Volume 24

24.1—SPRING 1992

Articles:

“‘Silenc’d by Authority’ in Joseph Andrews: Power, Submission, and Mutuality in ‘The History of Two Friends’”—Raymond Stephanson, p. 1
“‘Pip’ and ‘Property’: the (Re)Production of the Self in Great Expectations”—Gail Turley Houston, p. 13
“In Defense of the Epilogue of Crime and Punishment”—David Matual, p. 26
“Sir Austin, His Devil, and the Well-Designed World”—Lewis Horne, p. 35
“Sinclair Lewis, Paul De Kruif, and the Composition of Arrowsmith”—James M. Hutchisson, p. 48
“History over Theology: The Case for Pinkie in Greene’s Brighton Rock”—Trevor L. Williams, p. 67
“Golding’s Lord of the Flies: Pride as Original Sin”—John F. Fitzgerald and John R. Kayser, p. 78

Reviews:

Bellis, No Mysteries Out of Ourselves: Identity and Textual Form in the Novels of Herman Melville—Gary Scharnhorst, p. 90
Chapman, The Language of Thomas Hardy—Annette Sisson, p. 90
Hawthorn, Joseph Conrad: Narrative Technique and Ideological Commitment—William R. Everdell, p. 92
Jacobs, The Character of Truth: Historical Figures in Contemporary Fiction—Gail Regier, p. 93
Jones and Goodwin, eds., Feminism, Utopia, and Narrative—Katherine Fishburn, p. 95
Messenger, Sport and the Spirit of Play in Contemporary American Fiction—Jerome Klinkowitz, p. 99
Mitchell, Determined Fictions: American Literary Naturalism—Stephen C. Brennan, p. 101
Reck, Drieu La Rochelle and the Picture Gallery Novel—Robert R. Brock, p. 103
Swingle, Romanticism and Anthony Trollope: A Study in the Continuities of Nineteenth-Century Literary Thought—Glenda A. Hudson, p. 105
Tuttleton and Lombardo, eds., The Sweetest Impression of Life: The James Family and Italy—Geoffrey D. Smith, p. 107
Weekes, Irish Women Writers: An Uncharted Tradition—Marilyn Throne, p. 108


24.2—SUMMER 1992

Articles:

“Authorized Punishment in Dickens’s Fiction”—John R. Reed, p. 112
“The Author’s Corpse and the Humean Problem of Personal Identity in Hawthorne’s The House of the Seven Gables”—William J. Scheick, p. 131
“Space, Time, and Coincidence in Hardy”—Lawrence Jay Dessner, p. 154
“Narrative Strategy and Imperialism in Conrad’s Lord Jim”—Padmini Mongia, p. 173

Review Essay:

“Some New American Adams: Politics and the Novel into the Nineties”—John Whalen-Bridge, p. 187

Reviews:

Ames, The Life of the Party: Festive Vision in Modern Fiction—Eugene Hollahan, p. 202
Dussinger, In the Pride of the Moment: Encounters in Jane Austen’s World—Mary Jane Chaffee, p. 204
Kramer, ed., Critical Essays on Thomas Hardy: The Novels—Annette Sisson, p. 206
Lewis, ed., Hemingway in Italy and Other Essays; Weber, Hemingway’s Art of Non-Fiction and Hays, Ernest Hemingway—Gerry Brenner, p. 210
McCarthy, “The Twisted Mind”: Madness in Herman Melville’s Fiction—Michael Clark, p. 216
McWilliams, The American Epic: Transforming a Genre, 1770-1860—Richard D. Rust, p. 218
Oriard, Sporting with the Gods: The Rhetoric of Play and Game in American Culture—Jerome Klinkowitz, p. 220
Pimental, Metamorphic Narration: Paranarrative Dimentions in A la recherche du temps perdu—Robert R. Brock, p. 222
Wollaeger, Joseph Conrad and the Fictions of Skepticism—Daniel R. Schwarz, p. 223


24.3—FALL 1992

Articles:

“Foxhunting and the English Social Order in Trollope’s The American Senator”—Jackson Trotter, p. 227
“Keeping One’s Distance: Irony and Doubling in Wuthering Heights”—David Galef, p. 242
“Samuel Clemens and the Ghost of Shakespeare”—James Hirsh, p. 251
“‘Pure Woman’ and Tragic Heroine? Conflicting Myths in Hardy’s Tess of the D’Urbervilles”—Lynn Parker, p. 273
“Above Suspicion: Audience and Deception in Under Western Eyes”—Allan Hepburn, p. 282
“Where Ideology Leaves Off: Cowley, Warren, and Faulkner Revisited”—William Bedford Clark, p. 298

Review Essay:

“Scholarly Editing, Textual Criticism, and Aesthetic Value: The Garland Thackeray Edition Project, A Case Study”—Judith L. Fisher, p. 309

Reviews:

Alexander, Creating Characters With Charles Dickens—Wilfred Dvorak, p. 322
Benstock, Narrative Con/Texts in Ulysses—Michael Patrick Gillespie, p. 323
Bohlmann, Conrad’s Existentialism and Hervouet, The French Face of Joseph Conrad—Kinley E. Roby, p. 324
Brophy, Women’s Lives and the 18th-Century English Novel—Syndy M. Conger, p. 329
Dugdale, Thomas Pynchon: Allusive Parables of Power—John Whalen-Bridge, p. 331
Edmiston, Hindsight and Insight: Focalization in Four Eighteenth-Century French Novels—Julie C. Hayes, p. 332
Freedman, Professions of Taste: Henry James, British Aestheticism and Commodity Culture—Geoffrey D. Smith, p. 334
Friedman, Understanding Cynthia Ozick—Elaine M. Kauvar, p. 336
Gabler-Hover, Truth in American Fiction: The Legacy of Rhetorical Idealism—Michael Clark, p. 338
Hughes and Lund, The Victorian Serial—Ellen M. Casey, p. 340
Humma, Metaphor and Meaning in D. H. Lawrence’s Later Novels—Earl G. Ingersoll, p. 342
Naginski, George Sand: Writing for Her Life—Lynn Hoggard, p. 344
Tavernier-Courbin, Ernest Hemingway’s A Moveable Feast: The Making of a Myth—Thomas K. Meier, p. 345


24.4—WINTER 1992

Articles:

“Henry Esmond’s Double Vision”—Terry Tierney, p. 349
“Dutch Painting and the Simple Truth in Adam Bede”—Daniel P. Gunn, p. 366
“Who Framed The Good Soldier? Dowell’s Story in Search of a Form”—Frank G. Nigro, p. 381
“Lawrence in Another Light: Women in Love and Existentialism”—John B. Humma, p. 392
“Nancibel Taylor and the Dos Passos Canon: Reconsidering Streets of Night”—Janet Galligani Casey, p. 410
“Dilsey’s Easter Conversion in Faulkner’s The Sound and the Fury”—Philip D. Castille, p. 423

Review Essay:

“Hawthorne and His Culture: Three Recent Views”—Leland S. Person, Jr., p. 434

Reviews:

Adams, “The Guardian of the Law”: Authority and Identity in James Fenimore Cooper—Michael Clark, p. 444
Ambrosini, Conrad’s Fiction as Critical Discourse—Vincent P. Pecora, p. 445
DeJean, Tender Geographies: Women and the Origins of the Novel in France—Elizabeth Goldsmith, p. 447
Kaplan, Katherine Mansfield and the Origins of Modernist Fiction—William R. Everdell, p. 449
Laurence, The Reading of Silence, Virginia Woolf in the English Tradition—Harvena Richter, p. 451
Pearce, The Politics of Narration: James Joyce, William Faulkner, and Virginia Woolf—Bernard Benstock, p. 453
Skaggs, After the World Broke in Two: The Later Novels of Willa Cather—Barbara Bair, p. 456
Smollett, The Expedition of Humphry Clinker, ed. Thomas R. Preston—Thomas Lockwood, p. 459
Stillinger, Multiple Authorship and the Myth of Solitary Genius—Paul Cantor, p. 460
Timmerman, John Steinbeck’s Fiction: The Aesthetics of the Road Taken—Christopher S. Busch, p. 463
Toyama, Beckett’s Game: Self and Language in the Trilogy—Brian Evenson, p. 465

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