Modern Fiction Studies Department of English

Volume 49 - 2003

[Issue 1 2 3 4]

Issue 1

Guest Editors: Paula Moya and Ramón Saldivar
Special Issue: Fictions of the Trans-American Imaginary

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Fictions of the Trans-American Imaginary
Paula Moya and Ramón Saldivar
Pages 1-18

Which America is Ours? Marti's "Truth" and the Foundations of "American Literature"
Michael Hames-Garcia
Pages 19-53

Utopia Latina: The Ordinary Seaman in Extraordinary Times
Kirsten Silva Gruesz
Pages 54-83

In Search of the "Mexican Elvis": Border Matters, "Americanity," and the Post-state-centric Thinking
José David Saldívar
Pages 84-100

The Epistemology of Slave Conspiracy
Susan Gillman
Pages 101-123

Speaking in Typeface: Characterizing Stereotypes in Gayl Jones'sMosquito
Carrie Tirado Bramen
Pages 124-154

Dis(re)membered Bodies: Cormac McCarthy's Border Fiction
Mark A. Eaton
Pages 155-180

Issue 2

Editor: John N. Duvall
Associate Editor: Nancy J. Peterson
General Issue

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"Out of It": Alienation and Coercion in D. H. Lawrence
Anne E. Fernald
Pages 183-203

"The Bible Lies the one Way, but the Night-Gown the Other": Dr. Matthew O'Connor, Confession, and Gender in Djuana Barnes'sNightwood
Laura J. Veltman
Pages 204-227

The War of the Roses: Sexual Politics in Henry Green's Back
Kristine Miller
Pages 228-245

Beckett's Measures" Principles of Pleasure in Molloy and "First Love"
Daniel Katz
Pages 246-260

Slave Cyborgs and the Black Infovirus; Ishmael Reed's Cybernetic Aesthetics
Michael A. Chaney
Pages 261-283

Smoke of the Savannah: Traveling Modernity in Sembene Ousmane's God's Bits of Wood
Marian Aguiar
Pages 284-305

Gay Identity, Conjure, and the Uses of Postmodern Ethnography in the Fictions of Randall Kenan
Lindsey Tucker
Pages 306-331

Review Essay: Salman Rushdie's Metaphorical Other Worlds
Andres Teverson
Pages 332-340

Review Essay: The Literature of Allegorical Occupations
Jan B. Gordon
Pages 341-347

Review Essay: The Ambivalent Detective
Amy Hungerford
Pages 348-356

Issue 3

Editors: John N. Duvall and Nancy J. Peterson
Special Issue: Racechange and the Fictions of Identity

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Introduction: Racechange and the Fictions of Identity
John N. Duvall and Nancy J. Peterson
Pages 409-413

Harlem's Queer Dandy: African-American Modernism and the Artifice of Blackness
Elisa F. Glick
Pages 414-442

White Skin, White Mask: Passing, Posing, and Performing in The Great Gatsby
Meredith Goldsmith
Pages 443-469

Secret Integrations: Black Humor and the Critique of Whiteness
William Solomon
Pages 469-495

Going Home: Hemingway, Primitivism, and Identity
Suzanne del Gizzo
Pages 496-523

The Melting Pot That Boiled Over: Racial Fetishism and theLingua Franca of Jack Kerouac's Fiction
Brendon Nicholls
Pages 524-549

Whispers of Norbury: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and the Modernist Crisis of Racial (Un)Detection
Jinny Huh
Pages 550-580

That "Ugly World": Miscegenation and the Novel in Preapartheid South Africa
Peter Blair
Pages 581-613

Minstrelsy's Racechanging Numbers: A Postscript to Racechange and the Fictions of Identity
Susan Gubar
Pages 614-626

Issue 4

Editor: John N. Duvall
Associate Editor: Nancy J. Peterson
General Issue

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From Modernity's Detection to Modernist Detectives: Narrative Vision in the Work of Allan Pinkerton and Dashiell Hammett
Christopher T. Raczkowski
Pages 629-659

"Under the Lids of Jerusalem": The Guised Role of Jewishness in Henry James's The Golden Bowl
Liesl M. Olson
Pages 660-686

Property and Identity in The Custom of the Country
Ticien Marie Sassoubre
Pages 687-713

Diaspora Cruises: Queer Black Proletarianism in Claude McKay'sA Long Way from Home
Gary E. Holcomb
Pages 714-745

The Business of Patriarchy: Black Paternity and Illegitimate Economies in Richard Wright's The Long Dream
Elizabeth Yukins
Pages 746-779

Doing Things with Ethics: BelovedSula, and the Reading of Judgment
Yung-Hsing Wu
Pages 780-805

Review Essay: Liberating Henry James
Rishona Zimring
Pages 806-816

Review Essay: History's Echo
Tracey Teets Schwarze
Pages 816-823

Review Essay: Fascism and the Literary Imagination
Erin G. Carlston
Pages 824-833

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