Volume 25

25.1—SPRING 1993

Articles:

“The Narrative Mode of Caleb Williams: Problems and Resolutions”—Gerard A. Barker, p. 1
“‘born-free-and-equal’: Benign Cliché and Narrative Imperialism in Melville’s Mardi”—Michael C. Berthold, p. 16
“Charles Dickens’s Great Expectations: A Defense of the Second Ending”—Jerome Meckier, p. 28
“George Eliot and the Ambiguity of Murder”—Henry Alley, p. 59
“‘He is English and Therefore Adventurous’: Politics, Decadence, andDracula”—Troy Boone, p. 76
“Meursault the Straw Man”—Robert R. Brock, p. 92

Reviews:

Ammons, Elizabeth. Conflicting Stories: American Women Writers at the Turn into the Twentieth Century—Susan Morgan, p. 102
Bongie, Chris. Exotic Memories: Literature, Colonialism, and the Fin de siècle—Sangeeta Ray, p. 105
Erdinast-Vulcan, Daphna. Joseph Conrad and the Modern Temper—Daniel R. Schwarz, p. 108
Fergus, Jan. Jane Austen: A Literary Life; Horwitz, Barbara J. Jane Austen and the Question of Women’s Education and MacDonagh, Oliver.Jane Austen: Real and Imagined Worlds—Barry Roth, p. 112
Garber, Marjorie. Vested Interests: Cross-Dressing & Cultural Anxiety—Nina Auerbach, p. 114
Graham, Kenneth W. The Politics of Narrative: Ideology and Social Change in Godwin’s “Caleb Williams”—Robert G. Robinson III, p. 115
Hall, N. John. Trollope: A Biography—Richard Dunn, p. 118
Horwitz, Howard. By the Law of Nature: Form and Value in Nineteenth-Century America—John L. Idol, p. 120
Hudson, Glenda A. Sibling Love and Incest in Jane Austen’s Fiction—Thomas Marshall, p. 122
Rans, Geoffrey. Cooper’s Leather-stocking Novels, a Secular Reading—John Engell, p. 124
Tintner, Adeline R. The Cosmopolitan World of Henry James: An Intertextual Study—Geoffrey D. Smith, p. 127


25.2—SUMMER 1993

Articles:

“Learning to Read Richardson: Pamela, ‘speaking pictures,’ and the Visual Hermeneutic”—Murray L. Brown, p. 129
“Reading the Symptoms: An Exploration of Repression and Hysteria in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein”—Colleen Hobbs, p. 152
“‘By No Means an Improbable Fiction’: Redgauntlet’s Novel Historicism”—Rohan Maitzen, p. 170
“The Instabilities of inheritance in Oliver Twist” —Cates Baldridge, p. 184
“The Tailor Transformed: Kingsley’s Alton Locke and the Notion of Change”—Alan Rauch, p. 196
“Edith Wharton’s ‘Bad Heroine’: Sophy Viner in The Reef”—William R. MacNaughton, p. 214

Reviews:

Cook, Sylvia Jenkins. Erskine Caldwell and the Fiction of Poverty: The Flesh and the Spirit—Ronald W. Hoag, p. 228
Gard, Roger. Jane Austen’s Novels: The Art of Clarity—Patricia Meyer Spacks, p. 230
Garson, Marjorie. Hardy’s Fables of Integrity: Woman, Body, Text—Deborah L. Collins, p. 233
Heller, Tamar. Dead Secrets: Wilkie Collins and the Female Gothic—John R. Reed, p. 235
Hlavsa, Virginia V. James. Faulkner and the Thoroughly Modern Novel—Philip Dubuisson Castille, p. 237
Kelsey, Nigel. D. H. Lawrence: Sexual Crisis—Diane S. Bonds, p. 239
Masse, Michelle A. In the Name of Love: Women, Masochism, and the Gothic—Jeanette Shumaker, p. 241
Posnock, Ross. The Trial of Curiosity: Henry James, William James, and the Challenge of Modernity—Paul B. Armstrong, p. 243
Schonhorn, Manuel. Defoe’s Politics: Parliament, Power, Kingship and Robinson Crusoe—Martine Watson Brownley, p. 247
Siegel, Carol. Lawrence Among the Women: Wavering Boundaries in Women’s Literary Traditions—Judith Ruderman, p. 249
Waid, Candace. Edith Wharton’s Letters from the Underworld: Fictions of Women and Writing—Barbara Bair, p. 251


25.3—FALL 1993

Articles:

“‘Subtle, but remorseful hypocrite’: Dimmesdale’s Moral Character”—Kenneth D. Pimple, p. 257
Villette and The Marble Faun”—Jack C. Wills, p. 272
“Reading Blackwater Park: Gothicism, Narrative, and Ideology in The Woman in White”—Stephen Bernstein, p. 291
“Some Theories of One’s Own: Orlando and the Novel”—Nicola Thompson, p. 306
Brideshead Revisited and the Modern Historicization of Memory”—David Rothstein, p. 318
“Narrative Inscription, History and the Reader in Robert Coover’s The Public Burning”—Richard Walsh, p. 332

Reviews:

Beiderwell, Bruce. Power and Punishment in Scott’s Novels—Deborah A. Gutschera, p. 348
Brown, Marshall. Preromanticism—John Richetti, p. 350
Kahn, Madeleine. Narrative Transvestism: Rhetoric and Gender in the Eighteenth-Century English Novel—Joel Reed, p. 354
Klinkowitz, Jerome. Structuring the Void: The Struggle for the Subject in Contemporary American Fiction—Patrick O’Donnell, p. 356
Kowaleski-Wallace, Elizabeth. Their Fathers’ Daughters: Hannah Moore, Maria Edgeworth, and Patriarchal Complicity—Isobel Grundy, p. 358
Millington, Richard H. Practicing Romance: Narrative Form and the Cultural Engagement in Hawthorne’s Fiction—John Engell, p. 360
Perera, Suvendrini. The English Novel from Edgeworth to Dickens—Joyce Zonana, p. 363
Railton, Stephen. Authorship and Audience: Literary Performers in the American Renaissance—Jon Hauss, p. 365
Romines, Ann. The Home Plot: Women, Writing and Domestic Ritual—Valerie Fulton, p. 368
Scafella, Frank, ed. Hemingway: Essays of Reassessment—Robert W. Lewis, p. 370
Sklenicka, Carol. D. H. Lawrence and the Child—Michael Squires, p. 373
Stern, Milton R. Contexts for Hawthorne: “The Marble Faun” and the Politics of Openness and Closure in American Literature—Rita K. Gollin, p. 375
Wagenknecht, Edward. Seven Masters of Supernatural Fiction—Ivan Melada, p. 377
Widmer, Kingsley. Defiant Desire: Some Dialectical Legacies of D. H. Lawrence—Earl Ingersoll, p. 379


25.4—WINTER 1993

Articles:

“Loose Ends in Roxana and The French Lieutenant’s Woman”—Dianne Osland, p. 381
“‘Filial Duty’: Reading the Patriarchal Body in ‘The Custom House’”—Eric Savoy, p. 397
“‘The Way Our People Came’: Citizenship, Capitalism and Racial Difference in The Valley of the Moon”—Christopher Gair, p. 418
“The Vampire Lust in D. H. Lawrence”—Sung Ryol Kim, p. 436
A Farewell to Arms and the Sunday-School Jesus”—Gary Sloan, p. 449
“‘The Lie We Must Learn to Live By’: Honor and Tradition in All the King’s Men”—John Blair, p. 457

Reviews:

Bonaparte, Felicia. The Gypsy-Bachelor of Manchester: The Life of Mrs. Gaskell’s Demon—John R. Reed, p. 474
DiPiero, Thomas. Dangerous Truths and Criminal Passions: The Evolution of the French Novel, 1569-1791—Julia Douthwaite, p. 476
Hyde, Virginia. The Risen Adam: D. H. Lawrence’s Revisionist Typology—Maria DiBattista, p. 481
Keymer, Tom. Richardson’s “Clarissa” and the Eighteenth-Century Reader—Paula Backscheider, p. 483
Lanser, Susan Sniader. Fictions of Authority: Women Writers and Narrative Voice—Sylvia Bowerbank, p. 486
Maltby, Paul. Dissident Postmodernists: Barthelme, Coover, Pynchon—John Whalen-Bridge, p. 490
Meyers, Jeffrey. Edgar Allan Poe: His Life and Legacy—Richard Kopley, p. 491
Miller, J. Hillis. Ariadne’s Thread: Story Lines—Brian Richardson, p. 493
Prince, Gerald. Narrative as Theme: Studies in French Fiction—William Everdell, p. 495
Shillingsburg, Peter L. Pegasus in Harness: Victorian Publishing and W. M. Thackeray—Judith Fisher, p. 497

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