Tables of Contents, vols. 1–44:2

1:1 (April 1968) Victorian Perspectives

Editor’s Comment
  William E. Colburn, 1
Matthew Arnold on Wordsworth
  Paul G. Blount, 3
Phrenology: From Lewes to George Eliot
  N. N. Feltes, 13
The “St. John Sense” Underlying “The Eagle: A Fragment” by Tennyson—“To Whom the Vision Came”
  Raymond Carter Sutherland, 23
Ruskin and Browning: The Poet’s Responsibility
  William E. Colburn, 37
The Ring and the Book: Its Conception, Current Reputation, and Meaning
  Henry J. Donaghy, 47
Some Memories of an Edwardian Childhood, 1905, by David S. Crowthers
  Joseph O. Baylen, 67

1:2 (October, 1968) Modern British Fiction: From Psychological Realism to Mythic Symbolism

Editor’s Comment
  Ted R. Spivey, 1
George Eliot: Victorian Romantic and Modern Realist
  Ted R. Spivey, 5
Victorian Translations of Zola
  William E. Colburn, 23
Kurtz, Marlow, Conrad, and the Human Heart of Darkness
  James C. Dahl, 33
Love and Mr. Wells: A Shelleyan Search for the Epipsyche
  Henry J. Donaghy, 41
Landscape with Figures: The Early Fiction of John Cooper Powys
  Douglas Robillard, 51
Hell Is Oneself: An Examination of the Concept of Damnation in Charles Williams’s Descent Into Hell
  Barbara McMichael, 59
Aldous Huxley’s Island: The Final Vision
  Charles McMichael, 73
Piggy: Apologia Pro Vita Sua
  Jack I. Biles, 83

2:1 (April 1969) American Romanticism: Hawthorne and Melville

Editor’s Comment
  Arthur E. Waterman, 1
The Myth of the Garden: Nathaniel Hawthorne’s “Rappaccini’s Daughter”
  Joe Davis, 3
Dramatic Structure in The House of the Seven Gables
  Arthur E. Waterman, 13
Arthur Dimmesdale’s Confession
  William B. Dillingham, 21
The Textual Editions of Hawthorne and Melville
  Thomas L. McHaney, 27
Melville’s Theatrical Mask: The Role of Narrative Perspective in his Short Fiction
  Bert C. Bach, 43
Melville’s Poems of Civil War Controversy
  Ralph E. Hitt, 57
Melville’s “The Encantadas”: Imagery and Meaning
  Don S. Howington, 69
The Boy and the Shadow: The Role of Pip and Fedallah in Moby Dick
  William A. Evans, 77

2:2 (October 1969) A William Golding Miscellany

Editor’s Comment
  Jack I. Biles, 1
Pincher Martin: William Golding’s Morality Play
  E. C. Bufkin, 5
The Cleft Rock of Conversion: Robinson Crusoe and Pincher Martin
  Jack I. Biles and Carl R. Kropf, 17
Golding’s The Spire
  David Skilton, 45
Medieval Elements in The Spire
  Raymond Carter Sutherland, 57
William Golding: From Paradigm to Pyramid
  Marshall Walker, 67
The Pyramid: Mr. Golding’s “New” Novel
  Bernard F. Dick, 83

3:1 (April, 1970) Creativity in Southern Folklore

Editor’s Comment
  John A. Burrison, 1
Creativity, Individuality, and the Traditional Singer
  Roger D. Abrahams, 5
He Hewed His Own Path: William Henry Scott, Ozark Songmaker
  Loman D. Cansler, 37
“One of These Days”: The Function of Two Singers in the Sea Island Community
  Mary A. Twining and William C. Saunders, 65
“And Everyone of Them’s Gone But Me”: Another Look at Tangier Island’s Oldest Inhabitant
  George G. Carey, 73
“If You Ain’t Got It In Your Head, You Can’t Do It In Your Hand”: James Thomas, Mississippi Delta Folk Sculptor
  William R. Ferris, Jr., 89

3:2 (October 1970) James Joyce in the Seventies: The Expanding Dimensions of His Art

Editor’s Comment
  Ted R. Spivey, 1
  Joseph Campbell, 3
James Joyce and the Game of Language
  Richard M. Kain, 19
Wordagglutinations in Joyce’s Ulysses
  William A. Evans, 27
“Swiftly-Sterneward”: The Question of Sterne’s Influence on Joyce
  Lodwick Hartley, 37
The Reintegration of Modern Man: An Essay on James Joyce and Hermann Hesse
  Ted R. Spivey, 49
“Chaos—Hurray!—Is Come Again”: Heroism in James Joyce and Conrad Aiken
  Charles T. McMichael and Ted R. Spivey, 65
The Irrelevance of Stephen Dedalus: Some Reflections on Joyce and the Student Activist Movement
  Potter Woodberry, 69
The City as Radical Order: James Joyce’s Dubliners
  Joseph K. Davis, 79

4:1 (April 1971) The Legacy of Francis Bacon

Editor’s Comment
   William A. Sessions, 1
Beyond Hercules: Bacon and the Scientist as Hero
  John M. Steadman, 3
The Providential Order in Bacon’s New Philosophy
  Sidney Warhaft, 49
Francis Bacon: Induction and/or Rhetoric
  Margaret L. Wiley, 65
Bacon’s Inductive Method and Humanistic Grammar
  Maurice B. McNamee, S.J., 81
Francesco Patrizi and Francis Bacon
  Virgil K. Whitaker, 107
New Atlantis Revisited
  Judah Bierman, 121
Francis Bacon After His Fall
  Benjamin Farrington, 143
Hawk Versus Dove: Francis Bacon’s Advocacy of A Holy War by James I Against the Turks
  J. Max Patrick, 159
Chief Guides for the Study of Bacon’s Speeches
  Karl R. Wallace, 173
Bacon’s Use of Theatrical Imagery
  Brian Vickers, 189

4:2 (October 1971) Papers By Medievalists

Editors’ Comment
  Raymond Carter Sutherland and Hugh T. Keenan, v
Chaucer and the Exegetes
  Rodney Delasanta, 1
Further Testimony in the Matter of Troilus
  Neil D. Isaacs, 11
The Arthur-Guenevere Relationship in Malory’s Morte Darthur
  Edward D. Kennedy, 29
“The Endless Knot”: Magical Aspects of the Pentangle in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
  John F. Kiteley, 41
Some Medieval Light on Marshall McLuhan
  Edward J. Milowicki, 51
“Once More Unto the Breach”: The Meaning of Troilus and Criseyde
  Charles Moorman, 61
Chaucer’s “To Rosemounde”
  Rossell Hope Robbins, 73
Theseus and the “Right Way” of the Knight’s Tale
  Thomas A. Van, 83

5:1 (April 1972) Shakespeare’s History Plays

Editor’s Comment
   Raymond V. Utterback, v
Traps, Slaughter, and Chaos: A Study of Shakespeare’s Henry VI Plays
Carol McGinnis Kay, 1
Ironic Lapses: Plotting in Henry VI
Wayne L. Billings, 27
The Grotesque Comedy of Richard III
  William E. Sheriff, 51
Richard II: The Aesthetics of Judgment
  Sidney Homan, 65
The Elevation of Hal in I Henry IV
  Mary Olive Thomas, 73
The Unity of Betrayal in II Henry IV
  Frank Manley, 91
Henry V: Maturing of Man and Majesty
  Dorothy Cook, 111
Shakespeare’s Roman Trilogy: The Climax in Cymbeline
  Hugh M. Richmond, 129
Dramatic Perspectives on Shakespeare’s History Plays: A Review Article
  Raymond V. Utterback, 141

5:2 (October 1972) Modes of Augustan Satire

Editors’ Comment
  C. R. Kropf and Thomas B. Gilmore, Jr., v
Augustan Satire and the Gates of Dreams: A Utopian Essay
  W. B. Carnochan, 1
The Swelling Volume: The Apocalyptic Satire of Rochester’s Letter From Artemisia in the Town to Chloe in the Country
  Howard D. Weinbrot, 19
Pope’s Satiric Use of Nature
  Patricia Meyer Spacks, 39
Gulliver, Flimnap’s Wife, and the Critics
  Robert M. Ryley, 53
Fielding’s Reflexive Plays and the Rhetoric of Discovery
  J. Paul Hunter, 65
Notes on the Parody of The Vanity of Human Wishes
  Jacob H. Adler, 101
Sacramentum Militiae: The Dynamics of Religious Satire
  Edward A. Bloom, 119

6:1 (April 1973) Ben Jonson: Quadricentennial Essays

Editor’s Comment
   Mary Olive Thomas, ix
Alchemy and Acting: The Major Plays of Ben Jonson
  Alvin B. Kernan, 1
Virtue and Pessimism in Three Plays by Ben Jonson
  George A. E. Parfitt, 23
The Seeds of Virtue: Political Imperatives in Jonson’s Sejanus
  Marvin L. Vawter, 41
Volpone and the Power of Gorgeous Speech
  L. A. Beaurline, 61
“No Laughing Matter”: Some New Readings of The Alchemist
  Richard Levin, 85
Social Change and the Evolution of Ben Jonson’s Court Masques
  M. C. Bradbrook, 101
Jonson’s Ode to Sir Lucius Cary and Sir H. Morison
  Ian Donaldson, 139
Jonson’s Epigrammes: The Names and the Nameless
  Edward Partridge, 153
Ben Jonson Full of Shame and Scorn   
  William Kerrigan, 199
Virtue Reconciled to Pleasure: Jonson’s “A Celebration of Charis”
  Richard S. Peterson, 219

6:2 (Fall 1973) Aspects of Utopian Fiction

Editor’s Comment
   Jack I. Biles, v
H. G. Wells and the Radicalism of Despair
  W. Warren Wagar, 1
Walden Two Twenty-Five Years Later: A Retrospective Look
  Peter Wolfe, 11
The Nouveau Roman, Russian Dystopias, and Anthony Burgess
  Robert O. Evans, 27
The Fixed Period: Anthony Trollope’s Novel of 1980
  David Skilton, 39
Coming Up For Air: Orwell’s Ambiguous Satire on the Wellsian Utopia
  Howard Fink, 51
The Language of Utopia
  Robert M. Philmus, 61
Utopian Fantasy as Millennial Motive and Science-Fictional Motif
  David Ketterer, 79
Utopian Views of Man and the Machine
  Sylvia E. Bowman, 105
Defining the Literary Genre of Utopia: Some Historical Semantics, Some Genology, a Proposal, and a Plea
  Darko Suvin, 121

7:1 (Spring 1974) Sources of Terror to the American Imagination

Editor’s Comment
   Robert D. Jacobs, v
American Apocalypses: Excrement and Ennui
  Martha Banta, 1
Incest and American Romantic Fiction
  James D. Wilson, 31
Irving’s Use of the Gothic Mode
  Donald A. Ringe, 51
Beyond the Brink of Fear: Thoreau’s Wilderness
  Lewis Leary, 67
George Lippard’s The Quaker City: The World of the American Porno-Gothic
  J. V. Ridgeley, 77
The Other Side of Slavery: Thomas Nelson Page’s “‘No Haid Pawn’”
  Louis D. Rubin, Jr., 95
Gothic Sociology: Charles Chesnutt and the Gothic Mode
  Robert Hemenway, 101
Jamesian Gothicism: The Haunted Castle of the Mind
  Pamela Jacobs Shelden, 121

7:2 (Fall 1974) The Harlem Renaissance

Editor’s Comment
  Victor A. Kramer, ix
W. E. B. Du Bois and the Theory of a Black Aesthetic
  Darwin T. Turner, 1
Jean Toomer and the South: Region and Race as Elements Within a Literary Imagination
  Charles T. Davis, 23
Countee Cullen: A Key to the Puzzle
  Michael L. Lomax, 39
Langston Hughes: Evolution of the Poetic Persona
  Raymond Smith, 49
The Outer Reaches: The White Writer and Blacks in the Twenties
  Richard A. Long, 65
The Emperor Jones and the Harlem Renaissance
  John R. Cooley, 73

8:1 (Spring 1975) Typology and Medieval Literature

Editor’s Comment
   Hugh T. Keenan, v
Theological Notes on the Origin of Types, “Shadows of Things to Be”
  Raymond Carter Sutherland, 1
Typology and Iconographic Style in Early Medieval Hagiography
  James W. Earl, 15
Old English Poetry, Medieval Exegesis, and Modern Criticism
  Alvin A. Lee, 47
Muspilli: Apocalypse as Political Threat
  A. Robert Bell, 75
Discrete and Progressive Narration: Typology and the Architectonics of the Verdun Altar, Auslegung Des Pasternosters and Di Vier Schiven
  J. Sidney Groseclose, 105
Typological Transfer in Liturgical Offices and Religious Plays of the Middle Ages
  Theo Stemmler, 123
Typology and the Audience of the English Cycle Plays
  Walter E. Meyers, 145
A Checklist on Typology and English Medieval Literature Through 1972
  Hugh T. Keenan, 159

8:2 (Fall 1975) Victorian Prose

Editors’ Comment
   Paul G. Blount and Charlotte W. Rhodes, v
Thought, Style, and the Idea of Co-Variance in Some Mid-Nineteenth-Century Prose
  John Holloway, 1
Myth as “Hieroglyph” in Ruskin
  J. Hillis Miller, 15
Some Victorian Experiments in Closure
vDavid J. DeLaura, 19
Hallam on Tennyson: An Early Aesthetic Doctrine and Modernism
  Norman Friedman, 37
Newman in the Pulpit: The Power of Simplicity
  John Hazard Wildman, 63
Kinglake’s Eothen
  Benjamin Dunlap, 77
On the Editing of Collected Editions of Letters
  C. L. Cline, 93
George Meredith: An Unpublished Letter, 1893
  Joseph O. Baylen, 103

9:1 (Spring 1976) The Anti-Hero: His Emergence and Transformations

Editors’ Comment
   Lilian R. Furst and James D. Wilson, v
From Hero to Anti-Hero
  Rosette C. Lamont, 1
The Anti-Hero in Spain
  Elias L. Rivers, 23
The Anti-Hero in Eighteenth-Century Fiction
  Percy G. Adams, 29
The Romantic Hero, or is he an Anti-Hero?
  Lilian R. Furst, 53
Mock-Heroes and Mock-Heroic Narrative: Byron’s Don Juan in the Context of Cervantes
  Roger B. Salomon, 69
The Anti-Hero with a Thousand Faces: Saltykov-Shchedrin’s Porfiry Golovlev
  William Mills Todd, III, 87
The Anti-Heroes of Sartre and Camus: Some Problems of Definition
  Philip Thody, 107
A Stage for the Anti-Hero: Metaphysical Farce in the Modern Theatre
  Karl S. Guthke, 119
The Schlemiel: Jew and Non-Jew
  Melvin J. Friedman, 139
Philip Larkin, Anti-Heroic Poet
vC. B. Cox, 155

9:2 (Fall 1976) Tradition and Revolution in Colonial American Literature

Editor’s Comment
   James D. Wilson, v
John Adams and Hawthorne: The Fiction of the Real American Revolution
  Lewis P. Simpson, 1
Caveat Emptor!: Judge Sewall vs. Slavery
  William Bedford Clark, 19
Arthur Mervyn and the Sentimental Love Tradition
  Patricia Jewell McAlexander, 31
The Addisonian Essay in the American Revolution
  Bruce Granger, 43
The Imagination of Death in the Poetry of Philip Pain, Edward Taylor, and George Herbert
  Donald E. Stanford, 53
William Byrd of Westover as an Augustan Poet
  Carl Dolmetsch, 69
Elegy and Mock Elegy in Colonial Virginia
  Jack D. Wages, 79
Puritans, Patriots, and Panegyric: The Beginnings of American Biography
  Richard Hankins, 95

10:1 (Spring 1977) Studies in Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Drama

Editor’s Comment
   C. R. Kropf, v
Margery Pinchwife’s “London Disease”: Restoration Comedy and the Libertine Offensive of the 1670s
  Maximillian E. Novak, 1
The Myth of the Rake in “Restoration” Comedy
  Robert D. Hume, 25
Of “One Faith”: Authors and Auditors in the Restoration Theatre
  Aubrey Williams, 57
The Roman Play in the Eighteenth Century
  Calhoun Winton, 77
Aristophanes, Plautus, Terence, and the Refinement of English Comedy
  Eugene M. Waith, 91
Sir Harbottle Grimstone and The Country Wife
  Alan Roper, 109
The Impossible Form of Art: Dryden, Purcell, and King Arthur
  Michael W. Alssid, 125

10:2 (Fall 1977) Studies in Seventeenth-Century Prose

Editors’ Comment
   William A. Sessions and James S. Tillman, iii
Models and Methodologies in Renaissance Prose Stylistics
  Alvin Vos, 1
Not Being, But Passing: Defining the Early English Essay
  Ted-Larry Pebworth, 17
The Temple of Zerubbabel: A Pattern for Reformation in Thomas Fuller’s Pisgah-Sight and Church-History of Britain
  Florence Sandler, 29
Nova Solyma: Samuel Gott’s Puritan Utopia
  J. Max Patrick, 43
Bishop Joseph Hall and Protestant Meditation
  Frank Livingstone Huntley, 57
Urne Buriall: A Descent Into the Underworld
  Walter R. Davis, 73
The Satirist Satirized: Burton’s Democritus Jr.
  James S. Tillman, 89
The Satiric Wit of Milton’s Prose Controversies
  James Egan, 97
“A Most Just Vituperation”: Milton’s Christian Orator in Pro Se Defensio
  Marry Ann McGuire, 105
Naked or Otherwise: Marvell’s Account of The Growth of Popery and Arbitrary Government
  Annabel Patterson, 115

11:1 (Spring 1978) Studies in Renaissance English Poetry

Editor’s Comment
   Raymond V. Utterback, iii
The Petrarchan Tradition as a Dialetic of Limits
Richard Waswo, 1
Love’s Newfangleness: A Comparison of Greville and Wyatt
Ronald A. Rebholz, 17
Aesthetic and Mimetic Rhythms in the Versification of Gascoigne, Sidney, and Spenser
Susanne Woods, 31
Michael Drayton, Prophet Without Audience
  Paula Johnson, 45
Allegorical Pattern in Stephen Hawes’s The Pastime of Pleasure
  John N. King, 57
Sir Thomas Wyatt’s Satires and the Humanist Debate over Court Service
  Jerry Mermel, 69
Duality in Spenser’s Archaisms
  David A. Richardson, 81
Shakespeare’s Christian Sonnet, Number 146
  Robert Hillis Goldsmith, 99
The Serious Trifle: Aphorisms in Chapman’s Hero and Leander
  John Huntington, 107
Characterization and Rhetoric in Sidney’s “Ye Goatherd Gods”
  Gary L. Litt, 115

11:2 (Fall 1978) The Female Novelist in Twentieth-Century Britain

Editor’s Comment
  Jack I. Biles, v
The Always-Changing Impact of Virginia Woolf
  Angus Wilson, 1
Nature and Aristocracy in V. Sackville-West
  Carol Ames, 11
Ivy Compton-Burnett: An Embalmer’s Art
  Philippa Tristram, 27
Jean Rhys on Insult and Injury
  Frank Baldanza, 55
Sybille Bedford: Most Reticent, Most Modest, “O Most Best”
  Robert O. Evans, 67
From the Island: Elizabeth Taylor’s Novels
  Robin Grove, 79
“Malformed Treatise” and Prizewinner: Iris Murdoch’s The Black Prince
  Peter Wolfe, 97
Interview with Iris Murdoch
  Jack I. Biles, 115
Margaret Drabble and the Journey to the Self
  Joan Manheimer, 127

12:1 (Spring 1979) Critics at Work: Contemporary Literary Theory

Editor’s Comment
   Victor A. Kramer, v
Literature vs.: Constructions and Deconstructions in Recent Critical Theory
  Murray Krieger, 1
The Book of Deconstructive Criticism
  Vincent B. Leitch, 19
H. D.’s Scene of Writing—Poetry As (And) Analysis
  Joseph Riddel, 41
Transacting My “Good-Morrow” Or, Bring Back the Vanished Critic
  Norman N. Holland, 61
Negotiated Knowledge of Language and Literature
  David Bleich, 73
Learning to Read: Interpretation and Reader-Response Criticism
  Steven Mailloux, 93
The Semiotics of Culture and the Interpretation of Literature: Clifford Gertz and the Moral Imagination
  Giles Gunn, 109
Desire, Imagination, Change: Outline of a Critical Project
  Ihab Hassan, 129

12:2 (Fall 1979) George Sand: Some Appreciations of Her Roles as Artist, Feminist, and Political Symbol

Editors’ Comment
  Paul G. Blount and Lewis R. Link, v
George Sand and Mrs. Ellis
  Patricia Thomson, 1
Psychosexual Identity and the Erotic Imagination in the Early Novels of George Sand
  Nancy Rogers, 19
Maternity and Marriage: Sand’s Use of Fairy Tale and Myth
  Anabelle Rea, 37
On a Translation of George Sand’s Lélia
  Maria Espinosa, 49
The Representation of Economic Reality in George Sand’s Rural Novels
  Robert Godwin-Jones, 53
Jacques in Russia: A Program of Domestic Reform for Husbands
  Lesley Herrmann, 61
George Sand and Turgenev: A Literary Relationship
  Carole Karp, 73

13:1 (Spring 1980) The Male Novelist in Twentieth-Century Britain

Editor’s Comment
   Jack I. Biles, v
Opera in Conrad: “More Real than Anything in Life”
  Frank Baldanza, 1
Schopenhauer, Maori Symbolism, and Wells’s Brynhild
  William J. Scheick, 17
The Genre of The Good Soldier: Ford’s Comic Mastery
  Avron Fleishman, 31
Living as Ritual in Parade’s End
  Norman Page, 43
Forster’s Three Experiments in Autobiographical Biography
  Judith Scherer Herz, 51
Point Counter Point and the Uncongenital Novelist
  John Atkins, 69
Two Views of Life: William Golding and Graham Greene
  John Atkins, 81
“The Burning Bird”: Golding’s Poems and the Novels
  Cecil Davies, 97
“No Idle Rentier”: Angus Wilson and the Nourished Literary Imagination
  Margaret Drabble, 119

13:2 (Fall 1980) Conrad Aiken

Editors’ Comment
  Arthur Waterman and Ted R. Spivey, iv
   Arthur Waterman, 1
Epistemology and Musical Form in Conrad Aiken’s Poetry
  Helen Hagenbuechle, 7
Conrad Aiken’s Use of Autobiography
  Joseph Killorin, 27
The Unconquerable Ancestors: “Mayflower,” “The Kid,” “Hallowe’en”
  Harry Marten, 51
Conrad Aiken’s Ancestral Voices: A Reading of Four Poems
  E. P. Bollier, 63
Conrad Aiken’s Heroes: Portrait of the Artist as Middle-Aged Failure
  Mary Martin Rountree, 77
Conrad Aiken and Herman Melville
  Douglas Robillard, 87
Conrad Aiken’s Fusion of Freud and Jung
  Ted R. Spivey, 99
The Critics and Conrad Aiken
  Catherine K. Harris, 113
The Conrad Potter Aiken Collection at The Henry E. Huntington Library
  David Mike Hamilton, 137

14:1 (Spring 1981) W. B. Yeats: The Occult and Philosophical Backgrounds

Editor’s Comment
  Ted R. Spivey, v
“Unbelievers in the House”: Yeats’s Automatic Script
  George Mills Harper, 1
Life As Art: Yeats and the Alchemical Quest
  James Lovic Allen, 17
Sex and the Dead: Daimones of Yeats and Jung
  James Olney, 43
Between Circle and Straight Line: A Pragmatic View of W. B. Yeats and the Occult
  Weldon Thornton, 61
“But Now I Add Another Thought”: Yeats’s Daimonic Tradition
  Herbert J. Levine, 77
The Symbolism of the Early Years: Occult and Religious Backgrounds
  D. S. Lenoski, 85
The “Rough Beast” and Historical Necessity: A New Consideration of Yeats’s “The Second Coming”
  Russell E. Murphy, 101
Yeats’s Image of Culture
  Daniel Melnick, 111
W. B. Yeats and the “Children of Fire”: Science, Poetry, and Visions of the New Age
  Ted R. Spivey, 123

14:2 (Fall 1981) The Inklings

Editor’s Comment
  Raymond Carter Sutherland, 1
An Affectionate and Muted Exchange Anent Lewis
  Alan Jones and Edmund Fuller, 3
C. S. Lewis: Combative in Defense
  Norman Pittenger, 13
Godly Influences: The Theology of J. R. R. Tolkien and C. S. Lewis
  Walter F. Hartt, 21
All Tales Need Not Come True
  Randel Helms, 31
Barfield’s Poetic Diction and Splintered Light
  Verlyn Flieger, 47
Ransom in C. S. Lewis’s Perelandra as Hero in Transformation: Notes Toward a Jungian Reading of the Novel
  Corbin Scott Carnell, 67
Shadows of Ecstasy
  Thomas Howard, 73
The Structures of Charles Williams’s Arthurian Poetry
  Charles Moorman, 95
A Note on the Wade Collection
  Clyde S. Kilby, 117

15:1 (Spring 1982) New Readings of Sidney: Experiment and Tradition

Editor’s Comment
  William A. Sessions, 1
“Under … Pretty Tales”: Intention in Sidney’s Arcadia
  Annabel M. Patterson, 5
Acts of Reading: The Production of Meaning in Astrophil and Stella
  Gary F. Waller, 23
What Price Energeia: Personification in the Poetry of Sidney and Greville
  Jane Hedley, 49
“The Poets Only Deliver”: Sidney’s Conception of Mimesis
  John C. Ulreich, Jr., 67
The Meaning of Delight in Sidney’s Defence of Poesy
  James A. Devereux, S.J., 85
More Dais Than Dock: Greek Rhetoric and Sidney’s Encomium on Poetry
  Robert Coogan, 99
Dissociation of Sensibility and the Apology For Poetry in the Twentieth Century
  Gerald Snare, 115

15:2 (Fall 1982) Daniel Defoe: The Making of His Prose Fiction

Editor’s Comment
   Malinda Snow, 1
Defoe’s Prodigal Sons
  Paula R. Backscheider, 3
The Family, Sex, and Marriage in Defoe’s Moll Flanders and Roxana
  John Richetti, 19
The Retirement Myth in Robinson Crusoe
  Robert A. Erickson, 51
Starting Over With Robinson Crusoe: A Reconsideration
  David Blewett, 37
Defoe, The Language of Politics, and the Past
  Manuel Schonhorn, 75
The Unmentionable and the Ineffable in Defoe’s Fiction
  Maximillian E. Novak, 85
Speaking Within Compass: The Ground Covered in Two Works by Defoe
  Pat Rogers, 103

16:1, Spring 1983, Narrative in Film

Editor’s Comment
  R. Barton Palmer, 1
Hitchcock and Buñuel: Desire and the Law
  Robert Stam, 7
Straw Dogs: Sam Peckinpah and the Classical Western Narrative
  Rory Palmieri, 29
Aristotle in Twilight: American Film Narrative in the 1980s
  Stanley J. Solomon, 43
Narrative Time in Sergio Leone’s Once Upon A Time in America
  Stuart M. Kaminsky, 59
An Analysis of the Structure of The Godfather, Part One
  William Simon, 75
Unity and Difference in Paisan
  Peter Brunette, 91
Mythos and Mimesis in Theory of Film: Kracauer’s Realism Re-Examined
  R. Barton Palmer, 113

16:2, Fall 1983, American Realism: The Problem of Form

Editor’s Comment
  James D. Wilson, 1
Artists, Models, Real Things, and Recognizable Types
  Martha Banta, 7
Architecture in the City, Architecture in the Novel: William Dean Howells’s A Hazard of New Fortunes
  Mario Maffi, 35
Howellsian Realism: A Psychological Juggle
  John W. Crowley, 45
Wandering Between Two Gods: Theological Realism in Mark Twain’s A Connecticut Yankee
  Stanley Brodwin, 57
Going in Circles: The Female Geography of Jewett’s Country of the Pointed Firs
  Elizabeth Ammons, 83
Frank Norris, Style, and the Problem of American Naturalism
  Michael Davitt Bell, 93
Jack London: The Problem of Form
  Donald Pizer, 107

17:1, Spring 1984, Reader Entrapment in Eighteenth-Century Literature

Editor’s Comment
  C. R. Kropf, 1
The Perils of Discontinuous Form: A Description of the Morning and Some if its Readers
  A. B. England, 3
Voyeurism in Swift’s Poetry
  Louise K. Barnett, 17
Lures, Limetwigs, and the Swiftian Swindle
  John R. Clark, 27
The Danger of Reading Swift: The Double Binds of Gulliver’s Travels
  Frederik N. Smith, 35
Ideology and Dramatic Form: The Case of Wycherley
  James Thompson, 49
The Smiler with the Knife: Covert Aggression in Some Restoration Epilogues
  Anthony Kaufman, 63
Confinement and Entrapment in Henry Fielding’s Journal of a Voyage to Lisbon
  Melinda A. Rabb, 75

17:2, Fall 1984, Philosophical Dimensions of Saul Bellow’s Fiction

Editor’s Comment
  Eugene Hollahan, 1
Bellow and English Romanticism
  Allan Chavkin, 7
Is the Going UP Worth the Coming Down? Transcendental Dualism in Bellow’s Fiction
  M. Gilbert Porter, 19
Saul Bellow and The Veil of Maya
  Stanley Trachtenberg, 39
Bellow and Freud
vDaniel Fuchs, 59
Saul Bellow and the Philosophy of Judaism
  L. H. Goldman, 81
Beyond all Philosophies: They Dynamic Vision of Saul Bellow
  Eusebio L. Rodrigues, 97
Bellow and Nihilism: The Dean’s December
  Judie Newman, 111

18:1, Spring 1985, Interconnections Between Religious and Literary Visions

Editor’s Comment
  Victor A. Kramer, 1
Literature and Religion: A Revelatory Critical Confluence
  George A. Panichas, 3
Literary Relations Among the Gospels: Harmony or Conflict?
  Herbert N. Schneidau, 17
The Spiritual Significance of the French Symbolists in the Aesthetics of Jacques Maritain
  Stephen Gurney, 33
Theodore Roethke as Meditative Poet: An Analysis of “Meditations of an Old Woman”
  Ann T. Foster, 49
“Loitering with Intent”: Muriel Spark’s Parabolic Technique
  Joan Leonard, 65
Hagiography and Imagination
  Lawrence Cunningham, 79
A(fter) D(econstruction): The Relations of Literature and Religion in the Wake of Deconstruction
  Douglas Atkins, 89
   Robert G. Collmer, 101

18:2, Fall 1985, Narrative Theory and Children’s Literature

Editor’s Comment
  Hugh T. Keenan, 1
Interpretation and the Apparent Sameness of Children’s Novels
  Perry Nodelman, 5
Repetition and Meaning in Stevenson’s David Balfour Novels
  Susan R. Gannon, 21
“Secrets” and “Sequence” in Children’s Stories
  Roderick McGillis, 35
Paradise Lost? The Displacement of Myth in Children’s Novels
  Virginia L. Wolf, 47
Permutations of Frame in Mary Norton’s “Borrowers” Series
  Lois R. Kuznets, 65
Narrative Expectations and Textual Misreadings: Jamake Highwater’s Anpao Analyzed and Reanalyzed
  Jon C. Scott, 93
Necessary Misreadings: Directions in Narrative Theory for Children’s Literature
  Peter Hunt, 107

19:1, Spring 1986, Contemporary Methods of Film Scholarship

Editor’s Comment
  R. Barton Palmer, 1
Feminist Film Criticism: Current Issues and Problems
  E. Ann Kaplan, 7
Hermeneutics and Cinema: The Issue of History
  Dudley Andrew, 21
Expressive Coherence and the “Acted Image”
  James Naremore, 39
Toward A Deconstructive Theory of Film
  Peter Brunette, 55
Notes on Movie Music
  Noël Carroll, 73
Ideological and Marxist Criticism: Towards a Metahermeneutics
  Bill Nichols, 83
Film and Language: From Metz to Bakhtin
  Robert Stam, 109

19:2, Fall 1986, Coleridge’s Theory of the Imagination as Critical Method Today

Editor’s Comment
  Christine Gallant, 1
The Romantic Ideal of Unity
  Brian Wilkie, 5
Theological Implications of Coleridge’s Theory of Imagination
  J. Robert Barth, S.J., 23
Imagination and its Cognates: Supplementary Considerations
  Thomas McFarland, 35
Coleridge’s Originality as a Critic of Shakespeare
  John Beer, 51
Ozymandias and the Reconciliation of Opposites
  Norman Fruman, 71

20:1, Spring 1987, Chaucer’s French Contemporaries: The Poetry/Poetics of the Self and Tradition

Editor’s Comment
   R. Barton Palmer, 1
Machaut’s Legacy: The Chaucerian Inheritance Reconsidered
  William Calin, 9
The Metafictional Machaut: Self Reflexivity and Self-Mediation in the Two Judgment Poems
  R. Barton Palmer, 23
Machaut’s Text and the Question of his Personal Supervision
  James Wimsatt and William Kibler, 41
Machaut and the Octosyllabe
  Steven R. Guthrie, 55
The Genius of the Patron: The Prince, The Poet, and Fourteenth-Century Invention
  Douglas Kelly, 77
Tradition, Dream Literature, and Poetic Craft in Le Paradis D’Amour of Jean Froissart
  Peter F. Dembowski, 99

20:2, Fall 1987, Flannery O’Connor and the South

Editor’s Comment
  Ted R. Spivey, 1
Flannery O’Connor’s View of the South: God’s Earth and His Universe
  Thomas Daniel Young, 5
Flannery O’Connor’s “Intellectual Vaudeville”: Masks of Mother and Daughter
  Loxley F. Nichols, 15
Flannery O’Connor at Home in Milledgeville
  Mary Barbara Tate, 31
Tarwater’s Hats
  Steven Olson, 37
Flannery O’Connor Among Creative Readers Abroad: A Late Encounter with the Georgia Writer
  Waldemar Zacharasiewicz, 51
Flannery O’Connor and Onnie Jay Holy and the Trouble with you Innerleckchuls
  Marion Montgomery, 67
Family as Affliction, Family as Promise in The Violent Bear It Away
  Carol Y. Wilson, 77
Flannery O’Connor, James Joyce, and the City
  Ted R. Spivey, 87
Naming in the Neighborhood of Being: O’Connor and Percy on Language
  Emily Archer, 97
Flannery O’Connor, Simone Weil, and the Virtue of Necessity
  Lee Sturma, 109
Time and the Demonic in William Faulkner and Flannery O’Connor
  Joseph K. Davis, 123

21:1, Spring 1988, Centenary Revaluation of Gerard Manley Hopkins

Editor’s Comment
  Eugene Hollahan, 1
Robert Bridges and the First Edition of Hopkins’s Poems
  C. L. Phillips, 7
Hopkins’s Intellectual Framework: Newman, Pater, and the Epistemological Circle Terence
  Allan Hoagwood, 23
Hopkins and Science
  Norman H. MacKenzie, 41
Hopkins’s Evangelical Imagination
  David Anthony Downes, 57
Hopkins as a Mannerist
  Graham Storey, 77 G
erard Manley Hopkins and the Evolution of Consciousness
  Howard W. Fulweiler, 91
Hopkins: Problems in the Biography
  Norman White, 109

21:2, Fall 1988, Public Issues, Private Tensions: Contemporary American Drama

Editor’s Comment
  Matthew C. Roudané, 1
Hysteria, Crabs, Gospel, and Random Access: Ring Around the Audience
  Herbert Blau, 7
“Dead! And Never Called Me Mother!”: The Missing Dimension in American Drama
  Martin Esslin, 23
Of Course, It’s Only My Private Opinion
  Gerald Weales, 35
Judy Grahn’s Gynopoetics: The Queen of Swords
  Sue-Ellen Case, 47
Sam Shepard’s Pornographic Visions
  Lynda Hart, 69
The Three Halves of Tennessee Williams’s World
  Jordan Y. Miller, 83
Arthur Miller: Public Issues, Private Tensions
  Robert A. Martin, 97
Public Faces, Private Graces: Apocalypse Postponed in Arthur Kopit’s End of the World
  Thomas P. Adler, 107
The Comic Vision of Lanford Wilson
  Martin J. Jacobi, 119

22:1, Spring 1989, The Literary Uses of the Rhetoric of Science

Editor’s Comment
  John Hannay, 1
Love and Science: Cultural Change in Donne’s Songs and Sonnets
  Anthony Low, 5
Milton and the Hermeneutics of Time: Seventeenth-Century Chronologies and The Science of History
  Kenneth J. Knoespel, 17
Blake on Charters, Weights, and Measures as Forms of Social Control
  Stuart Peterfreund, 37
Mechanomorphism in Hard Times
  Gorman Beauchamp, 61
Functions of Science in French Fiction
  Arthur B. Evans, 79
Bandwidth as Metaphor for Consciousness in Pynchon’s Gravity’s Rainbow
  Lance Schachterle, 101
Afterword: Some Contexts for Literature and Science
  Mark L. Greenberg, 119

22:2, Fall 1989, C. S. Lewis: A Critic Recriticized

Editor’s Comment
  Dabney A. Hart, 125
The Satiric Imagination of C. S. Lewis
  Peter J. Schakel, 129
Coleridge and “The Great Divide” Between C. S. Lewis and Owen Barfield
  Francis J. Morris and Ronald C. Wendling, 149
C. S. Lewis, Love Poet
  Joe R. Christopher, 161
The Distant Voice in C. S. Lewis’s Poems
  Don W. King, 175
Humanistic Psychology in C. S. Lewis’s Till We Have Faces: A Feministic Critique
  Sally A. Bartlett, 185
Olympian Detachment: A Critical Look at the World of C. S. Lewis’s Characters
  David C. Campbell and Dale E. Hess, 199
The Magician’s Book: That’s Not Your Story
  Donald E. Glover, 217

23:1, Spring 1990, Bakhtin and the Languages of the Novel: Evaluations, Reconsiderations

Editor’s Comment
   R Barton Palmer, 1
Dialogism and Poetry
  David H. Richter, 9
The Monologic Imagination: M. M. Bakhtin and The Nature of Assertion
  Lennard J. Davis, 29
“Discourse in Life”: Answerability in Language and in the Novel
  Michael Bernard-Donals, 45
Heteroglossia and Civil Society: Bakhtin’s Public Square and the Politics of Modernity
  Ken Hirschkop, 65
Character Worlds in Pale Fire
  Robert Rawdon Wilson, 77
Languages and Power in the Novel: Mapping the Monologic
  R. Barton Palmer, 99

23:2, Fall 1990, “The Vexingly Unverifiable”: Truth in Autobiography

Editor’s Comment
  Paul H. Schmidt, v
The Referential Aesthetic of Autobiography
  Paul John Eakin, 129
Construing Truths in Lying Mouths: Truthtelling in Women’s Autobiography
  Sidonie Smith, 145
Female Autobiographer, Narrative Duplicity
  Linda H. Peterson, 165
The Mirror in The Mill on The Floss: Toward A Reading of Autobiography as Discourse
  Janice Carlisle, 177
History, His Story, and Stories in Graham Swift’s Waterland
  George P. Landow, 197
American Fragments
   Avron Fleishman, 213
John Stuart Mill’s True Autobiography
  Jerome Hamilton Buckley, 223
The Rest of the Apologia: Newman in the Context of the Baroque
  Margery S. Durham, 233

24:1, Spring 1991, The Other Lawrence Durrell

Editor’s Comment: A Great Mine of Forms
  Eugene Hollahan, 1
Closing the “Toybox”: Orientalism and Empire in The Alexandria Quartet
  Roger Bowen, 9
The Road Not Taken: Durrell’s Unpublished Novel “The Village of the Turtle-Doves”
  Shelley Cox, 19
Discourse of Desire and Subversion of the Female Subject in Durrell’s Poetic Drama Sappho
  Khani Begum, 29
The Hazards of Intellectual Burglary in Durrell’s The Revolt of Aphrodite
  Peter G. Christensen, 41
Durrell’s Mediterranean Paradise
  Edward A. Hungerford, 57
“The Blue of Greece”: Durrell’s Images of an Adopted Land
  Anna Lillios, 71
Corfu: The Early Years (A Chapter of an Authorized Biography)
  Ian S. MacNiven, 83
Entropy in Durrell’s Avignon Quintet: Theme and Structure in Sebastian and Quinx
  Ann Gibaldi, 101
Durrell’s Sebastian: The Novel of Transferences
  Julius Rowan Raper, 109
The Avignon Quintet: Durrell Meets Pursewarde
  Michael Begnal, 119

24:2, Fall 1991, Performance Theory

Editor’s Comment
  Matthew C. Roudané, 1
“disorder of the lights perhaps an illusion”
  Stephen Barker, 7
Reforming Content: Meaning in Postmodern Performance
  Anthony Kubiak, 29
The Status of Stage Directions
  Marvin Carlson, 37
Creating a Feminist Theatre Environment: The Feminist Theory Play
  Gayle Austin, 49
“By coming suddenly into a room that I thought was empty”: Mapping The Closet With Tennessee Williams
  David Savran, 57
Of Sciences and the Arts: From Influence to Interplay Between Natural Philosophy and Drama   
  William W. Demastes, 75
Hamlet: Equity, Intention, Performance
  Luke Wilson, 91

25:1 Spring 1992, After Genette: Current Directions in Narrative Analysis and Theory

Editors’ Comment
  Carl R. Kropf, R. Barton Palmer, 1
Desert Languages
  Gérard Genette (translated by Thaïs E. Morgan), 5
From Fictional to Factual Narrative: Contemporary Critical Heteroglossia, Gabriel García Márquez’s Journalism, and Bigeneric Writing
  Robert L. Sims, 21
His Master’s Voice
  Marc Blanchard, 61
Stories Within Stories: Narrative Levels and Embedded Narrative
  William Nelles, 79
Metadiegetic Narrative in the Heptaméron
  Mary J. Baker, 97
Reading Modern Drama: Voice in the Didascaliae
  Mary Ann Frese Witt, 103

25:2, Fall 1992 Defining Modernism

Editor’s Comment
  Randy Malamud, 1
Design in Motion: Words, Music, and the Search for Coherence in the Works of Virginia Woolf and Arnold Schoenberg
  Robin Gail Schulze, 5
“Why James Joyce Was Accepted and I Was Not”: Modernist Fiction and Gertrude Stein’s Narrative
  Marianne DeKoven, 23
Reading Anna Backwards: Gertrude Stein Writing Modernism Out of the Nineteenth Century
  Georgia Johnston, 31
Modernism and Tradition: The Legacies of Belatedness
  Christopher Ames, 39
Defining Modernism: A Religious and Literary Correlation
  Lawrence Gamache, 63
Shifts and Divides: The Modernist-Postmodernist Scale in Literature
  David Galef, 83

26:1, Spring 1993, English Renaissance Drama and Audience Response

Editor’s Comment: Morgann, Greenblatt, and Audience Response
  James Hirsh, 1
The General and the Caviar: Learned Audiences in the Early Theatre
  Andrew Gurr, 7
The Humanism of Acting: John Heywood’s The Foure PP
  Kent Cartwright, 21
Engendering the Tragic Audience: The Case of Richard III
  Phyllis Rackin, 47
The Taming of the Shrew: Women, Acting, and Power
  Juliet Dusinberre, 67
“Prophetic Fury”: Othello and the Economy of Shakespearean Reception
  Joel B. Altman, 85
Disrupting Tribal Difference: Critical and Artistic Responses to Shakespeare’s Radical Romanticism
  Harriett Hawkins, 115

26:2, Fall 1993, Decolonising Caribbean Literature

Editor’s Comment: Centering the Caribbean Literary Imagination
  Carol P. Marsh-Lockett, 1
Helen of the “West Indies”: History or Poetry of a Caribbean Realm
  Charlotte S. McClure, 7
Matriarchs, Doves, and Nymphos: Prevalent Images of Black, Indian, and White Women in Caribbean Literature
  Daryl Cumber Dance, 21
V. S. Naipaul’s Dystopic Vision in Guerrillas
  Jacqueline Brice-Finch, 33
Their Pens, Their Swords: New Jamaican Women Poets and Political Statement in Nation Language
  Thelma B. Thompson, 45
Caliban’s Voice: Marlene Nourbese Philip’s Response to Western Hegemonic Discourse
  H. Nigel Thomas, 63
Towards a Caribbean Mythology: The Function of Africa in Paule Marshall’s The Chosen Place, The Timeless People
  Melvin Rahming, 77
Legacies of Communities and History in Paule Marshall’s Daughters
  Joyce Pettis, 89
The Revisionary Interior Image: A Caribbean Author Explores His Work
  Anthony Kellman, 101

27:1, Spring 1994, Reinventing Americans Reinventing Americans: Discourse in Early America

Editor’s Comment: Reusable Pasts: Revisioning in Early American Literature
  Reiner Smolinski, 1
After Coming Over: John Cotton, Peter Bulkeley, and Learned Discourse in the Wilderness
  Sargent Bush, Jr., 7
Theocracy in Massachusetts: The Puritan Universe of Sacred Imagination
  Avihu Zakai, 23
The Indian Captivity Narratives of Mary Rowlandson and Olive Oatman: Continuity, Evolution, and Exploitation of a Literary Discourse
  Kathryn Zabel Derounian-Stodola, 33
Reinventing Native Americans in Fourth of July Orations
  Klaus Lubbers, 47
The Other Song in Phillis Wheatley’s “On Imagination”
  Michele McKay and William J. Scheick, 71
Utopic Distresses: Crèvecoeur’s Letters and Revolution
  Joseph Fichtelberg, 85
“What poems are many private lives”: Emerson Writing the American Plutarch
  Ronald Bosco, 103

27:2, Fall 1994, Cultural Conflict in Contemporary Southern Fiction

Editor’s Comment: Patterns of Adaptation: Place and Placelessness in Contemporary Southern Fiction
  Victor A. Kramer, 1
On Devotion to the “Communal Order”: Wendell Berry’s Record of Fidelity, Interdependence, and Love
  Stephen Whited, 9
Redeeming Blackness: Urban Allegories of O’Connor, Percy, and Toole
  Lucinda H. MacKethan, 29
Rural Identity in the Southern Gothic Novels of Mark Steadman
  Molly Boyd, 41
Character Before the Bar: John Ehle’s The Widow’s Trial
  Terry Roberts, 55
Let us Now Praise the Other: Women in Lee Smith’s Short Fiction
  William M. Teem, IV, 63
The Violent Bear It as Best They Can: Social Conflict in the Novels of Harry Crews
  Robert C. Covel, 75
“Go With What Is Most Terrifying”: Re-Inventing Domestic Space in Josephine Humphreys’s Dreams of Sleep
  Elinor Ann Walker, 87
Suburban Culture, Imaginative Wonder: The Fiction of Frederick Barthelme
  Robert H. Brinkmeyer, Jr., 105

28:1, Spring 1995, Refiguring Richardson’s Clarissa

Editor’s Comment: Richardson Discovers the Modern Imagination
  Murray L. Brown, 1
The Grand Misleader: Self-Love and Self-Division in Clarissa
  Patricia Meyer Spacks, 7
Lovelace Goes Shopping at Smith’s: Power, Play, and Class Privilege in Clarissa
  John Richetti, 23
Wit, Satire, and Comedy: Clarissa and the Problem of Literary Precedent
  Alexander Pettit, 35
Clarissa, Jacobitism, and the “Spirit of the University”
  John Dussinger, 55
Clarissa and the New Woman: Contexts for Richardson Scholarship
  Janet E. Aikins, 67
Speaking in Hunger: Conditional Consumption as Discourse in Clarissa
  Donnalee Frega, 87
Clarissa: A Religious Novel?
  Florian Stuber, 105
Clarissa, Coleridge, Kant, Klopstock: Emotionalism as Pietistic Intertext in Anglo-German Romanticism
  David C. Hensley, 125

28:2, Fall 1995, Reconfiguring the Relation Rhetoric/Hermeneutics

Editor’s Comment: Of Thieves and Liars: Or Why Hermeneutics Is Rhetoric Carried out by Other Means     
  George Pullman, 1
Economy in the Hermeneutics of Late Antiquity     
  Kathy Eden, 13
Homiletics and Hermeneutics: The Rhetorical Spaces in between
  C. Jan Swearingen, 27
Persuasions Good and Bad: Bunyan, Iser, and Fish on Rhetoric and Hermeneutics in Literature
  Steven Mailloux, 43
Listening to Cassandra: A Materialist-Feminist Exposé of the Necessary Relations between Rhetoric and Hermeneutics     
  Krista Ratcliffe, 63
Neither Trust Nor Suspicion: Kenneth Burke’s Rhetoric and Hermeneutics
  Timothy Crusius, 79
Ethnocentrism in Social-Construction Interpretation: A Davidsonian Critique
  Thomas Kent, 91
Rigorous Mortis: Allegory and the End of Hermeneutics
  Michael J. MacDonald, 107

29:1, Spring 1996, Nineteenth-Century Realism: Theory and Practice

Editor’s Comment: A New Realism for a New Era
  William B. Thesing, 1
Cashing in on the Real: Money and the Failure of Mimesis in Defoe and Trollope
  Patrick Brantlinger, 9
George Eliot’s Material History: Clothing and Realist Narrative
  Natalie M. Houston, 23
G. W. M. Reynolds’s “The Rattlesnake’s History”: Social Reform Through Sensationalized Realism
  Janet L. Grose, 35
The Anti-Canonical Realism of Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s “Lord Walter’s Wife”
  Mary S. Pollock, 43
Writing Modern Pictures: Illustrating the Real Ruskin and Dickens
  Laurie Kane Lew, 55
Real Men: Construction of Masculinity in the Sherlock Holmes Narratives
  Joseph A. Kestner, 73
Ideology of Naturalism and Representation of Class in Arthur Morrison’s A Child of the Jago
  John Greenfield, 89
The Aesthetic Realism of Oscar Wilde’s Dorian Gray
  Shelton Waldrep, 103

29:2, Fall 1996, Editing the Literary Imagination

Editor’s Comment
  Tom Quirk, 1
Willa Cather Editing Willa Cather
  Susan Rosowski, 9
Mark Twain and Collaborative Autobiography
  Michael J. Kiskis, 27
Ghost and Host in the Little House Books
  William Holtz, 41
The Telephone Directory and Dr. Seuss: Scholarly Editing after Feist Versus Rural Telephone
  David Greetham, 53
Editions Half Perceived, Half Created
  Peter L. Shillingsburg, 75
Politics, Imagination, and the Fluid Text
  John Bryant, 89

30:1, Spring 1997, Materialism and Textuality

Editor’s Comment: More than the Song: Books as Media of Meaning
  Terence Allan Hoagwood, 1
Poets and Anthologists: A Look at the Current Poet-Packaging Process
  Reed Whittemore, 9
The Wild Wreath: Cultivating a Poetic Circle for Mary Robinson
  Debbie Lee, 23
“White Vellum and Gilt Edges”: Imaging the Keepsake
  Kathryn Ledbetter, 35
The Primitive Keynesianism of Dickens’s A Christmas Carol
  Lee Erickson , 51
Book Decoration and Poetic Text: Charles Ricketts’s Designs for Wilde’s Poems (1892)
  Nick Frankel, 67
Keynotes: A New Woman, Her Publisher, and Her Material
  Margaret D. Stetz, 89
Dusty Corners of the Mind: Jimmy Carter’s Poetry
  E. Stanly Godbold, Jr., 107
Revisionist Reading: An Account of the Practice
  Marjorie Levinson, 119

30:2, Fall 1997, The Schoolroom in Modern Irish Literature and Culture

  Rand Brandes, 1
Further Language
  Seamus Heaney, 7
Stephen Dedalus among School Children: The Schoolroom and the Riddle of Authority in Ulysses
  John Rickard, 17
A Dialogue with Medbh McGuckian, Winter 1996–1997
  Rand Brandes and Medbh McGuckian, 39
Mastering the Colonizer’s Tongue: Yeats, Joyce, and their Successors in the Irish Schoolroom
  Richard Bizot, 65
Desire in the Classroom: The Lessons of Parnell
  Christopher Connell, 77
Those Who Can, Write, and Those Who Can Write, Teach
  Joan Newmann, 95
The Authoritative Image: “Among School Children” and Italian Education Reform
  Margaret Mills Harper, 105
English in an Irish Frame
  Declan Kiberd, 119

31:1, Spring 1998, Cultural Studies and the Pedagogical Imagination

  Robert Newman, 1
Knowledge, Pedagogy, and the Conservative Alliance
  Michael Apple, 5
How to Teach Cultural Studies
  Robert B. Ray, 25
Notes toward a New Formalist Criticism: Reading Literature as a Democratic Exercise
  Amittai F. Aviram, 37
What Was Cultural Studies?
  J. E. Elliott, 59
Beyond the Cave Myth: Re-Mythologizing Democratic Literacy
  Dennis Carlson, 87
Privileged and Getting away with It: The Cultural Studies of White, Middle-Class Youth
  Shirley Steinberg & Joe Kinchloe, 103
Dead Poets Society: Deconstructing Surveillance Pedagogy
  Peter McLaren & Zeus Leonardo, 127
Confusion in “A Dream Deferred”: Context and Culture in Teaching A Raisin in the Sun
  Catherine Gunther Kodat, 149
Misreading the Kiss: Teaching Manuel Puig’s Kiss of the Spider Woman
  Vicky Newman, 165
“To Shine Like Fire That Mirrors Nothing”: The Loneliness of the Liberal Arts
  Madeleine R. Grumet, 181

31:2, FALL 1998, Toni Morrison and the American South

  Carolyn Denard, i
Blacks, Modernism, and the American South: An Interview with Toni Morrison
  Carolyn Denard, 1
The Bottom of Heaven: Myth, Metaphor, and Memory in Toni Morrison’s Reconstructed South
  Deborah Barnes, 17
Southern Landscape as Psychic Landscape in Morrison’s Fiction
  Carolyn Jones, 37
History, Gender, and the South in Morrison’s Jazz
  Angelyn Mitchell, 49
The Politics of Space: Southernness and Manhood in the Fictions of Toni Morrison
  Herman Beavers, 61
Southern Ethos/Black Ethics in Morrison’s Fiction
  Lucille Fultz, 79
Toni Morrison and the Southern Oral Tradition
  Yvonne Atkinson and Philip Page, 97
Initiation, South, and Home in Morrison’s Song of Solomon
  Catherine Carr Lee, 109
Jazz—On the Site of Memory
  Judylyn S. Ryan and Estella Conwill Majozo, 125

32:1, Spring 1999, Toward a Poetics of the Archive

Editors’ Comment
  Paul J. Voss and Marta L. Werner, i
“Who’s In, Who’s Out”: The Cultural Poetics of Archival Exclusion
  David Greetham, 1
How to Read a Page: Modernism and Material Textuality     
  George Bornstein, 29
Problems and Paratexts in Eighteenth-Century Collections of Swift     
  Stephen Karian, 60
Cultural Studies, Materialist Bibliography and the New England Archive     
  Matthew Brown, 81
“Discovery, Not Salvage”: Marianne Moore’s Curatorial Methods     
  Catherine Paul, 91
Archival Poetics and the Politics of Literature: Essex and Hayward Revisited     
  Cyndia Susan Clegg, 115
Because the Plunge From the Front Overturned Us: The Dickinson Electronic Archives Project     
  Martha Nell Smith, 133
Weeping in the Upper World: The Orphic Frame in 5.3 of The Winter’s Tale and the Archive of Poetry     
  Scott Crider, 153
Ezra Pound’s Cantos: “A Memorial to Archivists and Librarians”
  Michael O’Driscoll, 173
imagic: a long discourse
  Randall McLeod, 190

32:2, Fall 1999, English Drama, 1650-1760: A Critical Miscellany

Editor’s Comment: Arbitrariness and English Drama, 1650-1760
  Margo Collins, i
The Glory that WAS Rome—and Grenada, and Rhodes, and Tenochtitlan: Pleasurable Conquests, Supernatural Liaisons, and Apparitional Drama in Interregnum Entertainments
  Kevin L. Cope, 1
Divided Nation, Divided Self: The Language of Capitalism and Madness in Otway’s Venice Preserv’d
  Debra Leissner, 19
Mary Pix’s Ibrahim: The Woman Writer as Commercial Playwright
  Jean I. Marsden, 33
“Luck Be a Lady Tonight,” or At Least Make Me a Gentleman: Economic Anxiety in Centlivre’s The Gamester
  LuAnn Venden Herrell, 45
Juba’s Roman Soul: Addison’s Cato and Enlightenment Cosmopolitanism
  Laura J. Rosenthal, 63
George Lillo and the Victims of Economic Theory
  Polly Stevens Fields, 77
The Censorship of Samuel Foote’s The Minor (1760): Stage Controversy in the Mid-Eighteenth Century
  Matthew J. Kinservik, 89
Theatrical Fielding
  Thomas Lockwood, 105
Editor’s Response: Promises and Perils of the Anticanon
  Alexander Pettit, 115

33:1, Spring 2000, Borders and Identities in the Mexican Novel

Introduction: The Mexican Novel at the End of the Twentieth Century
  Manuel F. Medina, i
The Novels of Jorge Volpi and the Possibility of Knowledge
  Danny J. Anderson, 1
Hypertext Sainz
  Debra A. Castillo, 21
Mad Love: The Problematization of Gendered Identity and Desire in Recent Mexican Women’s Novels
  Cynthia Duncan, 37
Utopia, Heterotopia, and Memory in Carmen Boullosa’s Cielos de la tierra
  Javier Durán, 51
Writing on the Body’s Frontiers
  Alberto Ruy Sánchez, 65
Reading and Revolution in the Novels of Ignacio Solares
  Douglas J. Weatherford, 73
Imagining a Space in Between: Writing the Gap Between Jewish and Mexican Identities in Rosa Nissán’s Narrative
  Manuel F. Medina, 93
Mexico City as Urban Palimpsest in Salvador Novo’s Nueva grandeza mexicana
  Roxanne Dávila, 107
La Pedo Embotellado: Sexual Roles and Play in Salvador Novo’s La estatua de sal
  Robert McKee Irwin, 125

33:2, Fall 2000, Translation, Imitation, and Eighteenth-Century Imagination

  Tanya Caldwell, i
Translation and the Canonical Text
  Trevor Ross, 1
Postcolonial Mock-Epic: Abrogation and Appropriation
  Jacob Fuchs, 23
Translating Difference: The Example of Dryden’s “Last Parting of Hector and Andromache”
  Greg Clingham, 45
Formal Verse Imitation and the Rhetorical Principles of Imitation in the Neo-Latin Poetry of Samuel Johnson
  David F. Venturo, 71
Homer Revisited: Anne Le Fèvre Dacier’s Preface of Her Prose Translation of the Iliad in Early Eighteenth-Century France
  Fabienne Moore, 87
Timothy Dwight’s Anglo-American Georgic: Greenfield Hill and the Rise of United States Imperialism
  Larry Kutchen, 109

34:1, Spring 2001, Eighteenth-Century England

   John Dussinger, i
I. Authorship and Appropriation
Imitation and Plagiarism: The Lauder Affair and Its Critical Aftermath
  Bertrand A. Goldgar, 1
“[A] Play, which I presume to call original”: Appropriation, Creative Genius, and Eighteenth-Century Playwriting
  Paulina Kewes, 17
II. Censorship
Revisiting A Masterpiece: Government and the Press, 1695–1763
  Simon Varey, 49
Rex v. Curll: Pornography and Punishment in Court and on the Page
  Alexander Pettit, 63
Political Propriety and Feminine Property: Women in the Eighteenth-Century Text Trades
  Lisa Maruca, 79
The New Foundling Hospital for Wit: From Hanbury Williams to John Wilkes
  Donald W. Nichol, 101
III. Publishing
Subscription-Hunters and Their Prey
  Thomas Lockwood, 121

34:2, Fall 2001, Drama and Consciousness

  Daniel Meyer-Dinkgräfe, i
Dancing With Freud: Slawomir Mrozek’s Tango
  John O’Connor, 1
The Transcendent Function of Interculturalism
  James Harbeck, 13
Varieties of Consciousness in Pirandello’s Henry IV
  Terry Fairchild, 29
Beckett Out of His Mind: The Theater of the Absurd
  William S. Haney, II, 39
Imagination, Consciousness, and Theatre
  Peter Malekin and Ralph Yarrow, 55
Theatre Degree Zero
  Ralph Yarrow, 75
Nô and Purification: The Art of Ritual and Vocational Performance
  Kiyoshi Tsuchiya, 93
Suggestion in Peter Brook’s Mahabharata
  Daniel Meyer-Dinkgräfe, 115

35:1, Spring 2002, Writing the New South

  Ernest Suarez, i
Barbaric Yawps: Life in the Life of Poetry
  Dave Smith, 1
“To Own My Father’s Name”: Not Hiding the Masculine in the Poems of David Bottoms
  Jane Hill, 25
The Religious/Erotic Poetry of Reynolds Price
  Victor Strandberg, 61
The Word and the Flesh in A Place To Come To: The Postmodern Exile and Alienation from Community
  Felicia Pattison, 87
Postmodern Southern Literature: Confessions of a Norton Anthologist
  William L. Andrews, 105
Why I Did It
  Kate Daniels, 113
Driving Miss Daisy Crazy; or, Losing the Mind of the South
  Lee Smith, 117
Two Worlds, One Story: The American South and Southern Europe in Robert Penn Warren’s Fiction
  David Río, 129
Mega-Processors, Advanced Peripherals, and Robert Penn Warren’s Audubon
  Sidney Burris, 139
Closing Comments: More Than a State of Mind
  Yusef Komunyakaa, 165

35:2, Fall 2002, Inauthentic Pleasures: Victorian Fakery and the Limitations of Form

Introduction: These Other Victorians
  Shelton Waldrep, i
Impostures: Robert Browning and the Poetics of Forgery
  C. D. Blanton, 1
George Eliot and the Fetish of Realism
  Peter Melville Logan, 27
A Fountain, a Spontaneous Combustion, and the Mona Lisa: Duchamp’s Symbolism in Dickens and Pater
  Jonathan Loesberg, 53
Watching Others Think: Casuistry, Perfectionism, and the Emergence of the Self
  Andrew H. Miller, 79
Affecting Authenticity: Sonnets from the Portuguese and Modern Love
  Natalie M. Houston, 99
Authenticity and the Geography of Empire: Reading Gaskell with Emecheta
  Carolyn Lesjak, 123

36:1, Spring 2003, Meaning and Textuality in the Middle Ages

  Mary K. Ramsey, i
The Tower of Babel: The Wanderer and the Ruins of History
   R. M. Liuzza, 1
Babylon and Anglo-Saxon England
   Andrew P. Scheil, 37
Epanalepsis: A Retelling of the Judith Story in the Anglo-Saxon Poetic Language
   Haruko Momma, 59
For the Record: Rewriting Virgil in the Commedia
   Peter S. Hawkins, 75
The Nuns of Saint-Pierre and Their Creative History Workshop
   Michael G. Powell, 99
Breaking the Stained Glass Ceiling: Mercantile Authority, Margaret Paston, and Margery Kempe
   Brian W. Gastle, 123
Building the Ideal City: Female Memorial Praxis in Christine de Pizan’s Cité des Dames
   Betsy McCormick, 149

36:2, Fall 2003, Crossing Borders: Cultural Diffusion and Exchange

  Allan Ingram, i
Melting Pot or Gumbo Pot? Transatlantic Foundations of Southern U.S. Folk Culture
  John Burrison, 1
Crossing Borders in Samuel Richardson’s Clarissa; Or, the “Ladder of Dependence” Revisited
  Hélène Dachez, 25
Glorious Spangs and Rich Embroidery: Costume in The Masque of Blackness and Hymenaei
  Lesley Mickel, 41
Interstices, Hybridity, and Identity: Olaudah Equiano and the Discourse of the African Slave Trade
  Terry Bozeman, 61
Permeable Borders, Possible Worlds: History and Identity in the Novels of Michèle Roberts
  Rosie White, 71
Border Narratives: Three First-Person Accounts of Depression
  Tina Stern, 91
Transatlantic Consumptions: Disease, Fame, and Literary Nationalisms in the Davidson Sisters, Southey, and Poe
  Clark Lawlor, 109
Silences, Contradictions, and the Urge to Fiction: Reflections on Writing about Mary Davys
  Martha F. Bowden, 127
“People’s Ancestors are History’s Game”: Byron’s Don Juan and Russian History
David Walker, 149

37:1, Spring 2004, Cross Wire: Asian American Literary Criticism

  Shirley Geok-lin Lim, Gina Valentino, Stephen Hong Sohn, and John Blair Gamber, i
Currents of Study: Charting the Course of Asian American Literary Criticism
  Stephen Hong Sohn and John Blair Gamber
The Poetics of Liminality and Misidentification: Winnifred Eaton’s Me and Maxine Hong Kingston’s The Woman Warrior
  Katherine Hyunmi Lee, 17
Re-signed Subjects: Women, Work, and World in the Fiction of Carlos Bulosan and Hisaye Yamamoto
  Cheryl Higashida, 35
“Just another ethnic pol”: Literary Citizenship in Chang-rae Lee’s Native Speaker
  Liam Corley, 61
Bridging the Gaps: Inescapable History in Lan Cao’s Monkey Bridge
  Claire Stocks, 83
The Politics of Ethnic Authorship: Li-Young Lee, Emerson, and Whitman at the Banquet Table
  Jeffrey F. L. Partridge, 101
Speaking in Tongues: Myung Mi Kim’s Stylized Mouths
  Joseph Jonghyun Jeon, 125
Beyond The Silk Road: Staging a Queer Asian America in Chay Yew’s Porcelain
  Heath A. Diehl, 149
The Traveling of Art and the Art of Traveling: Chiang Yee’s Painting and Chinese Cultural Tradition
  Da Zheng, 169

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37:2, Fall 2004, Caribbean Women Writers in Exile: Anglophone Writings

Introduction: Caribbean Women Writers in Exile
   Carol P. Marsh-Lockett and Elizabeth J. West, i
Theorizing Spirit: The Critical Challenge of Elizabeth Nunez’s When Rocks Dance and Beyond the Limbo Silence
   Melvin Rahming, 1
Writing Power: Identity Complexities and the Exotic Erotic in Audre Lorde’s Writing
   Yakini B. Kemp, 21
Re-negotiating Racial Identity: The Challenge of Migration and Return in Michelle Cliff’s No Telephone to Heaven
   Shirley Toland-Dix, 37
Triadic Revelations of Exilic Identity: Claire Harris’s Fables from the Women’s Quarters, Dipped in Shadow, and She
   Emily Allen Williams, 53
Défilée’s Diasporic Daughters: Revolutionary Narratives of Ayiti (Haiti), Nanchon (Nation), and Dyaspora (Diaspora) in Edwidge Danticat’s Krik? Krak!
   Jana Evans Braziel, 77
Dislocation and Desire in Shani Mootoo’s Cereus Blooms at Night
   Vivian M. May, 97

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38:1, Spring 2005, Alexander Pope: A Poet on the Margins and in the Center

Introduction: Pope on the Margins and in the Center
   Flavio Gregori, i
Pope and the Paradoxical Centrality of the Satirist
   Thomas Woodman, 1
Living on the Margin: Alexander Pope and the Rural Ideal
   Claudia Thomas Kairoff, 15
Bust Story: Pope at Stowe, or the Politics and Myths of Landscape Gardening
   Francesca Orestano, 39
Pope’s Recusancy
   Peter Davidson, 63
The Mercantile Bard: Commerce and Conflict in Pope
   Colin Nicholson, 77
Cato’s Ghosts: Pope, Addison, and Opposition Cultural Politics
   Jorge Bastos da Silva, 95
Taste and Temporality in An Epistle to Burlington
   James Noggle, 117
Bolingbroke’s Laugh: Alexander Pope’s Epistle to Bolingbroke and the Rhetoric of Embodied Exemplarity
   Helen Deutsch, 137
“Mighty Mother”: Pope and the Maternal
   Jane Spencer, 163
Alexander Pope, the Ideal of the Hero, Ovid, and Menippean Satire
   Ulrich Broich, 179
“Then Rose the Seed of Chaos”: Masque and Antimasque in The Dunciad in Four Books
   Laura Tosi, 197
The Dunciad and the City: Pope and Heterotopia
   Brean S. Hammond, 219

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38:2, Fall 2005, The 1590 Faerie Queene: Paratexts and Publishing

Citations, Images, Acknowledgements
   Wayne Erickson, v
Introduction: Spenser’s Paratexts
   William Oram, vii
A Note on the Errata to the 1590 Quarto of The Faerie Queene
   Toshiyuki Suzuki, 1
Forcing the Poet into Prose: “Gealous Opinions and Misconstructions” and Spenser’s Letter to Ralegh
   Ty Buckman, 17
Reading the 1590 Faerie Queene with Thomas Nashe
   Andrew Wallace, 35
Precedence and Patronage: The Order of Spenser’s Dedicatory Sonnets (1590)
   Jean R. Brink, 51
Behind the Back Matter: The Liminalities of The Faerie Queene (1590)
   Fritz Levy, 73
The Poet’s Power and the Rhetoric of Humility in Spenser’s Dedicatory Sonnets
   Wayne Erickson, 91
Humble Presents: Pastoral and Gift-Giving in the Commendatory Verses and Dedicatory Sonnets
   Patricia Wareh, 119
Ralegh’s Gold: Placing Spenser’s Dedicatory Sonnets
   Thomas Herron, 133
Commercial Settings of the 1590 Faerie Queene
   Judith Owens, 149
Getting It Back to Front in 1590: Spenser’s Dedications, Nashe’s Insinuations, and Ralegh’s Equivocations
   Andrew Zurcher, 173

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39:1, Spring 2006, Literature of the Graveyard

Introduction: Graveyards and the Literary Imagination
   June Hadden Hobbs, i
“Death possesses a good deal of real estate”: References to Gravestones and Burial Grounds in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s American Notebooks and Selected Fictional Works
   Richard E. Meyer, 1
Keeping Memory: The Cemetery and Rhetorical Memory in Constance Fenimore Woolson’s “Rodman the Keeper”
   Elizabethada A. Wright, 29
A Woman Clinging to the Cross: Toward a Rhetoric of Tombstones
   June Hadden Hobbs, 55
Elegies Ending “Here”: The Poetics of Epitaphic Closure
   Scott L. Newstok, 75
The Grave Side of Bobbie Ann Mason
   Lydia Gayle Johnson Gillespie, 101
RMS Titanic: Memorialized in Popular Literature and Culture
   J. Joseph Edgette, 119
The Geography of the Cemetery: A Sociolinguistic Approach
   Cornelia Paraskevas, 143

39:2, Fall 2006, Women, Age, and Difference

Generations: Women, Age, and Difference
   Victoria Bazin and Rosie White, i
Screening the Old: Femininity as Old Age in Contemporary
French Cinema
   Martine Beugnet, 1
Simone Signoret: Aging and Agency
   Sarah Leahy, 21
“Women’s Time”: Women, Age, and Intergenerational Relations
in Doris Lessing’s The Diaries of Jane Somers
   Diana Wallace, 43
Growing Up Single: The Postfeminist Novel
   Sarah Gamble, 61
Identity-in-Difference: Re-Generating Debate about
Intergenerational Relationships in Amy Tan’s The Joy Luck Club
   Bella Adams, 79
Fashion Isn’t Always Fun: Generation, Femininity, and the
Politics of Appearance
   Hilary Fawcett, 95
“[Not] Talking ’bout my Generation”: Historicizing Feminisms
in Caryl Churchill’s Top Girls
   Victoria Bazin, 115
Rethinking Generational History: Queer Histories of Sexuality in
Neo-Victorian Feminist Fiction
   Rachel Carroll, 135

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40:1, Spring 2007, Scripting Urban Culture 1

Scripting Urban Culture I
   Robert Brazeau and Michael Borshuk, i
Romantic London: John Corry and the Georgic City
   James D. Mulvihill, 1
Scandals in Sodom: The Victorian City’s Queer Streets
   Anne Delgado, 21
From Arsonists and Bastards to Vampires and Zombies: Urban Spatio-Pathologies in Strindberg’s Chamber Plays
   Anna Westerståhl Stenport, 35
Boardinghouse Life, Boardinghouse Letters
   David Faflik, 55
Empty Spaces: Remapping the Chaotic Milieu of the Modernist City in Sunrise
   Jason Sperb, 77
Totalizing the City: Eliot, de Certeau, and the Evolution of
The Waste Land
   Richard Badenhausen, 91
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40:2, Fall 2007, Leaping into the Fire: Women in United States Race Riots

Leaping into the Fire: Women in United States Race Riots
   Julie Cary Nerad, i
“Literally Devoured”: Washington, DC, 1919
   Delia Mellis, 1
Margie Polite, the Riot Starter: Harlem, 1943
   Laurie F. Leach, 25
Women in the Crowd: Gender and the East St. Louis Race Riot of 1917
   Malcolm McLaughlin, 49
“They Think Their Fannies are as Good as Ours”: The 1943 Detroit Riot
   J. Shantz, 75
“Mister, This is not Your Fight!”: The 1961 Montgomery Freedom Ride Riots
   Derek Charles Catsam, 93
Gender, Genre, Race, and Nation: The 1863 New York City Draft Riots
   Alice Rutkowski, 111
“Atlanta’s Shame”: W. E. B. Du Bois and Carrie Williams Clifford Respond to the Atlanta Race Riot of 1906
   Dolen Perkins-Valdez, 133
“A One-Woman Riot”: Brooklyn 1991 & Los Angeles 1992
   Jacqueline O’Connor, 153
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41:1, Spring 2008, Scripting Urban Culture II

   Robert Brazeau & Michael Borshuk, i
William Dean Howells and the City of New York: A Hazard of New Writing
   Linnie Blake, 1
Sean O’Casey’s Dublin Trilogy and the “Promise” of Metropolitan Modernity
   Robert Brazeau, 21
Two Toronto Novels and Lessons of Belonging: The Global City in Modern Canadian Literature
   Myles Chilton, 47
Legacies of Las Vegas: Paul Muldoon and the House of Cards
   Duncan Greenlaw, 69
Life among the Leith Plebs: Of Arseholes, Wankers, and Tourists in Irvine Welsh’s Trainspotting
   Lewis MacLeod, 89
True Tales and 8 Mile Memoirs: Exploring the Imaginary City of Detroit
   Michael Borshuk, 107
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41:2, Fall 2008, Literature and Religion in the Aftermath: Reading (Sacred) Texts in Light of Trauma

Editor’s Comment
   Shelly L. Rambo, i
Towards an Ethics of Reading Survivor Testimonies
   Jennifer L. Geddes, 1
Between Testimony and Interpretation: The Book of Job in
Post-Holocaust, Jewish Theological Reflection
   Dan Mathewson, 17
Time that Ripens and Rots All Creatures: Temporality and
Its Terrors in the Sanskrit Mahābhārata
   Emily T. Hudson, 41
Liturgies of Repetition: A Preface to the Prologue of
The Baphomet
   Mark D. Jordan, 63
Before the Law: Doorkeeper of Trauma
   Dirk G. Lange, 83
Beyond Redemption?: Reading Cormac McCarthy’s
The Road after the End of the World
   Shelly L. Rambo, 99
After the End: A Response
   Cathy Caruth, 121

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42:1 The World in William Gilmore Simms

Editor’s Comment
   Matthew Brennan, v
Southern Literary Horizons in Young America:
Imaginative Development of a Regional Geography
   David Moltke-Hansen, 1
An Earlier Frontier Thesis:
Simms as an Intellectual Precursor to Frederick Jackson Turner
   Kevin Collins, 33
“It Is Genius Only Which Can Make Ghosts”:
Narrative Design and the Art of Storytelling in Simms’s “Grayling; or, ‘Murder Will Out’”
   David W. Newton, 59
An Unsung Literary Legacy:
William Gilmore Simms’s African-American Characters
   Laura Ganus Perkins, 83
Simms’s Civil War:
History, Healing, and the Sack and Destruction of Columbia, S. C.
   Nicholas G. Meriwether, 97
The Metaphysical Federalism of William Gilmore Simms
   Colin D. Pearce, 121
The Business of Romanticism: Simms’s Political Poetry
   John D. Miller, 141
Simms’s Celtic Harp
   James Everett Kible, 163

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42:2 Biological Constraints on the Literary Imagination

   Katja Mellmann & Anja Müller-Wood, v
Why Did Narrative Evolve? (Human) Nature and Narrative
   Jerry Hoeg, 1
A Frugal (Re)Past: Use of Oral Tradition to Buffer Foraging Risk
   Michelle Scalise Sugiyama & Lawrence Sugiyama, 15
The Induction Instinct: The Evolution and Poetic Application of
a Cognitive Tool
   Karl Eibl, 43
Interaction in Metaphor
   Ralph Müller, 61
"Who Was It If It Wasn't Me?" The Problem of Orientation in
Alice Munro's "Trespasses": A Cognitive Ecological Analysis
   Nancy Easterlin, 79
Mind Plus: Sociocognitive Pleasures of Jane Austen's Novels
   Lisa Zunshine, 103
Evolutionary Psychology and the Paradox of Fiction
   Tilmann Köppe, 125

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43:1 The Work of Gender in Nineteenth-Century British Culture

The Work of Gender in Nineteenth-Century British Culture
   Martin A. Danahay, v
Oscar Wilde and the Art/Work of Atoms
   Carolyn Lesjak, 1
Life Slips: Work, Love, and Gender in John Constable's
   Trev Lynn Broughton, 27
"Is there no work in hand?": The Idle Son Theme at Midcentury
   Valerie R. Sanders, 49
Piece Work: Mosaic, Feminine Influence, and Charlotte Yonge's
Beechcroft at Rockstone
   Patricia Zakreski, 69
Voicing the Past: Aural Sensibility, the Weaver-poet, and George
Eliot's "Erinna"
   Kyriaki Hadjiafxendi, 95
"What an Impotent Picture!": William Gladstone, General
Gordon, and the Politics of Masculinity in Robert Louis
Stevenson's Prince Otto
   Oliver S. Buckton, 119
Gendered Incongruities in the Silenced Voice of Pre-Raphaelite
Paintings: A. S. Byatt's "Morpho Eugenia"
   Sophia Andres, 141

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43:2 Charles Waddell Chesnutt: Placing a Stamp on America

Charles Waddell Chesnutt: Placing a Stamp on America
   Mary B. Zeigler, vii
History and Background of the Charles W. Chesnutt Commemorative Stamp
   Mary B. Zeigler, 1
Testing and Tricking: Elegba in Charles Chesnutt's "The Goophered Grapevine" and "The Passing of Grandison"
   Georgene Bess Montgomery, 5
Charles Chesnutt and the Legacy of The Conjure Woman
   Kameelah Martin Samuel, 15
Memory, Ancestors, and Activism/Resistance in Charles Chesnutt's Uncle Julius
   Elizabeth J. West, 31
Privileging the African Metaphysics of Presence in American Slave Culture: The Example of
Charles W. Chesnutt’s “The Passing of Grandison”
   Viktor Osinubi, 47
Unmasking the Mask: Analyzing Caste Variations in the Lexicon of Charles W. Chesnutt
   Jeanne Law Bohannon, 63
Chesnutt’s Identity and the Color Line
   Ernestine Pickens Glass, 71
“He came but he don’t believe”: Teaching Chesnutt and Conjuring through
the Lens of Gloria Naylor’s Mama Day
   Christina G. Bucher, 83
Searching for Today in the Past: Teaching Chesnutt to Multiple Student Audiences
   Bill Hardwig, 97
Learning about Life through Language in Literature:
Teaching Chesnutt’s Critical Thinking
   Mary B. Zeigler with Mark Benedict, Laura Gary, Joshua Little, Frank Lopez, Eric Sandarg, and Debra Sidell, 109
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44:1 Enlightenment Depression I

Editor’s Comment & Acknowledgements
   Richard Terry, v
“Mere Despair”: Pope and the Death of Hope
   Allan Ingram, 1
Engraving the Eighteenth-Century Blues: Hogarth’s Representations of Depression
   Peter Wagner, 19
“The True Culprit Is the Mind Which Can Never Run Away From Itself”: Samuel Johnson and Depression
   Serge Soupel, 43
Goldsmith’s English Malady
   Nigel Wood, 63
Before Depression: Coleridge’s Melancholia
   Neil Vickers, 85
“Anxious Cares”: From Pope’s Spleen to Coleridge’s Dejection
   Michael O'Neill, 99
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44:2 Enlightenment Depression II

Editor’s Comment & Acknowledgements
   Richard Terry, v
Scurvy Vapors and the Devil’s Claw: Religion and the Body in Seventeenth-Century Women’s Melancholy
   Katharine Hodgkin, 1
“As Melancholy as a Sick Parrot”: Depressed(?) Women at the Beginning of the Long Eighteenth Century
   Elaine Hobby, 23
Melancholy Amusements: Women, Gardens, and the Depression of Spirits
   Stephen Bending, 41
Cause or Symptom? Contentions Surrounding Religious Melancholy and Mental Medicine in Late-Georgian Britain
   Jonathan Andrews, 63
Fact, Truth, and the Limits of Sympathy: Newspaper Reporting of Suicide in the North of England, circa 1750–1830
   Rab Houston, 93
“La Maladie anglaise” in French Eighteenth-Century Writing: From Stereotype to Individuation
   Jeffrey Hopes, 109
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