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This 4-mile walk is a wonderful way to learn about the D & R Canal. The pathway is smooth enough for strollers, joggers, runners, and bikers, as well as walkers. Wildlife is plentiful and frequently spotted. The wildflowers along the second half of the loop are particularly pretty in the fall. 16 The Delaware & Raritan Canal State Park— Kingston to Rocky Hill © B en tle y D re zn er . A ll R ig ht s R es er ve d. www.walkthetrails.org Pl ac e St am p H er e From Princeton, take Route 27 north. Once you have crossed the bridge over the Millstone

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81 Acknowledgments Thanks to the following journals and anthologies, where some of these poems (sometimes in different forms) appeared: Best American Poetry 2018, Boston Review, Cincinnati Review, Chicago Review, Dostoevsky Wan­ nabe’s Cities: Boston, Free Verse, Harvard Review Online, Hyperallergic, Ken­ yon Review, The Nation, New York Review of Books, Oversound, Poets.org Poem­ A­ Day, Poetry Northwest, Prodigal, Raritan, Threepenny Review, Tin House. The author wishes to thank Devin Johnston, Kit Novotny, Hai- Dang Phan, Catherine Stearns, Susan Stewart

appeared, in different form, in Raritan. Its editor, Jackson Lears, is always a source of sage counsel. This book, as promised, is for my daughter. As a teenager, she has shared her expertise about a couple of the subjects mentioned in my title and subtitle. But she has also taught me something more. Those who know her will understand my dedication. A C K N O W L E D G M E N T Sxx |

Books. Copyright 1995–8 NYREV, Inc. Chapter VI: Originally published in James Tully and Daniel M. Weinstock, eds., Philosophy in an Age of Pluralism, Cambridge: Cam- xvi Acknowledgments bridge University Press, 1995, pp. 83–95. Reprinted with the per- mission of Cambridge University Press. Chapter VII: Originally published in Common Knowledge, 6, 1 (1997): 1–5. Chapter VIII: Given as the William James Lecture, Harvard Divin- ity School, 1998; originally published in Raritan: A Quarterly Re- view, Vol. 18, No. 3 (Winter 1999): 1–19. Reprinted by permission. Chapter

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-Anniversary Edition, 2009 First Princeton Classics Edition, 2018 Paper ISBN 978-0-691-17815-8 The Library of Congress has cataloged the prior edition of this book as follows: Library of Congress Control Number 2008938126 Publication of this book has been aided by a grant from The National Endowment for the Humanities The afterword by David Bromwich, titled “Remembering Richard Rorty,” first appeared in Raritan, which has given gracious permission to reprint it here This book has been composed in Linotype Baskerville and Postscript ITC New Baskerville Printed on acid-free paper

, Bucks.: Colin Smythe; and Totowa, N.J.: Barnes and Noble Books). In Chapter 6, I used material from my essay "The Politics of Anglo-Irish Gothic: Maturin, Le Fanu, and 'The Return of the Re­ pressed,'" originally appearing in Studies in Anglo-Irish Literature, ed. Heinz Kosok (Bonn: Bouvier Verlag Herbert Grundmann, 1982). In Chapter 11,1 used material from my essay "Elizabeth Bowen: Anglo- Irish Postmortem," reprinted here by permission from Raritan: A Quarterly Review, 9, no. 2 (1989). Copyright © 1989 by Raritan, 31 Mine St., New Brunswick, NJ 08903. In

chapter 7 appeared in “On Flannery O’Connor” (Raritan: A Quarterly Review 10, no. 3 [Winter 1991]), while a portion of chapter 8 appeared in “For Once, Then, Pynchon” in Texas Studies in Literature and Language 28, no. 2 (Summer 1986). I thank Suzanne Hyman and the editorial board of Raritan, and the editorial board of Texas Studies in Literature and Language and the University of Texas Press for permission to republish. Others have helped see this manuscript through in less visible but no less valuable ways. Robert Brown at Princeton University Press has been a more

chapter 7 appeared in “On Flannery O’Connor” (Raritan: A Quarterly Review 10, no. 3 [Winter 1991]), while a portion of chapter 8 appeared in “For Once, Then, Pynchon” in Texas Studies in Literature and Language 28, no. 2 (Summer 1986). I thank Suzanne Hyman and the editorial board of Raritan, and the editorial board of Texas Studies in Literature and Language and the University of Texas Press for permission to republish. Others have helped see this manuscript through in less visible but no less valuable ways. Robert Brown at Princeton University Press has been a more