Volume 21

21.1—SPRING 1989

Articles:

“A Domestic Reading of The House of the Seven Gables”—Susan Van Zanten Gallagher, p. 1
“The Fixed Eye and the Rolling Eye: Surveillance and Discipline in Hard Times”—Cynthia Northcutt Malone, p. 14
“Gaskell’s Ghosts: Truths in Disguise”—Carol A. Martin, p. 27
“The Legitimate Self in George Meredith’s Evan Harrington”—Natalie Cole Michta, p. 41
“Writing Against Silences: Female Adolescent Development in the Novels of Willa Cather”—Susan J. Rosowski, p. 60

Review Essay:

“An Ethos of Reading: Reactions to Some Critical Assumptions in Recent Interpretations of the Works of James Joyce”—Michael Patrick Gillespie, p. 78

Reviews:

Cunningham, British Writers of the Thirties—Fred Warner, p. 96
Dekker, The American Historical Romance—Larry J. Reynolds, p. 98
Devlin, The Novels and Journals of Fanny Burney—Mona Scheuermann, p. 100
Duthie, The Brontës and Nature—Glenda A. Hudson, p. 100
Everman, Who Says This?: The Authority of the Author, the Discourse, and the Reader—J. Madison Davis, p. 102
Gilbert and Gubar, No Man’s Land: The Place of the Woman Writer in the Twentieth Century. Volume I: The War of the Worlds and Miles, The Female Form: Women Writers and the Conquest of the Novel—Katherine Fishburn, p. 104
Miller, The Novel and the Police—Richard Hull, p. 108
Mooneyham, Romance, Language, and Education in Jane Austen’s Novels—Barry Roth, p. 111
Wright, Fictional Discourse and Historical Space: Defoe and Theroux, Austen and Forster, Conrad and Greene—Kevin L. Cope, p. 112


21.2—SUMMER 1989

Articles:

Jonathan Wild and the Epistemological Gulf Between Virtue and Vice”—Treadwell Ruml II, p. 117
Hard Times and the Structure of Industrialism: The Novel as Factory”—Patricia E. Johnson, p. 128
“Four Ways to Inscribe a Mackerel: Mark Twain and Laura Hawkins”—Susan K. Harris, p. 138
“The Critical Reception of the ‘Gabler Ulysses’: Or, Gabler’s UlyssesKidd-napped”—Charles Rossman, p. 154
“‘Lo’ and Behold: Solving the Lolita Riddle”—Trevor McNeely, p. 182
“High Anxiety: Flann O’Brien’s Portrait of the Artist”—Thomas B. O’Grady, p. 200

Reviews:

Milbauer and Watson, eds., Reading Philip Roth—David W. Madden, p. 210
Morgan, Women and Sexuality in the Novels of Thomas Hardy—Annette Sisson, p. 211
Mullan, Sentiment and Sociability: The Language of Feeling in the Eighteenth Century—Kevin Cope, p. 214
Nelson, Willa Cather and France: In Search of the Lost Language—Joan Wylie Hall, p. 217
Person, Aesthetic Headaches: Women and a Masculine Poetics in Poe, Melville, & Hawthorne—Vernon Hyles, p. 219
Reynolds, Beneath the American Renaissance: The Subversive Imagination in the Age of Emerson and Melville—Gary Scharnhorst, p. 221
Schriber, Gender and the Writer’s Imagination, From Cooper to Wharton—Lee Bartlett, p. 223
Schwarz, Reading Joyce’s “Ulysses”—Rosemarie A. Battaglia, p. 224
Segal, Narcissus and Echo: Women in the French Recit—William R. Everdell, p. 228
Woodress, Willa Cather: A Literary Life—Peter Casagrande, p. 229


21.3—FALL 1989

Articles:

“The Silent Angel: Impediments to Female Expression in Frances Burney’s Novels”—Juliet McMaster, p. 235
“Cooper’s Queen of the Woods: Judith Hutter in The Deerslayer”—Leland S. Person, Jr., p. 253
“Betsey Trotwood and Jane Murdstone: Dickensian Doubles”—Natalie E. Schroeder and Ronald A. Schroeder, p. 268
“Melville’s Gam with Poe in Moby-Dick: Bulkington and Pym”—Michael Hollister, p. 279
“Victorian Hagiography: A Pattern of Allusions in Robert Elsmere andHellbeck of Bannisdale”—R. J. Schork, p. 292
“The Ulysses Connection: Clarissa Dalloway’s Bloomsday”—Harvena Richter, p. 305
“Of Course the Whole Thing Was Couéism: The Heart of the Matter as a Critique of Emile Coué’s Psychotherapy”—Eugene Hollahan, p. 320

Review Essay:

“Holding the Mirror up to Hawthorne: Three Recent Critical Reflections”—John L. Idol, p. 332

Reviews:

Anderson, Bennett, Wells, and Conrad: Narrative in Transition—Glenda A. Hudson, p. 339
Dryden, The Form of American Romance—Gary Scharnhorst, p. 341
Evans, Claude Simon and the Transgressions of Modern Art—Robert R. Brock, p. 342
Lawson, Following Percy, Essays on Walker Percy’s Work—David W. Madden, p. 344
Thompson, Between Self and World: The Novels of Jane Austen—Lila Graves, p. 346
Varey, Henry Fielding—Rex Stamper, p. 349
Wiesenfarth, Gothic Manners and the Classic English Novel—Elizabeth Langland, p. 352


21.4—WINTER 1989

Articles:

“Judgment and Character, Evidence and the Law in Tom Jones”—Carl R. Kropf, p. 357
“‘Do you never laugh, Miss Eyre?’: Humor, Wit and the Comic in Jane Eyre”—Cynthia Miecznikowski, p. 367
“Finding a Woman’s Place: Gaskell and Authority”—Suzy Clarkson Holstein, p. 380
“The Stranger in the Mirror: Incest, Text, and The Making of Meaning inPierre”—Lee E. Heller, p. 389
“A Re-vision of Miss Havisham: Her Expectations and Our Responses”—Linda Raphael, p. 400
“Consciousness, Stream and Quanta, in To the Lighthouse”—Miriam Marty Clark, p. 413
“Joyce Cary and the Question of Critical Context”—Melba Cuddy-Keane, p. 424

Review Essay:

“Céline: The Rumble Under Our Floorboards”—William K. Buckley, p. 432

Reviews:

Beasley and Brack, eds., The Adventures of Ferdinand Count Fathom by Tobias Smollett—Kevin L. Cope, p. 442
Bender, Sea-Brothers: The Tradition of American Sea Fiction from Moby-Dick to the Present—Vernon Hyles, p. 444
Cahalan, The Irish Novel: A Critical History—Marilyn Throne, p. 446
Cuoto, Graham Greene—On the Frontier: Politics and Religion in the Novels—J. Madison Davis, p. 448
Doody, Frances Burney: The Life in the Works—Joseph F. Bartolomeo, p. 450
Kay, Political Constructions: Defoe, Richardson, & Sterne in Relation to Hobbes, Hume, & Burke—Charles H. Hinnant, p. 452
Mellor, Mary Shelley: Her Life, Her Fiction, Her Monsters and Sunstein,Mary Shelley: Romance and Reality—Laura Claridge, p. 454
Patterson, Authority, Autonomy, and Representation in American Literature, 1776-1865—William R. Everdell, p. 458
Peters, Thackeray’s Universe: Shifting Worlds of Imagination and Reality—Glenda A. Hudson, p. 460
Reynolds, European Revolutions and the American Literary Renaissance—Lonnie L. Willis, p. 462
Uphaus, ed., The Idea of the Novel in the Eighteenth Century—Barry Roth, p. 464
Wilde, Oscar Wilde’s Oxford Notebooks: A Portrait of Mind in the Making, ed. Philip E. Smith II and Michael S. Helfand—Michael Patrick Gillespie, p. 466

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