Volume 10

10.1—SPRING 1978

Stephen Crane Special Number

Articles:

“Special Number on Stephen Crane, 1978”—Hershel Parker, p. 6
The Red Badge of Courage Nobody Knows”—Henry Binder, p. 9
The Red Badge of Courage and Interpretive Conventions: Critical Response to a Maimed Text”—Steven Mailloux, p. 48
“Maggie’s ‘Last Night’: Authorial Design and Editorial Patching”—Hershel Parker and Brian Higgins, p. 64
“Stephen Crane and the Narrative Methods of Impressionism”—James Nagel, p. 76
“The Permanence of Stephen Crane”—Thomas A. Gullason, p. 86
“Stephen Crane: An Autobibliography”—Eric Solomon, p. 96
“On Crane Now Edited: The University of Virginia Edition of The Works of Stephen Crane”—David J. Nordloh, p. 103
“Stephen Crane: A Review of Scholarship and Criticism since 1969”—Donald Pizer, p. 120
“Stephen Crane’s ‘The Merry-Go-Round’: An Earlier Version of ‘The Pace of Youth’”—Robert Morace, p. 146
The Sketch’s ‘Mr. Stephen Crane’”—Robert Morace, p. 154
“A Letter from Grant Richards to Cora Crane”—Gordon Dossett, p. 156
“‘Old Soldiers Never Die’: A Note on Col. John L. Burleigh”—Sharon Carruthers, p. 158
“The Long Foreground of Corwin Knapp Linson’s My Stephen Crane”—Heddy A. Richter, p. 161
“A Sheaf of Contemporary American Reviews of Stephen Crane”—Marc Ferrara and Gordon Dossett, p. 168


10.2—SUMMER 1978

Articles:

“James’s Sense of an Ending: The Role Played in Its Development by the Popular Conventional Epilogue”—Marianna Torgovnick, p. 183
“Savages in a ‘Bran-New’ World: Carlyle and Our Mutual Friend”—Barry V. Qualls, p. 199
“Russia and the West in Conrad’s Under Western Eyes”—H. S. Gilliam, p. 218
“Radical Disunities: Models of Mind and Madness in Pierre and The Idiot”—Joan Margretta, p. 234
“Language, Truth, and Logic in E. M. Forster’s Passage to India”—Gary Brock, p. 251

Review Essay: 

“Six Views of Melville”—Paul McCarthy, p. 267

Reviews:

Brody, Julio Cortázar: Rayuela—Gene Bell-Villada, p. 280
Halperin, Trollope and Politics: A Study of the Pallisers and Others—Janet Egleson Dunleavy, p. 281
Kannenstine, The Art of Djuna Barnes: Duality and Damnation—Shari Denstock, p. 283
Langbaum, The Mysteries of Identity: A Theme in Modern Literature—Avron Fleishman, p. 284
Peake, James Joyce: The Citizen and the Artist—Phillip F. Herring, p. 288
Suvin, ed., H. G. Wells and Modern Science Fiction—William J. Scheick, p. 291


10.3—FALL 1978

Articles:

Silas Marner and Felix Holt: From Fairy Tale to Feminism”—Richard Conway, p. 295
“Muddle and Wonderful No-Meaning: Verbal Irresponsibility and Verbal Failures in Hard Times”—Peter Bracher, p. 305
“‘A Good Hand at a Serial’: Thomas Hardy and the Serialization of Far From the Madding Crowd”—Lawrence Jones, p. 320
“‘And the Woman Is Dead Now’: A Reconsideration of Conrad’s Stein”—Elizabeth Brody Tenenbaum, p. 335
Moby-Dick, an American Lyrical Novel”—Bert Bender, p. 346

Reviews:

Bloom, Anatomies of Egotism: A Reading of the Last Novels of H. G. Wells—Robert M. Philmus, p. 358
Hemenway, Zora Neale Hurston: A Literary Biography—Robert E. Fleming, p. 360
Pinion, Thomas Hardy: Art and Thought and Page, Thomas Hardy—Mary Saunders, p. 361
Pollard, Anthony Trollope and Terry, Anthony Trollope: The Artist in Hiding and Cockshut, Man and Woman: A Study of Love and the Novel 1740-1940—John Halperin, p. 363
Purdy and Millgate, eds., The Collected Letters of Thomas Hardy, Vol. I (1840-1892) and Gittings, Thomas Hardy’s Later Years—John P. Farrell, p. 368
Spacks, Imagining Self: Autobiography and Novel in Eighteenth-Century England—Stuart M. Tave, p. 370
Walsh, Patrick White’s Fiction—Manly Johnson, p. 371


10.4—WINTER 1978

Articles:

David Copperfield: ‘The Theme of This Incomprehensible Conundrum Was the Moon’”—Mark M. Hennelly, Jr., p. 375
“The Jew as Underground/Confidence Man: I. B. Singer’s Enemies, a Love Story”—Ben Siegel, p. 397
Melville’s Mardi: One Book or Three?”—J. Michael Sears, p. 411
Omoo: Germinal Melville”—Steven E. Kemper, p. 420
“James and Emerson: The Ethical Context of The Ambassadors”—David Robinson, p. 431
“‘Suitable Conclusions’: The Two Endings of Oates’s Wonderland”—David Leon Higdon, p. 447

Review Essay: 

“Women and Fiction: Life as Imitation of Art”—Lydia Blanchard, p. 454

Reviews: 

Albright, Personality and Impersonality: Lawrence, Woolf, and Mann and Russell, Style in Modern British Fiction: Studies in Joyce, Lawrence, Forster, Lewis and Green—Eugene Goodheart, p. 462
Herring, ed., Joyce’s Notes and Early Drafts for “Ulysses”: Selections from the Buffalo Collection—A. Walton Luiz, p. 464
Holquist, Dostoevsky and the Novel—Sona Stephan Hoisington, p. 467
King, Tragedy in the Victorian Novel—Theory and Practice in the Novels of George Eliot, Thomas Hardy and Henry James—Cedric Cullingford, p. 468
Peck, A World by Itself: The Pastoral Moment in Cooper’s Fiction—Richard D. Rust, p. 470
Romano, Dickens and Reality and Westburg, The Confessional Fictions of Charles Dickens—William Burgan, p. 471
Sekora, Luxury: The Concept in Western Thought, Eden to Smollett—Elizabeth Cullingford, p. 476
Smith, Lawrence and Women—Karl Vsadnik, p. 477

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