Volume 31

31.1—SPRING 1999

Articles:

“Inordinate Desire: Schooling the Senses in Elizabeth Inchbald’s A Simple Story”—Candace Ward, p. 1
“Frankenstein and the Reprobate’s Conscience”—Jane Goodall, p. 19
“Terrible Dreams of Creative Power: The Question of No. 44”—Derek Parker Royal, p. 44
“Realism and Modernists’ Bad Reputation”—Joyce Wexler, p. 60
“Queering Class: Leslie Feinberg’s Stone Butch Blues”—Cat Moses, p. 74

Essay-Review:

“The Lesson of the Master: The New York Times Edition, James Studies, and Contemporary Textual Scholarship”—Philip Cohen, p. 98

Reviews:

Daly, Brenda. Lavish Self-Divisions: The Novels of Joyce Carol Oatesand Johnson, Greg. Invisible Writer: A Biography of Joyce Carol Oates—Ellen G. Friedman, p. 118
O’Farrell, Mary Ann. Telling Complexions: The Nineteenth-Century English Novel and the Blush—Gil Haroian-Guerin, p. 120
Palmer, William J. Dickens and New Historicism—Richard J. Dunn, p. 122
Samuels, Shirley. Romances of the Republic: Women, the Family, and Violence in the Literature of the Early American Nation—Dean Papas, p. 124
Schmitt, Cannon. Alien Nation: Nineteenth-Century Gothic Fictions and English Nationality—Stephen Arata, p. 126
Stephens, Robert O. The Family Saga in the South: Generations and Destinies—Phillip Dubuisson Castille, p. 128
Thomas, Brook. American Literary Realism and the Failed Promise of Contract—Gregg D. Crane, p. 130


31.2—SUMMER 1999

Articles:

“Subverting Tragic Conventions: Aphra Behn’s Turn to the Novel”—Rachel K. Carnell, p. 133
“‘Be wary, Sir, when you imitate him’: The Perils of Didacticism inTristram Shandy”—David Mazella, p. 152
“‘Within the Domain of Chaos’: Nathaniel Hawthorne, Lucretian Physics, and Martial Logic”—Martin Kevorkian, p. 178
“The Delinquent’s Sabbath; or, The Return of the Repressed: The Matter of Bodies in Native Son”—Katherine Fishburn, p. 202
“Glossing Scripts and Scripting Pleasure in Mishima’s Confessions of a Mask”—Marjorie Rhine, p. 222

Essay-Review:

“Oedipuscripts”—Eyal Amiran, p. 234

Reviews:

Alley, Henry. The Quest for Anonymity: The Novels of George Eliot—Patricia Payette, p. 242
Beasley, Jerry C. Tobias Smollett: Novelist—Aileen Douglas, p. 245
Chitham, Edward. The Birth of Wuthering Heights: Emily Brontë at Work—Richard J. Dunn, p. 247
Lassner, Phyllis. British Women Writers of World War II: Battlegrounds of Their Own and Schneider, Karen. Loving Arms: British Women Writing the Second World War—Kristin Bluemel, p. 249
Pizer, Donald. American Expatriate Writing and the Paris Moment: Modernism and Place—Linda Wagner-Martin, p. 252
Stern, Julia. The Plight of Feeling: Sympathy and Dissent in the Early American Novel—Bryce Traister, p. 253
Tate, Claudia. Psychoanalysis and Black Novels: Desire and the Protocols of Race—Michael E. Nowlin, p. 255


31.3—FALL 1999

Articles:

“Signing Evelina: Female Self-Inscription in the Discourse of Letters”—Samuel Choi, p. 259
“Middle-Class Erasures: The Decreations of Mrs. General and Mr. Podsnap”—Rodney Stenning Edgecombe, p. 279
“Character Design in The Picture of Dorian Gray”—Sheldon W. Liebman, p. 296
“‘The Hun is at the gate!’: Historicizing Kipling’s Militaristic Rhetoric, From the Imperial Periphery to the National Center; Part One: The Russian Threat to British India”—A. Michael Matin, p. 317
“‘Glorious Pagan That I Adore’: Resisting the National Reproductive Imperative in Rosamond Lehmann’s Dusty Answer”—Andrea Lewis, p. 357

Reviews:

Corkin, Stanley. Realism and the Birth of the Modern United States—Mary Lawlor, p. 374
Lehan, Richard. The City in Literature: An Intellectual and Cultural History—Donald Pizer, p. 377
Lynch, Deidre and William B. Warner, eds. Cultural Institutions of the Novel—Eric Daffron, p. 378
Orlov, Paul A. An American Tragedy: Perils of the Self-Seeking Success—Stephen Brennan, p. 380
Westervelt, Linda A. Beyond Innocence, or the Altersroman in Modern Fiction—Kathleen Woodward, p. 383


31.4—WINTER 1999

Articles:

“Reading the Wound: Wollstonecraft’s Wrongs of Woman, or Maria and Trauma Theory”—Diane Long Hoeveler, p. 387
“Ann Radcliffe’s Gothic Narrative and the Readers at Home”—Scott MacKenzie, p. 409
“‘The Hun is at the gate!’: Historicizing Kipling’s Militaristic Rhetoric, From the Imperial Periphery to the National Center; Part Two: The French, Russian, and German Threats to Great Britain”—A. Michael Matin, p. 432
“Not Bombshells But Basketcases: Gendered Illness in Nuclear Texts”—Jacqueline Foertsch, p. 471
“Men Giving Birth to New World Orders: Martin Amis’s Time’s Arrow”—Greg Harris, p. 489

Essay-Review:

“Kant Touch This: Joseph Tabbi’s Postmodern Sublime”—John Mascaro, p. 506

Reviews:

Bowker, Gordon. Through the Dark Labyrinth: A Biography of Lawrence Durrell and MacNiven, Ian S. Lawrence Durrell: A Biography—Earl G. Ingersoll, p. 518
Otter, Samuel. Melville’s Anatomies—Geoffrey Sanborn, p. 521
Stout, Janis P. Through the Window, Out the Door: Women’s Narratives of Departure, From Austen to Cather, to Tyler, Morrison, and Didion—Amy L. Wink, p. 524
Tremper, Ellen. “Who Lived at Alfoxton?”: Virginia Woolf and Romanticism—James Najarian, p. 527

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