Volume 37

37.1—SPRING 2005

Articles:

“Charles Brockden Brown’s Ormond, Property Exchange, and the Literary Marketplace In the Early American Republic”—Scott Ellis, p. 1
“Cosmic and Psychological Redemption in George Macdonald’s Lilith”—Bonnie Gaarden, p. 20
“‘Felt, Not Seen Not Heard’: Quentin Compson, Modernist Suicide and Southern History”—Nathaniel A. Miller, p. 37
“Making Do: George Orwell’s Coming up for Air”—Annette Federico, p. 50
“Echo Chamber: Undertaking The Body Artist”—Mark Osteen, p. 64

Essay-Review

“The Kraken in the Computer”—Frank G. Novak, Jr., p. 82

Reviews

Abbas, Niran, ed. Thomas Pynchon: Reading from the Margins—Kathryn Hume, p. 99
Kress, Jill M. The Figure of Consciousness: William James, Henry James, and Edith Wharton—Renee Tursi, p. 101
Latham, Sean. Am I a Snob?—Catharine Turner, p. 104
Leader, Zachary, ed. On Modern British Fiction—Jeffrey Meyers, p. 107
Mattessich, Stefan. Lines of Flight: Discursive Time and Countercultural Desire in the Work of Thomas Pynchon—Daniel Punday, p. 109
Milsei, Laurent, ed. James Joyce and the Difference of Language—John McCourt, p. 111
Paris, Bernard J. Rereading George Eliot: Changing Responses to Her Experiments in Life—William Baker, p. 115
Schneider, Lissa. Conrad’s Narratives of Difference: Not Exactly for Boys—Tom Henthorne, p. 118
Trombley, Laura E. Skandera and Michael J. Kiskis. Constructing Mark Twain: New Directions in Scholarship—Jason Horn, p. 120


37.2—SUMMER 2005

Articles:

“Cosmopolitan Complexities in Maria Edgeworth’s Ennui”—Katy Brundan, p. 123
“Conjecturing Possibilities: Reading and Misreading Texts in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice”—Felicia Bonaparte, p. 141
“Collins’s Moonstone: the Victorian Novel as Sacrifice, Theft, Gift and Debt”—Iliana Blumberg, p. 162
“‘There’s More Honor’: Reinterpreting Tom and the Evasion inHuckleberry Finn”—Kevin Michael Scott, p. 187
“Language, Violence, and Irrevocability: Speech Acts in Tess of the D’urbevilles”—Satoshi Nishimura, p. 208

Essay-Reviews:

“The Victorian Novel in The Material World”—James Najarian, p. 223

Reviews:

Abbott, Megan E. The Street Was Mine: White Masculinity in Hardboiled Fiction and Film Noir—Erin A. Smith, p. 235
Ardis, Ann L. and Leslie W. Lewis, eds. Women’s Experience of Modernity 1875-1945—Susan McCabe, p. 237
Davies, Laurence, Frederick R. Karl and Owen Knowles, eds. The Collected Letters of Joseph Conrad: Volume 6: 1917-1919—Andrea White, p. 240
Esteve, Mary. The Aesthetics and Politics of the Crowd in American Literature—Trent Hickman, p. 242
Gaitet, Pascale. Queens and Revolutionaries: New Readings of Jean Genet—Mark Spitzer, p. 244
Glen, Heather. Charlotte Brontë: The Imagination in History—Richard Dunnt, p. 246
Stanton, Judith Phillips. The Collected Letters of Charlotte Smith—Brent Raycroft, p. 248


37.3—FALL 2005

Articles:

“From Roman to Roman: The Jacobin Novel and the Roman Legacy in the 1790s”—Jonathan Sachs, p. 253
“Seeing Colonial America and Writing Home about It: Charlotte Lennox'sEuphemia, Epistolarity, and The Feminine Picturesque”—Susan Kubica Howard, p. 273
“‘One function in particular’: Professionalism and Specialization inDaniel Deronda”—Susan Colón, p. 292
“Christopher Newman's Haircloth Shirt: Wordly Asceticism, Conversion, and Auto-machia in The American”—Pericles Lewis, p. 308
“George Gissing's Psychology of ‘Female Imbecility’”—Gerald Schmidt, p. 329

Review-Essay:

“Jane Austen Conversation”—Robert G. Dryden, p. 343

Reviews:

Curtis, Vanessa. Virginia Woolf's Women—Holly Henry, p. 349
Dooley, Gillian, Ed. From a Tiny Corner in the House of Fiction: Conversations with Iris Murdoch—Margaret Moan Rowe, p. 351
Granofsky, Ronald. D. H. Lawrence and Survival: Darwinism in the Fiction of the Transitional Period—Bruce Clarke, p. 352
Haralson, Eric. Henry James and Queer Modernity—Wendy Graham, p. 355
Krauth, Leland. Mark Twain & Company: Six Literary Relations—Peter Stoneley, p. 357
Marks, Syliva Kasey. Writing for the Rising Generation: British Fiction for Young People, 1672–1839—Naomi Wood, p. 359
Meyers, Jeffrey. Somerset Maugham: A Life—Robert L. Calder, p. 360
Michelucci, Stefania. Space and Place in the Works of D. H. Lawrence—Louis K. Greiff, p. 363
Quint, David. Cervantes's Novel of Modern Times. A New Reading ofDon Quixote—Frederick A. DeArmas, p. 365
Strychacz, Thomas. Hemingway's Theaters of Masculinity—Robert W. Trogdon, p. 367


37.4—WINTER 2005

Articles:

“‘I Shall Enter Her Heart’: Fetishizing Feeling in Clarissa”—Julie Park, p. 371
“‘There Are Plenty of Houses’: Architecture and Genre in The Portrait of a Lady”—Elizabeth Boyle Machlan, p. 394
“Gissing's Moral Mischief: Prostitutes and Narrative Resolution”—Margaret E. Michell, p. 411
“Bringing out the Beast in Melville's Billy Budd: The Dialogue of Darwinian and ‘Holy’ Lexicons on Board the Bellipotent”—Eric Goldman, p. 430
“Jane Harrison and Lesbian Plots: The Absent Lover in Virginia Woolf'sThe Waves”—Patricia Cramer, p. 443
“‘The Last to See Them Alive’: Panopticism, the Supervisory Gaze, and Catharsis in Capote's In Cold Blood”—Trenton Hickman

Review-Essay:

“‘Rival Readings: Dickens And....’”—Robert L. Patten

Reviews:

Danius, Sara. The Senses of Modernism: Technology, Perception, and Aesthetics—Joel Dinerstein, p. 487
Dewey, Joseph, Steven G. Kellman, and Irving Malin, Eds. Underwords: Perspectives on Don DeLillo'sUnderworld—Joseph S. Walker, p. 489
Mullin, Katherine. James Joyce, Sexuality and Social Purity—Richard Rankin Russell, p. 491
Scott, R. Neil and Valerie Nye. Postmarked Milledgeville: A Guide to Flannery O'Connor's Correspondence in Libraries and Archives—Virginia Wray, p. 494
Turner, Harrier and Adelaida López De Martínez. The Cambridge Companion to the Spanish Novel: From 1600 to the Present—David Wood, p. 495
Wood, James. The Irresponsible Self: On Laughter and the Novel—Andrew Harrison, p. 497

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