Volume 6

6.1—SPRING 1974

Articles:

“Gulliver’s Fiction”—Steven M. Cohan, p. 7
“The Role of the Senses in Humphry Clinker”—Donald T. Siebert, Jr., p. 17
“‘His Allegorical Way of Expressing It’: Civil War and Psychic Conflict inOliver Twist and A Child’s History”—Barry Westburg, p. 27
“Elements of Anatomy in Melville’s Fiction”—Paul McCarthy, p. 38
Moby-Dick as an Education”—Morton L. Ross, p. 62
“Depersonalization and the Dream in The Red Badge of Courage”—Robert M. Rechnitz, p. 76
“Camus’ Hero of Many Faces”—Jerry L. Curtis, p. 88

Review Essay:

“Hawthorne Criticism and the Return to History”—J. Donald Crowley, p. 98

Reviews:

Cazamian, The Social Novel in England 1830-1850—John Halperin, p. 108
Efron, Don Quixote and the Dulcineated World—Stephen A. Black, p. 109
Gill, Happy Rural Seat: The English Country House and the Literary Imagination—Adeline R. Tintner, p. 111
Goldberg, Carlyle and Dickens—George H. Ford, p. 114
Knoepflmacher, Laughter and Despair: Readings in Ten Novels of the Victorian Era—Juliet McMaster, p. 117
Vickery, The Literary Impact of The Golden Bough—Roy Arthur Swanson, p. 119
Zoellner, The Salt-Sea Mastodon: A Reading of Moby-Dick—Robert L. Gale, p. 121


6.2—SUMMER 1974

Articles:

“The Survival of the Gothic Response”—James M. Keech, p. 130
“The Visual Imagination of Dickens and Hogarth: Structure and Scene”—Harry P. Marten, p. 145
“The Dialogue of Crisis in The Confidence-Man: Melville’s ‘New Novel’”—Christopher W. Sten, p. 165
“Melville’s ‘Intentions’ in Pierre”—Robert Midler, p. 186
The Ordeal of Richard Feverel: A Psychological Approach”—Robert S. Baker, p. 200
“Heroic Allusion in Tom Jones: Hamlet and the Temptation of Jesus”—Manuel Schonhorn, p. 218
“Prophetic Imagination and the Unity of Jane Eyre”—Thomas A. Langford, p. 228
“Witchcraft Imagery and Allusion in James’s Bostonians”—Howard D. Pearce, p. 236


6.3—FALL 1974

Articles:

“Robert Greene’s Ciceronis Amor: Fictional Biography in the Romance Genre”—Charles H. Larson, p. 256
Tristram Shandy and the New ‘Novel of Sensibility’”—William Park, p. 268
“Dickens’s Endings”—G. W. Kennedy, p. 280
“Contrasting Pairs of Heroines in George Eliot’s Fiction”—Constance Marie Fulmer, p. 288
“The Psychology of Characterization: James’s Portraits of Verena Tarrant and Olive Chancellor”—Lee Ann Johnson, p. 295
“‘The Pleasure of Your Heart’: Treasure Island and the Appeal of Boys’ Adventure Fiction”—Hayden W. Ward, p. 304
“The Impure Fiction of Billy Budd”—Robert T. Eberwein, p. 318
“Narrative Presence: The Illusion of Language in Heart of Darkness”—Jerry Wasserman, p. 327
“Lolita in Humberland”—James Joyce, p. 339
“After the Volcano: An Assessment of Malcolm Lowry’s Posthumous Fiction”—Terence Bareham, p. 349

Reviews:

Birmingham, The Late John Marquand—John J. McAleer, p. 364
Jones, Mrs. Humphry Ward—U. C. Knoepflmacher, p. 365 
Kuhlmann, Knave, Fool, and Genius: The Confidence man as He Appears in Nineteenth-Century American Fiction—Donald Yannella, p. 368
Tuttleton, The Novel of Manners in America—John J. McAleer, p. 369
Winnifrith, The Brontes and Their Background: Romance and Realityand Peters, Charlotte Bronte: Style in the Novel—Eric Solomon, p. 371


6.4—WINTER 1974

Articles:

“Justice to Caleb Williams”—Gerard A. Barker, p. 377
Wuthering Heights: The Question of Unquiet Slumbers”—Peter D. Grudin, p. 389
“Narrative Distance in Frankenstein”—Richard J. Dunn, p. 408
“The Four Square Coterie: A Comparison of Ford Madox Ford and Henry James”—Lydia Rivlin Gabbay, p. 439
“Shreve McCannon and the Confessions of Absalom, Absalom!”—Terrence Doody, p. 454
“The Second Tale of a Tub: A Link from Swift to Sterne?”—Eugene Korkowski, p. 470
“Caddy, Benjy, and the Acts of the Apostles: A Note on The Sound and the Fury”—Michael J. Auer, p. 475

Review Essays:

“Thwarted Expectations”—James Gindin, p. 477
“Recent Joyce Criticism”—Thomas F. Staley, p. 486

Reviews: 

Buckley, Season of Youth: The Bildungsroman from Dickens to Golding—Richard J. Dunn, p. 494
Hill, Mark Twain: God’s Fool—Clyde L. Grimm, Jr., p. 495
Swinden, Unofficial Selves—Robert K. Morris, p. 498
Tave, Some Words of Jane Austen—Joel Weinsheimer, p. 501

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