Volume 14

14.1—SPRING 1982


“The Coverdale Romance”—John Harmon McElroy and Edward L. McDonald, p. 1
“The Gap in Trollope’s Fiction: The Warden as Example”—Ross C. Murfin, p. 17
“The Poet within the Architect’s Ring: Desperate Remedies, Hardy’s Hybrid Detective-Gothic Narrative”—Kevin Z. Moore, p. 31
“Construing Brown’s Wieland: Ambiguity and Derridean ‘Freeplay’”—Michael Kreyling, p. 43
“To Know the Dancer from the Dance: Dance as Metaphor of Marriage in Four Novels of Jane Austen”—Timothy Dow Adams, p. 55
“Inconstant Harmony in The Tin Drum”—Stacey Olster, p. 66
“‘The Hollywood Thread’ and the First Draft of Saul Bellow’s Seize the Day”—Allan Chavkin, p. 82

Review Essays:

“Perceptions of Exile: Nabokov, Bellow, and the Province of Art”—Peter Balbert, p. 95
“The Frustrations and Possibilities of Literary History”—Wayne Lesser, p. 105


Benstock and Benstock, Who’s He When He’s at Home: A James Joyce Directory; Gottfried, The Art of Joyce’s Syntax in “Ulysses” and McHugh,Annotations to “Finnegans Wake”—Michael Patrick Gillespie, p. 116
Howell, John Gardner: A Bibliographical Profile—Robert A. Morace, p. 119
Levine, The Realistic Imagination: English Fiction from Frankenstein to Lady Chatterley—William K. Buckley, p. 123
Patten, Charles Dickens and His Publishers and Steig, Dickens and Phiz—Deborah A. Thomas, p. 126
Reed, An Exemplary History of the Novel: The Quixotic versus the Picaresque—Mark Spilka, p. 128
Seidel, Satiric Inheritance, Rabelais to Sterne—Peter M. Briggs, p. 132

14.2—SUMMER 1982


“‘Dust Within the Rock’: The Phantasm of Meaning in The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym”—Paul Rosenzweig, p. 137
“In Sickness and in Health: Jane Austen’s Metaphor”—Pamela Steele, p. 152
“Poor Florence Indeed! or: The Good Soldier Retold”—John Reichert, p. 161
“The Romantic Complaint: The Logical Movement of Stephen’s Aesthetics in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man”—James H. Druff, Jr., p. 180
“Sex and Politics in V. S. Naipaul”—Robert Hemenway, p. 189


Manganiello, Joyce’s Politics and Wilding, Political Fictions—Victoria S. Middleton, p. 204
Morgan, In the Meantime: Character and Perception in Jane Austen’s Fiction and Wilt, Ghosts of the Gothic: Austen, Eliot, and Lawrence—Robert Lance Snyder, p. 207
Dreiser, Sister Carrie (The Pennsylvania Edition)—Stephen C. Brennan, p. 211
Stewart, A New Mythos: The Novel of the Artist as Heroine, 1877-1977—Cathy N. Davidson, p. 213
Stepto, From Behind the Veil: A Study of Afro-American Narrative—Keith E. Byerman, p. 214
Charney, Sexual Fiction—Michael B. Goodman, p. 216
Colby, Thackeray’s Canvass of Humanity: An Author and His Public and Monsarrat, An Uneasy Victorian: Thackeray the Man, 1811-1863—Carol MacKay, p. 218
Adler, War in Melville’s Imagination—Ivan Melada, p. 220

14.3—FALL 1982


“Tulip-Hood, Streaks, and Other Strange Bedfellows: Style in Villette”—Robert B. Heilman, p. 223
“The Rape of Miss Havisham”—Curt Hartog, p. 248
“Narrative Logic and the Form of Tradition in The Mill on the Floss”—Renata R. Mautner Wasserman, p. 266
“Measuring Faulkner’s Tall Convict”—Doreen A. Fowler, p. 280


Robert, Origins of the Novel and Knight, The Novel as Structure and Praxis—Gary Lee Stonum, p. 286
DiBattista, Virginia Woolf’s Major Novels: The Fables of Anon.; Meisel,The Absent Father: Virginia Woolf and Walter Pater; Marcus, ed., New Feminist Essays on Virginia Woolf and Freedman ed., Virginia Woolf: Revaluation and Continuity—Victoria S. Middleton, p. 289
Lawrence, The Odyssey of Style in “Ulysses”—Michael Patrick Gillespie, p. 293
White, The Uses of Obscurity: The Fiction of Early Modernism—Eugene Hollahan, p. 294
Pratt, Archetypal Patterns in Women’s Fiction—Cathy N. Davidson, p. 297
Robertson, The Leavises on Fiction: An Historic Partnership—William E. Cain, p. 299
Fisher, Joyce Cary: The Writer and His Theme and Cook, Joyce Cary: Liberal Principles—Ed Christian, p. 301

14.4—WINTER 1982


 ‘O, Shakespear, Had I Thy Pen!’: Fielding’s Use of Shakespeare in Tom Jones”—Berit R. Lindboe, p. 303
“Jane Austen’s Proposal Scenes and the Limitations of Language”—Janis P. Stout, p. 316
“David Copperfield and Scheherazada: The Necessity of Narrative”—Sylvia Manning, p. 327
“Time and Ishmael’s Character in ‘The Town-Ho’s Story’ of Moby-Dick”—Philip J. Egan, p. 337
“The Lovely Storm: Sexual Initiation in Two Early Willa Cather Novels”—Loretta Wasserman, p. 348
“Genealogy and Incest in Wuthering Heights”—William R. Goetz, p. 359

Review Essay:

“Deconstruction and Tradition”—Walter L. Reed, p. 377


Reynolds, Joyce and Dante: The Shaping Imagination—David Hayman, p. 386
Burns and Sugnet, eds., The Imagination on Trial—David W. Madden, p. 388
Cameron, The Corporeal Self: Allegories of the Body in Melville and Hawthorne—Evan Carton, p. 391
Epstein, ed., A Starchamber Quiry: A Centennial Volume, 1882-1982—Stephen Whittaker, p. 394