Modern Fiction Studies Department of English

Volume 11 - 1965

[Issue 1 2 3 4]

Issue 1

Editor: Maurice Beebe
Special Issue: John Steinbeck

Steinbeck's Image of Man and His Decline as a Writer
Peter Lisca
Pages 3-10

The Arthurian Cycle in Tortilla Flat
Arthur F. Kinney
Pages 11-20

The Unity of In Dubious Battle: Violence and Dehumanization
Howard Levant
Pages 21-33

The Ambivalent Endings of The Grapes of Wrath
Jules Chametzky
Pages 34-44

A Reading of Steinbeck's "Flight"
John Antico
Pages 45-53

The Lost Dream of Sex and Childbirth in "The Chrysanthemums"
Mordecai Marcus
Pages 54-58

Steinbeck's American Waste Land
Donna Gerstenberger
Pages 59-65

Steinbeck's Winter Tale
Warren French
Pages 66-74

Steinbeck: A Suggestion for Research
Curtis L. Johnson
Pages 75-78

Steinbeck in Russia: The Rhetoric of Praise and Blame
James W. Tuttleton
Pages 79-89

Criticism of John Steinbeck: A Selected Checklist
Maurice Beebe and Jackson R. Bryer
Pages 90-103

Issue 2

Editor: Maurice Beebe
General Issue

On Plot in Modern Fiction: Hardy, James, and Conrad
Walter O'Grady
Pages 107-115

Self and Secularization in The Princess Casamassima
D. G. Halliburton
Pages 116-128

Faulkner: The Theme of Pride in The Sound and the Fury
Lawrence Bowling
Pages 129-139

Truth and Beauty in Brideshead Revisited
Rodney Delasanta and Mario L. D'Avanzo
Pages 140-152

The Hero and the World: Our Sense of Space in War and Peace
Bert O. States
Pages 153-164

The Uses of Myth in "Death in Venice"
Isadore Traschen
Pages 165-179

The Return of the Screw
Stanley Trachtenberg
Pages 180-182

The Death of the Boss: Another Look at Katherine Mansfield's "The Fly"
Ted E. Boyle
Pages 183-185

The Wounded Will of Faulkner's Barn Burner
Charles Mitchell
Pages 185-189

Two New Scott Fitzgerald Letters
R. W. Stallman, ed.
Pages 189-191

Modern Fiction Newsletter
Pages 192-215

Issue 3

Editor: Maurice Beebe
Special Issue: Thomas Wolfe

Thomas Wolfe and the American Experience
Richard S. Kennedy
Pages 219-233

Thomas Wolfe's Use of the Poetic Fragment
Mark D. Hawthorne
Pages 234-244

Eugene Gant and the Ghost of Ben
John S. Hill
Pages 245-249

Thomas Wolfe and the Lost Paradise
Larry Rubin
Pages 250-258

Thomas Wolfe: Theme Through Imagery
Thomas E. Boyle
Pages 259-268

An Early Wolfe Essay--And the Downfall of a Hero
Richard Walser
Pages 269-274

Thomas Wolfe: Notes on Three Characters
Paschal Reeves
Pages 275-285

Symbolic Patterns in You Can't Go Home Again
Clyde C. Clements, Jr.
Pages 286-296

Why You Can't Go Home Again: Thomas Wolfe and "The Escapes of Time and Memory"
Morris Beja
Pages 297-314

Criticism of Thomas Wolfe: A Selected Checklist
Maurice Beebe and Leslie A. Field
Pages 315-328

Issue 4

Editor: Maurice Beebe
General Issue

F. Scott Fitzgerald, the Jamesian Inheritance, and the Morality of Fiction
Joseph N. Riddel
Pages 331-350

The Triple Vision of Nick Carraway
E. Fred Carlisle
Pages 351-360

Jake Barnes as Narrator
John S. Rouch
Pages 361-370

From Rifleman to Flagbearer: Henry Fleming's Separate Peace inThe Red Badge of Courage
Kermit Vanderbilt and Daniel Weiss
Pages 371-380

The Psychology of the Uncanny in Lawrence's "The Rocking-Horse Winner"
W. S. Marks III
Pages 381-392

The Fiction of Henry Roth
A. Sidney Knowles, Jr.
Pages 393-404

The Baroque Imagination of Robbe-Grillet
Christine Brooke-Rose
Pages 405-423

Classical Themes in Lord of the Flies
Robert C. Gordon
Pages 424-427

Mrs. Hirsch and Mrs. Bell in Hemingway's "The Killers"
L. Hugh Moore, Jr.
Pages 427-429

Mrs. Moore and the Marabar Caves: A  Mythological Reading
John S. Martin
Pages 429-433

Modern Fiction Newsletter
Pages 434-462

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