Volume 39

39.1—SPRING 2007

Articles:

“Novelty in Novels: A Look at What’s New in Aphra Behn’s Oroonoko”—Emily Hodgson Anderson, p. 1
Joseph Andrews and the Control of the Poor”—Christopher Parkes, p. 17
“More than a Gravestone: Caleb Williams, Udolpho, and the Politics of the Gothic”—Ingrid Horrocks, p. 31
“Difference and Repetition in Austen’s Persuasion”—Lorri G. Nandrea, p. 48
“’Worthy Ambition’: Religion and Domesticity in The Daisy Chain”—Melissa Schaub, p. 65
“Modernism and the Contours of Violence in D. H. Lawrence’s Fiction”—Michael Squires, p. 84

Essay-Review:

“Tales of Passion”—Martin Stannard, p. 105

Reviews:

Davis, Todd. Kurt Vonnegut’s Crusade: Or, How a Postmodern Harlequin Preached a New Kind of Humanism—Alberto Cacicedo, p. 114
Fantina, Richard. Ernest Hemingway: Machismo and Masochism—Thomas Strychacz, p. 116
Gaylin, Ann. Eavesdropping in the Novel from Austin to Proust—Michelle Ruggaber Dougherty, p. 118
Grass, Sean. The Self in the Cell—Simon Stern, p. 120
Hack, Daniel. The Material Interests of the Victorian Novel—Sean Grass, p. 122
Keren, Michael. The Citizen’s Voice: Twentieth-Century Politics and Literature—Annette Federico, p. 124
McCracken-Flesher, Caroline. Possible Scotlands: Walter Scott and the Story of Tomorrow—Ian Campbell, p. 126
Perry, Ruth. Novel Relations: The Transformation of Kinship in English Literature and Culture, 1748-1818—Abby Coykendall, p. 127
Pettitt, Clare. Patent Inventions: Intellectual Property and the Victorian Novel—Sundeep Bisla, p. 129


39.2—SUMMER 2007

Articles:

“An Evolutionary Approach to Jane Austin: Prehistoric Preferences inPride and Prejudice”—Michael J. Stasio and Kathryn Duncan, p. 133
“’Have at the masters?’: Literary Allusions in Elizabeth Gaskell’s Mary Barton”—Joanne Wilkes, p. 147
“Hardy’s Ur-Priestess and the Phases of a Novel”—Damon Franke, p. 161
“Ford and the Costs of Englishness: ‘Good Soldiering’ as Performative Practice”—Sarah Henstra, p. 177
“Virginia Woolf’s ‘Wild England’: George Borrow, Autoethnography andBetween the Acts”—Helen Southworth, p. 196
“The Alchemy of the Self in Angela Carter’s The Passion of New Eve”—Maria del Mar Pérez-Gil, p. 216

Essay-Review:

“Twenty-First Century Conrad Studies”—Michael Lackey, p. 235

Reviews:

Armstrong, Paul B. Play and the Politics of Reading: The Social Uses of Modernist Form—Thomas J. Cousineau, p. 246
Brewer, David A. The Afterlife of Character, 1726-1825—Abby Coykendall, p. 247
Debellis, Jack, ed. John Updike: The Critical Responses to the ‘Rabbit’ Sagas—Biljana Dojčinović-Nešić, p. 250
Haslam, Sara, ed. Ford Madox Ford and the City—Bette H. Kirschstein, p. 251
Jackson, Robert Louis. A New Word on “The Brothers Karamazov”—Susan McReynolds, p. 253
Kern, Stephen. A Cultural History of Causality: Science, Murder Novels, and Systems of Thought—David L. G. Arnold, p. 255
Malak, Amin. Muslim Narratives and the Discourse of English—Ali Behdad, p. 256
McDermott, John V. Flannery O’Connor and Edward Lewis Wallant: Two of a Kind—Robert Donahoo, p. 258
Morrison, Ray. A Smile in His Mind’s Eye: A Study of the Early Works of Lawrence Durrell—Anna Lillios, p. 259
Stout, Janis P. Willa Cather and Material Culture: Real-World Writing, Writing the Real World—John N. Swift, p. 262
Su, John J. Ethics and Nostalgia in the Contemporary Novel—Craig McLuckie, p. 263


39.3—FALL 2007

Articles:

“Manly Lessons: Sir Charles Grandison, the Rake, and the Man of Sentiment”—Elaine McGirr, p. 267
“The Races of Women: Gender, Hybridity, and National Identity in Dinah Craik’s Olive”—Juliet Shields, p. 284
Dracula, Miasma and Germ Theory”—Martin Willis, p. 301
“The Perspective of the Look in the Introspective and Truth-Quest Novel”—Florian Bratu, p. 326
“Imaging the Past: Cultural Memory in Dubravka Ugrešič’s The Museum of Unconditional Surrender—Monica Popescu, p. 336

Essay-Reviews:

“Jane Austen Once More”—William Baker, p. 357
“Delivered in Plain Brown Wrapping: The Naughty Early American Novel”—William J. Scheick, p. 268

Reviews:

Andrews, Sophia. The Pre-Raphaelite Art of the Victorian Novel: Narrative Challenges to Visual Gendered Boundaries—Liana F. Piehler, p. 378
Bluemel, Kristin. George Orwell and the Radical Eccentrics: Intermodernism in Literary London—William Laskowski, p. 379
Caldwell, Janis. Literature and Medicine in Nineteenth-Century Britain: From Mary Shelley to George Eliot—Stephanie P. Browner, p. 381
Castronovo, David. Beyond the Gray Flannel Suit: Books from the 1950s that Made American Culture—Ilse Schrynemakers, p. 384
Chase, Karen, ed. Middlemarch in the 21st Century—Margaret Moan Rowe, p. 384
Hardy, Clarence E. III. James Baldwin’s God: Sex, Hope, and Crisis in Black Holiness Culture—Peter Kerry Powers, p. 386
Johnson, Geroge M. Dynamic Psychology in Modernist British Fiction—Michael Lackey, p. 388
Kreilkamp, Ivan. Voice and the Victorian Storyteller and Lougy, Robert E.Inaugural Wounds: The Shaping of Desire in Five Nineteenth-Century Novels—Ilana Blumberg, p. 390
Newman, Beth. Subjects on Display: Psychoanalysis, Social Expectation, and Victorian Feminity—Steve Walker, p. 394


39.4—WINTER 2007

Articles:

“Angelic Realism: Domestic Idealization in Mary Shelley’s Lodore”—Nicholas M. Williams, p. 397
Asma (1873): The Early Arabic Novel as a Social Compass”—Sharon Halevi and Fruma Zachs, p. 416
“’Not a novel, not even a well-ordered story’: Formal Experimentation and Psychological Innovation in Sarah Grand’s The Heavenly Twins”—Adam Seth Lowenstein, p. 431
“Dallying with Dailiness: Amit Chaudhuri’s Flâneur Fictions”—Saikat Majumdar, p. 448
“Postcolonial Melancholia in Ian McEwan’s Saturday”—Elizabeth Kowaleski Wallace, p. 465

Essay-Reviews:

“The Canonization of Philip Roth”—David Brauner, p. 481
“Making Sense of ‘Race’ and Ethnicity in Literature”—Martin Japtok, p. 489

Reviews:

Berman, Ronald. Modernity and Progress: Fitzgerald, Hemingway, Orwell and Nesbitt, Jennifer Poulos. Narrative Settlements: Geographies of British Women’s Fiction Between the Wars—Alissa G. Karl, p. 498
Byerman, Keith. Remembering the Past in Contemporary African American Fiction –Rachel Farebrother, p. 501
Christensen, Allan Conrad. The Subverting Vision of Bulwer Lytton: Bicentenary Reflections—Meilee D. Bridges, p. 503
Cowart, David. Trailing Clouds: Immigrant Fiction in Contemporary America—Dean Franco, p. 505
Dore, Florence. The Novel and the Obscene: Sexual Subjects in American Modernism—Heather Love, p. 506
Morel, Lucas E., ed. Ralph Elilson and the Raft of Hope: A Political Companion to Invisible Man and Warren, Kenneth W. So Black and Blue: Ralph Ellison and the Occasion of Criticism—Christopher Z. Hobson, p. 508
Papayanis, Marilyn Adler. Writing in the Margins: The Ethics of Expatriation from Lawrence to Ondaatje—Allen Hibbard, p. 512
Rawlings, Peter. American Theorists of the Novel: Henry James, Lionel Trilling, Wanye C. Booth—Jerry A. Varsava, p. 515
Walker, Maggie and Mark Walker. Dreiser’s “Other Self”: The Life of Arthur Henry—Stephen C. Brennan, p. 517
Winnberg, Jakob. An Aesthetics of Vulnerability: The Sentimentum and the Novels of Graham Swift—Daniel Lea, p. 519

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