Volume 41

41.1—SPRING 2009

Articles:

Saints’ Everlasting Rest: The Martyrdom of Maggie Tulliver”—Paul Yeoh, p. 1
“The Foreshadowed Life in Wilkie Collins’s No Name”—Christine Bolus-Rechert, p. 22
“Towards a Late View of Capitalism: Dehistoricized Finance in The Financier”—Alison Shonkwiler, p. 42
“In the Country of Missing Persons: Paul Auster’s Narratives of Trauma”—Debra Shostak, p. 66
“’To Make a Novel’: The Construction of a Critical Readership in Ian McEwan’s Atonement"—Kathleen D’Angelo, p. 88

Essay-Reviews:

“What Is the Matter with Henry James?”—Hazel Hutchison, p. 106
“Ambivalence at a Crossroads in Literary Modernism”—Kathryn Stelmach Artuso, p. 116

Reviews:

Austin, Linda. Nostalgia in Transition, 1780-1917—Anne Stiles, p. 122
Clery, E. J. The Feminization Debate in Eighteenth-Century England: Literature, Commerce, and Luxury—Bonnie Latimer, p. 124
Hadjiafxendi, Kyriaki and Polina Mackay, eds. Authorship in Context: From the Theoretical to the Material and McKelvy, William. The English Cult of Literature: Devoted Readers—Lisa Jadwin, p. 126
Hawthorn, Jeremy. Sexuality and the Erotic in the Fiction of Joseph Conrad—Deaglán Ó Donghaile, p. 130
Mao, Douglas and Rebecca L. Walkowitz, eds. Bad Modernisms—Daniel Worden, p. 132
Mauldin, Joanne Marshall. Thomas Wolfe: When Do the Atrocities Begin?—Patricia Bradley, p. 134
Roston, Murray. Graham Greene’s Narrative Strategies: A Study of the Major Novels—Douglas Kerr, p. 135
Scholes, Robert, James Phelan, Robert Kellogg. The Nature of Narrative—Lisa Sternlieb, p. 137
Sutherland, John. How to Read a Novel: A User’s Guide—Kathryn Duncan, p. 139


41.2 —SUMMER 2009

Articles:

"Time and the Sibyl in Mary Shelley's The Last Man"—Timothy Ruppert, p. 141
"Minding the Body: Benito Cereno and Melville's Embodied Reading Practice"—Matthew Rebhorn, p. 157
"'The Foul system': The Great War and Instrumental Rationality inParade's End"—Jeffrey Mathes McCarthy, p. 178
"An Orphaned Manliness: The Pukka Sahib and the End of Empire in A Passage to India and Burmese Days"—Praseeda Gopinath, p. 201
"Symbolic Narratives: The Dangers of Being an Intertextually Inclined Character"—Richard Lynch, p. 224

Essay-Review:

"Modernism Singlular Plural"—Timothy Christensen, p. 241

Reviews:

Benert, Annette. The Architectural Imagination of Edith Wharton: Gender, Class, and POwer in the Progressive Era—Jean C. Griffith, p. 254
Bell, Michael. Open Secrets: Literature, Education, and Authority from J-J. Rousseau to J. M. Coetzee—Walter Collins, p. 255
Clarke, Deborah. Driving Women: Fiction and Automobile Culture in Twentieth-Century America—Rob Latham, p. 258
Fuller, Randall. Emerson's Ghosts: Literature, Politics, and the Making of Americanists—Sean Ross Meehan, p. 259
Greven, David. Men Beyond Desire: Manhood, Sex, and Violation in American Literature; Weinstein, Cindy. Family, Kinship, and Sympathy in Nineteenth-Century American Literature—Jennifer Travis, p. 261
Keen, Suzanne. Empathy and the Novel—Tara McGann, p. 263
Lucey, Michael. Never Say I: Sexuality and the First Person in Colette, Gide, and Proust—M. Martin Guiney, p. 266
McBride, Patrizia C. The Void of Ethics: Robert Musil and the Experience of Modernity—Stephanie Bird, p. 268
Pines, Davida. The Marriage Paradox: Modernist Novels and the Cultural Imperative to Marry—Elizabeth F. Evans, p. 270
Raschke, Debrah. Modernism, Metaphysics, and Sexuality—Shannon Forbes, p. 271
Reid-Pharr, Robert. Once You Go Black: Choice, Desire, and the Black Intellectual—Rebecka Rutledge Fisher, p. 273


41.3—FALL 2009

Articles:

"From Involuntary Object to Voluntary Spy: Female Agency, Novels, and the Marketplace in Northanger Abbey"—Susan Zlotnick, p. 277
"Somatic Syntax: Replotting the Developmental Narrative in Carson McCullers's The Member of the Wedding"—Nicole Seymour, p. 293
"The Haunted House of American Fiction: William Gaddis's Carpenter's Gothic"—Misty L. Jameson, p. 314
"Unsettling Stories: Disruptive Narrative Strategies in Marina Warner'sIndigo and The Leto Bundle"—Lisa G. Propst, p. 330
"'That Little Incandescence': Reading the Fragmentary and John Calvin in Marilynne Robinson's Gilead"—Christopher Leise, p. 348

Essay-Review:

"Melville, Three Ways"—Hester Blum, p. 368

Reviews:

Berberich, Christine. The Image of the English Gentleman in Twentieth-Century Literature: Englishness and Nostalgia—Ben Clarke, p. 378
Caton, Lou. Reading American Novels and Multicultural Aesthetics: Romancing the Postmodern Novel—Richard Schur, p. 380
Gandal, Keith. The Gun and the Pen: Hemingway, Fitzgerald, Faulkner, and the Fiction of Mobilization—Thomas K. Meier, p. 383
Grace, Nancy M. Jack Kerouac and the Literary Imagination; Hreneniak, Michael. Action Writing: Jack Kerouac's Wild Form—Jonathan P. Eburne, p. 384
Kent, Alicia A. African, Native, and Jewish American Literature and the Reshaping of Modernism—Jennifer C. Rossi, p. 387
McGlynn, Mary M. Narratives of Class in New Irish and Scottish Literature—Amanda Tucker, p. 390
Menke, Richard. Telegraphic Realism: Victorian Fiction and the Other Information Systems—Daniel A. Novak, p. 392
Miller, Andrew. The Burdens of Perfection: On Ethics and Reading in Nineteenth-Century British Literature—John Plotz, p. 395
Walters, Tracey L. African American Literature and the Classicist Tradition: Black Women Writers from Wheatley to Morrison—Jennifer C. Rossi, p. 397


41.4—WINTER 2009

Articles:

"The Other Woman: Lydia Glasher and the Disruption of English Racial Identity in George Eliot's Daniel Deronda"—Kathleen R. Slaugh-Sanford, p. 401
"Systems, Not Men: Producing People in Charlotte Perkins Gilman'sHerland"—Katherine Fusco, p. 418
"Crime and Punishment in Dreiser's An American Tragedy: The Legal Debate"—Donald Pizer, p. 435
"Proustian Reminiscence in To the Lighthouse"—Yuko Rojas, p. 451
"Apocryphal Trauma in E. L. Doctorow's The Book of Daniel"—Aaron DeRosa, p. 468

Reviews:

Duncan, Ian. Scott's Shadow: The Novel in Romantic Edinburgh—Natasha Tessone, p. 490
McClure, John A. Partial Faiths: Postsecular Fiction in the Age of Pynchon and Morrison—Timothy Aubry, p. 492
Cousineau, Thomas. Three-Part Inventions: The Novels of Thomas Bernhard—James Martin, p. 494
Gunn, James, Marleen S. Barr, and Matthew Candelaria, eds. Reading Science Fiction—Darin Bradley, p. 496
Hill, Jen. White Horizon: The Arctic in the Nineteenth-Century British Imagination—Alexandra Neel, p. 497
Novak, Daniel A. Realism, Photography, and Nineteenth-Century Fiction—Laura Saltz, p. 499
Fielding, Penny. Scotland and the Fictions of Geography: North Britain 1760-1830—Chad May, p. 502

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