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Contents List of Illustrations 000 Acknowledgments 000 Introduction: Networking Liminality 000 1. The Uses of Literature for Feminist Science Studies: Tracing Liminal Lives 000 2. The Cultured Cell: Life and Death at Strangeways 000 3. The Hybrid Embryo and Xenogenic Desire 000 4. Giant Babies: Graphing Growth in the Early Twentieth Century 000 5. Incubabies and Rejuvenates: The Traffic between Technologies of Reproduction and Age Extension 000 6. Transplant Medicine and Transformative Narrative 000 7. Liminal Performances of Aging: From Replacement to Regeneration 000 Coda: The Pluripotent Discourse of Stem Cells: Liminality, Relexivity, and Literature 000 Notes 000 Works Cited 000 Index 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Human reproductive technology.
Medicine in Literature.
Reproductive Techniques -- ethics.