Volume 12

12.1—SPRING 1980

Articles:

“Sexual Education and Sexual Values in Tom Jones: Confusion at the Core?”—Gene S. Koppel, p. 1
“A Perspective of One’s Own: Thomas Hardy and the Elusive Sue Bridehead”—Elizabeth Langland, p. 12
“Essence and Apparition in Proust”—Donald Aynesworth, p. 29
“Dos Passos’s World War: Narrative Technique and History”—Lois Hughson, p. 46
“Charles Brockden Brown and the International Novel”—Charles E. Bennett, p. 62

Review Essays:

“Women and Fiction: Literature as Politics”—Lydia Blanchard, p. 65
“Configurations of the Ego: Studies of Mailer, Roth, and Salinger”—Peter Balbert, p. 73

Reviews:

Arac, Commissioned Spirits: The Shaping of Social Motion in Dickens, Carlyle, Melville, and Hawthorne—Richard J. Dunn, p. 84
Bonaparte, The Triptych and The Cross: A Key to George Eliot’s Mythologies—Victoria S. Middleton, p. 86
Finholt, American Visionary Fiction: Mad Metaphysics as Salvation Psychology—Ann Rayson, p. 88
Gomme, D. H. Lawrence—Susan Chisholm, p. 89
Higgins, Herman Melville: An Annotated Bibliography—Watson Branch, p. 92
Smith, Socialist Propaganda in the Twentieth Century British Novel—Ivan Melada, p. 95
Smith, Democracy and the Novel: Popular Resistance to Classic American Writers and Baym, Woman’s Fiction: A Guide to Novels by and about Women in America, 1820–1870—Anthony Channell Hilfer, p. 97


12.2—SUMMER 1980

Articles:

“Kings and Commoners in Moby-Dick”—Larry J. Reynolds, p. 101
“The Loss of Youth in Nostromo”—Clarence B. Lindsay, p. 114
The Mysteries of Udolpho and Clermont: The Radcliffean Encroachment on the Art of Regina Maria Roche”—Natalie Schroeder, p. 131
“John Jarndyce of Bleak House”—Russell M. Goldfarb, p. 144

Review Essay: 

“One for the Money, Two for the Show: Three New Austen Studies”—Barry Roth, p. 153

Reviews:

Cohen, ed., Comic Relief: Humor in Contemporary American Literature—Ann Rayson, p. 164
Friedman, Multivalence: The Moral Quality of Form in the Modern Novel—Daniel R. Schwarz, p. 166
Grundy, Hardy and the Sister Arts—Peter J. Casagrande, p. 168
Hone, Dorothy L. Sayers: A Literary Biography and Hannay, ed., As Her Whimsey Took Her—Laura Krugman Ray, p. 170
Rubenstein, The Novelistic Vision of Doris Lessing: Breaking the Forms of Consciousness—Elizabeth Abel, p. 173
Rutherford, The Literature of War: Five Studies in Heroic Virtue—Ivan Melada, p. 176
Schlack, Continuing Presences: Virginia Woolf’s Use of Literary Allusion—Avrom Fleishman, p. 179


12.3—FALL 1980

Articles:

“Sexuality in The Leatherwood God”—Charles Feigenoff, p. 183
“Geography and Structure in Huckleberry Finn”—Michael G. Miller, p. 192
“Clara Middleton: Wit and Pattern in The Egoist”—Maaja A. Stewart and Elvira Casal, p. 210
“The Haunted Portrait of a Lady”—Alden R. Turner, p. 228

Review Essay:

“As Light as a Trout”—James Gindin, p. 239

Reviews:

Stallybrass, ed., A Passage to India and The Manuscripts of A Passage to India—Avrom Fleishman, p. 260
Morris, Friday’s Footprint: Structuralism and the Articulated Text—William R. Goetz, p. 261
Warner, Reading Clarissa: The Struggles of Interpretation—Judith Wilt, p. 264
Grossvogel, Mystery and Its Fictions: From Oedipus to Agatha Christie—D. A. Miller, p. 267
Railton, Fenimore Cooper: A Study of His Life and Imagination—Richard D. Rust, p. 269
Easson, Elizabeth Gaskell—Felicia Bonaparte, p. 271
Blount, George Sand and the Victorian World—Ivan Melada, p. 274
Apter, Virginia Woolf: A Study of Her Novels—Susan R. Gorsky, p. 276


12.4—WINTER 1980

Articles:

“Defoe’s Roxana: The Unresolved Experiment in Characterization”—Raymond Stephanson, p. 279
“The Language of Rogues and Fools in Brackenridge’s Modern Chivalry”—William W. Hoffa, p. 289
“The Narrative Framing Apparatus of Scott’s Old Mortality”—John B. Humma, p. 301
“’Providential Encounters in Charlotte Brontë’s Fiction”—Rebecca Rodolff, p. 316
“Public Means and Private Ends: The Psychodynamics of Reform in James’s Middle-Period Novels”—Annette Larson Benert, p. 327
The Turn of the Screw as Writer’s Parable”—E. C. Curtsinger, p. 344
“The Protean Image: The Role of Mr. Carmichael in To the Lighthouse”—Jean Elliott, p. 359

Review Essays:

“On ‘Fabulation and Metafiction’”—Robert A. Morace, p. 369
“Forster’s Explorations”—Judith Ruderman, p. 375

Reviews:

Elder, The “Hindered Hand”: Cultural Implications of Early African-American Fiction—Robert E. Fleming, p. 382
Gilbert and Gubar, The Madwoman in the Attic: The Woman Writer and the Nineteenth-Century Literary Imagination—Victoria Middleton, p. 383
Schor, Zola’s Crowds—Donald G. Marshall, p. 385
Sorokin, Tolstoy in Prerevolutionary Russian Criticism—Carol Avins, p. 388
Caserio, Plot, Story, and the Novel: From Dickens and Poe to the Modern Period—Alfred Hornung, p. 390
Rimer, Modern Japanese Fiction and Its Traditions, An Introduction—Roy E. Teele, p. 393
Allen, The Achievement of Margaret Fuller—Ann Rayson, p. 396
Oldsey, Hemingway’s Hidden Craft: The Writing of A Farwell to Arms—Robert W. Lewis, p. 398
Hendin, Vulnerable People: A View of American Fiction since 1945 and McConnell, Four Postwar American Novelists—Mas’ud Zavarzadeh, p. 400

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