SEPTEMBER 2017 (44.3) TABLE OF CONTENTS

Special Issue
Literary Texts and Contexts: Comparing the World and the World of Comparison

Guest Editors: Jonathan Locke Hart, Wu Shang, and Kang Yaru

Introduction
Literary Texts and Contexts: Comparing the World and the World of Comparison
Jonathan Locke Hart 363

Thoughts That Do Lie Too Deep for Tears: Comparative Literature Versus World Literature
J. Hillis Miller 378

The Three Futures of World Literature
Haun Saussy 397

What Is Left of Comparative Literature and World Literature? Notes on International Literature, Its Concrete Universality and Enigmacity
Jean Bessière 407

Comparative Literature: Can This Marriage Be Saved?
Dorothy Figueira 420

Worlding Comparative Literature: Beyond Postcolonialism
Theo D’haen 436

Aesthetic Imaginary: Rethinking the “Comparative”
Ranjan Ghosh 449

The Location of World Literature
Galin Tihanov 468

Texts and Images in a National, Comparative, and World Context
Jonathan Locke Hart 482

World Poetry, without Baedeker: The Very Idea
Ming Xie 501

Personal Geographies and Liminal Identities in Three Early Modern Women’s Life Writings about War
I-Chun Wang 510

Love for the World: Shakespeare, National Literature, and Weltliteratur
Q.S. Tong 522

Shakespeare’s Global Weirding: Macbeth’s Posting of “Anthropos,” Cinematization, and the Era of Extinction
Tom Cohen 537

Articulations in Translation at the Intersection of World Literature and Popular Culture: Film and TV Adaptations of Ishiguro’s Never Let Me Go
Wu Shang 553

Vision and Self-Consciousness in The Picture of Dorian Gray
Hao Li 565

Time Has Begun: Hu Feng’s Poesis in Socialist China, 1937-50
Ruth Y.Y. Hung 579

Literature, History, and Narrative: A New Historicist Reading of Yan Geling’s “Celestial Bath”
Guo Rong 594

Self-Critique Prompted by Immersion in (An)Other Culture: Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson, Xu Zhimo, and Pearl S. Buck
King-Kok Cheung 607