Volume 30

30.1—SPRING 1998

Articles:

“Dumbiedikes, Ratcliffe, and a Surprising Jeanie Deans: Comic Alternatives in The Heart of Mid-lothian”—Richard Hannaford, p. 1
“‘The Sound of the Scythe Being Whetted’: Gender, Genre, and Realism in Adam Bede”—Sarah Gates, p. 20
“Alchemy and Appreciation: The Spoiling of the Real in Henry James’sThe Spoils of Poynton”—Kurt M. Koenigsberger, p. 35
“‘They always leave us’: Lord Jim, Colonialist Discourse, and Conrad’s Magic Naturalism”—Richard Ruppel, p. 50
“Walking Away from the Impossible Thing: Identity and Denial in Sister Carrie”—Karl F. Zender, p. 63
“Mary Austin’s Feminism: A Reassessment”—Janis P. Stout, p. 77

Reviews:

Alliston, April. Virtue’s Faults: Correspondences in Eighteenth-Century British and French Women’s Fiction—Nadine Bérenguier, p. 104
Fox, Pamela. Class Fictions: Shame and Resistance in the British Working-Class Novel, 1890-1945—Neil Nehring, p. 105
Horn, Jason Gary. Mark Twain and William James: Crafting a Free Self—Bruce Michelson, p. 109
Polk, Noel. Children of the Dark House: Text and Context in Faulkner—Philip Castille, p. 112
Portelli, Alessandro. The Text and the Voice: Writing, Speaking, and Democracy in American Literature—Samuel I. Bellman, p. 115
Rivero, Albert J., ed. New Essays on Samuel Richardson—Barbara M. Benedict, p. 117
Urgo, Joseph R. Willa Cather and the Myth of American Migration—Ann Romines, p. 120


30.2—SUMMER 1998

Special Number: Making Genre: Studies in the Novel or Something Like It, 1684-1762

Articles:

“Introduction: Old Issues and New”—Alexander Pettit
“‘Hieroglifick’d’ History in Aphra Behn’s Love-Letters between a Nobleman and his Sister”—Albert J. Rivero, p. 126
“The Anomalous Fiction of Mary Hearne”—Hans Turley, p. 139
“All Aboard the Ark of Possibility; or, Robinson Crusoe Returns from Mars as a Small-Footprint, Multi-Channel Indeterminacy Machine”—Kevin L. Cope, p. 150
“Novel Streets: The Rebuilding of London and Defoe’s A Journal of the Plague Year”—Cynthia Wall, p. 164
“Spying upon the Conjurer: Haywood, Curiosity, and ‘The Novel’ in the 1720s”—Kathryn R. King, p. 178
“The Curious Genre: Female Inquiry in Amatory Fiction”—Barbara M. Benedict, p. 194
“Narrative Authority, Critical Complicity: The Case of Jonathan Wild”—Paula McDowell, p. 211
“Reading at Arm’s Length: Fielding’s Contract with the Reader in Tom Jones”—Sandra Sherman, p. 232
“Authorship and Generic Exploitation: Why Lovelace Must FearClarissa”—Murray L. Brown, p. 246
“Prefiguring Genre: Frontispiece Portraits from Gulliver’s Travels to Millenium Hall”—Janine Barchas, p. 260
“Little by Little; or, The History of the Early Novel”—Jerry C. Beasley, p. 287


30.3—FALL 1998

Articles:

“‘I am become a Mere Usurer’: Pamela and Domestic Stock-jobbing”—Catherine Ingrassia, p. 303
“From Home to Homeland: The Bohemian in Daniel Deronda”—Monica Cohen, p. 324
“‘The Story of the Pineapple’: Sentimental Abolitionism and Moral Motherhood in Amelia Opie’s Adeline Mowbray”—Carol Howard, p. 355
“Death Comes for the Aesthete: Commodity Culture and the Artifact in Cather’s The Professor’s House”—John Hilgart, p. 377
“Djuna Barnes and T. S. Eliot: The Politics and Poetics of Nightwood”—Georgette Fleischer, p. 405

Essay-Reviews:

“The Pyndustry in Warwick”—Joseph Tabbi, p. 438
“Edith Wharton as Critic, Traveller, and War Hero”—Michael E. Nowlin, p. 444

Reviews:

Burwell, Rose Marie. Hemingway: The Postwar Years and the Posthumous Novels—Nancy R. Comley, p. 454
DiBattista, Maria and Lucy McDiarmid, eds. High and Low Moderns: Literature and Culture, 1889-1939—William J. Scheick, p. 456
Gogol, Miriam, ed. Theodore Dreiser: Beyond Naturalism—Stephen C. Brennan, p. 458
Mattheisen, Paul F., Arthur C. Young, and Pierre Coustillas, eds. The Collected Letters of George Gissing—Marilyn B. Saveson, p. 462
Peck, Demaree C. The Imaginative Claims of the Artist in Willa Cather’s Fiction: “Possession Granted by a Different Lease”—Janis P. Stout, p. 466
Post-Lauria, Shelia. Correspondent Colorings: Melville in the Marketplace—Michael G. Ditmore, p. 469


30.4—WINTER 1998

Articles:

“The Narrative Circle: The Interpolated Tales in Joseph Andrews”—Jeffrey Williams, p. 473
“Lydia Melford and the Role of the Classical Body in Smollett’s Humphry Clinker”—Tim Prior, p. 489
“The Other Woman in Daniel Deronda”—Oliver Lovesey, p. 505
“Matthew Lewis’s Black Mass: Sexual, Religious Inversion in The Monk”—Steven Blakemore, p. 521
“‘Material without being real’: Photography and the End of Reality in The Great Gatsby”—Laura Barrett, p. 540
Beloved and the Problem of Mourning”—Teresa Heffernan, p. 558
“Witnessing ‘History’ Otherwise: Mukul Kesavan’s Looking Through Glass”—Padmaja Challakere, p. 574

Reviews:

Barrett, Eileen and Patricia Cramer, eds. Virginia Woolf: Lesbian Readings—Jesse Matz, p. 596
Campbell, Donna M. Resisting Regionalism: Gender and Naturalism in American Fiction, 1885-1915—Stephen C. Brennan, p. 598
Roberts, Neil. Meredith and the Novel—Jonathan Smith, p. 601
Robertson-Lorant, Laurie. Melville: A Biography—Frank G. Novak, Jr., p. 604
Rosenberg, Brian. Little Dorrit’s Shadows: Character and Contradiction in Dickens—Cates Baldridge, p. 609
Walshe, Eibhear, ed. Sex, Nation, and Dissent in Irish Writing—Phyllis Lassner, p. 611

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