Modern Fiction Studies Department of English

Volume 44 - 1998

[Issue 1 2 3 4]

Issue 1

Guest Editors: Aparajita Sagar and Marcia Stephenson
Special Issue: Contested Spaces in the Caribbean and the Américas

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Introduction: Contested Spaces in the Caribbean and the Américas
Aparajita Sagar and Marcia Stephenson
Pages 1-9

Colonial Domination and the Subordination of the Indigenous Woman in Bolivia (Trans. Christine Taff with Marcia Stephenson)
María Eugenia Choque Quispe
Pages 10-23

The Economy of Performance: Gómez-Peña's New World Border
Jill S. Juhnheim
Pages 24-35

Spirit Glyphs: Reimagining Art and Artist in the Work of ChicanaTlamantinime
Laura E. Pérez
Pages 36-76

Comparative Diasporas: The Local and the Mobile in Abraham Cahan and Alberto Gerchunoff
Dalia Kandiyoti
Pages 77-122

Translations of Gender, Pain, and Space: Wilson Harris's The Carnival Trilogy
Kerry L. Johnson
Pages 123-143

"I Suck Coarse Salt": Caribbean Women Writers in Canada and the Politics of Transcendence
Meredity Gadsby
Pages 144-163

Gender and Exile: Jamaica Kincaid's Lucy
Kristen Mahlis
Pages 164-182

The Angel of History's Forged Signature: The Ruins of Memory and the Task of Mourning in a Brazilian Post-Dictatorial Novel
Idelber Avelar
Pages 183-214

Infiernos Imaginarios: Puerto Rican Marginality in Abniel Marat'sdios en el Playgirl de noviembre and Eugenio María de Hostos's La Peregrenación de Bayoán
Ramón E. Soto-Crespo
Pages 215-239

Tenderness: A Mediator of Identity and Gender Construction in Politics
Ileana Rodríguez
Pages 240-249

Contributors
Pages 250-251

Issue 2

Editor:  William J. Palmer
Assistant Editor: Nancy J. Peterson
General Issue

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Conradian Alienation and Imperial Intimacy
Sarah Cole
Pages 251-281

John Dos Passos, Anglo-Saxon
Jon Smith
Pages 282-305

Modern Taste and the Body Beautiful in Nathanael West's The Day of the Locust
Susan Edmunds
Pages 306-330

"Unyoung, Unpoor, Unblack": John Updike and the Construction of Middle American Masculinity
Sally Robinson
Pages 331-363

Powerful Differences: Critique and Eros in Jeanette Winterson and Virginia Woolf
Christy L. Burns
Pages 364-392

Book Reviews
Pages 393-503

Contributors
Pages 504-505

Issue 3

Guest Editor:  Margot Norris
Special Issue: Modernisms and Modern Wars

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Introduction: Modernisms and Modern Wars
Margot Norris
Pages 505-512

"Blown to bits!": Katherine Mansfield's "The Garden-Party" and the Great War
Christine Darrohn
Pages 513-539

The "Still-Born Generation": Decadence and the Great War in H. D.'s Fiction
Matthew Kibble
Pages 540-567

"Even cake gets to have another meaning": History, Narrative, and "Daily Living" in Gertrude Stein's World War II Writings
Phoebe Stein Davis
Pages 568-607

Gertrude Stein's "Lifting Belly" and the Great War
David M. Owens
Pages 608-618

"So, I, who had never had a war . . .": William Faulkner, War, and the Modern Imagination
Donald M. Kartiganer
Pages 619-648

Trauma and Recovery in Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway
Karen DeMeester
Pages 649-673

Open to Suggestion: Hypnosis and History in Pat Barker'sRegeneration
Anne Whitehead
Pages 674-694

"Excremental Assault" in Tim O'Brien: Trauma and Recovery in Vietnam War Literature
David R. Jarraway
Pages 695-714

"Infinities of Absolution": Reason, Rumor, and Duty in Joseph Conrad's "The Tale"
Celia M. Kingsbury
Pages 715-729

Modernism and Vietnam: Francis Ford Coppola's Apocalypse Now
Margot Norris
Pages 730-766

"Do you remember to-morrow?": Modernism and its Second War in Malcolm Lowry's Under the Volcano
Damon Marcel DeCoste
Pages 767-791

"Camp follower of catastrophe": Martha Gellhorn's World War II Challenge to the Modernist War
Phyllis Lassner
Pages 792-812

(Review Essay) "Adversary Proceedings": Recent Books on War and Modernism
Andrew J. Kunka
Pages 813-833

Contributors
Pages 834-835

Issue 4

Editor:  William J. Palmer
Assistant Editor: Nancy J. Peterson
General Issue

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The Cost of Feeling: Emotional Injury in Henry James's The Golden Bowl
Jennifer Travis
Pages 837-864

Henry Green's War: "The Lull" and the Postwar Demise of Green's Modernist Aesthetic
David Deeming
Pages 865-887

Forms of Chicana Feminist Resistance: Hybrid Spirituality in Ana Castillo's So Far from God
Theresa Delgadillo
Pages 888-916

"Let Me Tell You": About Desire and Narrativity in Swift'sWaterland
Robert K. Irish
Pages 917-934

Exhausting Heteronarrative: The American Woman in the Chinese Hat
Grant Stirling
Pages 935-958

Narrative Reversals and the Thermodynamics of History in Martin Amis's Time's Arrow
Richard Menke
Pages 959-980

Book Reviews
Pages 981-1079

Contributors
Pages 1080-1081

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