Modern Fiction Studies Department of English

Volume 5 - 1959

[Issue 1 2 3 4]

Issue 1

Editor: Maurice Beebe
Special Issue: D. H. Lawrence

The Duality of Lawrence
H. M. Daleski
Pages 3-18

Thomas Hardy and Lawrence's "The White Peacock"
Raney Stanford
Pages 19-28

The Narrative Technique of "The Rainbow"
Roger Sale
Pages 29-38

The Amorous Whale: A Study in the Symbolism of D. H. Lawrence
Robert Hogan
Pages 39-46

Lawrence and the Fall of Modern Woman
Kingsley Widmer
Pages 47-56

Lawrence's "The Man Who Loved Islands": A Modern Fable
Julian Moynahan
Pages 57-64

Myth and Ritual in the Shorter Fiction of D. H. Lawrence
John B. Vickery
Pages 65-82

Criticism of D. H. Lawrence: A Selected Checklist of Criticism with an Index to Studies of Separate Works
Maurice Beebe & Anthony Tommasi
Pages 83-98

Issue 2

Editor: Maurice Beebe
General Issue

The Artist as Savior
J. Mitchell Morse
Pages 103-107

Joyce Cary's Three Speakers
Hazard Adams
Pages 108-120

The Moral Structure of "The Good Soldier"
James Hafley
Pages 121-128

The Significance of the Revisions in the Early Versions of "Nostromo"
Frederick R. Karl
Pages 129-144

The Aura of Loneliness in Sherwood Anderson
S. K. Winther
Pages 145-152

Religion in Three Recent Novels of Aldous Huxley
S. Nagarajan
Pages 153-165

Virginia Woolf's Judgment of Henry James
Ellen Douglass Leyburn
Pages 166-168

Seeing Through "The Pupil" Again
John V. Hagopian
Pages 169-171

Water, Water Everywhere: "Old Man" and "A Farwell to Arms"
W. R. Moses
Pages 172-174

Modern Fiction Newsletter
Pages 175-194

Issue 3

Editor: Maurice Beebe
Special Issue: Stephen Crane

Structure and Theme in Stephen Crane's Fiction
James B. Colvert
Pages 199-208

The Imagery of "The Red Badge of Courage"
James Trammell Cox
Pages 209-219

The Structure of "The Red Badge of Courage"
Eric Solomon
Pages 220-234

The Significance of "Wounds in the Rain"
Thomas A. Gullason
Pages 235-242

The Essentials of Life: "The Open Boat" as Existentialist Fiction
Peter Buitenhuis
Pages 243-250

Crane's "Maggie": A Reassessment
R. W. Stallman 
Pages 251-259

The Two Worlds of "The Blue Hotel"
Hugh N. Maclean
Pages 260-270

Stephen Crane and the Wonder of Man's Conceit
Robert F. Gleckner
Pages 271-281

Criticism of Stephen Crane: A Selected Checklist with an Index to Studies of Separate Works
Maurice Beebe & Thomas A. Gullason
Pages 282-291

Issue 4

Editor: Maurice Beebe
Special Issue: Southern Writers

Ellen Glasgow and the Southern Literary Tradition
Allen W. Becker
Pages 295-303

The Grotesques of Anderson and Wolfe
Louis J. Budd
Pages 304-310

Carson McCullers: The Alchemy of Love and Aesthetics of Pain
Ihab H. Hassan
Pages 311-326

Revisions of Style in Faulkner's "The Hamlet"
Floyd C. Watkins & Thomas Daniel Young
Pages 327-336

The Unity of Faulkner's Shaping Vision
Donald Tritschler
Pages 337-343

Structure and Imagery in Katherine Anne Porter's "Pale Horse, Pale Rider"
Sarah Youngblood
Pages 344-352

Ellen Glasgow's Plan for a Social History of Virginia
Daniel W. Patterson
Pages 353-360

Conversation with William Faulkner (translated by Henry Dan Piper)
Loic Bouvard
Pages 361-385

Modern Fiction Newsletter
Pages 365-385

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