Volume 19

19.1—SPRING 1987

Articles:

“‘My only sister now’: Incest in Mansfield Park”—Johanna M. Smith, p. 1
Dombey and Son: A Sentimental Family Romance”—Lyn Pykett, p. 16
“The Importance of Being Gwendolen: Contexts for George Eliot’s Daniel Deronda”—Sara M. Putzell, p. 31
The Monastery and The Abbot: Scott’s Religious Dialectics”—Lionel Lackey, p. 46
“Satiric Deceit in the Ending of Adventures of Huckleberry Finn”—David Kaufmann, p. 66

Review Essays:

“More Matter, Less Art: The Continuing Course of Lawrence Criticism”—John B. Humma, p. 79
“Juvenile Waugh”—Jerome Meckier, p. 91

Reviews:

Baym, Novels, Readers, and Reviewers: Responses to Fiction in Antebellum America—Richard D. Rust, p. 98
Bell, Defoe’s Fiction—Manuel Schonhorn, p. 99
Damrosch, God’s Plot & Man’s Stories: Studies in the Fictional Imagination from Milton to Fielding—Barry Roth, p. 101
Fisher, Hard Facts: Setting and Form in the American Novel—Raymund A. Paredes, p. 103
Forster, Commonplace Book, ed. Philip Gardner—Elgin W. Mellown, p. 104
Hochman, Character in Literature—Brian Rosenberg, p. 106
Jones, James the Critic—Judith E. Funston, p. 107
Scheckner, Class, Politics, and the Individual: A Study of the Major Works of D. H. Lawrence—Michael Squires, p. 113
Sherzer, Representation in Contemporary French Fiction—Robert R. Brock, p. 114
Smith, The Achievement of Graham Greene—Richard Kelly, p. 117
Rebuttals (Stoltzfus vs. Brock)—p. 120


19.2—SUMMER 1987

Articles:

“Rococo and the Novel”—William Park, p. 125
Mansfield Park: Free Indirect Discourse and the Psychological Novel”—Louise Flavin, p. 137
“The Narrator as Audience: Ishmael as Reader and Critic in Moby-Dick”—Manfred Putz, p. 160
Their Wedding Journey: In Search of a New Fiction”—John E. Bassett, p. 175
“‘The End Is the Devil’: The Conclusions to Conrad’s Under Western Eyes”—David Leon Higdon and Robert R. Sheard, p. 187

Review Essay:

“Biography and Criticism”—Peter Casagrande, p. 197

Reviews:

Auchard, Silence in Henry James: The Heritage of Symbolism and Decadence; Goetz, Henry James and the Darkest Abyss of Romance; Tanner, Henry James: The Writer and His Work and Tintner, The Museum World of Henry James—Geoffrey D. Smith, p. 210
Benstock, James Joyce—Stephen Whittaker, p. 215
Larson, Dickens and the Broken Scripture—Brian C. Rosenberg, p. 217
Lynch, Henry Fielding and the Heliodoran Novel—Sylvia Kasey Marks, p. 219
Lynch, Henry Fielding and the Heliodoran Novel—Sylvia Kasey Marks, p. 219
Raval, The Art of Failure: Conrad’s Fiction—Dan Schwarz, p. 223
Reynolds, The Young Hemingway—Gerry Brenner, p. 225
Ruppert, Reader in a Strange Land: The Activity of Reading Literary Utopias—Gorman Beauchamp, p. 228
Van Caspel, Bloomers on the Liffey: Eisegetical Readings of Joyce’s “Ulysses”—Charles Rossman, p. 231
Weiss, Fairy Tale and Romance in Work of Ford Madox Ford—Joseph Wiesenfarth, p. 233
Wier, Allen, and Don Hendrie, Jr., Voicelust: Eight Contemporary Fiction Writers on Style—Robert Con Davis, p. 236


19.3—FALL 1987

Women and Early Fiction Special Number

Articles:

“Introduction”—Jerry C. Beasley, p. 239
“Women Writers and the Chains of Identification”—Paula R. Backscheider, p. 245
“Voice and Gender in Eighteenth-Century Fiction: Haywood to Burney”—John J. Richetti, p. 263
“Female Changelessness; or, What Do Women Want?”—Patricia Meyer Spacks, p. 273
“What Fanny Felt: The Pains of Compliance in Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure”—Carol Houlihan Flynn, p. 284
“Shakespeare’s Novels: Charlotte Lennox Illustrated”—Margaret Anne Doody, p. 296
“Women and Money in Eighteenth-Century Fiction”—Mona Scheuermann, p. 311
“Controlling the Text: Women in Tom Jones”—April London, p. 323
“Jane Austen and Female Reading”—Robert W. Uphaus, p. 334
“Why There’s No Sex in Jane Austen’s Fiction”—Susan Morgan, p. 346
“The Falling Woman in Three Victorian Novels”—Beth Kalikoff, p. 357
“Fanny N. Mayne’s Jane Rutherford and the Tradition of the Social-Protest Novel in England”—Joseph A. Kestner, p. 368
“Patriarchal Ideology and Marginal Motherhood in Victorian Novels by Women”—Elizabeth Langland, p. 381


19.4—WINTER 1987

Articles:

“The Mitigated Truth: Tom Jones’s Double Heroism”—Peter J. Carlton, p. 397
“Estella’s Parentage and Pip’s Persistence: The Outcome of Great Expectations”—Stanley Friedman, p. 410
“‘The Patter’s All Missed’: Separation/Individuation in The Mill on the Floss”—Eva Fuchs, p. 422
“Trollope’s Satire in The Warden”—Thomas A. Langford, p. 435
“‘A More Splendid Necromancy’: Mark Twain’s Connecticut Yankee and the Electrical Revolution”—Jane Gardiner, p. 448
“Mocking Fate: Romantic Idealism in Edith Wharton’s The Reef”—James W. Tuttleton, p. 459
“Seraphic Seduction in Portrait of the Artist and Ulysses”—Theresa M. DiPasquale, p. 475

Review Essay:

“Canonizing Iris Murdoch”—John J. Burke, Jr., p. 486

Reviews:

Gilmour, The Novel in the Victorian Age; Hawthorn, The Nineteenth-Century British Novel and Weiss, The Hell of the English: Bankruptcy and the English Novel—Rosemary VanArsdel, p. 495
Patteson, A World Outside: The Fiction of Paul Bowles—Gena Dagel, p. 497
Rosowski, The Voyage Perilous: Willa Cather’s Romanticism—Barbara Bair, p. 501
Vann, Victorian Novels in Serial—Michael Lund, p. 503
Veeder, Mary Shelley & Frankenstein: The Fate of Androgyny—Scott Simpkins, p. 505
Wallace, Early Cooper and His Audience—Ross J. Pudaloff, p. 507
West, Sheer Fiction—David W. Madden, p. 511
Williams, Jane Austen: Six Novels and Their Methods—Loraine Fletcher, p. 513

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