Volume 32

32.1—SPRING 2000

Articles:

“Robert Audley’s Profession”—Simon Petch, p. 1
“Cultural Psychosis on the Frontier: The Work of the Darkness in Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness”—Tony C. Brown, p. 14
“The Flesh and the Word: The Evolution of a Metaphysic in the Early Work of D. H. Lawrence”—John R. Harrison, p. 29
“Reading and Translating Romance in Henry Green’s Back”—David Copeland, p. 49

Essay-Review:

“Advancing the Dialogue: Reading Paul Scott’s Raj Quartet”—Janis Haswell, p. 70

Reviews:

Annesley, James. Blank Fictions: Consumerism, Culture and the Contemporary American Novel and Wood, Michael. Children of Silence: On Contemporary Fiction—M. Keith Booker, p. 80
Fowler, Doreen. Faulkner: The Return of the Repressed—Phillip Dubuisson Castille, p. 84
Korobkin, Laura Hanft. Criminal Conversations: Sentimentality and Nineteenth-Century Legal Stories of Adultery—Bruce Burgett, p. 87
Kowalewski, Michael, ed. Reading the West: New Essays on Literature of the American West—William R. Handley, p. 90
Li, David Leiwei. Imagining the Nation: Asian American Literature and Cultural Consent—David Palumbo-Liu, p. 91
Sanborn, Geoffrey. The Sign of the Cannibal: Melville and the Making of a Postcolonial Reader—Bryan C. Short, p. 95
Schwarz, Daniel R. Reconfiguring Modernism: Explorations in the Relationship Between Modern Art and Modern Literature—Diane Richard-Allerdyce, p. 97
Tabbi, Joseph and Michael Wutz. Reading Matters: Narratives in the New Media Ecology—Matthias Konzett, p. 100
Whalen-Bridge, John. Political Fiction and the American Self—Jeff Baker, p. 102


32.2—SUMMER 2000

Special Number: Death in the Novel

Articles:

“Introduction”—Diana York Blaine, p. 107
“Courting Death: Necrophilia in Samuel Richardson’s Clarissa”—Jolene Zigarovich, p. 112
“The Medical Gaze and the Female Corpse: Looking at Bodies in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein”—Emma Liggins, p. 129
“‘The Woman Shall Bear Her Iniquity’: Death as Social Discipline in Thomas Hardy’s The Return of the Native”—Sara Malton, p. 147
“‘Taught by Death What Life Should Be’: Elizabeth Gaskell’s Representation of Death in North and South”—Mary Elizabeth Hotz, p. 165
“The Feminist Abject: Death and the Constitution of Theory”—Carolyn Dever, p. 185
“D. H. Lawrence: Pleasure and Death”—Alan Friedman, p. 207
“Frames of Female Suicide”—Margaret Higonnet, p. 229
“Posthumous Posturing: The Subversive Power of Death in Contemporary Women’s Fiction”—Marjorie Worthington, p. 243


32.3—FALL 2000

Articles:

“History, Romance, and the Sublime Sound of Truth in Ivanhoe”—John Morillo and Wade Newhouse, p. 267
The Golden Bowl and the Subversion of Miraculous Forms”—Kevin Kohan, p. 296
“KKKKultur: Kitsch & Camp in A la Recherche Du Temps Perdu”—D. Katrina Gosek, p. 318
“‘A Mysterious System’: Topographical Fidelity and the Charting of Imperialism in Joseph Conrad’s Siamese Waters”—Mark D. Larabee, p. 348
“Moving Outwards: Consciousness, Discourse and Attention in Saul Bellow’s Fiction”—Martin Corner, p. 369

Reviews:

Caminero-Santangelo, Marta. The Madwoman Can’t Speak: Or, Why Insanity is Not Subversive—Beth Donaldson, p. 388
Dettmar, Kevin J. H. The Illicit Joyce of Postmodernism: Reading Against the Grain—Gregory Castle, p. 390
Gleason, William A. The Leisure Ethic: Work and Play in American Literature, 1840-1940—Christian K. Messenger, p. 394
Mitchell, Thomas R. Hawthorne’s Fuller Mystery—Robert D. Habich, p. 396
Thompson, Andrew. George Eliot and Italy: Literary, Cultural and Political Influences from Dante to the Risorgimento—Daryl Ogden, p. 399
Yelin, Louise. From the Margins of Empire: Christina Stead, Doris Lessing, Nadine Gordimer—Judith Kegan Gardiner, p. 402


32.4—WINTER 2000

Articles:

“Diaries and Displacement in Wuthering Heights”—Rebecca Steinitz, p. 407
“Joseph Conrad’s ‘Sudden Holes’ in Time: The Epistemology of Temporality”—John G. Peters, p. 420
“Dreaming Holmberry-lipped Tess: Aboriginal Reverie and Spectatorial Desire in Tess of the d’Urbervilles”—Adam Gussow, p. 442
“‘When Sometimes she Imagined Herself like her Mother’: The Contrasting Responses of Cam and Mrs. Ramsay to the Role of the Angel in the House”—Shannon Forbes, p. 464
“Working Towards ‘Unity in Diversity’: Rape and the Reconciliation of Color and Comrade in Agnes Smedley’s Daughter of Earth”—Sondra Guttman, p. 488

Reviews:

Backus, Margot Gayle. The Gothic Family Romance: Heterosexuality, Child Sacrifice, and the Anglo-Irish Colonial Order—Anne Williams, p. 515
Brink, André. The Novel: Language and Narrative from Cervantes to Calvino—Davis Schneiderman, p. 519
Knoepflmacher, U. C. Ventures into Childland: Victorians, Fairy Tales, and Femininity—Elizabeth W. Harries, p. 522
Lynch, Vivian Valvano. Portraits of Artists: Warriors in the Novels of William Kennedy—Michael Patrick Gillespie, p. 524
Taylor, Carole Anne. The Tragedy and Comedy of Resistance: Reading Modernity Through Black Women’s Fiction—Valerie Levy, p. 525
Young, Elizabeth. Disarming the Nation: Women’s Writing and the American Civil War—Steven Hamelman, p. 527

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