Volume 43

43.1-Spring 2011

Articles:

"The Economics of Plot in Burney’s Camilla" —Katherine Binhammer, p. 1
"The Art of Manliness: Ekphrasis and/as Masculinity in George MacDonald’s Phantastes" —Albert D. Pionke, p. 21
"Rena’s Two Bodies: Gender and Whiteness in Charles Chesnutt’s The House Behind the Cedars" —Melissa Ryan, p. 38
"Small Language and Big Men in Virginia Woolf" —Kim Shirkhani, p. 55
"Rewriting Darkness: Imperial Knowledge in Barry Unsworth’s Sacred Hunger" —Susan Strehle, p. 75
"Violence, Fiction, and the Limits of Sympathy"—Mike Marais, p. 94

Reviews:

Foster, John Wilson Irish Novels, 1890-1940: New Bearings in Culture and Fiction—Richard Russell, p. 116
Hughes, William and Andrew Smith, eds. Queering the Gothic—Patrick O’Malley, p. 118
Klinkowitz, Jerome. Kurt Vonnegut’s America—Robert Morace, p. 120
Luce, Dianne C. Reading the World: Cormac McCarthy’s Tennessee Period—William Brannon, p. 122
Miller, Robin Feuer. Dostoevsky’s Unfinished Journey—Susan McReynolds, p. 1124
Morley, Catherine. The Quest for Epic in Contemporary American Fiction: John Updike, Philip Roth and Don DeLillo—Jeffrey Severs, p. 126
Stockton, Kathryn Bond. The Queer Child: Growing Up Sideways in the Twentieth Century—Elizabeth Freeman, p. 128


 

43.2-Summer2011

Articles:

"‘Everything is Going to Sixes and Sevens’: Governing the Female Body (Politic) in Jane Austen’s Catharine, Or the Bower (1792)"—John C. Leffel, p. 131
"‘Gladstone bags, shooting boots, and Bryant & May's matches’: Empire, Commerce, and the Imperial Romance in the Graphic's Serialization of H. Rider Haggard's She"—Julia Reid, p. 152
"Hardy’s Geography of Narrative Empathy"—Eve Sorum, p. 179
"Assimilation After Empire: Marina Lewycka, Paul Gilroy, and the Ethnic Bildungsroman in Contemporary Britain"—Heather Fielding, p. 200
"Cormac McCarthy's The Road as Apocalyptic Grail Narrative"—Lydia R. Cooper, p. 218
"Historiography and the Material Imagination in the Novels of Sarah Waters"—Katharina Boehm, p. 237

Essay-Reviews:

"British Culture at Mid-Century: Wartime Writing and Intermodernism"—Patrick Bixby, p. 258
"A Set of Four: New Studies of the Novels of Joseph Conrad"—John Lester, p. 267

Reviews:

Detloff, Madelyn The Persistence of Modernism: Loss and Mourning in the Twentieth Century—Rod C. Taylor, p. 279
Duffy, Enda Consuming Traditions: Modernity, Modernism, and the Commodified Authentic—Rod C. Tayor, p. 279
Outka, Elizabeth. The Speed Handbook: Velocity, Pleasure, Modernism—Andrew Goldstone, p. 281
Saunders, Loraine The Unsung Artistry of George Orwell: The Novels from Burmese Days to Nineteen Eighty-Four—Ben Clarke, p. 286


 

43.3-Fall 2011

Articles:

"Melodrama and the Production of Affective Knowledge in Mary Barton"—Thomas Recchio, p. 289
"‘Can You Put a Word to It?’: Language and Epistemology in The Dwarfs"—Marc Silverstein, p. 306
"On Not Being Found: A Winnicottian Reading of John Banville’s Ghostsand Athena"—Mark O’Connell, p. 328
"Going to the Dogs: Enduring Isolation in Marlene van Niekerk’sTriomf"—Jeanne-Marie Jackson, p. 343

Essay-Review:

"Three Feminist Interventions"—Esther M. Lopez, p. 363

Reviews:

Barrows, Adam The Cosmic Time of Empire: Modern Britain and World Literature—James Harker, p. 373
Cerasulo, Tom Authors Out Here: Fitzgerald, West, Parker, and Schulberg in Hollywood—Hila Shachar, p. 375
Lukasik, Christopher J. Discerning Characters: The Culture of Appearance in Early America—Bridget Marshall, p. 376
Makino, Arimachi Melville and the Wall of the Modern Age—Anna Krauthammer, p. 378
Milnes, Tim and Kerry Sinanan Romanticism, Sincerity and Authenticity—Timothy Ruppert, p. 380
Wutz, Michael Enduring Words: Literary Narrative in a Changing Media Ecology—Hila Shachar, p. 382


 

43.4-Winter 2011

Articles:

"Antinomian Reviewers: Hogg's Critique of Romantic-Era Magazine Culture inThe Confessions of a Justified Sinner"—Cates Baldridge, p. 385
"Corpse Hoarding: Control and the Female Body in 'Bluebeard,' 'Schalken the Painter,' and Villette"—Katherine J. Kim, p. 406
"No Place Like Home: Nightwood's Unhoused Fictions"—Mary Wilson, p. 428
"Profaning the American Religion: Flannery O'Connor's Wise Blood"—Steve Pinkerton, p. 449
"'Time to go': The Post-Apocalyptic and the Post-Traumatic in Margaret Atwood's Oryx and Crake"—Katherine V. Snyder, p. 470

Essay-Reviews:

"The Violated Man of Letters: Dickens's Studies between Truth and Appropriation"—Luca Caddia, p. 490
"'Distant Reading': Victorian Investments in History and the Novel"—Chris Kent, p. 498

Reviews:

Aplin, John The Inheritance of Genius: A Thackeray Family Biograpy, 1798 - 1875—Kristi N. Embry, p. 507
Bouson, J. Brooks, ed. Margaret Atwood: The Robber Bride, The Blind Assassin, Oryx and Crake—Heather Duerre Humann, p. 508
Csicisila, Joseph and Chad Rohman, eds. Centenary Reflections on Mark Twain's No. 44, The Mysterious Stranger—Michael Martin, p. 510
Ketabgian, Tamara The Lives of Machines: The Industrial Imaginary in Victorian Literature & Culture—Jennifer Kelso Farrell, p. 512
Phillips, Paul A Clockwork Counterpoint: The Music and Literature of Anthony Burgess—Thomas Horan, p. 515
Tilottama, Rajan Romantic Narrative: Shelley, Hays, Godwin, Wollstonecraft—Timothy Ruppert, p. 517

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