Modern Fiction Studies Department of English

Volume 38 - 1992

[Issue 1 2 3 4]

Issue 1

Guest Editor: Ellen Carol Jones
Special Issue: Virginia Woolf

Figuring Woolf
Ellen Carol Jones
Pages 1-14

Acknowledgements and Abbreviations
Pages 15-20

What's Woolf Got to Do with It? The Perils of Popularity
Brenda R. Silver
Pages 21-60

Virginia Woolf on the Outside Looking Down: Reflections on the Class of Women
Mary M. Childers
Pages 61-80

Virginia Woolf and the Scene of Writing
Patricia Moran
Pages 81-100

Virginia Woolf's Pedagogical Scenes of Reading: The Voyage Out,The Common Reader, and Her "Common Readers"
Susan Stanford Friedman
Pages 101-126

Refractions of Desire: The Early Fiction of Virginia and Leonard Woolf
Mark Hussey
Pages 127-146

The Subject in Jacob's Room
Edward L. Bishop
Pages 147-176

"I" on the Run: Crisis of Identity in Mrs. Dalloway
Ban Wang
Pages 177-192

What Miss Kilman's Petticoat Means; Virginia Woolf, Shopping, and Spectacle
Reginald Abbott
Pages 193-216

"Robbed of Meaning": The Work at the Center of To the Lighthouse
Mary Lou Emery
Pages 217-234

Orlando and Incandescence: Virginia Woolf's Comic Sublime
Kari Elise Lokke
Pages 235-252

Orlando's Voyage Out
Karen R. Lawrence
Pages 253-278

Virginia Woolf: Unrecorded Times Literary Supplement Reviews
B. J. Kirkpatrick
Pages 279-283

Selected Times Literary Supplement Reviews
Virginia Woolf
Pages 284-302

Criticism of Virginia Woolf from 1972 to December 1990: A Selected Checklist
Laura Sue Fuderer
Pages 303-342

Contributors
Pages 343-345

Issue 2

Editor:  William J. Stuckey
General Issue

Contributors
Page 354

"Beggaring Description": Politics and Style in Joyce's "Eumaeus"
Karen R. Lawrence
Pages 355-576

Triptych Vision: Voyeurism and Screen Memories in Joyce'sPortrait
Robert Crooks
Pages 377-402

Writing as Paradox in Rilke's Notebooks on Malte Laurids Brigge
Jock Macleod
Pages 403-426

The Functions of Myth in John Barth's Chimera
John B. Vickery
Pages 427-435

Black Earth, White Myth: A Note on Coetzee's Michael K
Derek Wright
Pages 435-444

The Professor's House and the Professor's Houses
Michael Leddy
Pages 444-454

Recent Books on Modern Fiction
Pages 455-542

Issue 3

Guest Editor:  Ellen Carol Jones
Special Issue: The Politics of Modernism

Writing the Modern: The Politics of Modernism
Ellen Carol Jones
Pages 549-566

Postmodernity and the Politics of Multiculturalism: The Lyotard-Habermas Debate over Social Theory
Mark Poster
Pages 567-580

Postmodernity and Nationalism: A European Perspective
Richard Kearney
Pages 581-596

Re-reading Pater: The Musical Aesthetics of Temporality
Brad Bucknell
Pages 597-614

Anarchy in the Flesh: Conrad's "Counterrevolutionary" Modernism and the Witz of the Political Unconscious
James F. English
Pages 615-630

The Politics of Modernist Form: Or, Who Rules The Waves?
Patrick McGee
Pages 631-652

The New Age and the Emergence of Reactionary Modernism before the Great War
Charles Ferrall
Pages 653-670

Poetry and Rhetoric of Dissent in Turn-of-the-Century Chicago
Hester L. Furey
Pages 671-686

Women's Ways in War: The Poetry and Politics of the Woman's Peace Party, 1915-1917
Mark Van Wienen
Pages 687-714

Cultural Work and Class Politics: Rereading and RemakingProletarian Literature in the United States
Lawrence F. Hanley
Pages 715-732

Lyric Politics: The Poetry of Edwin Rolfe
Cary Nelson
Pages 733-770

The "Boom" Novel and the Cold War in Latin America
Neil Larsen
Pages 771-786

Filming Ghosts: French Cinema and the Algerian War
Leslie Hill
Pages 787-804

Contributors
Pages 805-807

Issue 4

Editor:  Patrick O'Donnell
General Issue

From the Editor
Patrick O'Donnell
Pages 817-819

The Money Question at the Back of Everything: Clichés, Counterfeits, and Forgeries in Joyce's Eumaeus
Mark Osteen
Pages 821-844

The Energetics of Tarr: The Vortex-Machine Kreisler
Michael Wutz
Pages 845-872

Splitting the Différance: Beckett, Derrida and the Unnamable
Richard Begam
Pages 873-894

The Imaginary Universe of Umberto Eco: A Reading ofFoucault's Pendulum
JoAnn Cannon
Pages 895-910

The End of the End of History: Graham Swift's Waterland
John Schad
Pages 911-926

What Does It Mean to Work at Reading Narratives?
James Sosnoski and James Phelan
Pages 927-938

Recent Books on Modern Fiction
Pages 939-1007

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