Modern Fiction Studies Department of English

Volume 14 - 1968

[Issue 1 2 3 4]

Issue 1

Editor: Maurice Beebe
Special Issue: Mark Twain

Over Twain's Shoulder: The Composition and Structure of Huckleberry Finn
Victor A. Doyno
Pages 3-10

The Raft Episode in Huckleberry Finn
Peter G. Beidler
Pages 11-20

The Strategy of Compromise in Mark Twain's "Boy Books"
Thomas Blues
Pages 21-30

Three Practical Jokes: A Key to Huck's Changing Attitude Toward Jim
James P. McIntyre
Pages 31-38

Heroes and Houses: The Progress of Huck Finn
John E. Hart
Pages 39-46

"Dismal and Lonesome": A New Look at Huckleberry Finn
Campbell Tatham
Pages 47-56

Huck Finn, Empiricist Member of Society
William R. Manierre
Pages 57-66

Sunrise on the River: "The Whole World" of Huckleberry Finn
Charles Clerc
Pages 67-78

Escape and Entry in Huckleberry Finn
Martha Banta
Pages 79-92

Criticism of Mark Twain: A Selected Checklist
Maurice Beebe and John Feaster
Pages 93-139

Issue 2

Editor: Maurice Beebe
General Issue

Introduction to the Danse Macabre: Conrad's Heart of Darkness
Frederick R. Karl
Pages 143-156

Ford and the "Slaughtered Saints": A New Reading of The Good Soldier
Daniel R. Barnes
Pages 157-170

From Short Story to Novel: The Manuscript Revisions of Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway
Charles G. Hoffmann
Pages 171-186

The Method at the Heart of Madness: The Spoils of Poynton
William Bysshe Stein
Pages 187-202

Metaphysic of Despair: Stephen Crane's "The Blue Hotel"
Bruce L. Grenberg
Pages 203-214

Musical Analogues in Thomas Wolfe's Look Homeward, Angel
Robert Emerson Carlile
Pages 215-224

Meursault's Newsclipping
David G. Speer
Pages 225-229

Scott Fitzgerald on his Thirtieth Birthday Sends a Small Gift to Ernest Hemingway
Philip Young
Pages 229-230

Modern Fiction Newsletter
Pages 231-252

Issue 3

Editorial Board: William T. Stafford, William Bache, Margaret Church, and Mark Rowan
General Issue

Editor: Maurice Beebe
Special Issue: Ernest Hemingway

Ernest Hemingway: The Monsters and the Critics
William Gifford
Pages 255-270

Dramatic Structure in the Novels of Ernest Hemingway
Robin H. Farquhar
Pages 271-282

Hemingway's A Farewell to Arms: The Novels as Pure Poetry
Daniel J. Schneider
Pages 283-296

Circularity in The Sun Also Rises
Robert W. Cochran
Pages 297-306

Symbolic Sentences in "Big Two-Hearted River"
James L. Green
Pages 307-312

The Complex Unity of In Our Time
Clinton S. Burhans, Jr.
Pages 313-328

Uses of Irony in To Have and Have Not
William James Ryan
Pages 329-336

Criticism of Ernest Hemingway: A Selected Checklist
Maurice Beebe and John Feaster
Pages 337-369


Issue 4

To Our Readers
The Editors
Pages 375-376

In Memoriam: A Tribute to Frederick J. Hoffman (1909-1967)
Olga W. Vickery
Pages 377-378

Solus Rex: Nabokov and the Chess Novel
Strother B. Purdy
Pages 379-396

Vandover and the Brute and The Beautiful and Damned: A Search for Thematic and Stylistic Re-interpretations
Richard Astro
Pages 397-414

Mann's Naphta-Settembrini and the Battle of the Books
Harold A. Basilius
Pages 415-422

The Wall of Blackness: A Psychological Approach to 1984
Marcus Smith
Pages 423-434

Appointment with the Dentist: O'Hara's Naturalistic Novel
Scott Donaldson
Pages 435-442

The "Gat" in Gatsby: Neglected Aspect of a Novel
Alexander R. Tamke
Pages 443-446

Found in the Barthouse: Novelist as Savior
Edgar H. Knapp
Pages 446-451

Tobe's Significance in "A Rose for Emily"
T. J. Stafford
Pages 451-453

"The Chrysanthemums": Study of a Woman's Sexuality
Elizabeth E. McMahan
Pages 453-458

Recent Books on Modern Fiction
Pages 459-499

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