Volume 13

13.1 & 13.2—SPRING - SUMMER 1981

Thackeray Special Number

Articles:

Foreword by Robert A. Colby, Guest Editor, p. 1
“Thackeray and French Literature in Perspective”—Donald Hawes, p. 5
“‘The Sentiment of Reality’: Thackeray’s Art Criticism”—Helene E. Roberts, p. 21
“Final Touches and Patches in Vanity Fair: The First Edition”—Peter L. Shillingsburg, p. 40
Vanity Fair and Singing”—Robert T. Bledsoe, p. 51
“Thackeray and Clough”—Ira Bruce Nadel, p. 64
“The Writing and Publication of Esmond”—Edgar F. Harden, p. 79
“Richard Doyle’s Illustrations to The Newcomes”—John C. Olmsted, p. 93
“Beginning and Ending: The Virginians as a Sequel”—Gerald C. Sorensen, p. 109
“The Demystification of Laura Pendennis”—Ina Ferris, p. 122
“Funeral Baked Meats: Thackeray’s Last Novel”—Juliet McMaster, p. 133
“‘Just a Little Turn of the Circle’: Time, Memory, and Repetition in Thackeray’s Roundabout Papers”—Richard W. Oram, p. 156
“The Thackeray-Smith Contracts”—John A. Sutherland, p. 168
“Thackeray’s French Dressers”—Sylvere Monod (Forword by Raymond Las Vergnas), p. 184
“Thackeray in Czechoslovakia (With a Glance at Other Slavonic Countries)—Lidmila Pantúckova, p. 197

Review Essay: 

“Thackeray Studies, 1975–79”—Robert A. Colby, p. 211


13.3—FALL 1981

Articles:

“Roxana’s Fiction”—David Durant, p. 225
“Toward Daisy Miller: Cooper’s Idea of ‘The American Girl’”—Mary Suzanne Schriber, p. 237
“An Affinity for Birds: Kindness in Hardy’s Jude the Obscure”—Alexander Fischler, p. 250
“The Kim that Nobody Reads”—Margaret Peller Feeley, p. 266
“Beyond Irony in Henry James: The Aspern Papers”—Barbara Currier Bell, p. 282
Edgar Huntley and the American Nightmare”—Sydney J. Krause, p. 294
“Graham Greene and the Munitions Makers: The Historical Context of A Gun for Sale”—Ivan Melada, p. 303

 Review Essay:

“Comedy and History”—Richard Keller Simon, p. 322

 Reviews:

Apter, Thomas Mann, The Devil’s Advocate—E. Allen McCormick, p. 332
Colley, Dos Passos and the Fiction of Despair and Wagner, Dos Passos as American—Lois Hughson, p. 334
Gervais, Flaubert and Henry James: A Study in Contrasts and Schug,The Romantic Genesis of the Modern Novel—Keith Cushman, p. 337
Harner, English Renaissance Prose Fiction, 1500-1660: An Annotated Bibliography of Criticism—Robert Yeager, p. 340
Pryse, The Mark and the Knowledge: Social Stigma in Classic American Fiction—Raymond A. Paredes, p. 341
Rowe, Nabokov and Others: Patterns in Russian Literature—Kamy Cunningham, p. 343
Sagar, D. H. Lawrence: A Calendar of His Works—Michael Squires, p. 345
Walker, Robert Penn Warren: A Vision Earned—Neil Nakadate, p. 346


13.4—WINTER 1981

Articles:

“Scott, Mackenzie, and Structure in The Bride of Lammermoor”—Harry E. Shaw, p. 349
“James’s ‘Special-Green Vision’: The Ambassadors as Pastoral”—Paul Rosenzweig, p. 367
“The Conflict of Patriarchy and Balanced Sexual Principles in Billy Budd”—George B. Hutchinson, p. 388
“Hardy’s Manipulation of Folklore and Literary Imagination: The Case of the Wife-Sale in The Mayor of Casterbridge”—Michael Taft, p. 399
“Mysticism and Atheism in To the Lighthouse”—Martin Corner, p. 408
“The Allusive Mode and Black Humor in Barth’s Sot-Weed Factor”—Elaine B. Safer, p. 424

Review Essays:

“On Reading Conrad”—Suresh Raval, p. 439
“Surgery for the Critics—or a Bomb?”—Jeffrey Meyers, p. 449

Reviews:

Barney, Allegories of History, Allegories of Love—Robert F. Yeager, p. 456
Brown, Walter Scott and the Historical Imagination—Hugh L. Hennedy, p. 459
Kartiganer, The Fragile Thread: The Meaning of Form in Faulkner’s Novels—Bainard Cowan, p. 461
MacMillan, ed., The Stoic Strain in American Literature: Essays in Honour of Marston LaFrance—Thomas T. Barker, p. 463
Medina, Reflection, Time, and the Novel, Toward a Communicative Theory of Literature—Donald B. Marshall, p. 465
Pütz, The Story of Identity: American Fiction of the Sixties—Jerome Klinkowitz, p. 468

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