Volume 9

9.1—SPRING 1977

Articles:

“A Classic of Russian Realism: Form and Meaning in The Golovlyovs”—Milton Ehre, p. 3
“‘A Reality That Can’t Be Quite Definitely Spoken’: Sexuality in Their Wedding Journey”—Gary A. Hunt, p. 17
“Frederick Winterbourne, James’s Prisoner of Chillon”—Carl Wood, p. 33
“Faulkner’s Folklore in As I Lay Dying: An Old Motif in a New Manner”—David Middleton, p. 46
“Templeton Revisited: Social Criticism in The Pioneers and Home as Found”—Joy S. Kasson, p. 54
Lucky Jim and Academic Wishful Thinking”—Richard Fallis, p. 65

Review Essay:

“Eight Ways of Looking at James”—Adeline R. Tintner, p. 73

Reviews:

Friedman, Forms of Modern British Fiction—Eloise Knapp Hay, p. 96
Rees, Jane Austen: Woman and Writer; Gérin, Elizabeth Gaskell: A Biography; and Calder, Women and Marriage in Victorian Fiction—John Halperin, p. 98
Sutherland, Victorian Novelists and Publishers—Jeffrey Meyers, p. 100
Wadlington, The Confidence Game in American Literature—Hershel Parker, p. 102


9.2—SUMMER 1977

Articles:

“Calvinism and Gothicism: The Example of Brown’s Wieland”—Michael T. Gilmore, p. 107
“Another Two Dreisers: The Artist as ‘Genius’”—Thomas P. Riggio, p. 119
The Ambassadors: The Man of Imagination Encaged and Provided For”—Susan M. Greenstein, p. 137
“Marriage in the Symbolic Framework of The Mystery of Edwin Drood”—Ina Rae Hark, p. 154
“The Rarer Action: Comedy in John Hawkes’s Second Skin”—Ronald Wallace, p. 169
“The Education of Elizabeth Temple”—Jay S. Paul, p. 187

Review Essays:

“Psychiatry and Piety on Lawrence”—Kingsley Widmer, p. 195
“Some Recent Books on Faulkner”—Noel Polk, p. 201
“The Divided Stream of Dreiser Studies”—Thomas P. Riggio, p. 211
“Reprinting Religious Novels: Losses or Gain?”—U. C. Knoepflmacher, p. 217
“Seven Versions of Thomas Hardy”—Keith Cushman, p. 223

Reviews:

Guerard, The Triumph of the Novel: Dickens, Dostoevsky, Faulkner—Alan Warren Freidman, p. 232
Gillie, A Preface to Jane Austen and Hardy, A Reading of Jane Austen—Barry Roth, p. 233


9.3—FALL 1977

Articles:

“The Ordered Disorder of Ethan Frome”—David Eggenschwiler, p. 237
“Melville, Marriage, and Mardi”—Charles Haberstroh, Jr., p. 247
“Hardship, Recollection, and Discipline: Three Lessons in Mansfield Park”—Peter L. DeRose, p. 261
Caleb Williams: Godwin’s Epoch of Mind”—Robert Uphaus, p. 279
“Henry James, Puppetmaster: The Narrative Status of Maria Gostrey, Susan Stringham, and Fanny Assingham as Ficelles”—Christopher Nash, p. 297
“James’s ‘Amiable Auditress’: An Ironic Pun”—Edward Craney Jacobs, p. 311

Review Essays:

“Lots of Cotton Wool”—James Gindin, p. 312
“Conrad Studies”—Frederick R. Karl, p. 326
“Three Generations of Finnegans Wake”—Bernard Benstock, p. 333
“Women and Fiction: The Limits of Criticism”—Lydia Blanchard, p. 339

Reviews:

Daleski, Joseph Conrad: The Way of Dispossession—Daniel R. Schwarz, p. 356
Frank, Dostoevsky: The Seeds of Revolt: 1821-1849—Albert J. Guerard, p. 358
Kincaid, The Novels of Anthony Trollope—John Halperin, p. 360
Staley and Benstock, eds., Approaches to Joyce’s Portrait: Ten Essays—Robert Boyle, p. 363


9.4—WINTER 1977

Point Counter Point Special Edition

Articles:

“Editor’s Preface: Fifty Years of Counterpoint”—Jerome Meckier, p. 367
Point Counter Point Revisited”—Walter Allan, p. 373
“The Technique of Counterpoint”—Murray Roston, p. 378
“‘The Source of Light’: Pictoral Imagery and Symbolist in Point Counter Point”—Peter Bowering, p. 389
“The Viability of Point Counter Point”—Harold H. Watts, p. 406
“Accepting the Universe: The ‘Rampion-Hypothesis’ in Point Counter Point and Island”—Keith May, p. 418
“The Mathematical-Physical Universe: A Basis for Multiplicity and the Quest for Unity in Point Counter Point”—James Quina, p. 428
“Philip Quarles’s Passage to India: Jesting Pilate, Point Counter Point,and Bloomsbury”—Jerome Meckier, p. 445
“Politics and Character in Point Counter Point”—Milton Birnbaum, p. 468
“Allusions to Musical Works in Point Counter Point”—Zack Bowen, p. 488
“The Fugal Construction of Point Counter Point”—Donald Watt, p. 509
“Mental Music: Huxley’s Point Counter Point and Mann’s Magic Mountain as Novels of Ideas”—Peter Firchow, p. 518
“A Tour of Brighton Pavilion and Gog’s Court: The Romantic Context ofPoint Counter Point and Eyeless in Gaza”—Robert S. Baker, p. 537

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