Modern Fiction Studies Department of English

Volume 19 -1973

[Issue 1 2 3 4]

Issue 1

Editors: William T. Stafford and Margaret Church
Special Issue: Recent American Fiction

The Celebration of Solipsism: A New Trend in American Fiction
Arlen J. Hansen
Pages 5-16

Mr. Sammler's Planet: Bellow's Failure of Nerve
David Galloway
Pages 17-28

Flannery O'Connor and the Demonic
Preston M. Browning, Jr.
Pages 29-42

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and the High Cost of Living
Terence Martin
Pages 43-56

The Literary Career of Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.
Jerome Klinkowitz
Pages 57-68

Lingering on the Autognostic Verge: John Barth's Lost in the Funhouse
Beverly Gray Bienstock
Pages 69-78

Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49: The Novel as Subversive Experience
Annette Kolodny and Daniel James Peters
Pages 79-88

The "Internalized Quest Romance" in Hawkes's The Lime Twig
John M. Warner
Pages 89-96

But This is What it Is to Live in Hell: William Gass's "In the Heart of the Heart of the Country"
Frederick Busch
Pages 97-108

Richard Brautigan and the Modern Pastoral
Neil Schmitz
Pages 109-126

General Studies of Recent American Fiction: A Selected Checklist
Howard Harper
Pages 127-133

Issue 2

Editors: William T. Stafford and Margaret Church
General Issue

Two New Stories by "Saki" with an Introduction
James R. Thrane
Pages 139-152

Gothic as Vortex: The Form of Horror in Capote, Faulkner, and Styron
J. Douglas Perry, Jr.
Pages 153-168

The Master and Margarita as Creative Process
Pierre R. Hart
Pages 169-178

In Search of the True America: Dos Passos' Debt to Whitman inU.S.A.
Lois Hughson
Pages 179-192

The Whale as Shaggy Dog: Melville and "The Man Who Studied Yoga"
Frederick Busch
Pages 193-206

Absalom, Absalom! and the Negro Question
John V. Hagopian
Pages 207-211

Proust's Magic Lantern
Emily Zants
Pages 211-216

Plot-Theme Fusion in The Plague
Francis J. Henninger
Pages 216-221

Fugal Structure in the Sirens Episode of Ulysses
David W. Cole
Pages 221-226

Correspondence
Pages 227-230

Recent Books on Modern Fiction
Pages 231-312

Issue 3

Editors: William T. Stafford and Margaret Church
Special Issue: Jorge Louis Borges

June 1968 
Jorge Louis Borges
Page 316

Behind "Borges and I"
Donald A. Yates
Pages 317-324

Symbols in Borges' Work
Emir Rodríguez-Monegal
Pages 325-340

Borges and Structuralism: Toward an Implied Poetics
David William Foster
Pages 341-352

The Mirror and the Lie: Two Stories by Jorge Luis Borges and Adolfo Bioy Casares
Alfred J. Mac Adam
Pages 353-362

Borges and the (Somewhat) Personal Narrator
Thomas E. Lyon
Pages 363-372

The Committed Side of Borges
Carter Wheelock
Pages 373-380

"The God's Script"--A Kabbalistic Quest
Saúl Sosnowski
Pages 381-394

The Endlessness in Borges' Fiction
Carlos Navarro
Pages 395-406

Coitus Interruptus: Sexual Transubstantiation in the Works of Jorge Louis Borges
Robert Lima
Pages 407-418

Borges and the "Wicked" Thoughts of Paul Valéry
J.A.E. Loubère
Pages 419-432

Creatures and Creators in Lolita and "Death and the Compass"
Lewis H. Rubman
Pages 433-452

Tlön, Llhuros, N. Daly, J. L. Borges
Clark M. Zlotchew
Pages 453-460

Borges the Heresiarch Mutakallimun
Djelal Kadir
Pages 461-468

Review
Mary G. Berg
Pages 469-474

Critical Studies on Jorge Luis Borges
Robert L. Fiore
Pages 475-483

Issue 4

Editors: William T. Stafford and Margaret Church
General Issue

Salvation through Drinking in Marguerite Duras' Short Stories
Alfred Cismaru
Pages 487-496

Faulkner and the Adamic Myth: Faulkner's Moral Vision
Herman E. Spivey
Pages 497-506

Pindar and Saint-Exupéry: The Heroic Form of Space
Joseph Kestner
Pages 507-516

The Poem of Santiago and Manolin
Linda W. Wagner
Pages 517-530

Les Liaisons Dangereuses and The Golden Bowl: Maggie's "Loving Reason"
Mildred S. Greene
Pages 531-540

Shakespeare and Mann's Doctor Faustus
Jeffrey Meyer
Pages 541-545

Myth and Style in Djuna Barnes's Nightwood
Edward Gunn
Pages 545-555

The Architecture of Turgenev's Fathers and Sons
Joel Blair
Pages 555-563

The Begetting of Gatsby
Taylor Alderman
Pages 563-565

Correspondence
Pages 573-578

Recent Books on Modern Fiction
Pages 579-671

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