GRAMMA: Journal of Theory and Criticism, volume 16

Contents \n\nIntroduction, Tatiani G. Rapatzikou and Aliki Varvogli\n\nWriting War\n\n“A Freedom Transcending Mere Materiality”; Catch-22, Temporality, Trauma, and Responsibility, Ian Edwards\n\n“The Sixties are Dead: Long Live their Legacy”: The Politics and Poetics of Counterculture, Theodora Tsimpouki\n\nWriting a “War” Novel: Self-referentiality and Post-national Critique in Toni Morrison’s Paradise, Kathryn Nicol\n\nBridging Poetic and Cold War Divides in Lyn Hejinian’s Oxota and Vikram Seth’s The Golden Gate, Jacob Edmond\n\nMediating Acts of War/Staging Crises of Sensibility: David Rabe’s Sticks and Bones, Eve Ensler’s Necessary Targets, and Sam Shepard’s The God of Hell, Konstantinos Blatanis\n\nFrom Eco-criticism to Eco-terrorism\n\nHop, Skip or Leap? Issues of Accessibility in the Literature of Rachel Carson, Janisse Ray, and Terry Tempest Williams, Helen Bralesford\n\nWhat Is Called Ecoterrorism, Lawrence Buell\n\nHollywood in/on Crisis\n\nHollywood’s Major Crisis and the American Film “Renaissance”, Michalis Kokonis\n\nHow to Do Conspiracy Theory With Fetishism: The Myth of the “Slain King”, Emily Bakola\n\nIllness, Death, and Catastrophe\n\n“The Horror of Self-Reflection”: Writing, Cancer, and Terrorism in Philip Roth’s American Pastoral, Christopher Gair\n\nAmerican Grief: The AIDS Quilt and Texts of Witness, Monica B. Pearl\n\nAbandoning Hope in American Fiction of the 1980s: Catalogues of Gothic Catastrophe, Arthur Redding\n\nFiction Writing after 9/11\n\nPlotting Against America: 9/11 and the Spectacle of Terror in Contemporary American Fiction, Catherine Morley\n\nReview Essay American Literature for a Post-American Era, Antonis Balasopoulos\n\nBook Reviews\n\nPhilip Roth (by David Brauner), Reviewed by Yiorgos Kalogeras\n\nAmerican Fiction of the 1990s: Reflections of History and Culture (edited by Jay Posser), Reviewed by Philip Leonard\n\nThe Novel. Vol. I: History, Geography, and Culture (edited by Franco Moretti), Reviewed by Wolfgang Funk\n\nThe Novel. Vol. II: Forms and Themes (edited by Franco Moretti), Reviewed by Colleen Kennedy