Table of contents for Irritable bodies and postmodern subjects in Pynchon, Puig, Volponi / Giorgio Mobili.

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 		 TABLE OF CONTENTS
Acknowledgments						ii
Chapter I
 1. Introduction: The Body and the Real					1
 2. Courting the Real of the Body: The Book of Daniel				17
Chapter II
 Desire, Corporeality, and the Real in V.			 	 47
Chapter III
 Faraway, So Close: Hyperreal Density and Disappearing Bodies
 in The Buenos Aires Affair 							115
Chapter IV
 The Body Factor: Language, Corporeality, and Utopia
 in Il pianeta irritabile								185
Conclusion
 ¿Something Rotten in Law¿: The Body, the Harrow, 
 and the Perverse Core of the Symbolic						270
Works Cited										280
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Fiction -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Pynchon, Thomas -- Criticism and interpretation.
Puig, Manuel -- Criticism and interpretation.
Volponi, Paolo -- Criticism and interpretation.
Postmodernism (Literature).
Body, Human, in literature.