Modern Fiction Studies Department of English

Volume 61 - 2015

[Issue 1 2 3 4]

Issue 1

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

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Face the House: Suburban Domesticity and Nation as Home in The Virgin Suicides 
Keith Wilhite
Pages 1-23

Kipling's Wireless Impressionism: Telecommunication and Narration in Early Modernism
Heather Fielding
Pages 24-46

Sui Sin Far's Jekyll and Hyde: Divided Subjects and Utopian Alternatives
Kimberly Macellaro
Pages 47-68

"A Boy Under the Ban of Suspension": Renouncing Maturity in Willa Cather's "Paul's Case"
Chung-Hao Ku
Pages 69-89

Liberalism's Blind Judgment: Richard Wright's Native Son and the Politics of Reception
Ian Afflerbach
Pages 90-113

Realist Hieroglyphics: Aravind Adiga and the New Social Novel
Ulka Anjaria
Pages 114-137

Don DeLillo's Art Stalkers 
Graley Herren
Pages 138-167

Review Essay: The Ecology of Power: Queerness and Food Studies
Jill E. Anderson
Pages 168-176

Book Reviews
Pages 177-203

Contributors
Pages 204-205

Calls for Papers
Pages 206-207

Forthcoming

Issue 2

Editor: Stephen J. Burn
Special Issue: Neuroscience and Modern Fiction

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Neuroscience and Modern Fiction 
Stephen J. Burn
Pages 209-225

The Cognitive Literary Theory of Richard Powers's Galatea 2.2
Wes Chapman
Pages 226-250

Interspecies Limbic Love: Jane Smiley's Horse Heaven
Alyson Bardsley
Pages 251-270

Neuromodernism: Diagnosis and Disability in Will Self's Umbrella
Andrew Gaedtke
Pages 271-294

Christian Science versus the Rest Cure in Frances Hodgson Burnett's The Secret Garden
Anne Stiles
Pages 295-319

Brain Imaging and the Epistemology of Vision: Daniel Suarez's Daemon and Freedom
N. Katherine Hayles
Pages 320-334

Touching Brains
Jason Tougaw
Pages 335-358

Review Essay: Once upon a Mind: Literary and Narrative Studies in the Age of Cognitive Science
Alan Richardson
Pages 359-369

Contributors
Pages 370-371

Calls for Papers
Pages 372-373

Forthcoming

Issue 3

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

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Margaret Church Award
Page iv

Snapshot Seeing: Kodak Fiends, Child Photographers, and Henry James's What Maisie Knew
Angela Berkley
Pages 375-403

Attending to Reading E. M. Forster: Howards End and Ruth Wilcox's Unattended Death
Jo Ann Moran Cruz
Pages 404-422

Langston Unashamed: Radical Mythmaking in Hughes's 1930s Short Fiction
Gary Edward Holcomb
Pages 423-445

Relocating Englishness: The 1960s Postimperial Turn and National Identity in John Fowles's The Magus
Matthew Hurwitz
Pages 446-468

"Mojado-Reverso" or, a Reverse Wetback: On John Grady Cole's Mexican Ancestry in Cormac McCarthy's All the Pretty Horses 
Jeffrey Herlihy-Mera
Pages 469-492

"A Balance of Power": The Covert Authorship of Ian McEwan's Double Agents in Sweet Tooth
Laura Savu Walker
Pages 493-514

"The Unshriven Dead, Zombies on the Loose": African and Caribbean Religious Heritage in Toni Morrison's Beloved
Robert Yeates
Pages 515-537

Book Reviews
Pages 538-570

Contributors
Pages 571-572

Calls for Papers
Page 573

Forthcoming

Issue 4

Editors: Sophia Beal, Bruce Robbins, and Michael Rubenstein
Special Issue: Infrastructuralism

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Infrastructuralism: An Introduction
Sophia Beal, Bruce Robbins, and Michael Rubenstein
Pages 575-586

"The Strange Familiar": Structure, Infrastructure, and Adichie's Americanah
Caroline Levine
Pages 587-605

Trash and the Ends of Infrastructure
Michelle Ty
Pages 606-630

"Look in the Gutter": Infrastructural Interiority in Never Let Me Go
Kelly Rich
Pages 631-651

Water, Waste, and a "Greater Communion": Rubem Fonseca's "The Art of Walking in the Streets of Rio de Janeiro"
Johnny Lorenz
Pages 652-668

"The Problem of Locomotion": Infrastructure and Automobility in Three Postcolonial Urban Nigerian Novels
Danica Savonick
Pages 669-689

Planning the Future: Scenario Planning, Infrastructural Time, and South African Fiction
Matthew Eatough
Pages 690-714

Climate-Change Infrastructure and the Volatilizing of American Regionalism
Raymond Malewitz
Pages 715-730

Contributors
Pages 731-732

Calls for Papers
Pages 733

Forthcoming

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