Lit-Literature Interpretation Theory

(The TQCC of Lit-Literature Interpretation Theory is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
Archival and Affective Displacements: The Ethics of Self-reflexivity, Shame, and Sacrifice in J.M. Coetzee’s Life-Writing1
Complex Slasher Characters in American Basic Cable Television1
Chasing David Copperfield’s Memory of a Stained Glass Window: Or, Meditations on the Postsecular and Postcritical1
Fiction Passing for Non-Fiction: (Un)Real Identity and Fake News in The Human Stain1
After Peele: Get Out’s Influence on the Horror Genre and Beyond0
Inoperativity and Forgiveness in Paul Muldoon’s “Dirty Data”10
Sense and Sensibilityand Psychoanalysis: Jane Austen and the Kristevan Semiotic0
Vietnam Vet Noir After 9/11: Quarry,Dog Soldiers, and the Anti-Ethical Appeal of a Contemporary Subgenre0
Processes of Abjection: Toward a Marxist Theory of Horror0
Emerging Trends in Horror Film and Television: Part 20
Structural Racism and Just War Theory in Post-World War II America: Susan Choi and Toni Morrison on Violence, Imagination, and Human Flourishing0
The Book, Meaning, and Densities of Essential Forms in J.M. Coetzee’s Foe0
From Superhero to Tragic Hero: Rethinking Genre and Character in Ryan Coogler’sBlack Panther0
Gastropods, Viruses, and Deep Time in The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating0
“Breaking the Frame:” The Role of Artmaking in Narratives of Migration and Diaspora0
Wartime for Duz and Grape-Nut Flakes: Nostalgia, Capital, and War in Don DeLillo’s “Human Moments in World War III”0
College Parochialism0
Man-Made Menopause and Architectural Embodiment in Herman Melville’s “I and My Chimney”0
“See I Know How to Grab It”: Capturing Money in the Neoliberal Heist Film0
“Food Becomes a Measured Thing”: Family, Food, and Violence in Latina Memoir0
“You Who Called Me Scout are Dead and in Your Grave”: Fathers and Daughters in Go Set a Watchman and to Kill a Mockingbird0
“The Spaces Between”: Bernadette Mayer’sMemoryand the Interstitial Archive0
“Maimed and Naked Monks in the Bloodslaked Dust”: Augustine, Aquinas, and Cormac McCarthy on Just War0
Children of the Culture Wars: Secularism, Aesthetics, and Judgments of Value in Zadie Smith’sOn Beauty0
Roads, Misogyny, and the Rape Culture in Joyce Carol Oates’ Rape: A Love Story and Cara Hoffman’s So Much Pretty0
The Girl with All the Gifts: Eco-Zombiism, the Anthropocalypse, and Critical Lucidity0
Jennifer Egan’s Digital Archive: A Visit from the Goon Squad, Humanism, and the Digital Experience0
“Live in Fragments No Longer. Only Connect.”: The Alienation and Self-Restoration of the Subject in Olga Tokarczuk’s Flights0
The Trouble with Talking to God: Devotional Address in Jorie Graham’s Prayer Poetry0
Contemporary Gothic Horror Cinema: The Imagined Pasts and Traumatic Ghosts of Crimson Peak (2015) and The Woman in Black (2012)0
“Prior Justification”: Neo-World War II Films as Rhetorical Appeals for “Just War” in the New Millennium0
Natural Theology and the Revelation ofLittle Dorrit0
Hierarchies of Identity and Non-Belonging: The Unimagined Community in K. H. Lim’s Written in Black0
Moments of Being, Moments of Nonbeing: Humanism and Posthumanism in Virginia Woolf’s “A Sketch of the Past” andTo the Lighthouse0
Anachronism in the Anthropocene: Plural Temporalities and the Art of Noticing in Ruth Ozeki’s A Tale for the Time Being0
Barack Obama’s “Drone Speech” and the Meaning of “Just War” After 9/110
Metafiction, Lexical Ostentation, and Censorship in Umezaki Haruo’s “B-tō fūbutsushi”0
The Secret History of HB-2: Bathroom Safety in the Eighteenth Century and Beyond0
Archives, Asylums, and Remembering Landscapes in Barry’s The Secret Scripture0
“The Spirit of Martyrdom is Over”: Irony, Communication, and Indifference in Daniel Defoe’sThe Shortest Way with the Dissenters(1702)0
Innocence, Provocation, and Moral Injury: The Problem of Discrimination in Phil Klay’s Redeployment0
The Limit Point of Hope: Black Theology and Gloria Naylor’s the Women of Brewster Place0
Fanny’s Place in the Family: Useful Service and the Social Order inMansfield Park0
Contemporary Basque Horror: Legado en los huesos (2019) and the Value of Regional Readings within National Traumas0
Literary Siblings, Decoloniality, and Delinking from the State: ReadingMoby-Dickat the Open City of Ritoque, Chile0
Defects of (Human) Nature? Cognitive Biases in Golding’s Lord of the Flies0
Einfühlung Als Gemeinschaft : Edith Stein, Emotional Numbing, and Anhedonia—A Way Forward0
Finding Hope in the “Radical Ordinary”: Charles Dickens’s Perspectives on Christianity inBleak HouseandLittle Dorrit0
Against Rights: Jeremy Bentham on Sexual Liberty and Legal Reform0
“You Can’t Stop Picturing that Beautiful Handset”: The Found Phone Trope in Twenty-First-Century Media0
Reading Contemporary American Warfare with Just War Theory0
Speaking Fees: Capital, Colony, and Reference in China Miéville’sEmbassytown0
“The Comrades are Sweet, but They Never Chat, They Make Speeches All the Time”: On Laughter and Linearity in Nancy Mitford’s The Pursuit of Love0
Severe Pain and Good Faith: Just War Theory’s Right Intention in the Bush-Era Torture Memos0
Can Postcritique Handle a “Heaven-sent” Text?: Quranic Enchantment in Mohja Kahf’sThe Girl in the Tangerine Scarfand Ayad Akhtar’sAmerican Dervish0
Reeducating The Sympathizer : Refugee Aesthetics and Intertextuality Recode the Western Canon0
The Ghosts in the Machine: Screened Reality and the Desktop Film0
Agency, Mobility, and Constraint in Neoliberal Fiction of Female Labor0
Reparative Reading and Christian Anarchism0
Wrestling with the Eco-Self in John Webster's Duchess of Malfi0
Psychoanalysis and the Politics of Prestige Horror0
Speculative Formalism: Religion and Literature for a Postsecular Age0
The Impossibility of (Not) Serving: Sovereignty and Subjectivity throughInfernoIX0
Being Vendible: Commodification and Agency in All’s Well That Ends Well0
Emerging Trends in Horror Film and Television: Part 10