Table of contents for Utopian audiences : how readers locate nowhere / Kenneth M. Roemer.

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Illustrations										000
Preface 										000
Introduction: Utopian Studies and Utopian Audiences				000 
Part 1
Placing Readers at the Forefront of Nowhere
Chapter 1. The Nature of Utopian Invitations						000 
Chapter 2. Documenting, Visualizing, and Defining Utopian Reception		000 
Part 2
Culturally, Genre(ly), and Textually Constructed Utopian Readers
Chapter 3. Perceptual Origins: Preparing American Readers to See Utopia		000  
Chapter 4. The Literary Domestication of Utopia: There's No Looking Backward 
without Uncle Tom and Uncle True 							000 
Part 3
From Constructs to a Historically Documented (First) Reader
Chapter 5. Getting Nowhere beyond Stasis: Reading as Exposé, Textual 
Implication, and Life Story								000 
Part 4
Real Utopian Readers from the Turns of Two Centuries
Chapter 6. Reviewers Placing Nowhere						000  
Chapter 7. 733 Aliens Transforming Utopia: Preliminaries				000  
Chapter 8. 733 Aliens Transforming Utopia: Utopian Closings and Openings	000 
Chapter 9. 733 Aliens Transforming Religion, Women, Equality, and Utopia	000 
Afterword: A Gathering of Utopian Audiences					000
A: Characteristics of the Samples						000 
B: Statistics relating to Transformational Associations			000 
C: Questionnaire and Responses						000
D: Sample List of Transformational Associations				000
Notes											000
Works Cited										000
Index											000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: American literature History and criticism, Utopias in literature, Authors and readers English-speaking countries, English literature History and criticism, Utopias English-speaking countries, Reader-response criticism