Modern Fiction Studies Department of English

Volume 63 - 2017

[Issue 1 2 3 4]

(Note: This entire volume is available online through Project Muse) 

Issue 1

Editor: John N. Duvall
Associate Editor: Robert P. Marzec

Editor's Note
John N. Duvall
Page 1

Cluster: Dwelling in a Global Age

Dwelling in a Global Age: An Introduction
Alfred J. López
Pages 2-8

Fantasies of Settlement: Heidegger, Tocqueville, Fichte, Faulkner
Herman Rapaport
Pages 9-28

Wandering to Dwell: Heidegger and the Phenomenology of Dwelling in Sebald’s The Rings of Saturn
Satarupa Sinha Roy
Pages 29-49

Ruined Futures: Gentrification as Famine in Post-Celtic Tiger Irish Literature
Jason Buchanan
Pages 50-72

General Articles

Atlas Shrugged’s Shock Doctrine
Myka Tucker-Abramson
Pages 73-94

Knowledge Work and the Commons in Barbara Kingsolver’s and Ann Pancake’s Appalachia
Heather Houser
Pages 95-115

Watching Time: Madison Smartt Bell’s All Souls’ Rising, Narrative, Historiography, and the Contemporary Historical Novel
Jordan R. Stone
Pages 116-145

The Limousine and Technicity in Don DeLillo’s Cosmopolis
Andrew Strombeck
Pages 146-167

Book Reviews
Pages 169-194

Pages 195-196

Issue 2

Editor: John N. Duvall
Associate Editor: Robert P. Marzec

Special Issue: Enduring Operations: The Wars in Afghanistan and Iraq
Guest Editors: Aaron DeRosa and Stacey Peebles


Enduring Operations: Narratives of the Contemporary Wars
Aaron DeRosa and Stacey Peebles
Pages 203-224


Combat Prosthetics: Recovering the Literaure of the Wounded Female Soldier in the War on Terror
Brenda Sanfilippo
Pages 225-246

Home/Land Insecurity, Or, un Desmadre en Aztlán: Virginia Grise's blu
Belinda Linn Rincón
Pages 247-269

Domestic Aerial Photography in the Era of Drone Warfare
J. D. Schnepf
Pages 270-287

Imagining Afghanistan in Deep Time: Nadeem Aslam and the Aesthetics of the Geologic Turn
Alla Ivanchikova
Pages 288-311

Beyond Recovery: Representing History and Memory in Iraq War Writing
Patrick Deer
Pages 312-335

Reframing War Stories: Multivoiced Novels of the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan
Jennifer Haytok
Pages 336-354

Iraq War Body Counts: Reportage, Photography, and Fiction
Roger Luckhurst
Pages 355-372

Spectator-Citizen-Soldier: History, Genre, and Gender in The Hurt Locker
Alex Vernon
Pages 373-396

Pages 397-398

Issue 3

Editor: John N. Duvall
Associate Editor: Robert P. Marzec

General Issue

Candy Boys and Chocolate Factories: Roald Dahl, Racialization, and Global Industry
Catherine Keyser
Pages 403-428

"Terrible Traps to Memory": National Monuments, Collective Memory, and Women in Henry James
Anna Despotopoulou
Pages 429-451

Hidden Cities, Hidden Selves: Lost-Race Romance in Pauline Hopkins's Of One Blood and Walter McDougall's The Hidden City
Julie A. Fiorelli
Pages 452-474

James Joyce the Regionalist: The Irish Homestead, Dubliners, and Modernism's Regional Affect
Dathalinn O'Dea
Pages 475-501

Steinbeck's Migrants: Families on the Move and the Politics of Resource Management
Bryan Yazell
Pages 502-523

Specters of Communication: Supernatural Media in Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow
Patrick Whitmarsh
Pages 524-546

Eating at the Empire Table: Cormac McCarthy's The Road and the Anglo-Irish Gothic
Lydia Cooper
Pages 547-570

Book Reviews
Pages 571-602

Pages 603-604


Issue 4

Editor: John N. Duvall
Associate Editor: Robert P. Marzec

General Issue

Its Beauty, Danger, and Feverish Thrill: Speed and Cycling Women in Fin de Siècle Fiction
Eva Chen
Pages 607-627

The Planes Made One Think: Virginia Woolf's Between the Acts and Invasion Literature
Jackson Ayres
Pages 628-650

Chastity on the Western Front: Sexual Politics in Wharton's A Son at the Front and Rinehart's Dangerous Days 
Layne Parish Craig
Pages 651-673

Mexico, Revolution, and Indigenous Politics in D. H. Lawrence's The Plumed Serpent 
David Barnes
Pages 674-693

Ali Smith, Enthusiasm, and the Literary Market
Rebecca Pohl
Pages 694-713

New Britain, Old England: Heritage Renewed in Atonement
Katherine C. Henderson
Pages 714-736

Suicide and the Afterlife of the Cold War: Accident, Intentionality, and Periodicity in Paul Auster's Leviathan and Jeffrey Eugenides's The Virgin Suicides 
Dustin R. Iler
Pages 737-758

Book Reviews
Pages 759-791

Pages 792-793


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