Modern Fiction Studies Department of English

Volume 57 - 2011

[Issue 1 2 3 4]

Issue 1

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

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Humpty Dumpty in New York: Language and Regime Change in Paul Auster's City of Glass
Sylvia Söderlind
Pages 1-16

"The Vision-Building Faculty": Naturalist Vision in The House of Mirth
Laura Saltz
Pages 17-46

Violent Immolations: Species Discourse, Sacrifice, and the Lure of Transcendence in D. H. Lawrence's The Rainbow
Gerald Doherty
Pages 47-74

Physical Sympathy: Hip and Sentimentalism in James Baldwin'sAnother Country
Brandon Gordon
Pages 75-95

Power Literature and the Myth of Racial Memory
Sarah Eden Schiff
Pages 96-122

Failed Faustians: Jack Kerouac and the Discourse of Delinquincy
Stephen Schryer
Pages 123-50

Book Reviews
Pages 151-197

Contributors
Page 198

Call For Papers
Pages 199-200

Issue 2

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

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Faulkner and Feminine Hygiene, Or, How Margaret Sanger Sold Dewey Dell a Bad Abortion
Heather E. Holcombe
Pages 203-229

Repetition, Remembering, Repetition: Virginia Woolf's late Fiction and the Return of War
John Whittier-Ferguson
Pages 230-253

Queering Helga Crane: Black Nativism in Nella Larsen'sQuicksand
Keguro Macharia
Pages 254-275

Against the Dialectic of Nation: Abraham Cahan and Desire's Spectral Jew
Benjamin Schreier
Pages 276-299

Periodizing the '80s: "The Differential History" in Nicholson Baker's The Mezzanine
Graham Thompson
Pages 300-317

Reproductive Technologies, Fetal Icons, and Genetic Freaks: Shelley Jackson's Patchwork Girl and the Limits and Possibilities of Donna Haraway's Cyborg
Heather Latimer
Pages 318-337

Book Reviews
Pages 338-74

Contributors
Page 375

Call For Papers
Pages 376-78

 

Issue 3

Editor: John N. Duvall
Associate Editor: Robert P. Marzec
Special Issue: Fiction after 9/11

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Narrating 9/11
John N. Duvall & Robert P. Marzec
Pages 381-402

Policing the Globe: State Sovereignty and the International in the Post-9/11 Crime Novel
Andrew Pepper
Pages 403-24

Outtakes and Outrage: The Means and Ends of Suicide Terror
Samuel Thomas
Pages 425-52

Regarding the Pain of Self and Other: Trauma Transfer and Narrative Framing in Jonathan Safran Foer's Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close
Ilka Saal
Pages 453-76

Violence and the Faithful in Post-9/11 America: Updike's Terrorist, Islam, and the Specter of American Exceptionalism
Anna Hartnell
Pages 476-504

Strange Times to be a Jew: Alternative History after 9/11
Margaret Scanlan
Pages 505-31

Arab American Citizenship in Crisis: Destabilizing Representations of Arabs and Muslims after 9/11
Carol Fadda-Conrey
Pages 532-58

Don De Lillo's Falling Man and the Age of Terror
Joseph M. Conte
Pages 559-83

The Languishing of the Falling Man: Don DeLillo and Jonathan Safran Foer's Photographic History of 9/11
Aaron Mauro
Pages 584-606

Review Essay: Analyzing Literature after 9/11
Aaron DeRosa
Pages 607-18

Contributors
Pages 619-20

Calls For Papers
Page 621

Issue 4

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

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"May I trespass on your valuable space?": Ulysses on the Coast
Nels C. Pearson
Pages 627-49

Producing Exile: Diasporic Vision in Adichie's Half of a Yellow Sun
Susan Strehle
Pages 650-72

Keeping History at Bay: Absent Presences in Three Recent Jewish American Novels
Philippe Codde
Pages 673-93

Enabling Aztlan: Arturo Islas Jr., Disability, and Chicano Cultural Nationalism
Julie Avril Minich
Pages 694-714

"I live in this world, too": Octavia Butler and the State of Realism
Jeff Menne
Pages 715-37

Neocolonial Global Capitalism and Imperial Desire in Lawrence Chua's Gold by the Inch
Youngsuk Chae
Pages 738-57

Book Reviews
Page 758

Contributors
Page 817

Call For Papers
Pages 818-20

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