- Title Pages
- One “In Order to Thicken the Plot”: Toward a Critical Reception of Cage's Music
- Two John Cage's Queer Silence; or, How to Avoid Making Matters Worse
- Three The Intent of the Musical Moment: Cage and the Transpersonal
- Four Cage as Performer
- Five As Time Passes
- Six David Tudor and the <i>Solo for Piano</i>
- Seven Here Comes Everything
- Eight Cage's Influence
- Nine Cage and the Computer
- Ten Cage's Writings up to the Late 1980s
- Eleven Cage and the Structure of Chance
- Twelve Diary: Cage's Mountain Lake Workshop, April 8–15, 1990
- Thirteen The Making of Cage's <i>One</i><sup>11</sup>
- Writings through John Cage's Music, Poetry, and Art
- University of Chicago Press
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