Volume 18

18.1—SPRING 1986

Articles:

“Crusoe’s Legacy”—Richard Braverman, p. 1
Jack Sheppard and Barnaby Rudge Yet More ‘Humbug’ from a ‘Jolter Head’”—Natalie Schroeder, p. 27
“Joyce’s Umbrella: The Pattern of Created Things”—Stephen Whittaker, p. 36
“Louis-Ferdinand Celine’s Novels: From Narcissism to Sexual Connection”—William K. Buckley, p. 51
“The Outsider as Sexual Center: Wright Morris and the Integrated Imagination”—A. Carl Bredahl, p. 66
“Deconstructing the Enemy of Color: The Fantastic in Gravity’s Rainbow”—Lance Olsen, p. 74

Reviews:

Barker, Grandison’s Heirs: The Paragon’s Progress in the Late Eighteenth-Century Novel—Sylvia Kasey Marks, p. 87
Chase, Eros & Psyche: The Representation of Personality in Charlotte Bronte, Charles Dickens, George Eliot—Kathleen Blake, p. 89
DeJean, Literary Fortifications: Rousseau, Laclos, and Sade—Robert J. Ellrich, p. 91
Lowe, Towards the Real Flaubert: A Study of “Madame Bovary”—Richard D. Fulton, p. 94
Murfin, Conrad Revisited: Essays for the Eighties—Peter Casagrande, p. 96
Posnock, Henry James and the Problem of Robert Browning—Elizabeth Langland, p. 102
Sattelmeyer and Crowley, One Hundred Years of “Huckleberry Finn”: The Boy, His Book, and American Culture—Michael Oriard, p. 104
Stannard, Evelyn Waugh: The Critical Heritage—Jerome Meckier, p. 106
Stoltzfus, Alain Robbe-Grillet: The Body of the Text—Robert R. Brock, p. 109
Watson, The Cavalier in Virginia Fiction—Philip Castille, p. 111


18.2—SUMMER 1986

Articles:

“Social Hierarchy in Matthew Lewis’s The Monk”—Daniel P. Watkins, p. 115
“Scott’s Dreams of the Past: The Bride of Lammermoor as Political Fantasy”—James Kerr, p. 125
“Closure and Teleology in Dickens”—Thomas M. Leitch, p. 143
“The Social Construction of Redburn’s ‘Mourning Pilgrimage’”—Neal Tolchin, p. 157
“‘I and the Abyss’: Transcendental Romance in The Wings of the Dove”—Elissa Greenwald, p. 177
“Emptying and Filling Along the Existential Coil in A Passage to India”—Doreen D’Cruz, p. 193

Reviews:

Brontë, Villette, ed. Herbert Rosengarten and Margaret Smith and Eliot,Daniel Deronda, ed. Graham Handley—Eugene Hollahan, p. 206
Foster, Victorian Women’s Fiction: Marriage, Freedom and the Individual—Susan Morgan, p. 207
Halperin, The Life of Jane Austen—Barry Roth, p. 209
Hawthorn, The British Working-Class Novel in the Twentieth-Century—William K. Buckley, p. 211
Higbie, Character and Structure in the English Novel—Richard J. Dunn, p. 214
Magnet, Dickens and the Social Order—Michael G. Miller, p. 215
Schlossman, Joyce’s Catholic Comedy of Language and Tucker,Stephen and Bloom at Life’s Feast: Alimentary Symbolism and the Creative Process in James Joyce’s “Ulysses”—Bernard Benstock, p. 217
Seltzer, Henry James and the Art of Power—Judith E. Funston, p. 220


18.3—FALL 1986

Articles:

“‘Poor little talkative Christianity’: James Fenimore Cooper and the Dilemma of the Christian on the Frontier”—Ivan Melada, p. 225
“Structure, Myth and Rite in Oliver Twist”—Roland F. Anderson, p. 238
“Spenser and the Structure of Mardi”—Carole Moses, p. 258
“George Eliot: Mary Ann Evans’s Subversive Tool in Middlemarch”—Patricia Lorimer Lundberg, p. 270
“Hawthorne’s Fallen Puritans: Eliot’s Pulpit in The Blithedale Romance”—Byron L. Stay, p. 283
“‘The shameless woman is the worst of men’: Sexual Aggression in Nineteenth-Century Sensational Novels”—Anne Dalke, p. 291
“The Absence of God in Heart of Darkness”—George Cheatham, p. 304

Review Essay:

“Realism Still Knocking on Academe’s Door”—William K. Buckley, p. 314

Reviews:

Boyers, Atrocity and Amnesia: The Political Novel Since 1945 and Sicher, Beyond Marginality: Anglo-Jewish Literature After the Holocaust—Jerome Klinkowitz, p. 320
Daleski, Unities: Studies in the English Novel—Elizabeth Langland, p. 322
Fishburn, The Unexpected Universe of Doris Lessing: A Study in Narrative Technique—Betsy Draine, p. 323
Fishkin, From Fact to Fiction: Journalism and Imaginative Writing in America—Judith Bryant Wittenberg, p. 326
Gallagher, The Industrial Reformation of English Fiction: Social Discourse and Narrative Form 1832-1867; Hardy, Forms of Feeling in Victorian Fiction and Vargish, The Providential Aesthetic in Victorian Fiction—Richard J. Dunn, p. 328
Gilmore, American Romanticism and the Marketplace—Mark R. Patterson, p. 330
Griffin, Along With Youth: Hemingway, The Early Years and Meyers,Hemingway, A Biography—Leonard Butts, p. 333
Welsh, George Eliot and Blackmail—Daniel Cottom, p. 338


18.4—WINTER 1986

Articles:

“Literature and Homosexuality in the Late Eighteenth Century: Walpole, Beckford, and Lewis”—George E. Haggerty, p. 341
“The Love Rectangle in Roderick Hudson: Another Look at Christina Light”—Ronald Emerick, p. 353
“Fit to Survive: Christian Ethics in Bleak House”—Karen Jahn, p. 367
“Conservative Comedy and the Women of Barchester Towers”—Jane Nardin, p. 381
“Pierre in the Domestic Circle”—Nicholas Canaday, p. 395
“Vestiges of Truth: A Study of James Joyce’s ‘Eumaeus’”—Barbara Stevens Heusel, p. 403
Mr Noon: Some Old Problems in a New Text”—Peter G. Christensen, p. 415
Lolita and the Modern Experience of Beauty”—Steven H. Butler, p. 427

Reviews:

Conroy, Modernism and Authority: Strategies of Legitimation in Flaubert and Conrad and Kelly, Graham Greene—Eugene Hollahan, p. 438
Felperin, Beyond Deconstruction: The Uses and Abuses of Literary Theory—Michael Patrick Gillespie, p. 441
Glatzer, The Loves of Franz Kafka—Richard D. Fulton, p. 443
Golding, Idiolects in Dickens—Michael G. Miller, p. 444
Kobler, Ernest Hemingway: Journalist and Artist—Gerry Brenner, p. 446
McCluskey, Reverberations: Sound and Structure in the Novels of Virginia Woolf—Harvena Richter, p. 447
Miller, Doubles: Studies in Literary History—Elizabeth Langland, p. 448
Smith, Eve Tempted: Writing and Sexuality in Hawthorne’s Fiction—Terence Martin, p. 450
Tompkins, Sensational Designs: The Cultural Work of American Fiction, 1790-1860—Michael Oriard, p. 451
Vernon, Money and Fiction: Literary Realism in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries—John J. Burke, Jr., p. 454
Westling, Sacred Gloves and Ravaged Gardens: The Fiction of Eudora Welty, Carson McCullers, and Flannery O’Connor—Noel Polk, p. 456
Whitlow, Cassandra’s Daughters: The Women in Hemingway—Robert W. Lewis, p. 457

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