Modern Fiction Studies Department of English

Volume 16 - 1970

[Issue 1 2 3 4]

Issue 1

Guest Editor: Margaret Church
Special Issue: The Modern French Novel

Novelists in Search of the Novel: The French Scene
Germaine Brée
Pages 3-12

Sartre, Robbe-Grillet and the Psychotic Hero
Dennis Porter
Pages 13-26

The Silence of The Stranger
C. Roland Wagner
Pages 27-40

Order and Excess in Butor's L'Emploi du temps
Arnold Weinstein
Pages 41-56

Michael Butor and the Myth of Racial Supremacy
Adèle Bloch
Pages 57-66

The Yet to Be Salvaged Céline: Guignol's Band
Allen Thiher
Pages 67-76

Sartre's "Chambre": The Story of Evebr /> James Greenlee
Pages 77-84

Five Modern French Novelists: A Bibliography
Margaret Church, Ronald Cummings and John Feaster
Pages 85-100

Correspondence
Mireille Frauenrath
Pages 101-102

Discussion
David G. Speer
Pages 102-104

Reviews
Edith Kern
Pages 104-108

Issue 2

Editorial Board: William T. Stafford (Chairman), William Bache, Margaret Church, and Mark Rowan

General Issue

A Tribute to Bradford Booth
Lawrence Clark Powell
Pages 111-116


Joseph Conrad's The Secret Agent and Graham Greene's It's a Battlefield: A Study in Structural Meaning
Lynne Cheney
Pages 117-132

Enigmas of Being in As I Lay Dying
Robert Hemenway
Pages 133-146

The Evolution of Wise Blood
Stuart L. Burns
Pages 147-162

Conrad's View of Primitive Peoples in Lord Jim and Heart of Darkness
John E. Saveson
Pages 163-184

"The Beast in the Jungle": An Analysis of James's Late Style
Jane P. Tompkins
Pages 185-192

Welty's "Social Consciousness": Revisions of "The Whistle"
W. U. McDonald, Jr.
Pages 193-198

J. D. Salinger and Robert Burns: The Catcher in the Rye
Luther S. Luedtke
Pages 198-201

The Murdoch Manuscripts at the University of Iowa: An Addendum
Frank Baldanza
Pages 201-203

Correspondence
William W. Rowe, Edward Wasiolek
Pages 203-207

Recent Books on Modern Fiction
Pages 207-266

Issue 3

Editorial Board: William T. Stafford (Chairman, on leave), William Bache, Margaret Church (Acting Chair), and Mark Rowan
Special Issue: William Dean Howells

Howells and the Manners of the Good Heart
James W. Tuttleton
Pages 271-288

Realism and the Romance of Real Life: Multiple Fictional Worlds in Howells' Novels
Charles L. Campbell
Pages 289-302

Ethic and Aesthetic: The Basil and Isabel March Stories of William Dean Howells
Jerome Klinkowitz
Pages 303-322

Howells: The "Realist" as Dickensian
Joseph H. Gardner
Pages 323-344

Howells and the Ghetto: "The Mystery of Misery"
Sanford E. Marovitz
Pages 345-362

Howells' Bridge: A Study of the Artistry of Indian Summer
Marion W. Cumpiano
Pages 363-382

"The Only Life We've Got": Myth and Morality in The Kentons
Tom H. Towers
Pages 383-394

Criticism of William Dean Howells: A Selected Checklist
Maurice Beebe
Pages 395-419


 Issue 4

Editorial Board: William T. Stafford (Chairman, on leave), William Bache, Margaret Church (Acting Chair), and Mark Rowan
General Issue

Isaac Bashevis Singer: Conversations in California
David M. Andersen
Pages 423-440

Stephen Crane and the Biographical Fallacy: The Cora Influence
Lillian Gilkes
Pages 441-462

"Do It to Julia": Thoughts on Orwell's 1984
James Connors
Pages 463-474

Irony and Style: The Example of Christopher Isherwood
Alan Wilde
Pages 475-490

Epic Machinery in Hemingway's For Whom the Bell Tolls
Gerry Brenner
Pages 491-504

The Hippopotamian Question: A Note on Aldous Huxley's Unfinished Novel
Jerome Mickier
Pages 505-514

Ford Madox Ford: "Three Dedicatory Letters to Parade's End" with Commentary and Notes
Samuel Hynes
Pages 515-528

Faulkner's "Furniture Repairer and Dealer": Knitting Up Light in August
H. C. Nash
Pages 529-531

The Role of the Blind Piano Tuner in Joyce's Ulysses
Helen R. Whaley
Pages 531-535

Mark Twain's "The War Prayer"
Allison Ensor
Pages 535-540

Recent Books on Modern Fiction
Pages 541-577

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