Volume 29

29.1—Spring 1997

Articles:

“The Worthlessness of Duncan Heyward: A Waverley Hero in America”—Ian Dennis, p. 1
“The Two Faces of Lucy Snowe: A Study in Deviant Behavior”—Beverly Forsyth, p. 17
“‘It’s your father’s way’: The Father-Daughter Narrative and Female Development in Mary Wilkins Freeman’s Pembroke”—Heather K. Thomas, p. 26
“Lambert Strether and Negativity of Experience”—Collin Meissner, p. 40
“Fantasy as Necessity: The Role of the Biographer in The Moon and Sixpence”—David J. Macey, Jr., p. 61
“A ‘Hermaphrodite Sort of Deity’: Sexuality, Gender, and Gender Blending in Thomas Pynchon’s V.”—Mark D. Hawthorne, p. 74
“A Matter of Disguise: Locating the Self in Raymond Chandler’s The Big Sleep and The Long Goodbye”—Christopher Routledge, p. 94

Essay-Review:

“Ethical Narrative in Dickens and Thackeray”—Judith Fisher, p. 108

Reviews:

Campbell, Jill. Natural Masques: Gender and Identity in Fielding’s Plays and Novels—Thomas Lockwood, p. 120
Cohen, Michael. Sisters: Relation and Rescue in Nineteenth-Century British Novels and Paintings—Daryl S. Ogden, p. 123
Klein, Scott W. The Fictions of James Joyce and Wyndham Lewis: Monsters of Nature and Design—Mark Osteen, p. 126
Michelson, Bruce. Mark Twain on the Loose: A Comic Writer and the American Self—Gery Scharnhorst, p. 128
Miles, Robert. Ann Radcliffe: The Great Enchantress—Brian Evenson, p. 130
Robinett, Jane. This Rough Magic: Technology in Latin American Fiction—Rafael Chabran, p. 132
Saint-Amand, Pierre. The Libertine’s Progress: Seduction in the Eighteenth-Century French Novel—Aurora Wolfgang, p. 134
Sutherland, John. Victorian Fiction: Writer, Publishers, Readers—Robert L. Patten, p. 136


29.2—SUMMER 1997

Articles:

“‘Improper and Dangerous Distinctions’: Female Relationships and Erotic Domination in Emma”—Susan M. Korba, p. 139
“Dickens, Theater, and the Making of a Victorian Reading Public”—Deborah M. Vlock, p. 164
“Picturing Property: Waverley and the Common Law”—Wolfram Schmidgen, p. 191
“Sheridan Le Fanu’s Ungovernable Governesses”—Teresa Mangum, p. 214

Essay-Review:

“Serious Fun: Recent Work on Zora Neale Hurston”—Alice Gambrell, p. 238

Reviews:

Benedict, Barbara. Framing Feeling: Sentiment and Style in English Prose Fiction—Kevin L. Cope, p. 246
Childers, Joseph W. Novel Possibilities: Fiction and the Formation of Early Victorian Culture; McLaughlin, Kevin. Writing in Parts: Imitation and Exchange in Nineteenth-Century Literature; and Thompson, Nicole Diana. Reviewing Sex: Gender and the Reception of Victorian Novels—John R. Reed, p. 248
Florence, Don. Persona and Humor in Mark Twain’s Early Writings—Laurie Champion, p. 252
Gregg, Veronica Marie. Jean Rhys’s Historical Imagination: Reading and Writing the Creole—Jordan Stouck, p. 254
Morris, Daniel. The Writings of William Carlos Williams: Publicity for the Self—Kevin J. D. Dettmar, p. 256
Skinner, John. Constructions of Smollett: A Study of Genre and Gender—Albert J. Rivero, p. 258
Stout, Janis P. Katherine Anne Porter: A Sense of the Times—Emily Toth, p. 260
Watt, Ian. Myths of Modern Individualism: Faust, Don Quixote, Don Juan, Robinson Crusoe—Paula R. Backscheider, p. 262
Weir, David. Decadence and the Making of Modernism—Rita Felski, p. 265


29.3—FALL 1997

Special Number: Postcolonialism, History, and the Novel

Articles:

“Introduction: Back to the Future: History in/and the Postcolonial Novel”—Brian May, p. 267
“The Reds and the Blacks: The Historical Novel in the Soviet Union and Postcolonial Africa”—M. Keith Booker and Dubravka Juraga, p. 274
“Caribbean Knights: Quijote, Galahad, and the Telling of History”—Timothy J. Reiss, p. 297
“Tales of the Alhambra: Rushdie’s Use of Spanish History in The Moor’s Last Sigh”—Paul A. Cantor, p. 323
“Victim into Protagonist? Midnight’s Children and the Post-Rushdie National Narratives of the Eighties”—Josna E. Rege, p. 342
“The Backward Glance: History and the Novel in Post-Apartheid South Africa”—Susan VanZanten Gallagher, p. 376
“Achebe’s Sense of an Ending: History and Tragedy in Things Fall Apart”—Richard Begam, p. 396
“Prizing ‘Otherness’: A Short History of The Booker”—Graham Huggan, p. 412


29.4—WINTER 1997

Articles:

“Closure and Disclosure: The Significance of Conversation in Jane Austen’s The Watsons”—Kathleen James-Cavan, p. 437
“‘That ’ere Ingian’s one of us!’: Orality and Literacy in Wacousta”—Edward Parkinson, p. 453
“Style as Politics in The Great Gatsby”—Janet Giltrow and David Stouck, p. 476
“Mortifying the Reader: The Assault on Verbal and Visual Consciousness in D. H. Lawrence’s Lady Chatterley’s Lover”—Charles M. Burack, p. 491
“Mapping the ‘Unmappable’: Inhabiting the Fantastic Interface ofGravity’s Rainbow”—José Liste Noya, p. 512
“The Redemptive Past in the Neo-Victorian Novel”—Dana Shiller, p. 538

Essay-Review:

“From Gnosticism to ‘Containment’: The American Novel in the Age of Suspicion”—Christian Moraru, p. 561

Reviews:

Antonaccio, Maria and William Schewiker, eds. Iris Murdoch and the Search for Human Goodness—David J. Gordon, p. 570
Easton, Alison. The Making of the Hawthorne Subject—Rita K. Gollin, p. 573
Mace, Nancy A. Henry Fielding’s Novels and the Classical Tradition—Albert J. Rivero, p. 576
Rivkin, Julie. False Positions: The Representational Logics of Henry James’s Fictions—Paul Gordon, p. 579
Singley, Carol J. Edith Wharton: Matters of Mind and Spirit and Bentley, Nancy. The Ethnography of Manners: Hawthorne, James, Wharton—Jason G. Horn, p. 581
Wills, Lawrence M. The Jewish Novel in the Ancient World—David McCracken, p. 584

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