Modern Fiction Studies Department of English

Volume 53 - 2007

[Issue 1 2 3 4]

Issue 1

Editor: John N. Duvall
Associate Editor: Maren Linett
General Issue

(Note: This entire volume is available online through Project Muse)

"Treblinka, A Rather Musical Word": Carole Maso's Post-Holocaust Narrative
Robin Silbergleid
Pages 1-26

Blood and Soil in Anne Michael's Fugitive Pieces: The Pastoral in Holocaust Literature
Donna Coffey
Pages 27-49

Making Modern Parents in Ernest Hemingway's "Hills Like White Elephants" and Viña Delmar's Bad Girl
Meg Gillette
Pages 50-69

Memory, Memorialization, and the Transformation of Johannesburg: Ivan Vladislavić's The Restless Supermarket andPropaganda by Monuments
Shane Graham
Pages 70-96

Zulfikar Ghose's The Triple Mirror of the Self and Cosmopolitan Authentication 
Sarah Brouillette
Pages 97-119

Alice Randall's The Wind Done Gone and the Ludic in African American Historical Fiction
Thomas F. Haddox
Pages 120-139

From Virtue to Virtual: DeLillo's Cosmopolis and the Corruption of the Absent Body
Russell Valentino
Pages 140-162

Review Essay: New Millennial Joyce
Gregory Castle
Pages 163-173

Review Essay: Revisiting the Catholic Literary Imagination
Douglas Robillard Jr.
Pages 174-182

Book Reviews
Pages 183-221

Contributors
Pages 252-223

Issue 2

   Editor: Susan Osborn         Special Issue: Elizabeth Bowen

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Elizabeth Bowen: New Directions for Critical Thinking
Susan Osborn
Pages 225-237

Unstable Compounds: Bowen’s Beckettian Affinities
Sinéad Mooney
Pages 238-256

Virgins of Empire: The Last September and the Antidevelopmental Plot
Jed Esty
Pages 257-275

“Something Else”: Gendering Onliness in Elizabeth Bowen’s Early Fiction
Elizabeth Cullingford
Pages 276-305

“Expressive Objects”: Elizabeth Bowen’s Narrative Materializes
Elizabeth C. Inglesby
Pages 306-333

“That Eternal 'Now'”: Memory and Subjectivity in Elizabeth Bowen’s Seven Winters
Victoria Stewart
Pages 334-350

The Impersonal Personal: Value, Voice, and Agency in Elizabeth Bowen’s Literary and Social Criticism
Brook Miller
Pages 351-369

Elizabeth Bowen: A Selected Bibliography
Marcia Farrell
Pages 370-400

Contributors
Pages 401-402

       

Issue 3

Editor: John N. Duvall
Associate Editor: Robert P. Marzec
General Issue

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Graham Greene’s and Carol Reed’s The Third Man: When a Cowboy Comes to Vienna
Michael Sinowitz
Pages 405-433

From Superhuman to Posthuman: The Gothic Technological Imaginary in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and Octavia Butler’sXenogenesis
Theodora Goss and John Paul Riquelme
Pages 434-459

The Unreliable Ripley: Irony and Satire in Robert McLiam Wilson’sRipley Bogle
Elke D’hoker
Pages 460-477

Women’s Bodies as Sites of (Trans)National Politics in Cristina Garcia’s The Aguero Sisters
Teresa Derrickson
Pages 478-500

“We are Not the World”: Global Village, Universalism, and Karen Tei Yamashita’s Tropic of Orange
Sue-Im Lee
Pages 501-527

Performing the Body in Don DeLillo’s The Body Artist
Anne Longmuir
Pages 528-543

Interpreting Our World: Authority and the Written Word in Robert J. Conley’s Real People Series
Chris Teuton
Pages 544-568

Review Essay: Leavis’s Grandchildren? New Perspectives on Science and Modernism
Suzanne Black
Pages 569-577

Review Essay: Suffering in Silence—or in English
Ian Almond
Pages 578-583

Review essay: The DeLillo Dilemma
Glen Scott Allen
Pages 584-593

Book Reviews
Pages 594-656

Contributors
Pages 657-658

Issue 4

Editor: John N. Duvall
Associate Editor: Robert P. Marzec
General Issue

(Note: This entire volume is available online through Project Muse)

“When the Indian Was in Vogue”: D. H. Lawrence, Aldous Huxley, and Ethnological Tourism in the Southwest
Carey Snyder
Pages 662-696

“Those Were Troublesome Times in Ireland, I Understand”: Ireland, the Limits of Knowledge, and Ford Madox Ford’s The Good Soldier
Rob Doggett
Pages 697-721

Virginia Woolf’s Veil: The Feminist Intellectual and the Organization of Public Space
Merry Pawlowski
Pages 722-751

Nella Larsen, Librarian at 135th Street
Karin Roffman
Pages 752-787

Beyond Oedipus: Lucas Beauchamp, Ned Barnett, and Faulkner’s Intruder in the Dust
Doreen Fowler
Pages 788-820

Mary McCarthy’s Field Guide to US Intellectuals: Tradition and Modernization Theory in Birds of America
Stephen Schryer
Pages 821-844

Taking the Maggie: Money, Sovereignty, and Masculinity in British Fiction of the Eighties
Nicky Marsh
Pages 845-866

Review Essay: Interpreting Asian American Identity and Subjectivity
Juliana Chang
Pages 867-875

Review Essay: The Simple Art of Murder Criticism
Christopher T. Raczkowski
Pages 876-886

Book Reviews
Pages 887-915

Contributors
Pages 916-917

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