Modern Fiction Studies Department of English

Volume 66 - 2020

[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

Special Issue: Literature and Extraction
Guest Editors: Alok Amatya and Ashley Dawson

Literature in an Age of Extraction: An Introduction
Alok Amatya and Ashley Dawson
Pages 1-19

Resouce Wars and Resourceful Resistance: Gender Violence and Irreal Oil Environments in Two Global Novels by Woman
Susan Comfort
Pages 20-51

Gothic Toxicity and the Mysteries of Nondisclosure in American Hydrofracking
Jason Molesky
Pages 52-77

Indigenous-Washing and the Petro-Hero in Genre Fiction of the North American Oil Boom
Sara L. Crosby and Anna J. Willow
Pages 78-100

Light, Energy, and Gendered Oil Gluttony: Juan TomàÀvila Laurel's Challenges to Petrocapitalism
Joanna Allan
Pages 101-21

Waiting on the Past: African Uranium Futures in Arlit, Deuxième Paris
Carmela Garritano
Pages 122-40

Digital Deepwater Imaginaries in Brenda Longfellow's Offshore
Delia Byrnes
Pages 141-63

The Extractive Logic of Fossil Capital in H. G. Well's Scientific Prophecy
Caleb Fridell
Pages 164-89

The Great Arrangement: Planetary Petrofiction and Novel Futures
Shouhei Tanaki
Pages 190-215

Pages 216-17

Issue 2

Special Issue: Memory, Migration, and Modern Fiction
Guest Editors: Ellen G. Friedman and Mindi McMann

Memory, Migration, and Modern Fiction: An Introduction
Ellen G. Friedman and Mindi McMann
Pages 221-38

"We Are All Migrants": The Refugee Novel and the Claims of Universalism
Yogita Goyal
Pages 239-59

The States of Memory: National Narratives of Belonging, the Refugee Novel, and Jenny Erpenbeck's Go, Went, Gone
Jennifer M. Gully and Lynn Mie Itagaki
Pages 260-80

Citizens of the Imagination: Refugee Memory in Viet Thanh Nguyen's The Sympathizer and Nothing Ever Dies: Vietnam and the Memory of War
Sandra Kumamoto Stanley
Pages 281-300

Connected Memoryscapes of Silence in Micheline Aharonian Marcom's Draining the Sea
Helen Makhdoumian
Pages 301-24

Decolonial Memory and Nuclear Migration in Albert Wendt's Black Rainbow
Rebecca H. Hogue
Pages 325-48

"Soon We Will Grow Tails": Animal Stories, Memory, and Reimagining the Not-Quite-Human in Madeleine Thien’s Dogs at the Perimeter
Nandini Thiyagarajan
Pages 349-70

Whiteness, Displacement, and the Postimperial Imaginary in Christine Brooke-Rose's Out
Patrick Burley
Pages 371-95

Changing Approaches to Migration Memory in Irish Fiction: Beyond the Transactional Migration Model
Molly Ferguson
Pages 396-415

Pages 416-17

Issue 3

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

"'There's a Song There, Really': Evelyn Waugh's Vile Bodies, the Musical Revue, and Early Sound Film"
Lara Ehrenfried
Pages 423-449

"Traveling Homes in Interwar Modernism: 'New Forms of Living' in Cold Comfort Farm"
Alexandra Peat
Pages 450-473

"Cultivating the Classical Style: The Stanford-Denver Creative Writing Axis"
Anthony Hutchison
Pages 474-498

"'The Law Is Just Words After All': Torture, Truth, and Language in the Post-9/11 US and Percival Everett's The Water Cure"
Wendy McMahon
Pages 499-526

Control and the Novel: Dave Eggers and Disciplinary Form
Frida Beckman
Pages 527-46

Faulkner And
Catherine Gunther Kodat
Pages 547-61

Book Reviews
Pages 562-92

Page 593

Issue 4 

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

Making Time: Pacific Futures in Kiribati's Migration with Dignity, Kathy Jetñil-Kijiner's Ipe Jaltok, and Keri Hulme's Stonefish
Rebecca Oh
Pages 597-619

Cosmopolitan Secrets: The Racialist Affordances of Equivocation in James's The American
Pardis Dabashi
Pages 620-649

Print Culture, Queer Form, and Mark Twain's No. 44, The Mysterious Stranger
Benjamin Mangrum
Pages 650-75

A Hymn of Faith Is a Tale of Love: Lohengrin and Romance in Du Bois's "Of the Coming of John"
Erika Renée Williams
Pages 676-701

Dashiell Hammett's The Maltese Falcon as World Literature: Global Circuits of Translation, Money, and Exchange
Andrew Pepper
Pages 702-23

Repressed Memory, Testimony, and Agency in Toni Morrison's Home
Evelyn Jaffe Schreiber
Pages 724-54

Warrior Genes
Clare Barker
Pages 755-779

Book Reviews
Pages 780-803

Pages 804-05

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