Volume 2

2.1—SPRING 1970


“Burden’s Complaint: The Disintegrated Personality as Theme and Style in Warren’s All the King’s Men”—Jerome Meckier, p. 7
“Running in Circles: A Major Motif in Lord of the Flies”—Eugene Hollahan, p. 22
“Modes of Perception: The Will to Live in Jude the Obscure”—Richard Benvenuto, p. 31
“The Criminal-Victim Pattern in Huxley’s Point Counter Point”—Donald J. Watt, p. 42
“Howellsian Sex”—Arthur Boardman, p. 52
“The Sound and the Fury: Quentin Compson and Faulkner’s ‘Tragedy of Passion’”—James M. Mellard, p. 62
“An Interview in London with Angus Wilson”—Jack I. Biles, p. 76

Review Essays:

The Mark Twain Papers and Henry James: The Treacherous Years”—Edward Wagenknecht, p. 88
“Four Studies of Saul Bellow”—Robert H. Fossum, p. 99

2.2—SUMMER 1970

British Neo-Classical Novel Special Number


“What Was New About the ‘New Species of Writing’?”—William Park, p. 112
“The Equation of Love and Money in Moll Flanders”—Juliet McMaster, p. 131
“The Structure of Roxana”—Ralph E. Jenkins, p. 145
“The Moral Function of Thwackum, Square, and Allworthy”—Sean Shesgreen, p. 159
“Fulfillment Through Frustration: Some Aspects of Sterne’s Art of the Incomplete in A Sentimental Journey”—Gene Koppel, p. 168
“Comparison’s Blessed Felicity: Character Arrangement in Emma”—James Kissane, p. 173 “Irony and Mr. Knightley”—Charles A. Knight, p. 185
“Minds Bewildered and Astray: The Crawfords in Mansfield Park”—John Lauber, p. 194
“Jane Austen and The Female Quixote”—Elaine M. Kauvar, p. 211

Review Essays:

“Review of Ronald Paulson’s, Satire and the Novel in Eighteenth-Century England”—Morris Golden, p. 222
“Henry Fielding’s War on the Corrupt Word: A Review of Glenn W. Hatfield’s Henry Fielding and the Language of Irony”—Henry Knight Miller, p. 230
“A Review of Robert Alter’s, Fielding and the Nature of the Novel”—Andrew Wright, p. 239
“Fielding’s Novels: Selected Criticism (1940-1969)”—Alice Jobe, p. 246

2.3—FALL 1970


“Cooper’s ‘Composite Order’: The Pioneers as Structured Art”—Gerry Brenner, p. 264
“Henry James’s The American: Voyons”—Stanley Tick, p. 276
“A Structural Analysis of James’s Roderick Hudson”—Paul S. Speck, p. 292
“‘If you did not go forward’: Process and Stasis in A Farwell to Arms”—Robert Murray Davis, p. 305
“The Search for Black Redemption: Jean Toomer’s Cane”—John M. Reilly, p. 312
An Interview in New Haven with Robert Penn Warren—p. 325
“At a Crossroads: The Life and Thought of George Eliot”—Richard Benvenuto, p. 355


Briggs, The Novels of Harold Frederic—Stanton Garner, p. 364
Brignano, Richard Wright: An Introduction to the Man and His Works and Margolies, The Art of Richard Wright—Nancy M. Tischler, p. 365
Gibson, The Fiction of Stephen Crane—James W. Gargano, p. 368
Goldberg, The Art of Joseph Andrews—Jacob H. Adler, p. 371
Hurst, Maria Edgeworth and the Public Scene and Newcomer, Maria Edgeworth the Novelist—Alan T. McKenzie, p. 373
Smith, Dickens, Money, and Society—Lauriat Lane, Jr., p. 377
Vanderbilt, The Achievement of William Dean Howells: A Reinterpretation—Martin Bucco, p. 379
Watson, The New Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature—William G. Lane, p. 380
Wylder, Hemingway’s Heroes—Richard W. Etulain, p. 382
Tomlin, ed., Charles Dickens, 1813-1870: A Centennial Volume—Robert F. Fleissner, p. 384

2.4—WINTER 1970

Nathaniel Hawthorne Special Number


“Posthumous Papers of a Decapitated Surveyor: The Scarlet Letter in the Salem Press”—C. E. Frazer Clark, Jr., p. 395
“Hawthorne and Melville Acquaint the Reader with Their Abodes”—Hyatt Waggoner, p. 420
“Hawthorne, the Hippie, and the Square”—Earl Hilton, p. 425
Fanshawe: Hawthorne’s World of Images”—Leo B. Levy, p. 440
“Hawthorne and the Unpardonable Sin”—Shelia Dwight, p. 449
“Place, Time, and Moral Growth in The House of the Seven Gables”—Lewis B. Horne, p. 459
“The (Unmeretricious) House of the Seven Gables”—Frank Battaglia, p. 468
The Scarlet Letter as Dialectic of Temperament and Idea”—Robert Stanton, p. 474
The Marble Faun and the Editing of Nineteenth-Century Texts”—John Freehafer, p. 487
“Hawthorne Studies: The Seventies”—Buford Jones, p. 504
“Hawthorne Checklist”—Maurice Beebe and Jack Hardie, p. 519