Volume 27

27.1—SPRING 1995

Articles:

“Inevitable Politics: Rulership and Identity in Robinson Crusoe”—Frank Donoghue, p. 1
“The Novel’s Progress: Faction, Fiction, and Fielding”—Raymond D. Tumbleson, p. 12
“The Adultress in the Market-Place: Hawthorne and The Scarlett Letter”—Ken Egan, Jr., p. 26
“Broken Mirror, Broken Words: Autobiography, Prosopopeia, and the Dead Mother in Bleak House”—Carolyn M. Dever, p. 42
“Zosima, Mikhail, and Prosaic Confessional Dialogue in The Brothers Karamazov”—Paul J. Contino, p. 63

Reviews:

Bell, Millicent. Meaning in Henry James—Rayburn Moore, p. 88
Compagnon, Antoine. Proust Between Two Centuries, translated by Richard E. Goodkin—William C. Carter, p. 89
Fraiman, Susan. Unbecoming Women: British Women Writers and the Novel of Development—Mona Scheuermann, p. 92
Gatrell, Simon. Thomas Hardy and the Proper Study of Mankind—William W. Morgan, p. 93
Higonnet, Margaret R., ed. The Sense of Sex: Feminist Perspectives on Hardy—Suzanne R. Johnson, p. 96
Scheuermann, Mona. Her Bread to Earn: Women, Money, and Society from Defoe to Austen—Kevin Cope, p. 99
Short, Bryan C. Cast by Means of Figures: Herman Melville’s Rhetorical Development—Stan Goldman, p. 103
Turner, Cheryl. Living by the Pen: Women Writers in the Eighteenth Century—Kathryn R. King, p. 105
Warner, John. Joyce’s Grandfathers: Myth and History in Defoe, Smollett, Sterne, and Joyce—Stephen Soud, p. 107


27.2—SUMMER 1995

Articles:

“Marriage and Family in Fielding’s Fiction”—Gary Gautier, p. 111
“The Underground Man: A Question of Meaning”—Linda L. Williams, p. 129
“Tom Sawyer’s Games of Death”—Harold Aspiz, p. 141
“The Treasure-House of Language: Managing Symbolic Economies in Joyce’s Portrait”—Mark Osteen, p. 154
“William Turnergraystyron, Novelist(s): Reactivating State Power in The Confessions of Nat Turner”—Anthony Stewart, p. 169
“A World Worth Laughing At: Catch 22 and the Humor of Black Humor”—Daniel Green, p. 186

Essay-Review:

“Recent Fictions in Theory: A Reading of Jay Clayton’s Pleasures of Babel”—Gregory Jay, p. 197

Reviews:

Allen, Dennis W. Sexuality in Victorian Fiction—Pamela K. Gilbert, p. 214
Ballaster, Ros. Seductive Forms: Women’s Amatory Fiction from 1684-1740—Hans Turley, p. 215
Dunn, Richard J. Oliver Twist: Whole Heart and Soul—Ivan Melada, p. 218
Faller, Lincoln. Crime and Defoe: A New Kind of Writing—David Mazella, p. 220
Gindin, James. British Fiction in the 1930s: The Dispiriting Decade—Neil Nehring, p. 223
Lang, Frederick K. Ulysses and the Irish God—Daniel Schenker, p. 226
McGann, Jerome. Black Riders: The Visible Language of Modernism—Michael Wutz, p. 228
Quirk, Tom. Coming to Grips with “Huckleberry Finn”—David E. E. Sloane, p. 232
Smith, James F. An Inquiry into Narrative Deception and Its Uses in Fielding’s “Tom Jones”—Connie Capers Thorson, p. 234
Tate, Claudia. Domestic Allegories of Political Desire: The Black Heroine’s Text at the Turn of the Century—Michele Birnbaum, p. 236
Thomas, Deborah. Thackeray and Slavery—Judith L. Fisher, p. 238
Weinstein, Arnold. Nobody’s Home: Speech, Self, and Place in American Fiction from Hawthorne to DeLillo—Rosemarie A. Battaglia, p. 240
Wonham, Henry B. Mark Twain and the Art of the Tall Tale and Fishkin, Shelley Fisher. Was Huck Black? Mark Twain and African-American Voices—Alan Gribben, p. 243
Zomchick, John P. Family and the Law in Eighteenth-Century Fiction: The Public Conscience in the Private Sphere—Murray L. Brown, p. 248


27.3—FALL 1995

Special Number: Editing Novels and Novelists, Now

Articles:

“A Few Last Words, First”—Alexander Pettit, p. 251
“Smollett’s Peregrine Pickle Revisited”—O M Brack, Jr., p. 260
“Editing Women”—Marilyn Butler, p. 273
“Editing for the Classroom: Texts in Contexts”—J. Paul Hunter, p. 284
“The Scholarly Editor as Biographer”—James L. W. West III, p. 295
““Pursue that way of Fooling, and be damn’d’: Editing Aphra Behn”—Janet Todd, p. 304
“Coleridge on the Semi-Colon in Robinson Crusoe: Problems in Editing Defoe”—Irving N. Rothman, p. 320
“Toward the Production of a Text: Time, Space, and David Balfour”—Barry Menikoff, p. 351
“Editing Thackeray: A History”—Peter Shillingsburg, p. 363
“Conrad in Print and on Disk”—S. W. Reid, p. 375
“Editing Cather”—Susan J. Rosowski, Charles Mignon, Kari Ronning, and Frederick M. Link, p. 387
“Notes Toward Editing a Contemporary Writer’s Letters”—Elaine M. Kauvar, p. 401
“The Auteur-Author Paradox: How Critics of the Cinema and the Novel Talk about Flawed or Even ‘Mutilated’ Texts”—Hershel Parker, p. 413
“If That Was Then, Is This Now?”—D. C. Greetham, p. 427


27.4—WINTER 1995

Articles:

Emblemata Rhetorica: Glossing Emblematic Discourse in Richardson’sClarissa”—Murray L. Brown, p. 455
“Periphrastic Naming in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein”—Bernard Duyfhuizen, p. 477
““Proving a thing even while you contradict it’: Fictions, Beliefs, and Legitimation in The Memoirs of Barry Lyndon, Esq.”—Robert P. Fletcher, p. 493
“Robert Audley’s Secret: Male Homosocial Desire in Lady Audley’s Secret”—Richard Nemesvari, p. 515
“A Feminist Fantasy: Conflicting Ideologies in The Odd Women”—Patricia Comitini, p. 529
““Between Dog and Wolf’: Jean Rhys’s Version of Naturalism in After Leaving Mr Mackenzie”—Betsy Berry, p. 544

Reviews:

Amoss, Benjamin McRae, Jr. Time and Narrative in Stendhal—James T. Day, p. 564
Barnett, Louise K. Authority and Speech: Language, Society, and Self in the American Novel—Alessandro Portelli, p. 566
Brinkmeyer, Robert H. Jr. Katherine Anne Porter’s Artistic Development: Primitivism, Traditionalism, and Totalitarianism—Mary Titus, p. 568
Cohen, Sarah Blacker. Cynthia Ozick’s Comic Art: From Levity to Liturgyand Strandberg, Victor. Greek Mind/Jewish Soul: The Conflicted Art of Cynthia Ozick—Elaine M. Kauvar, p. 570
Fraiman, Susan. Unbecoming Women: British Women Writers and the Novel of Development and Druxes, Helga. The Feminization of Dr. Faustus: Female Identity Quests from Stendhal to Morgner—Frank G. Nigro, p. 573
Genette, Gèrard. Fiction and Diction, translated by Catherine Porter—Robert R. Brock, p. 575
Jackson, Robert Louis. Dialogues with Dostoevsky: The Overwhelming Questions—Caryl Emerson, p. 577
Kristeva, Julia. Proust and the Sense of Time—Eugene Hollahan, p. 582
Monk, Leland. Standard Deviations: Chance and the Modern British Novel—Timothy Morris, p. 584
Preston, Peter and Nicola Ceramella, eds., D. H. Lawrence. The Fox andThe Virgin and the Gipsy—William K. Buckley, p. 586
Relihan, Constance C. Fashioning Authority: The Development of Elizabethan Novelistic Discourse—Jacqueline Vanhoutte, p. 587
Schor, Naomi. George Sand and Idealism—Annabelle M. Rea, p. 589
Sharpe, Jenny. Allegories of Empire: The Figure of Woman in the Colonial Text—Glenda A. Hudson, p. 591
Wilson, Sharon Rose. Margaret Atwood’s Fairy-Tale Sexual Politics—Earl G. Ingersoll, p. 593
Winnifrith, Tom. Fallen Women in the Nineteenth-Century Novel—Pamela K. Gilbert, p. 595

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