Modern Fiction Studies Department of English

Volume 18 - 1972

[Issue 1 2 3 4]

Issue 1

Guest Editor: Thomas F. Staley
Special Issue: Italo Svevo

An Announcement and a Dedication
The Editors
Page 2

A Daughter's Tribute
Letizia Svevo Fonda Savio
Pages 3-6

Italo Svevo and the Ambience of Trieste
Thomas F. Staley
Pages 7-16

Zeno's Last Bomb
Gian-Paolo Biasin
Pages 17-32

Una Vita and the Family Romance
Paula Robison
Pages 33-44

Svevo's Inferiorità
Beno Weiss
Pages 45-52

Schopenhauer's Philosphy in Italo Svevo's La Coscienza di Zeno
Renata M. Treitel
Pages 53-64

Una Burla Riuscita: Irony as Hoax in Svevo
Paula Robison
Pages 65-80

Dialectical Element and Linguistic Complex in Italo Svevo
Demenico Cernecca
Pages 81-90

Discourse and the Conquest of Desire in Svevo's Fiction
Teresa de Lauretis
Pages 91-110

Italo Svevo and Trieste
Niny Rocco-Bergera
Pages 111-113

Svevo and Irredentism 
Lina Galli
Pages 114-116

Joyce and Svevo: A Note
Niny Rocco-Bergera
Pages 116-119

Criticism of Italo Svevo: A Selected Checklist
Frances C. Bloodgood and John W. Van Voorkin
Pages 119-131

Issue 2

Editors: William T. Stafford and Margaret Church
General Issue

Spatial Form as the Intrinsic Genre of Dostoevsky's Novels
James M. Curtis
Pages 135-154

The Narrator as Character in Hardy's Major Fiction
Daniel R. Schwarz
Pages 155-172

D. H. Lawrence's Greatest Collection of Short Stories--What Holds it Together
Leo Gurko
Pages 173-182

Comic Light in Heart of Darkness
Kenneth R. Lincoln
Pages 183-198

Disproportionate Doom: Tragic Irony in the Spanish Post Civil War Novel
Norma Louise Hutman
Pages 199-206

The Great Gatsby's "Romance of Motoring": Nick Carraway and Jordon Baker
Laurence E. MacPhee
Pages 207-213

The Single Narrator of As I Lay Dying
David M. Monaghan
Pages 213-220

A Housman Source in The Sound and the Fury
Joseph Brogunier
Pages 220-225

"Then, Venom, to thy Work": Pathological Representation inPierre et Jean
Robert Willard Artinian
Pages 225-229

Recent Books on Modern Fiction
 
Pages 231-326

Issue 3

Editors: William T. Stafford and Margaret Church
Special Issue: Virginia Woolf

The Lady in the Looking-Glass: Modes of Perception in a Short Story by Virginia Woolf
R. T. Chapman
Pages 331-338

Night and Day: Virginia Woolf's Visionary Synthesis of Reality
Melinda Feldt Cumings
Pages 339-350

The Self-Conscious Narrator in Jacob's Room
Barry Morgenstern
Pages 351-362

Elements of Mock-Heroic in Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway
Kenneth J. Ames
Pages 363-374

London as a Principle of Structure in Mrs. Dalloway
Miroslav Beker
Pages 375-386

The Symbolic Function of the Sun in Mrs. Dalloway
Marilyn Schauer Samuels
Pages 387-400

The Shawl and the Skull: Virginia Woolf's "Magic Mountain"
Lee M. Whitehead
Pages 401-416

Sexual Imagery in To the Lighthouse: A New Feminist Approach
Annis Pratt
Pages 417-432

Existence and Symbol in The Waves
Jack F. Stewart
Pages 433-448

"The Central Shadow": Characterization in The Waves
Susan Gorsky
Pages 449-466

The Fish Pond as Symbolic Center in Between the Acts
Stephen D. Fox
Pages 467-474

The Manuscript Revisions of Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway: A Postscript
Jacqueline E. M. Latham
Pages 475-476

Criticism of Virginia Woolf from 1956 to the Present: A Selected Checklist with an Index to Studies of Separate Works
Barbara Weiser
Pages 477-487

Issue 4

Editors: William T. Stafford and Margaret Church
General Issue

An Interview with Carlos Fuentes
Herman P. Doezema
Pages 491-504

The Mistaken Endeavor: Dostoevsky's Notes from Underground
Reed Merrill
Pages 505-516

Bill Gorton, the Preacher in The Sun Also Rises
Morton L. Ross
Pages 517-528

Incest and the Artist: Anthony Burgess's MF as Summation
Geoffrey Aggeler
Pages 529-544

The Pear Tree: Sexual Implications in Katherine Mansfield's "Bliss"
Helen E. Nebeker
Pages 545-551

The Fractured Crystal in Middlemarch and The Golden Bowl
Scott Byrd
Pages 551-555

No Spinach in Sanctuary
Pat M. Esslinger
Pages 555-559

Le Roi Mehaigné in Welty's "Keela, the Outcast Indian Maiden"
Charles E. May
Pages 559-566

Correspondence
Pages 567-570

Recent Books on Modern Fiction
Pages 571-650

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