Volume 23

23.1—SPRING 1991

Special Number: Hawthorne in the Nineties

Articles:

“Introduction”—Rita K. Gollin and David B. Kesterson, p. 1
“Cosmopolitan and Provincial: Hawthorne and the Reference of American Studies”—Michael J. Colacurcio, p. 3
“Doing Cultural Work: ‘My Kinsman Major Molineaux’ and the Construction of the Self-Made Man”—T. Walter Herbert, Jr., p. 20
“Fantasy, Reality, and Audience in Hawthorne’s ‘Drowne’s Wooden Image’”—Frederick Newberry, p. 28
“Hawthorne’s Bliss of Paternity: Sophia’s Absence from ‘The Old Manse’”—Leland S. Person, Jr., p. 46
“Hawthorne and Emerson in ‘The Old Manse’”—Larry J. Reynolds, p. 60
“Nathaniel Hawthorne: The Flesh and the Spirit: Or, ‘Gratifying Your Coarsest Animal Needs’”—Rita K. Gollin, p. 82
“Hawthorne and the Politics of Slavery”—Jennifer Fleischner, p. 96
“Hawthorne, Inheritance, and Women’s Property”—Gillian Brown, p. 107
“The Circulation of Women in The House of the Seven Gables”—Teresa Goddu, p. 119
“Hawthorne and Judaism: Otherness and Identity in The Marble Faun”—Elissa Greenwald, p. 128
“‘A Linked Circle of Three’ Plus One: Nonverbal Communication in The Marble Faun”—John L. Idol, p. 139
“Literary Reputation and the Essays of Our Old Home”—Judy Schaaf Anhorn, p. 152
“‘Hawthornesque Shapes’: The Picturesque and the Romance”—Thomas Woodson, p. 167


23.2—SUMMER 1991

Articles:

“Criminal Ms-Representation: Moll Flanders and Female Criminal Biography”—John Rietz, p. 183
“Sexuality in Emma: A Case History”—Nicholas E. Preus, p. 196
“Finding A Voice: Towards a Woman’s Discourse of Dialogue in the Narration of Jane Eyre”—Joan D. Peters, p. 217
White-Jacket’s Classical Oration”—Kathleen E. Kier, p. 237
“Scenes of Professional Life: Mrs. Oliphant and the New Victorian Clergyman”—Joseph H. O’Mealy, p. 245
“Ironic Structure and Untold Stories in The Age of Innocence”—Kathy Miller Hadley, p. 262

Reviews:

Battestin and Battestin, Henry Fielding: A Life—William Holtz, p. 273
Chapman, Henry James’s Portrait of the Writer as Hero and Fussell, The French Side of Henry James—Judith E. Funston, p. 275
Dewey, In a Dark Time: The Apocalyptic Temper in the American Novel of the Nuclear Age and McHoul and Willis, Writing Pynchon: Strategies in Fictional Analysis and the Mysteries of Love—Jerome Klinkowitz, p. 278
Doody and Sabor, eds., Samuel Richardson: Tercentenary Essays—Manuel Schonhorn, p. 280
Halliburton, The Color of the Sky: A Study of Stephen Crane—Mary Neff Shaw, p. 283
Harrington, Faulkner’s Fables of Creativity: The Non-Yoknapatawpha Novels—Doreen Fowler, p. 285
Johnson, Don Quixote: The Quest for Modern Fiction—Richard Hull, p. 286
Kerr, Fiction Against History: Scott As Storyteller—William R. Everdell, p. 287
Stanton, Hemingway and Spain: A Pursuit—Gerry Brenner, p. 289
Vita-Finzi, Edith Wharton and the Art of Fiction—Barbara Bair, p. 291


23.3—FALL 1991

Articles:

“Marks, Stamps, and Representations: Character in Eighteenth-Century Fiction”—David Oakleaf, p. 295
“Sociability and the Sequel: Rewriting Hero and Journey in The Pilgrim’s Progress, Part II”—Betty A. Schellenberg, p. 312
“The Monster Within: The Alien Self in Jane Eyre and Frankenstein”—Arlene Young, p. 325
“The Misunderstood Pancks: Money and the Rhetoric of Disguise in Little Dorrit”—Wilfred P. Dvorak, p. 339
“Spontaneous Combustion in Redburn: Redburn’s Ultimate Guidebook?”—Ernest S. Bernard, p. 348
“Céline and ‘Autofictional’ First-Person Narration”—Thomas C. Spear, p. 357
“The Art of the Acronym in Thomas Pynchon”—Manfred Pütz, p. 371

Reviews:

Brinkmeyer, The Art & Vision of Flannery O’Connor—Robinson Blann, p. 384
Graham, ed., Gothic Fictions: Prohibition/Transgression—Kevin L. Cope, p. 387
Halperin, Novelists in Their Youth—Peter J. Casagrande, p. 389
MacArthur, Extravagant Narratives: Closure and Dynamics in the Epistolary Form—Robert Brock, p. 395
Manning, The Puritan-Provincial Vision: Scottish and American Literature in the Nineteenth Century—Norman S. Grabo, p. 396
Morgan, Sisters in Time: Imagining Gender in Nineteenth-Century British Fiction—Glenda Hudson, p. 397
Pizer, ed., Critical Essays on Stephen Crane’s “The Red Badge of Courage”—Mary Neff Shaw, p. 399
Stephenson, The Daybreak Boys: Essays on the Literature of the Beat Generation and Berryman, Decade of Novels/Fiction of the 1970s: Form and Challenge—Jerome Klinkowitz, p. 401
Tintner, The Pop World of Henry James: From Fairy Tales to Science Fiction—Geoffrey D. Smith, p. 403


23.4—WINTER 1991

Articles:

“Interpolated Tales as Allegories of Reading: Joseph Andrews”—Joseph F. Bartolomeo, p. 405
“Housekeeping and Hegemony in Bleak House”—Martin A. Danahay, p. 416
“(Re)Visions of Virtue: Elizabeth Gaskell’s Moorland Cottage and George Eliot’s The Mill on the Floss”—Ramona Lumpkin, p. 432
The Professor’s House: The Sense of an Ending”—Michael Leddy, p. 443
“The Human Heart in Conflict: Light in August’s Schizophrenic Narrator”—David M. Toomey, p. 452
“In His Beginning, His Ends: The ‘Preface’ to Meredith’s Diana of the Crossways”—Gayla McGlamery, p. 470

Reviews:

Bleikasten, The Ink of Melancholy: Faulkner’s Novels from “The Sound and the Fury” to “Light in August”—Sally Wolff, p. 492
Brodsky, William Faulkner, Life Glimpses—Philip Castille, p. 494
Chittick, Dickens and the 1830s and Meckier, Innocent Abroad: Charles Dickens’s American Engagements—Richard J. Dunn, p. 496
Fryckstedt, On the Brink: English Novels of 1866—Eugene Hollahan, p. 499
Huang, Transforming the Cinderella Dream: From Frances Burney to Charlotte Brontë—Elizabeth Langland, p. 502
Limon, The Place of Fiction in the Time of Science: A Disciplinary History of American Writing—Michael Clark, p. 504
Olsen, Circus of the Mind in Motion: Postmodernism and the Comic Vision—J. Madison Davis, p. 506
Saltzman, Designs of Darkness in Contemporary American Fiction—Gail Regier, p. 508
Spilka, Hemingway’s Quarrel with Androgyny—Leonard Butts, p. 509
Tilby, Beyond the Nouveau Roman: Essays on the Contemporary French Novel—Robert R. Brock, p. 512
Wall, Changing Our Own words: Essays on Criticism, Theory, and Writing by Black Women—Barbara Bair, p. 514

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