Volume 16

16.1—SPRING 1984

Articles:

“Gins and Spirits: The Letter’s Edge in Hardy’s Jude the Obscure”—Alexander Fischler, p. 1
“Booth’s Progress and the Resolution of Amelia”—Carla Mulford, p. 20
“Heroism, Culture, and Dread in The Sign of Four”—Kirby Farrell, p. 32
“Dreiser’s Cowperwood and the Dynamics of Naturalism”—Lois Hughson, p. 52
“Strategies of Self-Deception in Willa Cather’s Professor’s House”—James F. Maxfield, p. 72
“An Old Form Revitalized: Philip Roth’s Ghost Writer and theBildungsroman”—W. Clark Hendley, p. 87
“The Multifarious Cad in Finnegans Wake: Recurrent Elements in His Encounter with HCE”—Marion W. Cumpiano, p. 101

Review Essay:

“Recent Lawrence Criticism”—John B. Humma, p. 111

Reviews:

Becker, Master European Realists of the Nineteenth Century—William K. Buckley, p. 118
Bernheimer, Flaubert and Kafka: Studies in Psychopoetic Structure—Eugene Hollahan, p. 120
Lee, Nathaniel Hawthorne: New Critical Essays—Terence Martin, p. 122
Lonoff, Wilkie Collins and His Victorian Readers: A Study in the Rhetoric of Authorship—C. M. Colee, p. 123
Page, Thomas Hardy Annual, No. 1 and Hasan, Thomas Hardy: The Sociological Imagination—Judith B. Wittenberg, p. 126
Quirk, Melville’s Confidence Man: From Knave to Knight and Moore, That Cunning Alphabet: Melville’s Aesthetics of Nature—James R. Russo, p. 128
Trompley, All That Summer She Was Mad. Virginia Woolf: Female Victim of Male Medicine and Poole, The Unknown Virginia Woolf—Harvena Richter, p. 133


16.2—SUMMER 1984

Articles:

“Rewriting Pamela: Social Change and Religious Faith in Joseph Andrews”—Brian McCrea, p. 137
“The Bank and the Old Pyncheon Family”—Sarah I. Davis, p. 150
“Fact, Opinions, and Possibilities: Melville’s Treatment of Insanity Through White-Jacket”—Paul McCarthy, p. 167
“Demeter and Poseidon: Fusion and Distance in To the Lighthouse”—Anne G. Hoffman, p. 182
“Henry Green as Experimental Novelist”—Andrew Gibson, p. 197
“The Art and Economics of Destitution in Jean Rhys’s After Leaving Mr. Mackenzie”—Arnold E. Davidson, p. 215
“‘This Lousy Little Book’: The Genesis and Development ofSlaughterhouse Five as Revealed in Chapter One”—T. J. Matheson, p. 228

Reviews:

Budd, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Tom Sawyer’s Comrade), by Mark Twain. A Facsimile of the Manuscript—Henry Nash Smith, p. 241
Davies, Emily Bronte: The Artist as a Free Woman—Keith C. Odom, p. 244
Durkin, Sergei Aksakov and Russian Pastoral—Edward Wasiolek, p. 246
Ermarth, Realism and Consensus in the English Novel—William K. Buckley, p. 248
Harris, Mark Twain’s Escape from Time: A Study of Patterns and Imagesand Johnson, Mark Twain and the Limits of Power: Emerson’s God in Ruins—Michael Oriard, p. 250
Herzog, Women, Ethnics, and Exotics: Images of Power in Mid-Nineteenth-Century American Fiction and Huf, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Woman: The Writer as Heroine in American Literature—Susan Morgan, p. 252
Shaw, The Forms of Historical Fiction: Sir Walter Scott and His Successors—Judith K. Wilt, p. 254
Sill, Defoe and the Idea of Fiction 1713-1719 and Macey, Money and the Novel: Mercenary Motivation in Defoe and His Immediate Successors—Daniel Cottom, p. 256
Sterne, The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman—Howard Anderson, p. 259


16.3—FALL 1984

Articles:

“The Case of Pride and Prejudice”—Joseph Wiesenfarth, p. 261
“Elizabeth Gaskell: The Telling of Feminine Tales”—Barbara Weiss, p. 274
“Democratic Leadership and Narrative Authority in Moby-Dick”—Mark R. Patterson, p. 288
“On the Knocking at the Gate in The Old Curiosity Shop”—Wilfred P. Dvorak, p. 304
An Interview with Stanley Elkin in St. Louis—p. 314

Review Essay:

“Three Ways of Viewing James”—Adeline R. Tintner, p. 326

Reviews:

Abel, Hirsch, and Langland, The Voyage In: Fictions of Female Development—Lorrie Goldensohn, p. 339
Axelrod, Charles Brockden Brown: An American Tale—James R. Russo, p. 341
Bell, The Sentiment of Reality: Truth of Feeling in the European Noveland Davis, Factual Fictions: The Origins of the English Novel—John J. Burke, Jr., p. 343
Cowart, Arches and Light: The Fiction of John Gardner—Leonard Butts, p. 347
Jones, Dostoevsky—Edward Wasiolek, p. 350
Melada, Guns for Sale: War and Capitalism in English Literature, 1851-1939—Eugene Hollahan, p. 352
Overton, The Unofficial Trollope—Susan Morgan, p. 354
Watson, The Novels of Jack London: A Reappraisal—Stephen C. Brennan, p. 355


16.4—WINTER 1984

Articles:

“The Making of a ‘Gentle Reader’: Narrator and Reader in Hawthorne’s Romances—Mary Gosselink De Jong, p. 359
“Maggie Tulliver’s ‘Stored-Up Force’: A Re-reading of The Mill on the Floss”—John P. Bushnell, p. 378
Pierre: Domestic Confidence Game and the Drama of Knowledge”—Wai-chee Dimock, p. 396
“Watching the Orachards Robbed: Dowell and The Good Soldier”—David H. Lynn, p. 410
“Tables in Trees: Realism in To the Lighthouse”—Bruce Bassoff, p. 424
“The Dialectic of Hero and Anti-Hero in Rameau’s Nephew andDangling Man—Jo Brans, p. 435

Review Essay:

“Revaluation or Rehash?: An Essay-Review of Three New Additions to Hemingway Studies”—Leonard Butts, p. 448

Reviews: 

Adrian, Dickens and the Parent-Child Relationship and Page, A Dickens Companion—Richard J. Dunn, p. 458
Baker, The Dark Historic Page: Social Satire and Historicism in the Novels of Aldous Huxley, 1921-1939—Charles M. Holmes, p. 458
Hall, Joyce Cary: A Reappraisal—Edwin Ernest Christian, p. 462
Squires, The Creation of Lady Chatterley’s Lover—William K. Buckley, p. 464
Summers, E. M. Forster—Keith C. Odom, p. 467
Terry, Victorian Popular Fiction, 1860-1880 and Watt, The Fallen Woman in the Nineteenth-Century English Novel—Rosemary T. VanArsdel, p. 469

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