Volume 26

26.1 and 2—SUMMER 1994

Special Number: The Romantic Novel

Articles:

“Introduction”—Scott Simpkins, p. 1
“Questioning the Romantic Novel”—Stephen C. Behrendt, p. 5
“Eighteenth-Century Periodicals and the Romantic Rise of the Novel”—Clifford Siskin, p. 26
“Mary Shelley’s Mathilda: Melancholy and the Political Economy of Romanticism”—Tilottama Rajan, p. 43
“Scott and the Scene of Explanation: Framing Contextuality in The Bride of Lammermoor”—James Chandler, p. 69
“Making it in a Brave New World: Marriage, Profession, and Anti-Romantic Ekstasis in Austen’s Persuasion”—Charles Rzepka, p. 99
“Amelia Opie’s Adeline Mowbray: Diverting the Libertine Gaze; or, The Vindication of a Fallen Woman”—Roxanne Eberle, p. 121
“Telling Tales About Genre: Poetry in the Romantic Novel”—Mary A. Favret, p. 153
“‘Unprepared for Sudden Transformations’: Identity and Politics inMelmoth the Wanderer”—Joseph Lew, p. 173


26.3—FALL 1994 

Articles:

“Mauling Governor Pyncheon”—Peter J. Bellis, p. 199
“Charlotte Brontë’s Villette: Forgeries of Sex and Self”—Laura E. Ciolkowski, p. 218
“Amy Levy and the ‘Jewish Novel’: Representing Jewish Life in the Victorian Period”—Linda Hunt, p. 235
“The Prisonhouse of My Disposition: A Study of the Psychology of Addiction in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde”—Daniel L. Wright, p. 254
“Staging the Gaze in D. H. Lawrence’s Women in Love”—Earl Ingersoll, p. 268
“Telling Tales About Genre: Poetry in the Romantic Novel”—Mary A. Favret, pg. 281

Review Essay:

“Recontextualizing Henry James”—Kristin Boudreau, p. 301

Reviews:

Carroll, David. George Eliot and the Conflict of Interpretations, A Reading of the Novels—Kathleen Blake, p. 310
Duncan, Jim. Modern Romance and Transformations of the Novel: The Gothic, Scott, Dickens—Ina Ferris, p. 312
Greenfield, Bruce. Narrating Discovery: The Romantic Explorer in American Literature, 1790-1855—Elizabeth Jane Wall Hinds, p. 314
Kauvar, Elaine. Cynthia Ozick’s Fiction: Tradition and Invention—Edward Alexander, p. 317
Kelsall, Malcolm. The Great Good Place: The Country House and English Literature—Cynthia Wall, p. 318
Kraft, Elizabeth. Character and Consciousness in Eighteenth-Century Comic Fiction—R. S. Krishnam, p. 322
Martinez-Bonati, Fèlix. “Don Quixote” and the Poetics of the Novel—James A. Parr, p. 325
Morrison, Toni. Playing in the Dark—Anne Stavney, p. 328
Small, Ian. Oscar Wilde Revalued: An Essay on New Materials and Methods of Research—Michael Patrick Gillespie, p. 330
Tetlow, Wendolyn E. Hemingway’s “In Our Time”: Lyrical Dimensions—Gail Sinclair, p. 332
Thoms, Peter. The Windings of the Labyrinth: Quest and Structure in the Major Novels of Wilkie Collins—Lillian Nayder, p. 334


26.4—WINTER 1994

Articles:

“Of Woman Borne: Male Experience and Feminine Truth in Jane Austen’s Novels”—Sarah R. Morrison, p. 337
“Apocalypse When? Shirley’s Vision and the Politics of Reading”—Sally Greene, p. 350
“The Choice of Innocence: Hilda in The Marble Faun”—Emily Schiller, p. 372
“Apropos of Nothing: Chance and Narrative in Forster’s A Passage to India”—Leland Monk, p. 392
“Wifely Silence and Speech in Three Marriage Novels by H. G. Wells”—Janice H. Harris, p. 404

Review Essay:

“Heart of Darkness: Recent Readings of Jane Austen”—Barry Roth, p. 420

Reviews:

Andiamo, Joseph. Our Ladies of Darkness: Feminine Deaemonology in Male Gothic Fiction—Joseph W. Lew, p. 430
Boardman, Michael M. Narrative Innovation and Incoherence: Ideology in Defoe, Goldsmith, Austen, Eliot, and Hemingway—Shawn Lisa Maurer, p. 431
Clingman, Stephen. The Novels of Nadine Gordimer: History From the Inside and Ettin, Andrew Vogel. Betrayals of the Body Politic: The Literary Commitments of Nadine Gordimer—Judie Newman, p. 435
Cvetkovich, Anne. Mixed Feelings: Feminism, Mass Culture, and Victorian Sensationalism—Pamela K. Gilbert, p. 438
Descombes, Vincent. Proust: Philosophy of the Novel—William C. Carter, p. 440
Hampson, Robert. Joseph Conrad: Betrayal and Identity—Brian W. Shaffer, p. 442
Sturgess, Philip J. M. Narrativity: Theory and Practice—Bernard Duyfhuizen, p. 444
Tintner, Adeline R. Henry James and the Lust of the Eyes: Thirteen Artists in his Work—Donald Stone, p. 447
Van Sant, Jessie. Eighteenth-Century Sensibility and the Novel: The Senses in Social Context—Sydny McMillen Conger, p. 449

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