Volume 22

22.1—SPRING 1990

Articles:

“‘True Legitimacy’: The Myth of the Foundling in Bleak House”—Michele S. Ware, p. 1
“Melting Outlines in Daniel Deronda”—Margaret Moan Rowe, p. 10
“Sexual Realism in The Portrait of a Lady: The Divided Sexuality of Isabel Archer”—Kurt Hochenauer, p. 19
“The Geography of Gender in The House of Mirth”—Annette L. Benert, p. 26
“‘Dark Lady and Fair Man’: The Love Triangle in Shakespeare’s Sonnets and Ulysses”—Michelle Burnham, p. 43
“Sinclair Lewis and Fascism”—Stephen L. Tanner, p. 57
“From Lady Chatterley’s Lover to The Deer Park: Lawrence, Mailer, and the Dialectic of Erotic Risk”—Peter Balbert, p. 67

Review Essay:

“Göttingen and the Great Circle of German Libraries: A Comprehensive Continental Review of 18th-Century English Culture”—Deborah A. Jacobs, p. 82

Reviews:

Balbert, D. H. Lawrence and the Phallic Imagination: Essays on Sexual Identity and Feminist Misreading—Michael Patrick Gillespie, p. 90
Budick, Fiction and Historical Consciousness: The American Romance Tradition—John L. Idol, p. 92
Davis, Sexuality and Textuality in Henry James: Reading Through the Virginal; Auerbach, The Romance of Failure: First-Person Fictions of Poe, Hawthorne, and James and Tintner, The Book World of Henry James: Appropriating the Classics—Geoffrey D. Smith, p. 94
DeShazer, Inspiring Women: Reimagining the Muse and Briggs, Fire in the Crucible: The Alchemy of Creative Genius—Peter Casagrande, p. 98
Kennedy and Fogel, eds., American Letters and the Historical Consciousness: Essays in Honor of Lewis P. Simpson—Philip Castille, p. 103
Lund, Reading Thackeray—Glenda A. Hudson, p. 105
Nash, World-Games—The Tradition of Anti-Realist Revolt—J. Madison Davis, p. 107
Schwarz, The Transformation of the English Novel, 1890-1930—Robinson Blann, p. 109


22.2—SUMMER 1990

Special Issue on Editing Ulysses

Articles:

“Introduction”—Charles Rossman, p. 113
“Reflections on the Kidd Era”—Robin Bates, p. 119
“Rhetorics of Simulation and the 1984 Ulysses”—Eyal Amiran, p. 142
“The Error of Theory”—Patrick McGee, p. 148
“‘Circe’: Textual Method and Textual Meaning”—Ira B. Nadel, p. 163
“Inherent Delicacy: Eumaean Questions”—Fritz Senn, p. 179
“What the Unpublished Letters Can Tell Us: Or, Is Anyone Watching?”—David Hayman, p. 187
“Critical Sensitivity: Or, Minding the Stones”—Fritz Senn, p. 189
“Wonder did He Wrote It Himself: Meditations on Editing Finnegans Wake in the ‘Gabler Era’”—Thomas A. Vogler, p. 192
“Certitude and Circularity: The Search for Ulysses”—Michael Patrick Gillespie, p. 216
“A Reply to Michael Patrick Gillespie”—Charles Rossman, p. 231
The Historical Record: The Kidd/Gabler Exchange at the Society for Textual Scholarship, April 1985
“The Context of the First Salvo in the Joyce Wars”—John Kidd, p. 237
“Errors of Execution in the 1984 Ulysses”—John Kidd, p. 243
“A Response to John Kidd, ‘Errors of Execution in the 1984 Ulysses’”—Hans Walter Gabler, p. 250
“A Bibliography of the ‘Gabler Ulysses’”—Charles Rossman, p. 257


22.3—FALL 1990

Articles:

“Pragmatists and Plots: Pierre and The Damnation of Theron Ware”—David Heddendorf, p. 271
“The Dialogic Universe of Middlemarch”—Timothy Morris, p. 282
“How Stephen Crane Shaped Henry Fleming”—Kevin J. Hayes, p. 296
“‘a new father, a new home’: Styron, Faulkner, and Southern Revisionism”—Christopher Metress, p. 308
“The Critical Reception of the Gabler Ulysses: Or, Gabler’s Ulysses Kidd-napped: Part Two”—Charles Rossman, p. 323

Reviews:

Borus, Writing Realism: Howells, James and Norris in the Mass Market—Phillip D. Atteberry, p. 355
Dällenbach, The Mirror in the Text—Eugene Hollahan, p. 357
Habegger, Henry James and the “Woman Business” and McWhirter,Desire and Love in Henry James: A Study of the Late Novels—Judith Funston, p. 361
Kelly, Fictional Genders: Role and Representation in Nineteenth-Century French Narrative—Robert R. Brock, p. 365
Kuehl, Alternate Worlds: A Study of Postmodern Antirealistic American Fiction and Olster, Reminiscence and Re-Creation in Contemporary American Fiction—Jerome Klinkowitz, p. 367
Lothe, Conrad’s Narrative Method—William R. Everdell, p. 369
Smallwood, Fielding and the Woman Question: The Novels of Henry Fielding and Feminist Debate 1700-1750—Lila Graves, p. 371
Tallis, In Defense of Realism—J. Madison Davis, p. 373
Worthen, D. H. Lawrence: A Literary Life—Michael Squires, p. 374


22.4—WINTER 1990

Articles:

“‘Onomaphobia’ and Personal Identity in Moll Flanders”—Mary Butler, p. 377
“A Man’s Resolution: Narrative Strategies in Wilkie Collins’ The Woman in White”—Mary Donaghy and Pamela Perkins, p. 392
“The Wondrous Marriages of Daniel Deronda: Gender, Work, and Love”—Joanne Long DeMaria, p. 403
“Henry Fleming’s Heroics in The Red Badge of Courage: A Satiric Search for a ‘Kinder, Gentler’ Heroism”—Mary Neff Shaw, p. 418
“Theodore Dreiser and the Criminal Justice System in An American Tragedy”—Sally Day Trigg, p. 429

Review Essay:

“Some Working Assumptions About Literary Creating”—Peter J. Casagrande, p. 441

Reviews:

Backscheider, Daniel Defoe: His Life—David B. Paxman, p. 464
Bakker, Pastoral in Antebellum Southern Romance—Kerry Ahearn, p. 468
Berman, Narcissism and the Novel and Imlay, Charlotte Brontë and the Mysteries of Love—Donald E. Hall, p. 470
Gilbert and Gubar, No Man’s Land: The Place of the Woman Writer in the Twentieth Century, Volume 2: Sexchanges—Katherine Fishburn, p. 472
Graham, Vathek and the Escape from Time: Bicentenary Revaluations—Kevin L. Cope, p. 476
Leigh, Radical Fictions and the Novels of Norman Mailer and Wenke, Mailer’s America—John Whalen-Bridge, p. 479
Levine, Conspiracy and Romance: Studies in Brockden Brown, Cooper, Hawthorne, and Melville—Michael Oriard, p. 482
Marotti, The Duplicating Imagination: Twain and the Twain Papers—Gary Scharnhorst, p. 485
Rubin, The Edge of the Swamp: A Study of the Literature and Society of the Old South—Philip D. Castille, p. 486

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