Volume 33

33.1—SPRING 2001

Articles:

“Representing Scotland in Roderick Random and Humphry Clinker: Smollett’s Development as a Novelist”—Alfred Lutz, p. 1
“Black and White and Read All Over: Performative Textuality in Bram Stoker’s Dracula”—Harriet Hustis, p. 18
“‘Our Representative, Our Spokesman’: Modernity, Professionalism, and Representation in Virginia Woolf’s Between the Acts”—Andrew John Miller, p. 34
“Veribly a Purple Cow: The Whole Family and the Collaborative Search For Coherence”—Susanna Ashton, p. 51
“Living Without a Life: Disintegration of the Christian-Humanist Synthesis in Molloy”—Eric P. Levy, p. 80
“Raymond Chandler and the Art of the Hollywood Novel: Individualism and Populism in The Little Sister”—Chip Rhodes, p. 95

Reviews:

Bowen, John. Other Dickens: Pickwick to Chuzzlewit—Richard J. Dunn, p. 112
Gillooly, Eileen. Smile of Discontent: Humor, Gender, and Nineteenth-Century British Fiction—Audrey Bilger, p. 116
Grice, Helena and Tim Woods, eds. “I’m Telling You Stories”: Jeanette Winterson and the Politics of Reading—W. S. Hampl, p. 119
Kremer, S. Lillian. Women’s Holocaust Writing: Memory and Imagination—Victoria Aarons, p. 121
Lord, Ursula. Solitude versus Solidarity in the Novels of Joseph Conrad: Political and Epistemological Implications of Narrative Innovation—Andrea White, p. 123


33.2—SUMMER 2001

Articles:

“‘A Melancholy Tale’: Rhetoric, Fiction, and Passion in The Coquette”—Ian Finseth, p. 125
“Stephen Dedalus and the Politics of Confession”—Jonathan Mulrooney, p. 160
“‘The Saloon Must Go, and I Will Take It With Me’: American Prohibition, Nationalism, and Expatriation in The Sun Also Rises”—Jeffrey A. Schwarz, p. 180
“Images of Rape and Buggery: Paul Scott’s View of the Dual Evils of Empire”—Janis E. Haswell, p. 202

Essay-Review:

“Edith Wharton and the Matter of Contexts”—Michael Nowlin, p. 224

Reviews:

Byron, Glennis and David Punter, eds. Spectral Readings: Towards a Gothic Geography—Diane Long Hoeveler, p. 230
Farrell, Kirby. Post-traumatic Culture: Injury and Interpretation in the Nineties—Lisa Woolfork, p. 232
Franklin, J. Jeffrey. Serious Play: The Cultural Form of the Nineteenth-Century Realist Novel—Elisabeth Rose Gruner, p. 235
Gandal, Keith. The Virtues of the Vicious: Jacob Riis, Stephen Crane, and the Spectacle of the Slum—Cynthia J. Davis, p. 237
Schaffer, Talia. The Forgotten Female Aesthetes: Literary Culture in Late-Victorian England—Heather Marcovitch, p. 240
Schwarz, Daniel. Imagining the Holocaust—Daniel Morris, p. 243


33.3—FALL 2001

Articles:

“Narrative of the Captivity and Redemption of Roger Prynne: RereadingThe Scarlet Letter”—Bethany Reid, p. 247
“Soldier Boy: Forming Masculinity in Adam Bede”—John R. Reed, p. 268
“Seeing into ‘the life of things’: Nature and Commodification in Phantom Fortune”—Patricia Marks, p. 285
“Construing Conrad’s The Secret Sharer: Suppressed Narratives, Subaltern Reception, and the Act of Interpretation”—Brian Richardson, p. 306
“Spectacular Homes and Pastoral Theaters: Gender, Urbanity and Domesticity in The House of Mirth”—Nancy Von Rosk, p. 322

Essay-Reviews:

“The Scholar-Magicians of the Zone”—Dana Medoro, p. 351
“Pornography and the Fall of the Novel”—James Grantham Turner, p. 358

Reviews:

Armstrong, Nancy. Fiction in the Age of Photography: The Legacy of British Realism—Victoria Warren, p. 366
Craig, Cairns. The Modern Scottish Novel: Narrative and the National Imagination—Gerald Carruthers, p. 368
Jaffe, Audrey. Scenes of Sympathy: Identity and Representations in Victorian Fiction—Richard Menke, p. 371
O’Donnell, Patrick. Latent Destinies, Cultural Paranoia and Contemporary U. S. Narrative—Christian Moraru, p. 375


33.4—WINTER 2001

Articles:

“‘Too neat for a beggar’: Charity and Debt in Burney’s Cecilia”—Catherine Keohane, p. 379
“Confusions of Guilt and Complications of Evil: Hysteria and the High Price of Love at Mansfield Park”—Anna Mae Duane, p. 402
“‘The Ordinary Rules of the Pavé’: Urban Spaces in Scott’s Fortunes of Nigel”—George A. Drake, p. 416
“Miriam and the Conversion of the Jews in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Marble Faun”—Augustus M. Kolich, p. 430
“‘Practically Dead with Fine Rivalry’: The Leaning Towers of Katherine Anne Porter and Glenway Wescott”—Janis P. Stout, p. 444

Essay-Review:

“‘Extreme Specialization’ and the Broad Highway: Approaching Contemporary American Fiction”—Jeffrey F. L. Partridge, p. 459

Reviews:

Grant, J. Kerry. A Companion to “V.” and Horvath, Brooke and Irving Malin, eds. Pynchon and “Mason & Dixon”—Christian Moraru, p. 474
Leckie, Barbara. Culture and Adultery: The Novel, the Newspaper, and the Law, 1857-1914—Sally Mitchell, p. 476
Lewis, Pericles. Modernism, Nationalism, and the Novel—John G. Peters, p. 478
Pelaschiar, Laura. Writing the North: The Contemporary Novel in Northern Ireland—David Pierce, p. 480
Richard-Allerdyce, Diane. Anaïs Nin and the Remaking of Self: Gender, Modernism, and Narrative Identity—Sharon Spencer, p. 483
Schork, R. J. Joyce and Hagiography: Saints Above!—Dirk Van Hulle, p. 485

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