Volume 20

20.1—SPRING 1988

Articles:

“Fact and Fiction in Aphra Behn’s Oroonoko”—Katharine M. Rogers, p. 1
“A Certain Absence: Joseph Andrews as Affirmation of Heterosexuality”—Carl R. Kropf, p. 16
“Words for Sex: The Verbal-Sexual Continuum in Tristram Shandy”—Ruth Perry, p. 27
“The Beau Ideal and Cooper’s The Pioneers”—Thomas S. Gladsky, p. 43
“The Merry Circle of The Pickwick Papers: A Dickensian Paradigm”—Tobey C. Herzog, p. 55
“Beef to the Heel: Harlotry with Josephine Butler, William T. Stead, and James Joyce”—Grace Eckley, p. 64
“The Reader in/of The Alexandria Quartet”—Stephen G. Kellman, p. 78
“The Sexual Politics of Narration: Margaret Drabble’s Feminist Fiction”—Ellen Cronan Rose, p. 86

Reviews:

Brienza, Samuel Beckett’s New Worlds: Style in Metafiction—Michael Patrick Gillespie, p. 100
Castle, Masquerade and Civilization: The Carnivalesque in Eighteenth-Century English Culture and Fiction—Sylvia Kasey Marks, p. 102
Fuchs, Saul Bellow: Vision and Revision and Newman, Saul Bellow and History—Eugene Hollahan, p. 104
Kelley, Models for the Multitudes: Social Values in the American Popular Novel, 1850-1920—Barbara Bair, p. 108
Marks, Sir Charles Grandison: The Compleat Conduct Book—Lila V. Graves, p. 109
Myer, Samuel Richardson: Passion and Prudence—Loraine Fletcher, p. 111
Robbins, The Servant’s Hand: English Fiction From Below and Yeazell,Sex, Politics, and Science in the Nineteenth-Century Novel—Gerald C. Sorensen, p. 114
Simon, The Labyrinth of the Comic: Theory and Practice from Fielding to Freud—Peter M. Briggs, p. 116


20.2—SUMMER 1988

Articles:

Jane Eyre: The Quest for Optimism”—Frederick L. Ashe, p. 121
“Parallel Lives: The Past and Self-Retribution in Bleak House”—Thomas M. Linehan, p. 131
“‘What Shall Become of Us All?’: Frances Trollope’s Sense of the Future”—Susan S. Kissel, p. 151
“Who Wrote Mountolive? The Same One Who Wrote ‘Swann in Love’”—Eugene Hollahan, p. 167
“Wor(l)ds Within Words: Doris Lessing as Meta-Fictionist and Meta-Physician”—Katherine Fishburn, p. 186

Review Essay:

“Biography & Creativity: ‘mysterious mutation’”—Peter J. Casagrande, p. 206

Reviews:

Jones, Ideas and Innovations: Best Sellers Of Jane Austen’s Age—Rex Stamper, p. 224
Meckier, Hidden Rivalries in Victorian Fiction: Dickens, Realism, and Revaluation—Richard J. Dunn, p. 225
Nestor, Female Friendships and Communities: Charlotte Bronte, George Eliot, Elizabeth Gaskell and Williams, Women in the English Novel 1800-1900—Karla K. Walters, p. 228
Orr, The Making of the Twentieth-Century Novel: Lawrence, Joyce, Faulkner and Beyond—Rosemary A. Battaglia, p. 230
Spencer, The Rise of the Woman Novelist—Mona Scheuemann, p. 234


20.3—FALL 1988

Articles:

“Charles Brockden Brown’s Wieland and Robert Proud’s History of Pennsylvania”—Michael Clark, p. 239
“Wading Through Slander: John Hampden, Thomas Gray, and Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein”—Iain Crawford, p. 249
Northanger Abbey and the Limits of Parody”—Tara Ghoshal Wallace, p. 262
“Voyeuristic Rebellion: Lockwood’s Dream and the Reader of Wuthering Heights”—Cates Baldridge, p. 274
“Representing the Rural: The Critique of Loamshire in Adam Bede”—Mary Jean Corbett, p. 288
“Mike Campbell and ‘These Literary Chaps’: Palimpsestic Narrative inThe Sun Also Rises”—Wolfgang E. H. Rudat, p. 302
“The Sport of American-Bashing in Modern English Authors”—Michael Cohen, p. 316

Review Essay:

“The Watch on John le Carre”—Jack R. Cohn, p. 323

Reviews:

Bohlke, Willa Cather in Person: Interviews, Speeches, and Letters and Fryer, Felicitous Space: The Imaginative Structures of Edith Wharton and Willa Cather—Barbara Bair, p. 340
Ellmann, Oscar Wilde—Michael Patrick Gillespie, p. 343
Freadman, Eliot, James, and the Fictional Self: A Study in Character and Narration—Richard Hull, p. 345
Haig, The Madame Bovary Blues: The Pursuit of Illusion in Nineteenth-Century French Fiction—Robert R. Brock, p. 347
Homans, Bearing the Word: Language and Female Experience in Nineteenth-Century Women’s Writing—Moira Ferguson, p. 349
McKeon, The Origins of the English Novel: 1600-1740—John Richetti, p. 351
Olsen, Ellipse of Uncertainty: An Introduction to Postmodern Fantasy—David W. Madden, p. 354
Scheuermann, Social Protest in the Eighteenth-Century English Noveland Dijkstra, Defoe and Economics—Robert W. Uphaus, p. 356


20.4—WINTER 1988

Articles:

Tom Jones and the ’45 Once Again”—Peter J. Carlton, p. 361
“Melville’s Sea Change: From Irving to Emerson”—Brian Saunders, p. 374
“The ‘Noble Peasant’ in E. M. Forster’s Fiction”—Jeane N. Olson, p. 389
“Male and Female in Light in August and The Hamlet: Faulkner’s ‘Mythical Method’”—Glenn Meeter, p. 404

Review Essay:

“New Ways of Looking at Virginia Woolf”—Harvena Richter, p. 417

Reviews:

Alkon, The Origins of Futuristic Fiction—David Paxman, p. 424
Davidson, Revolution and the Word: The Rise of the Novel in America—Bernard Rosenthal, p. 426
Faller, Turned to Account: The Forms and Functions of Criminal Biography in Late Seventeenth- and Early Eighteenth-Century England—Kevin Cope, p. 428
Grimwood, Heart in Conflict: Faulkner’s Struggles with Vocation—Leonard Butts, p. 430
Harris, Samuel Richardson—Sylvia Casey Marks, p. 432
Kreyling, Figures of the Hero in Southern Narrative—Philip Castille, p. 433
Moore, The Style of Connectedness: “Gravity’s Rainbow” and Thomas Pynchon—J. Madison Davis, p. 436
Musselwhite, Partings Welded Together: Politics and Desire in the Nineteenth-Century English Novel—Glenda A. Hudson, p. 437
Snead, Figures of Division: William Faulkner’s Major Novels—Robinson Blann, p. 440

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