Volume 36

36.1—SPRING 2004

Articles:

“The Modern Tragedy of Blithedale”—Kenneth Kupsch, p. 1
“ ‘Reading Coolly’ in John Marchmont’s Legacy: Reconsidering M. E. Braddon’s Legacy”—Karen M. Odden, p. 21
“The Genealogy of the Literary Bildungsroman: Edward Bulwer-Lytton and W. M. Thackeray”—Richard Salmon, p. 41
“‘All she knew was, that she wished to live’: Late-Victorian Realism, Liberal-feminist Ideals, and George Gissing’s In the Year of the Jubilee”—Molly Youngkin, p. 56
“Iris Murdoch and the Case of ‘too many men’”—Margaret Moan Rowe, p. 79
“Falling in Public: Larsen’s Passing, McCarthy’s The Group, and Baldwin’s Another Country”—Katy Ryan, p. 95

Essay-Review:

“‘Gazing on the Gothic: Where is the field now?’”—Diane Long Hoeveler, p. 120

Reviews:

Atwood, Margaret. Negotiating with the Dead: A Writer on Writing—Earl Ingersoll, p. 126
Bledsoe, Erik. Perspectives on Harry Crews—Ric Jahna, p. 128
Greaney, Michael. Conrad, Language, and Narrative—Brian Richardson, p. 130
Izzo, Donatella. Portraying the Lady: Technologies of Gender in the Short Stories of Henry James—Richard P. Gage, p. 132
Knowles, Sebastian D. G. The Dublin Helix: The Life and Language in Joyce’s “Ulysses”—John McCourt, p. 135
Morris, Daniel. Remarkable Modernisms: Contemporary American Authors on Modern Art—John Lowney, p. 137
Smiley, Jane. Charles Dickens—Jim Barloon, p. 140
Squires, Michael and Lynn K. Talbot. Living at the Edge: A Biography of D. H. Lawrence and Freida von Richthofen—Andrew Harrison, p. 142


36.2—SUMMER 2004

Articles:

“Monsters, Marbles, and Miniatures: Mary Shelley’s Reform Aesthetic”—Christopher Rovee, p. 147
“A Matter of Love or Death: Hemingway’s Developing Psychosexuality inFor Whom the Bell Tolls”—Marc Hewson, p. 170
“ ‘You Have Been Framed’: the Function of Ekphrasis for the Representation of Women in John Banville’s Trilogy (The Book of Evidence, Ghosts, Athena)”—Anja Müller, p. 185
“Textual Hauntings: Narrating History, Memory, and Silence in The English Patient”—Amy Novak, p. 206
“Why Jimmy Wears a Suit: White, Black, and Working Class in The Commitments”—Mary McGlynn, p. 232

Essay-Review:

“Taking Sides”—Ellen Moody, p. 251

Reviews:

Cowan, James. D. H. Lawrence: Self and Sexuality—Andrew Harrison, p. 272
Dalgarno, Emily. Virginia Woolf and the Visible World—Holly Henry, p. 274
Hitchens, Christopher. Why Orwell Matters—Jeffrey Meyers, p. 277
Hodson, Sara S. and Jeanne Campbell Reesman, eds. Jack London:One Hundred Years a Writer—James Williams, p. 278


36.3—FALL 2004

Special Number: Terrorism and the Postmodern Novel
Articles:

“Introduction: The Terror! The Terror!”—Jacqueline Foertsch, p. 285
“Spelling It Out: Narrative Typologies of Terror”—Anthony Kubiak, p. 294
Anil’s Ghost and Terrorism’s Time”—Margaret Scanlan, p. 302
“Spectacular Spectacular!: Underworld and the Production of Terror”—Stephen J. Mexal, p. 318
“A Kink in the System: Terrorism and the Comic Mystery Novel”—Joseph S. Walker, p. 336
“Violent Acts, Volatile Words: Kathy Acker’s Terrorist Aesthetic”—Christina Milletti, p. 352
“Two’s a Crowd: Mao II, Coke II, and The Politics of Terrorism in Don DeLillo”—Richard Hardack, p. 374
“Auguries of Power: Prophecy and Violence in The Satanic Verses”—Christine Cavanaugh, p. 393
“Reshaping Ideologies: Leftists as Terrorists/Terrorists as Leftists in DeLillo’s Novels”—Vlatka Velcic, p. 405
“Novel Spaces and Taking Place(s) in the Wake of September 11”—Alex Houen, p. 419
“(Ex)communication Palestine: from Best-Selling Terrorist Fiction to Real-Life Personal Accounts”—Toine van Teeffelen, p. 438

Review:

Clymer, Jeffory. A. America’s Culture of Terrorism: Violence, Capitalism, and the Written Word—Kevin Grauke, p. 461


36.4—WINTER 2004

Articles:

“The Return of the Prodigal Daughter: Finding the Family in Amelia Opie’s Novels”—Joanne Tong, p. 465
“Glazed Expression: Mary Barton, Ghosts and Glass”—David Ellison, p. 484
“Americanness Becomes Modernism in James’s The Ambassadors”—Sarah Wilson, p. 509
“The Confessions of Todd Andrews: Double-directed Discourse in The Floating Opera”—Christ Conti, p. 533
“The Social Construction of Homosexuality in Iris Murdoch’s Fiction”—Tammy Grimshaw, p. 552

Essay-Review:

“Women and Novelistic Authority”—Diane Hoeveler, p. 571

Reviews:

Bock, Martin. Joseph Conrad and Psychological Medicine—Dwight H. Purdy, p. 579
Brantlinger, Patrick and William B. Thesling, eds. A Companion to the Victorian Novel—Robert A. Colby, p. 580
Chaudhuri, Amit. D. H. Lawrence and ‘Difference’: Postcoloniality and the Poetry of the Present—Andrew Harrison, p. 583
Cooper, Brenda. Weary Sons of Conrad: White Fiction Against the Grain of Africa’s Dark Heart—Athanasius Ako Ayuk, p. 586
Nel, Philip. The Avant-Garde and American Postmodernity: Small Incisive Shocks—Joseph T. Thomas, Jr., p. 587
Zender, Karl F. Faulkner and the Politics of Reading—Jay Watson, p. 590

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