Responses: On Paul de Man's Wartime Journalism

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Contents
Preface, vii
Acknowledgements, ix
DOCUMENTS
Paul de Man: A Chronology, I9I9-1949, xi
ESSAYS
Timothy Bahti
Telephonic Crossroads: The Reversal and the Double Cross, I
Ian Balfour
"Difficult Reading": De Man's Itineraries, 6
John Brenkman
Fascist Commitments, 21
Stephen Bretzius
Synchronic Theory and Absolutism : Et tu, Brute? De Man's Wartime Writings, 36
Cynthia Chase
Trappings of an Education, 44
Stanley Corngold
On Paul de Man's Collaborationist Writings, 80
Els de Bens
Paul de Man and the Collaborationist Press, 85
Ortwin de Graef
Aspects of the Context of Paul de Man's Earliest Publications followed by Notes on Paul de Man's Flemish Writings, 96
Jacques Derrida
Like the Sound of the Sea Deep Within a Shell: Paul de Man's War [tr. Peggy Kamuf], 127
Aris Fioretos
To Read Paul de Man [tr. Birgit Baldwin], 165
William Flesch
Ancestral Voices: De Man and His Defenders, 173
Hans-Jost Frey
Literature, Ideology [tr. Stuart Barnett], 185
Thomas Fries
Paul de Man's 1940-1942 Articles in Context [tr. Judith Geerke and Glenn W. Most], 193
Catherine Gallagher
Blindness and Hindsight, 204
Rodolphe Gasché
Edges of Understanding, 208
Alexander Gelley
Regarding the Signatory, 221
Sandor Goodhart
Disfiguring de Man: Literature, History, and Collaboration, 226
Gerald Graff
Looking Past the de Man Case, 246
Peggy Kamuf
Impositions: A Violent Dawn at Le Soir,255
Alice Yaeger Kaplan
Paul de Man, Le Soir, and the Francophone Collaboration (1940-1942), 266
Richard Klein
DeMan's Resistances: A Contribution to the Future Science of DeManology, 285
S. Heidi Krueger
Opting to Know: On the Wartime Journalism of Paul de Man, 298
Jeffrey S. Librett
From the Authority of Appropriate (De)form(ation) to—: Toward De Man's Totalitarian Acts, 3I4
Jeffrey Mehlman
Perspectives: On De Man and Le Soir,324
J. Hillis Miller
An Open Letter to Professor Jon Wiener, 334
Kevin Newmark
Resisting, Responding, 343
Richard Rand
Rigor Vitae,350
Herman Rapaport
De Man Ce Soir, 356
Tobin Siebers
Mourning Becomes Paul de Man, 363
S. David Sperling
Observations on Occupation, 368
Michael Sprinker
Determinations: Paul de Man's Wartime Journalism, 370
Allan Stoekl
De Man and Guilt, 375
Andrzej Warminski
Terrible Reading (preceded by "Epigraphs"), 386
Lindsay Waters
Paul de Man: A Sketch of Two Generations, 397
Samuel Weber
The Monument Disfigured, 404
Edouard Colinet
Paul de Man and the Cercle du Libre Examen, 426
Werner Hamacher,
Journals, Politics [tr. Peter Burgard et al.], 438
Thomas Keenan
Documents: Public Criticisms, 468

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