Volume 34

34.1—SPRING 2002

Articles:

“Trials and the Shaping of Identity in Tom Jones”—John E. Loftis, p. 1
“Crossing Genre, Gender and Race in Elizabeth Hamilton’s Translation of The Letters of a Hindoo Rajah (1796)”—Claire Grogan, p. 21
“Scott and Empire: The Case of Rob Roy”—Andrew Lincoln, p. 43
“History and the Inscriptions of Torture as Purgatorial Fire in André Brink’s Fiction”—Isidore Diala, p. 60

Essay-Reviews:

“Making Sense of the American 1920s”—Michael Nowlin, p. 81
“Postcolonial Criticism in the Era of Globalization”—Louise Yelin, p. 90

Reviews:

Chase, Karen and Michael Levenson. The Spectacle of Intimacy: A Public Life for the Victorian Family—John Reed, p. 104
Daly, Nicholas. Modernism, Romance and the Fin De Siecle: Popular Fiction and British Culture1880-1914—Jim Barloon, p. 106
Jones, Susan. Conrad and Women—John G. Peters, p. 109
Nischik, Reingard M., ed. Margaret Atwood: Works & Impact—W. S. Hampl, p. 110
Romine, Scott. The Narrative Forms of Southern Community—Barbara Ladd, p. 113
Savory, Elaine. Jean Rhys—Celia Marshik, p. 116


34.2—SUMMER 2002

Articles:

“Arms and the Woman: Narrative, Imperialism, and Virgilian Memoria in Aphra Behn’s Oroonoko”—Joseph M. Ortiz, p. 119
“Delight in the (Dis)order of Things: Tristram Shandy and the Dynamics of Genre”—John Freeman, p. 141
“A Tale of Other Places: Sophia Lee’s The Recess and Colonial Gothic”—Janina Nordius, p. 162
“‘Hapless Dependents’: Women and Animals in Anne Brontë’s Agnes Grey”—Maggie Berg, p. 177
“The Novel as Target Practive: Vladimir Nabokov’s The Gift and the ‘New Malady of The Century’”—Leonid Livak, p. 198

Essay-Review:

“When Race Meets Religion: Blacks, Jews, and Modernist Fictions”—George Bornstein, p. 221

Reviews:

Eby, Clare Virginia. Dreiser and Veblen, Saboteurs of the Status Quo—Keith Newlin, p. 230
Emerson, Everett. Mark Twain: A Literary Life—Jason G. Horn, p. 232
Flint, Kate. The Victorians and the Visual Imagination—Alicia A. Gribben, p. 233
Hampson, Robert. Cross-Cultural Encounters in Joseph Conrad’s Malay Fiction—Andrea White, p. 237
Schwarz, Daniel R. Rereading Conrad—Brian W. Shaffer, p. 239
Szalay, Michael. New Deal Modernism: American Literature and the Invention of the Welfare State—Timothy Hoye, p. 240


34.3—FALL 2002

Articles:

“Jane’s Crown of Thorns: Feminism and Christianity in Jane Eyre”—Maria LaMonaca, p. 245
“‘To Obey and to Trust’: Adam Bede and the Politics of Deference—John B. Lamb, p. 264
“Pan and the Appleyness of Landscape: Dread of the Procreative Body in ‘The Princess’”—Peter Balbert, p. 282
“‘All My Habits of Mind’: Performance and Identity in the Novels of Mary McCarthy”—Kelly A. Marsh, p. 303
“The Burning Carousel and the Carnivalesque: Subversion and Transcendence at the Close of The Catcher in the Rye”—Yasuhiro Takeuchi, p. 320

Essay-Review:

“Crises in Joyce Studies”—Geert Lernout, p. 337

Reviews:

Alter, Robert. Canon and Creativity: Modern Writing and the Authority of Scripture—D. C. Parker, p. 352
Boyd, Brian. Nabokov’s “Pale Fire”: The Magic of Artistic Discovery—Richard F. Patteson, p. 354
Hoeller, Hildegard. Edith Wharton’s Dialogue with Realism and Sentimental Fiction—Jason G. Horn, p. 357
Keen, Suzanne. Victorian Renovations of the Novel: Narrative Annexes and the Boundaries of Representation—Michelle Sipe, p. 359
Pratt, Catherine. Resisting Fiction: The Novels of Henry Handel Richardson—Bruce Steele, p. 361
Tromp, Marlene. The Private Rod: Marital Violence, Sensation, and the Law in Victorian Britain—Heather Milton, p. 363


34.4—WINTER 2002

Articles:

“‘Am I a Monster?’: Jane Eyre among the Shadows of Freaks”—Chih-Ping Chen, p. 367
“‘A Great Engine for Good’: The Industry of Fiction in Elizabeth Gaskell’sMary Barton and North and South”—Elizabeth Starr, p. 385
“Triangulated Passions: Love, Self-Love, and the Other in Thomas Hardy’s The Well-Beloved”—Rose DeAngelis, p. 403
“The Political Limits of (Western) Humanism in André Brink’s Early Fiction”—Isidore Diala, p. 422

Essay-Review:

“Seven Recent Commentaries on Mark Twain”—Peter Schmidt, p. 448

Reviews:

Fleming, Robert E., ed. Hemingway and the Natural World—Thomas K. Meier, p. 466
Horsley, Lee. The Noir Thriller—Anthony Bukoski, p. 468
Pease, Allison. Modernism, Mass Culture, and the Aesthetics of Obscenity—David Galef, p. 471
Peters, John G. Conrad and Impressionism—Cedric Watts, p. 473
Rauch, Alan. Useful Knowledge: The Victorians, Morality, and the March of Intellect—Wendell V. Harris, p. 476
Saxton, Kristen T. and Rebecca P. Bocchicchio, eds. The Passionate Fictions of Eliza Haywood: Essays on Her Life and Work—Kathryn R. King, p. 478
Seeber, Barbara K. General Consent in Jane Austen: A Study in Dialogism—Karl Kroeber, p. 481
Steiner, George. Grammars of Creation—Frank Novak, p. 482

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