Volume 28

28.1—SPRING 1996

Articles:

“Writing Men Reading in Charlotte Lennox’s The Female Quixote”—Ellen Gardiner, p. 1
“Looking at the Other: Cultural Difference and the Traveller’s Gaze inThe Italian”—Diego Saglia, p. 12
“‘Song of the Dying Swan’?: The Nineteenth-Century Response toPersuasion”—Joanne Wilkes, p. 38
“Inside and Outside: Jane Eyre and Marginalization Through Labeling”—John G. Peters, p. 57
 ‘Mon Pauvre Prisonnier’: Becky Sharp and the Triumph of Napoleon”—Patricia Marks, p. 76
The Ghost and Mrs. Muir: Laughing With the Captain in the House”—Margaret D. Stetz, p. 93

Reviews:

Alkon, Paul K. Science Fiction Before 1900: Imagination Discovers Technology—John Huntington, p. 114
Bryant, John. Melville and Repose: The Rhetoric of Humor in the American Renaissance—Dennis Berthold, p. 115
Bueler, Lois E. “Clarissa”’s Plots—Murray L. Brown, p. 118
Darnell, Donald. James Fenimore Cooper, Novelist of Manners—John Engell, p. 120
Foley, Barbara. Radical Representations: Politics and Form in U. S. Proletarian Fiction, 1929–1941—Stephen Enniss, p. 122
Luftig, Victor. Seeing Together: Friendship Between the Sexes in English Writing, From Mill to Woolf—Kelly Hager, p. 123
Murav, Harriet. Holy Foolishness: Dostoevsky’s Novels and the Politics of Cultural Critique—David M. Bethea, p. 125
Stevenson, Robert Louis. Tales from the Prince of Storytellers—Katherine Linehan, p. 129
Sullivan, Zohreh T. Narratives of Empire: The Fictions of Rudyard Kipling—John A. McClure, p. 130
Turner, Martha A. Mechanism and the Novel: Science in the Narrative Process—Daniel Schenker, p. 132
Watson, Ritchie Devon, Jr. Yeoman Versus Cavalier: The Old Southwest’s Road to Rebellion—Philip Dubuisson Castille, p. 135
Watts, Steven. The Romance of Real Life: Charles Brockden Brown and the Origins of American Culture—Elizabeth Jane Wall Hinds, p. 138


28.2—SUMMER 1996

Articles:

“Men of Sense and Silly Wives: The Confusions of Mr. Knightley”—Mary Waldron, p. 141
“The Psychology of Loneliness in Wuthering Heights”—Eric P. Levy, p. 158
“Maggie Tulliver’s Sad Sacrifice: Confusing But Not Confused”—June Skye Szirotny, p. 178
“Sophia Lee and the Gothic of Female Community”—Megan Lynn Isaac, p. 200
“‘God save us from bourgeois adventure’: The Figure of the Terrorist in Contemporary American Conspiracy Fiction”—Steffen Hantke, p. 219

Essay-Review:

“The Function of Literature in the Age of the Masses”—Michael Tratner, p. 244

Reviews:

Baldridge, Cates. The Dialogues of Dissent in the English Novel—Daryl S. Ogden, p. 256
Comley, Nancy R. and Robert Scholes. Hemingway’s Genders: Rereading the Hemingway Text—D. Quentin Miller, p. 258
Keane, Patrick J. Coleridge’s Submerged Politics: “The Ancient Mariner” and “Robinson Crusoe”—Irving N. Rothman, p. 260
Lewiecki-Wilson, Cynthia. Writing Against the Family: Gender in Lawrence and Joyce—Earl G. Ingersoll, p. 263
McCormick, Kathleen and Erwin R. Steinberg, eds. Approaches to Teaching Joyce’s “Ulysses”—Daniel R. Schwarz, p. 266
Spoo, Robert. James Joyce and the Language of History: Dedalus’s Nightmare—Susan C. Harris, p. 271
Stahl, J. D. Mark Twain, Culture and Gender: Envisioning America Through Europe—David Laverenz, p. 274


28.3—FALL 1996

Special Number: Queerer Than Fiction

Articles:

“Introduction: Queerer than Fiction”—Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, p. 277
“Pursuing Perfection: Dombey and Son, Female Homoerotic Desire, and the Sentimental Heroine”—Mary Armstrong, p. 281
“Forged in Crisis: Queer Beginnings of Modern Masculinity in a Canonical French Novel”—James Creech, p. 303
“Strange Brothers”—Jonathan Goldberg, p. 322
“Strange Gourmet: Taste, Waste, Proust”—Joseph Litvak, p. 338
“The Importance of Being Bored: The Dividends of Ennui in The Picture of Dorian Gray”—Jeff Nunokawa, p. 357
“Tearing the Goat’s Flesh: Homosexuality, Abjection and the Production of a Late-Twentieth-Century Black Masculinity—Robert Reid-Pharr, p. 372
“The Female World of Exorcism and Displacement (or, Relations Between Women in Henry James’s Nineteenth-Century The Portrait of a Lady)—Melissa Solomon, p. 395
“‘Sinister Fruitiness’: Neuromancer, Internet Sexuality and the Turing Test”—Tyler Stevens, p. 414
“Prophylactics and Brains: Beloved in the Cybernetic Age of Aids”—Kathryn Bond Stockton, p. 434


28.4—WINTER 1996

Articles:

“Non-Canonical Women’s Novels of the Romantic Era: Romantic Ideologies and the Problematics of Gender and Genre”—Julie Shaffer, p. 469
“The Mystery at Thornfield: Representations of Madness in Jane Eyre”—Valerie Beattie, p. 493
“Resisting Gwendolen’s ‘Subjection’: Daniel Deronda’s Proto-Feminism”—Eileen Sypher, p. 506
“The Mythic Svengali: Anti-Aestheticism in Trilby”—Jonathan H. Grossman, p. 525
“Interiors and the Interior Life in Edith Wharton’s The House of Mirth”—John Clubbe, p. 543
“Resurfacings of The Deeps: Semiotic Balance in Marilynne Robinson’sHousekeeping”—Kristin King, p. 565

Essay-Review:

“Doing Djuna Justice: The Challenges of the Barnes Biography”—Margot Norris, p. 581

Reviews:

Atwill, William D. Fire and Power: The American Space Program as Postmodern Narrative—D. Quentin Miller, p. 592
Kessler, Carol Farley. Charlotte Perkins Gilman: Her Progress Toward Utopia with Selected Writings—Gary Scharnhorst, p. 594
Kopelson, Kevin. Love’s Litany: The Writing of Modern Homoerotics—John Maynard, p. 597
Langland, Elizabeth. Nobody’s Angels: Middle-Class Women and Domestic Ideology in Victorian Culture—John R. Reed, p. 599
McClure, John. Late Imperial Romance—Andrea White, p. 601
Menton, Seymour. Latin American’s New Historical Novel—Jane Robinett, p. 604
Parker, David. Ethics, Theory, and the Novel—Christian Moraru, p. 607
Rabinovitz, Rubin. Innovation in Samuel Beckett’s Fiction—Sylvie Debevec Henning, p. 611
Rossen, Janice. The University in Modern Fiction: When Power is Academic—Frank G. Novak, Jr., p. 612

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