Modern Fiction Studies Department of English

Volume 41 - 1995

[Issue 1 2 3 & 4]

Issue 1

Editor:  Patrick O'Donnell
Assistant Editor: Nancy J. Peterson
Special Issue: Postmodern Narratives

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Editor's Preface
Patrick O'Donnell
Pages 1-4

Terminating the Postmodern: Masculinity and Pomophobia
Thomas B. Byers
Pages 5-34

Postmodern Indigenism: "Quetzalcoatl and All That"
Debra A. Castillo
Pages 35-74

Utopia Limited: Post-Sixties and Postmodern American Fiction
Marianne DeKoven
Pages 75-98

"Significant, insignificant": Realist and Postmodernist Art in Hawkes's Whistlejacket
David Cowart
Pages 99-116

Remakes, Outtakes, and Updates in Susan Sontag's The Volcano Lover
Stacey Olster
Pages 117-140

Postmodern/Post-Secular: Contemporary Fiction and Spirituality
John A. McClure
Pages 141-164

Robert Siegle
Pages 165-194

Issue 2

Editor:  Patrick O'Donnell
Assistant Editor: Nancy J. Peterson
General Issue

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Culture, Anarchy, and the Politics of Modernist Style in Joyce's "Oxen of the Sun"
Mark Gaipa
Pages 195-218

"Fiction with the Texture of History": Elizabeth Bowen's The Last September
Julia McElhattan Williams
Pages 219-242

"I Will Make Bimala One with My Country": Gender and Nationalism in Tagore's The Home and the World
Indrani Mitra
Pages 243-264

Kerouac among the Fellahin: On the Road to the Postmodern
Robert Holton
Pages 265-284

Baseball as Aesthetic Ideology: Cold War History, Race, and DeLillo's "Pafko at the Wall"
John N. Duvall
Pages 285-314

Submachine Guns and Electronic Schoolmarms: A True Crime Western
Vivian Wagner
Pages 315-336

Recent Books on Modern Fiction
Pages 337-428

Issue 3 & 4

Guest Editor:  Judith Roof
Special Issue: Sexuality and Narrative - Double Issue

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Introduction: "Concentrate on sex. Leave out the poetry."
Judith Roof
Pages 429-438

David Leavitt and the Etiological Maternal Body
Mun-Hou Lo
Pages 439-466

Hard to Swallow: Indigestible Narratives of Lesbian Sexuality
renee c. hoogland
Pages 467-482

No Place Like Home: The Transgendered Narrative of Leslie Feinberg's Stone Butch Blues
Jay Prosser
Pages 483-514

The Pornographic Imagination in All Strange Away
Graham Fraser
Pages 515-530

"Dream Made Flesh": Sexual Difference and Narratives of Revolution in Sylvia Townsend Warner's Summer Will Show
Thomas Foster
Pages 531-566

"And I Wondered If She Might Kiss Me": Lesbian Panic as Narrative Strategy in British Women's Fictions
Patricia Juliana Smith
Pages 567-608

Homosexuality and Narrative
Dennis W. Allen
Pages 609-634

Shop-Talk: Exchanging Narrative, Sex, and Value
Frank Smigiel
Pages 635-656

Bodies that Don't Matter: The Queering of Henry James
Linda Zwinger
Pages 657-680

Indiscreet Jewels: Can We Talk About The Passion of Michel Foucault?
Diane Rubenstein
Pages 681-698

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