Doubt in Ralph Eugene Meatyard’s Photography.Atėnė Mendelytė - 2021 - Substance 50 (1):162-181.
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    Exceedingly Non-Monolingual: Associating with Uljana Wolf and Christian Hawkey’s Sonne From Ort.Brigitte Rath - 2021 - Substance 50 (1):76-94.
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    Inuit Songs and Resonating Lyres: Harmony and Resonance in Jean-Luc Nancy’s The Inoperative Community.Krzysztof Skonieczny - 2021 - Substance 50 (1):182-196.
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    Less Than One Language: Typographic Multilingualism and Post-Anglophone Fiction.Rebecca L. Walkowitz - 2021 - Substance 50 (1):95-115.
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    4E Cognition and Eighteenth-Century Fiction: How the Novel Found its Feet by Karin Kukkonen.Wen Yongchao - 2021 - Substance 50 (1):203-209.
    4E cognition is the defining feature of second-generation cognitive science, which replaces a computer-like cognitive processing model with one that highlights the interactive dynamism between the mind, the body and the environment. Research on literary reading in light of 4E cognition has piqued scholarly interest in the theoretical and empirical study of embodied reading. Karin Kukkonen’s 4E Cognition and Eighteenth Century Fiction is the first monograph in this field that proposes a historical approach to cognitive literary studies and examines how (...)
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