Portions of chapter 4 were previously published as “Impossible Futures: Fictions of Risk in the Longue Durée,” American Literature 89, no. 4 (2017): 761–79; reprinted by permission of Duke University Press. Portions of the Coda were previously published as “Complicity, for the Time Being: Nuclear Entanglements from Atoms for Peace to Fukushima,” in “Complicity in Post-1945 Literature: Theory, Politics, Aesthetics,” ed. Adam Kelly and Will Norman, special issue of Comparative Literature Studies 56, no. 4 (2019): 750–68; reprinted by permission of The Pennsylvania State University Press.
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Names: Hurley, Jessica, author.
Title: Infrastructures of apocalypse : American literature and the nuclear complex / Jessica Hurley.
Description: Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, 2020. | Includes bibliographical references and index.
Identifiers: LCCN 2020020418 (ebook) | ISBN 978-1-4529-6267-2 (ebook)
Subjects: LCSH: Nuclear warfare in literature. | American literature—20th century—History and criticism. | American literature—Minority authors—History and criticism. | Apocalyptic literature—History and criticism. | End of the world in literature. | Minorities in literature. | Nuclear warfare and literature.
Classification: LCC PS228.N83 (ebook) | DDC 810.9/38—dc23
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