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Volume 24 - 1978

[Issue 1 2 3 4]

Issue 1

Editors: Margaret Church and William T. Stafford 
Special Issue: The Modern Novel and the City

Paris as Subjectivity in Sartre's Roads to Freedom
Prescott S. Nichols
Pages 3-22

"The Small Cardboard Box": A Symbol of the City and of Winnie Verloc in Conrad's The Secret Agent
Christine W. Sizemore
Pages 23-40

The City as Metaphor for the Human Condition: Alfred Döblin'sBerlin Alexanderplatz (1929)
Marilyn Sibley Fries
Pages 41-64

City Signs: Toward a Definition of Urban Literature
Diane Wolfe Levy
Pages 65-74

Oran: Protagonist, Myth, and Allegory
Irène Finel-Honigman
Pages 75-82

The Image of the City in the Novels of Italo Calvino
JoAnn Cannon
Pages 83-90

The Modern Jewish Novel and the City: Franz Kafka, Henry Roth, and Amos Oz
Hana Wirth-Nesher
Pages 91-110

Towards the City: Howells' Characterization in A Modern Instance
Jacqueline Tavernier-Courbin
Pages 111-128

The Prophetic City in Stephen Crane's 1893 Maggie
Thomas A. Gullason
Pages 129-138

Saul Bellow's Chicago
Sarah Blacher Cohen
Pages 139-146

Studies of the Modern Novel and the City: A Selected Checklist
John Z. Guzlowski and Yvonne Shikany Eddy
Pages 147-153

Issue 2

Editors: Margaret Church and William T. Stafford 
General Issue

The Evasion Principle: A Search for Survivors in Ulysses
Shari Benstock
Pages 159-180

Desire and Depression in Women's Fiction: The Problematics and the Economics of Desire
Susan R. Horton
Pages 181-196

Myth, Misogyny, and Fascism in the Works of Drieu La Rochelle
Thomas M. Hines
Pages 197-208

Coover's Universal Baseball Association: Play as Personalized Myth
Neil Berman
Pages 209-222

Women and Wyndham Lewis
Judith Mitchell
Pages 223-232

Faulkner's "Knight's Gambit": Sentimentality and the Creative Imagination
Edmond L. Volpe
Pages 232-239

Portrait of the Artist as a Young Dog: Dylan's Dubliners
Kenneth Seib
Pages 239-254

Discarded Watermelon Rinds: The Rainbow Aesthetic of Styron'sLie Down in Darkness
William J. Scheick
Pages 254-255

Correspondence: "A Dreiser Industry?"
Donald Pizer and Jack Salzman
Pages 255-256

Recent Books on Modern Fiction
Pages 257-330

Issue 3

Editors: Margaret Church and William T. Stafford 
Special Issue: Katherine Mansfield

Katherine Mansfield's "To Stainislaw Wyspianski"
Jeffrey Meyers
Pages 337-342

Katherine Mansfield -- Then and Now
T. O. Beachcroft
Pages 343-354

"Our Perhaps Uncommon Friendship": The Relationship between S. S. Koteliansky & Katherine Mansfield
Geraldine L. Conroy
Pages 355-368

The Same Job: The Shared Writing Aims of Katherine Mansfield and Virginia Woolf
Ann L. McLaughlin
Pages 369-382

The Circle of Truth: The Stories of Katherine Mansfield and Mary Lavin
Richard F. Peterson
Pages 383-394

Childbirth Trauma in Katherine Mansfield's Early Stories
Mary Burgan
Pages 395-412

Traces of Her "Self" in Katherine Mansfield's "Bliss"
Marvin Magalaner
Pages 413-422

Mansfield and the Orphans of Time
Don W. Kleine
Pages 423-438

Katherine Mansfield's "The Garden Party": Style and Social Occasion
Adam J. Sorkin
Pages 439-456

The Snail under the Leaf: Katherine Mansfield's Imagery
Toby Silverman Zinman
Pages 457-464

Fantasy and the Sense of an Ending in the Work of Katherine Mansfield
Cherry Hankin
Pages 465-474

Katherine Mansfield: A Selected Checklist
Jeffrey Meyers
Pages 475-477

Issue 4

Editors: Margaret Church and William T. Stafford 
General Issue

Reeling through Faulkner: Pictures of Motion, Pictures in Motion
Richard Pearce
Pages 483-496

Garden and Wilderness: Virginia Woolf Reads the Elizabethans
Elizabeth W. Pomeroy
Pages 497-508

Requiem for a Genre Very Much Alive or Il Fu Fiction Pascal
Davy A. Carozza
Pages 509-520

Against the Law of Gravity: Female Adolescence in Isak Dinesen's Seven Gothic Tales
Robin Lydenberg
Pages 521-532

D. H. Lawrence and Doris Lessing's The Grass is Singing
Charles and Liebetraut Sarvan
Pages 533-538

Mechanism vs. Organism: Anthony Burgess' A Clockwork Orange
Rubin Rabinovitz
Pages 538-542

Plenzdorf's Die Neuen Leiden Des Jungen W.: The Interaction of Portrayal and Social Criticism
Gertrud Bauer Pickar
Pages 542-550

Natural Rhythms and Rebellion: Anse's Role in As I Lay Dying
Leon F. Seltzer and Jan Viscomi
Pages 556-564

Recent Books on Modern Fiction
Pages 565-668