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MODERN fICTION STUDIES
 

John N. Duvall, Editor

Robert P. Marzec, Associate Editor

Published for the Purdue English Department by the Johns Hopkins University Press



New Issue

60.1 (Spring 2014)

General Issue

  • Adam T. Jernigan - Paraliterary Labors in Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar: Typists, Teachers, and the Pink-Collar Subtext
  • Maxwell Uphaus - An "Unworkable Compound": Ireland and Empire in "Eveline"
  • Valerie Reed Hickman - Clarissa and the Coolies' Wives: Mrs. Dalloway Figuring Transnational Feminism
  • Amy Clukey - Enchanting Modernism: Mary Butts, Decadence, and the Ethics of Occultism
  • Jay Watson - Dangerous Return: The Narratives of Jurisgenesis in Faulkner's Requiem for a Nun
  • Michael Lackey - Nazi Children, Christian Anti-Semitism, and the New Athiest in William Styron's Sophie's Choice
  • John McCombe - "Common People": Realism, Class Difference, and the Male Domestic Sphere in Nick Hornby's Collision with Britpop
  • Lucas Tromly - Immigration and Amnesia: Andrew X. Pham's Catfish and Mandala: A Two-Wheeled Voyage Through the Landscape and Memory of Vietnam

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