Modern Fiction Studies Department of English

Volume 35 - 1989

[Issue 1 2 3 4]

Issue 1

Guest Editor: Timothy Brennan
Special Issue: Narratives of Colonial Resistance

Contributors
Page 2

Preface
Timothy Brennan
Pages 3-10

The Margin at the Center: On Testimonio (Testimonial Narrative)
John Beverley
Pages 11-28

Narrative in Prison: Stories from the Palestinian Intifada
Barbara Harlow
Pages 29-46

Colonial Resistance and Contemporary Angolan Narrative: A Vida Verdadeira de Domingos Xavier and Vidas Novas
Phyllis Reisman Butler
Pages 47-54

Requiems for Revolutions: Race-Sex Archetypes in Two African Novels
Derek Wright
Pages 55-70

Writing in the Shit: Beckett, Nationalism, and the Colonial Subject
David Lloyd
Pages 71-86

Resistance and Identity in Beur Narratives
Alec G. Hargreaves
Pages 87-102

Anticipatory Fiction: Bread and Wine and Liberation Theology
Tom Moylan
Pages 103-120

The Rising of the Bones
Cynthia Ward
Pages 121-136

Figures of Colonial Resistance
Jenny Sharpe
Pages 137-156

Decolonizing Culture: Toward a Theory for Postcolonial Women's Texts
Ketu H. Katrak
Pages 157-180

An Essay-Review
Caren Kaplan
Pages 181-186

Issue 2

Editor: William T. Stafford
General Issue

D. M. Thomas' The White Hotel: Mirrors, Triangles, and Sublime Repression
Robert D. Newman
Pages 193-210

Hardy's Laodicean Narrative
Linda M. Austin
Pages 211-222

Jewish American Literature's Lost-and-Found Department: How Philip Roth and Cynthia Ozick Reimagine their Significant Dead
Sanford Pinsker
Pages 223-236

Two Letters from John Gardner
Robert Randolph
Pages 237-241

Roger's Version: Updike's Negative-Solid Model of The Scarlet Letter
Raymond J. Wilson III
Pages 241-252

No God in the Sky and No God in My Self: "Godliness" and Anderson's Winesburg
Joseph Dewey
Pages 252-260

Recent Books on Modern Fiction
Pages 261-402

Issue 3

Guest Editor: Ellen Carol Jones
Special Issue: Feminist Readings of Joyce

Preface
Ellen Carol Jones
Pages 407-416

Abbreviations and Acknowledgments
Pages 417-419

Reading Authority: Feminism and Joyce
Patrick McGee
Pages 421-436

Resistance to Paralysis in Dubliners
Trevor Williams
Pages 437-458

The Question and the Quest: The Story of Mangan's Sister
Garry M. Leonard
Pages 459-478

Stifled Back Answers: The Gender Politics of Art in Joyce's "The Dead"
Margot Norris
Pages 479-506

The Pattern Out of the Wallpaper: Luce Irigaray and Molly Bloom
Annette Shandler Levitt
Pages 507-516

Joyce's Modernist Woman: Whose Last Word?
Diana E. Henderson
Pages 517-528

Molly's Resistance to the Union: Marriage and Colonialism in Dublin, 1904
Carol Shloss
Pages 529-542

Molly's Flow: The Writing of "Penelope" and the Question of Women's Language
Derek Attridge
Pages 543-568

Toward a Female Grammar of Sexuality: The De/Recomposition of "Storiella as she is syung"
Laurent Milesi
Pages 569-586

Apostrophizing the Feminine in Finnegans Wake
Shari Benstock
Pages 587-616

In the Palace of Magistrates: Joyce/Women/Writing: An Essay Review
Carol Shloss
Pages 617-633

Contributors
Page 634

Issue 4

Editor: William T. Stafford
General Issue

Telling Lies and Stories: Peter Carey's Bliss
A. J. Hassall
Pages 637-654

The Compositional Self in William Gaddis' JR
Joseph Tabbi
Pages 655-672

An American Messiah: Myth in Henry Roth's Call it Sleep
Lynn Altenbernd
Pages 673-688

Minimalism and the American Dream: "Shiloh" by Bobbie Ann Mason and "Preservation" by Raymond Carver
Barbara Henning
Pages 689-698

Toward Bliss: Barthes, Lacan, and Robbe-Grillet
Ben Stolzfus
Pages 699-707

In our Time as Self-Begetting Fiction
Elizabeth D. Vaughn
Pages 707-716

John Kennedy Toole, The Neon Bible, and a "Confederacy" of Friends and Relatives
Pat Carr
Pages 716-718

Correspondence
Pages 719-724

Recent Books on Modern Fiction
Pages 725-879

Author and Subject Index: Volume 35
Pages 880-885

Correction
Pages 886

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