Volume 7

7.1—SPRING 1975

Special Number: Jane Austen 

Articles:

“The Trouble with Mansfield Park”—John Halperin, p. 6
Mansfield Park: Reading for ‘Improvement’”—Gerry Brenner, p. 24
“Emma Woodhouse and the Charms of Imagination”—Susan J. Morgan, p. 33
“The Word Clusters in Emma”—Albert E. Wilhelm, p. 49
“Charity in Emma”—Jane Nardin, p. 61
“The Decline of the Gentry: A Study of Jane Austen’s Attitude to Formality in Persuasion”—David M. Monaghan, p. 73
“‘A Pair of Fine Eyes’: Jane Austen’s Treatment of Sex”—Alice Chandler, p. 88
“Object Association and Minor Characters in Jane Austen’s Novels”—Lesley H. Willis, p. 104
“The Happy Marriage: The Influence of Charlotte Smith on Jane Austen”—William H. Magee, p. 120
“Jane Austen and the Obituaries: The Names of Northanger Abbey”—Leslie F. Chard II, p. 133

Review Essay:

“Jane Austen Studies: A Portrait of the Lady and Her Critics”—J. Donald Crowley, p. 137


 

7.2—SUMMER 1975

Articles:

“Newspapers and Novels: Some Common Functions and Themes”—Priscilla P. Clark, p. 166
Roxana and the Development of Defoe’s Fiction”—Wallace Jackson, p. 181
Little Dorrit: Necessary Fictions”—Janice M. Carlisle, p. 195
“Flower Imagery in Hawthorne’s Posthumous Narratives”—Max L. Autrey, p. 215
“‘An Antagonism of Valid Claims’: The Dynamics of The Mill on the Floss”—Sara M. Putzell, p. 227
“The ‘Loud Work’ of Quentin Compson”—Stephen M. Ross, p. 245
“Fantasy, Prophesy, and Point of View in A Passage to India”—Sena Jeter Naslund, p. 258
“Breakthrough in The Golden Notebook”—Marjorie J. Lightfoot, p. 277
“Only Control: The Novels of Joyce Carol Oates”—Robert H. Fossum, p. 285
“The Symbolism of the Flood in Eliot’s Mill on the Floss”—Paul A. Makurath, Jr., p. 298

Reviews:

Burkhart, Charlotte Bronte: A Psychosexual Study of Her Novels—Keith C. Odom, p. 302
Drabble, Arnold Bennett and Wright, Arnold Bennett: Romantic Realist—Kinley E. Roby, p. 303
Iser, The Implied Reader: Patterns of Communication in Prose Fiction from Bunyan to Beckett—Melvin J. Friedman, p. 309
Paris, A Psychological Approach to Fiction: Studies in Thackeray, Stendhal, George Eliot, Dostoevsky, and Conrad—John Olmsted, p. 310
Weinstein, Vision and Response in Modern Fiction—Charles Carmello, p. 313


 

7.3—FALL 1975

Textual Studies Special Edition

Articles:

“Problems and Accomplishments in the Editing of the Novel”—G. Thomas Tanselle, p. 323
“Toward a Critical Edition of Smollett’s Peregrine Pickle”—O M Brack, Jr., p. 361
“Greg’s Theory of Copy-Text and the Textual Criticism in the CEAA Editions”—John Freehafer, p. 375
“The Center for Editions of American Authors: A Forum on Its Editions and Practices”—Warner Barnes and James T. Cox, p. 389
“Freehafer on Gred and the CEAA: Secure Footing and ‘Substantial Shortfalls’”—Bruce Bebb and Hershel Parker, p. 391
“Textual Criticism Today”—Vinton A. Dearing, p. 394
“The Important Questions Are Seldom Raised”—Thomas L. McHaney, p. 399
“Notes on Freehafer and the CEAA Editions”—Morse Peckham, p. 402
“Two Basic Distinctions: Theory and Practice, Text and Apparatus”—G. Thomas Tanselle, p. 404
“Evidences for ‘Late Insertions’ in Melville’s Works”—Hershel Parker, p. 407
“Mr. Bellow’s Sammler: The Evolution of a Contemporary Text”—Keith Cushman, p. 425
“Textual Studies in the Novel: A Selected Checklist, 1950-1974”—Margaret Putnam, Marvin Williams, compilers, and James T. Cox, editor, p. 445


 

7.4—WINTER 1975

Articles:

Vanity Fair: Becky Brought to Book Again”—John Hagan, p. 479
“Imitation and Expression in Thomas Hardy’s Theory of Fiction”—Lawrence O. Jones, p. 507
“Mary Shelley’s Last Men: The Truth of Dreams”—Hartley S. Spatt, p. 526
“The Burdens of Self and Society: Release and Redemption in Little Dorrit”—Ronald S. Librach, p. 538
“The Buried Book: Moby-Dick a Century Ago”—Edward Stone, p. 552
“Melville’s Israel Potter: Fathers and Sons”—Charles N. Watson, Jr., p. 563
“Henry Roth’s Bull Story: Guilt and Betrayal in Call It Sleep”—Tom Samet, p. 569

Review Essay:

“Tripartite Themes”—James Gindin, p. 584

Reviews:

Colby, Yesterday’s Women: Domestic Realism in the English Novel and Basch, Relative Creatures: Victorian Women in Society and the Novel—Eric Solomon, p. 596
Olderman, Beyond the Waste Land: The American Novel in the Nineteen-Sixties—Ben Siegel, p. 598
Palmer, The Fiction of John Fowles: Tradition, Art, and the Loneliness of Selfhood—Roy Arthur Swanson, p. 601

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