Modern Fiction Studies Department of English

Volume 40 - 2004

[Issue 1 2 3 4]

Issue 1

Guest Editor: Laura Doyle
Special Issue: Virginia Woolf

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Introduction: What's Between Us?
Laura Doyle
Pages 1-7

Mrs. Thatcher and Mrs. Woolf
Mark Hussey
Pages 8-30

"These Ghost Figures of Distorted Passion": Becoming Privy to Working-Class Desire in "The Watering Place and "The Ladies Lavatory"
Heather Levy
Pages 31-57

Orienting Virginia Woolf: Race, Aesthetics, and Politics in To the Lighthouse
Urmila Seshagiri
Pages 58-84

The Empire from the Street: Virginia Woolf, Wembley, and Imperial Monuments
Scott Cohen
Pages 85-109

Giving Up the Ghost: National and Literary Haunting in Orlando
Erica L. Johnson
Pages 110-128

A British War and Peace? Virginia Woolf Reads Tolstoy
Emily Dalgarno
Pages 129-150

Ethical Folds: Ethics, Aesthetics, Woolf
Jessica Berman
Pages 151-172

Consolation Refused: Virginia Woolf, the Great War, and Modernist Mourning
Tammy Clewell
Pages 197-223

(Review Essay) From Supernova to Manuscript Page: Circling Woolf
Maren Linett
Pages 224-240

Virginia Woolf Scholarship from 1991 to 2003: A Selected Bibliography
Justine Dymond
Pages 241-279

Issue 2

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

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A "Patch of England, at a three-thousand-Mile Off-set"? Representing America in Mason & Dixon
Stacey Olster
Pages 283-302

Productions of Geographic Scale and Capitalist-Colonialist Enterprise in Leslie Marmon Silko's Almanac of the Dead
Ann Brigham
Pages 303-331

Does Mourning Require a Subject? Samuel Beckett's Texts for Nothing
Jonathan Boulter
Pages 332-350

Delirious Henry James: A Small Boy and New York
Mark Goble
Pages 351-384

Riotous Discontent: Ralph Ellison's "birth of a nation"
Nicole A. Waligora-Davis
Pages 385-410

Faulkner's Return to the Freudian Father: Sanctuary Reconsidered
Doreen Fowler
Pages 411-434

Borges the Post-Orientalist: Images of Islam from the Edge of the West
Ian Almond
Pages 435-459

Review Essay: Postfrontier Horizons
Stephen Tatum
Pages 460-468

Review Essay: Cartographies of Resistance: Poetics and Politics of Space in Chicano/a Writing
Elisabeth Mermann-Jozwiak
Pages 469-476

Biannual Index, Volumes 48 & 49
Pages 542-549

Issue 3

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

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Pure Shores: Travel, Consumption, and Alex Garland's The Beach
James Annesley
Pages 551-569

Suffrage Burlesque: Modernist Performance in Elizabeth Robins'sThe Convert
Laura Winkiel
Pages 570-594

The Picture of Charles Bon: Oscar Wilde's Trip through Faulkner's Yoknapatawpha
Ellen Crowell
595-631

Internalizing Mastery: Jean Rhys, Ford Madox Ford, and the Fiction of Autobiography
Annette Gilson
Pages 632-656

History and Fiction: The Narrative Voices of Pynchon's Gravity Rainbow
Paul A. Bové
Pages 657-680

"What isn't there" in Margaret Atwood's The Blind Assassin: The Psychoanalysis of Duplicity
Ruth Parkin-Gounelas
Pages 681-700

"Greening" Postcolonialism: Ecocritical Perspectives
Graham Huggan
Pages 701-733

Review Essay: Gender and Science Fiction
Robin Roberts
Pages 734-739

Issue 4

Guest Editor: Shaun F. D. Hughes
Special Issue: J. R. R. Tolkien

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Introduction: Postmodern Tolkien
Shaun F. D. Hughes
Pages 807-813

The Qualities of a Tolkienian Fairy-Story
Clyde B. Northrup
Pages 814-838

Stolen Language, Cosmic Models: Myth and Mythology in Tolkien
Margaret Hiley
Pages 838-860

Why is the Only Good Orc a Dead Orc? The Dark Face of Racism Examined in Tolkien's World
Anderson Rearick III
Pages 861-874

Beyond Black and White: Race and Postmodernism in The Lord of the Rings Films
Sue Kim
Pages 875-907

Gazing Upon Sauron: Hobbits, Elves, and The Queering of the Queering of the Postcolonial Optic
Jes Battis
Pages 908-926

On Fairy Stories
Valerie Rohy
Pages 927-948

"Oh . . . oh . . . Frodo!" Readings of Male Intimacy in The Lord of the Rings
Anna Smol
Pages 949-979

Review Essay: Tolkien Worldwide
Shaun F. D. Hughes
Pages 980-1014

A Tolkien Checklist: Selected Criticism 1981-2004
Richard C. West
Pages 1014-1028

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