Volume 8

8.1—SPRING 1976

Articles:

“Why Pierre Went Wrong”—Hershel Parker, p. 7
“Money in the Novels of Fanny Burney”—Edward W. Copeland, p. 24
“Kinship and Guilt in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein”—John A. Dussinger, p. 38
“The Carlylean Vision of A Tale of Two Cities”—David D. Marcus, p. 56
“‘Yankee Gothic’: Hawthorne’s ‘Castle of Pyncheon’”—Ronald T. Curran, p. 69
Caleb Williams and the Attack on Romance”—C. R. Cropf, p. 81
What Maisie Knew: The Myth of the Artist”—William L. Nance, p. 88
“The Gissing Revival, 1961–1974”—John Halperin, p. 103

Review Essay:

“A Portrait of the Novelist as a Young Man: The Letters of Henry James”—Adeline R. Tintner, p. 121

Reviews:

Cash, Lawrence Sterne: The Early & Middle Years—Mary Wagoner, p. 130
Klinkowitz, Literary Disruptions: The Making of a Post-Contemporary American Fiction—Charles Caramello, p. 131
Rawlins, Thackeray’s Novels: A Fiction That Is True—Michael G. Sundell, p. 133
Thorburn, Conrad’s Romanticism—Kinley E. Roby, p. 136


8.2—SUMMER 1976

Articles:

“The Narrator, the Satellites, and Isabel Archer: Point of View in The Portrait of a Lady”—Martha Collins, p. 142
“Blending Cadences: Rhythm and Structure in Moby-Dick”—Marden J. Clark, p. 158
“George’s Illumination: Unity in Giles Goat-Boy”—Charles B. Harris, p. 172
“Narration in the Making of Manhattan Transfer”—Lois Hughson, p. 185
“Anglo-American Fiction Theory 1947-1962”—Norman Friedman, p. 199
“Fielding’s Lady Booby and Fenelon’s Calypso”—James E. Evans, p. 210

Review Essays:

“Some Recent Melville Studies”—Donald Yannella, p. 214
“The Imaginative Dickens”—Richard J. Dunn, p. 223
“Profiling an Erotic Prophet: Recent Lawrence Biographies”—Kingsley Widmer, p. 234

Reviews:

Boyd, The Novels of G. K. Chesterton—W. J. Scheick, p. 246
Cox, Joseph Conrad: The Modern Imagination—Kinley E. Roby, p. 247
Halperin, Egoism and Self-Discovery in the Victorian Novel: Studies in the Ordeal of Knowledge in the Nineteenth Century—Alan Warren Friedman, p. 249
Hassan, Paracriticisms: Seven Speculations of the Times—Charles Caramello, p. 250


8.3—FALL 1976

Articles:

“Speaking of Paul Morel: Voice, Unity, and Meaning in Sons and Lovers”—Daniel R. Schwarz, p. 255
“Jason Compson and Sut Lovingood: Southwestern Humor as Stream of Consciousness”—Stephen M. Ross, p. 278
“Toward New Archetypal Forms: Boston Adventure”—Jeanette W. Mann, p. 291
“The Image of the Child and the Plot of Jane Eyre”—William R. Siebenschuh, p. 304
“Science, Myth, and Fiction in H. G. Wells’s Island of Dr. Moreau”—Roger Bowen, p. 318

Review Essays:

“Bolts of Iron”—James Gindin, p. 336
“On Doing unto Joyce before He Does unto You: Modes of Critical Engagement in Some Recent Joyce Studies”—Charles Rossman, p. 351

Reviews:

Alter, Partial Magic: The Novel as a Self-Conscious Genre—Richard J. Dunn, p. 368
Guttenberg, Web of Being: The Novels of Robert Penn Warren—Neil Nakadate, p. 369
Lewis, Edith Wharton: A Biography and Edith Wharton and the Novel of Manners—Adeline Tintner, p. 371
Poole, Gissing in Context—John Halperin, p. 374


8.4—WINTER 1976

Articles:

“The Path of Sympathy: Abstraction and Imagination in Camus’ La Peste”—Eugene Hollahan, p. 377
“The Catch-22 Note Cards”—James Nagel, p. 394
“Other Bodies: Roxana’s Confession of Guilt”—Steve Cohan, p. 406
“From Passion to Impasse: The Structure of a Dark Romantic Theme in Hawthorne, Howells, and Barth”—Kermit Vanderbilt, p. 419
“Time and Typology in George Eliot’s Early Fiction”—Carl R. Kropf, p. 430
“Isabel Archer and Victorian Manners”—Mary S. Schriber, p. 441
The Tenants in the House of Fiction”—Stephen G. Kellman, p. 458

Review Essays:

“Defoe and the Novel: Two Recent Studies”—Frederick R. Karl, p. 468
“Celebrating the Bicentennial: Jane Austen and Her Recent Critics”—Barry Roth, p. 474

Reviews:

Bergon, Stephen Crane’s Artistry—Eric Solomon, p. 484
Bassoff, Toward Loving: The Poetics of the Novel and the Practice of Henry Green—Keith C. Odom, p. 486
Rothstein, Systems of Order and Inquiry in Later Eighteenth-Century Fiction—Larry Carver, p. 487

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