Volume 5

5.1—SPRING 1973

Articles:

“Two Dramatists: Lovelace and Richardson in Clarissa”—William J. Palmer, p. 7
“Acts of Perception in Jane Austen’s Novels”—Hugh L. Hennedy, p. 22
“Home as Cherished: The Theme of Family in Fenimore Cooper”—Jay S. Paul, p. 39
“The ‘Double Center’: Character and Meaning in Cable’s Early Novels”—Donald A. Ringe, p. 52
“Artist and Model in The Picture of Dorian Gray”—Robert Keefe, p. 63
“Historical Impressionism in Orlando”—Jack F. Stewart, p. 71
“Moll’s Many-Colored Coat: Veil and Disguise in the Fiction of Defoe”—Frederick R. Karl, p. 86
“The Profit and Loss of Moll Flanders”—Samuel J. Rogal, p. 98
“The Oedipal Theme in Howells’s Fennel and Rue”—John W. Crowley, p. 104

Review Essays:

“All About Richardson”—Ronald Paulson, p. 110
The Learned Try-Works: A Review of Recent Scholarly Criticism of Melville”—Kingsley Widmer, p. 117
“Satire, Society, and Symbol in Recent Dickens”—Lauriat Lane, Jr., p. 125

Reviews:

Cady, The Light of Common Day: Realism in American Fiction—John J. McAleer, p. 140
Gérin, Emily Bronte: A Biography—Keith C. Odom, p. 142
La France, A Reading of Stephen Crane—Eric Solomon, p. 144
Ringe, The Pictoral Mode: Space and Time in the Art of Bryant, Irving, and Cooper—Frank M. Collins, p. 145
Young, Three Bags Full: Essays in American Fiction—Irving Malin, p. 148


5.2—SUMMER 1973

Articles:

“English Fiction in the 1740s: Some Glances at the Major and Minor Novels”—Jerry C. Beasley, p. 155
“Archetypal Patterns in Edgar Huntly”—Philip Russell Hughes, p. 176
“The Preface as a Key to the Satire in Pym”—J. Gerald Kennedy, p. 191
“The Shape of Moby-Dick”—Henry L. Golemba, p. 197
Sibi Constet: The Goddess of Castlewood and the Goddess of Walcote”—Robert Bledsoe, p. 211
“Art and Artists in Daniel Deronda”—Douglas C. Fricke, p. 220
Lord Jim as a Tragic Action”—Harry S. Epstein, p. 229
“‘Doating on you, faults and all’: Mr. George Knightley”—James R. Bennett, p. 248
“Melville’s Surgeon Cuticle and Surgeon Cutbush”—Hennig Cohen, p. 251

Reviews:

Bennett, The Realism of William Dean Howells, 1889-1920—David J. Nordloh, p. 256
Fletcher, ed., Meredith Now: Some Critical Essays and Beer, Meredith: A Change of Masks: A Study of the Novels—Benjamin Franklin Fisher IV, p. 258
Katz, ed., Stephen Crane in Transition: Centenary Essays—Donald Pizer, p. 261
Poirier, Norman Mailer—Robert F. Lucid, p. 263


5.3—FALL 1973

Articles:

“The Interpolated Narratives in the Fiction of Fielding and Smollett: An Epistemological View”—John M. Warner, p. 271
The Good Soldier: Outworn Codes”—Mary Cohen, p. 284
“The Pertinence of Modern Pastoral: The Three Versions of Lady Chatterley’s Lover”—Kingsley Widmer, p. 298
“The Unconscious Dimension of Tender is the Night”—George D. Murphy, p. 314
“Fitzgerald in the Fifties”—Barry E. Gross, p. 324
“Things Falling Apart: Structure and Theme in Rabbit, Run”—Clinton S. Burhans, Jr., p. 336
“John Ray, Jr., Critic and Artist: The Foreword to Lolita”—James L. McDonald, p. 352
An Interview in Minnesota with Frederick Manfred—p. 358

Review Essay:
“Samuel Beckett and His Critics Enter the 1970s”—Melvin J. Friedman, p. 383

Reviews:

Argyle, An Introduction to the Australian Novel 1830-1930—Joseph Jones, p. 402
Hardy, The Exposure of Luxury: Radical Themes in Thackeray—Michael G. Sundell, p. 402
Kazin, Bright Book of Life, American Novelists and Storytellers from Hemingway to Mailer—D. B. Graham, p. 404
Kroeber, Styles in Fictional Structure: The Art of Jane Austen, Charlotte Bronte, George Eliot—William A. Madden, p. 406
Stone, Novelists in a Changing World: Meredith, James and the Transformation of English Fiction in the 1880s—Adeline R. Tintner, p. 408


5.4—WINTER 1973

Articles:

A Passage to India and Dickinson’s Saint at Benares”—Jean E. Kennard, p. 417
“The Evolution of E. M. Forster’s Narrator”—Jo M. Turk, p. 428
“E. M. Forster and Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson”—Frederick P. W. McDowell, p. 441
“Henry James’s New Christopher Newman”—Larry J. Reynolds, p. 457
“The Existential Dilemmas of Alan Sillitoe’s Working-Class Heroes”—Anna Ryan Nardella, p. 469
“Ford’s Good Narrator”—Vern B. Lentz, p. 483
“Marlow’s Interview with Stein: The Implications of the Metaphor”—Paul S. Bruss, p. 491
An Interview in New York with Anthony Burgess—p. 504

Review Essays:

“From Standard to Classic: Graham Greene in Transit”—Robert Murray Davis, p. 530
“Lawrentian Manias: A Review of Recent Studies of D. H. Lawrence”—Kingsley Widmer, p. 547
“The Latest Woolf Offering”—Avron Fleishman, p. 559

 

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