Modern Fiction Studies Department of English

Volume 26 - 1980

[Issue 1 2 3 4]

Issue 1

Editors: Margaret Church and William T. Stafford
Special Issue: Doris Lessing

The Four-Faced Novelist
Dee Seligman
Pages 3-16

Marxism and Madness: The Two Faces of Doris Lessing's Myth
Jean Pickering
Pages 17-30

Nostalgia and Irony: The Postmodern Order of The Golden Notebook
Betsy Draine
Pages 31-48

The Paradox of Form in The Golden Notebook
Herbert Marder
Pages 49-54

"Two Forks of a Road": Divergence and Convergence in the Short Stories of Doris Lessing
Margaret K. Butcher
Pages 55-62

Structure and Motif in Doris Lessing's A Man and Two Women
Orphia Jane Allen
Pages 63-74

Memory and Continuity in the Series Novel: The Example ofChildren of Violence
Margaret Scanlan
Pages 75-86

The Moment of Revelation in Martha Quest and Comparable Moments by Two Modernists
Nancy Topping Bazin
Pages 87-98

"Without Contraries is no Progression": Lessing's The Four-Gated City
Claire Sprague
Pages 99-116

A Jungian Interpretation of the Dream Sequence in Doris Lessing'sThe Summer Before the Dark
Ralph Berets
Pages 117-130

Doris Lessing's Use of Satire in The Summer Before the Dark
Lorelei Cederstrom
Pages 131-146

On the Writing of Future-History: ;Beginning the Ending in Doris Lessing's The Memoirs of a Survivor
Bernard Duyfhuizen
Pages 147-156

The Memoirs of a Survivor: Lessing's Notes Toward a Supreme Fiction
Alvin Sullivan
Pages 157-162

Margaret Moan Rowe
Pages 163-166

Criticism of Doris Lessing: A Selected Checklist
Holly Beth King
Pages 167-175

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Issue 2

Editors: Margaret Church and William T. Stafford
General Issue

Literary Allusion as Imaginative Event in The Awkward Age
Jean Frantz Blackall
Pages 179-198

Self and Society in H. G. Wells's Tono-Bungay
Linda R. Anderson
Pages 199-212

"Gazing into the glass paperweight": The Structure of and Psychology of Orwell's 1984
Murray Sperber
Pages 213-226

A Symbolic Structure for Walker Percy's Fiction
J. P. Telotte
Pages 227-240

Erotic Themes in Sologub's Prose
Murl G. Barker
Pages 241-248

What Lewis Really Did in That Hideous Strength
D. H. Stewart
Pages 248-255

"Only let the story end as soon as possible": Time and History in Ernest Hemingway's In Our Time
E. R. Hagemann
Pages 255-262

Jungle Gothic: Science, Myth, and Reality in One Hundred Years of Solitude
L. Robert Stevens and G. Roland Vela
Pages 262-266

"Counterparts": A Note on Names
Paul Foley Casey
Pages 266-269

Correspondence: On Nabokov
Robert T. Levine
Page 271

Correspondence: A Reply
Christina M. Tekiner
Page 272

Recent Books on Modern Fiction
Pages 273-391

Issue 3

Editors: Margaret Church and William T. Stafford
Special Issue: John Dos Passos

The Editor's Preface
William T. Stafford
Pages 395-397


U.S.A.: Chronicle and Performance
Charles Marz
Pages 398-416

The Camera Eye in U.S.A.: The Sexual Center
Donald Pizer
Pages 417-430

The Novel as Poem: Whitman's Legacy to Dos Passos
Robert P. Weeks
Pages 431-446

The Treatment of Time in The Big Money: An Examination of Ideology and Literary Form
Barbara Foley
Pages 447-469


John Dos Passos: Three Soldiers and Thoreau
Owen W. Gilman, Jr.
Pages 470-482

Dos Passos' Other Trilogy
Robert C. Rosen
Pages 483-502

John Dos Passos: Conservative Republican
Macel D. Ezell
Pages 503-519

Fox and Hedgehog: An Essay Review
Robert P. Weeks
Pages 520-524

Criticism of John Dos Passos: A Selected Checklist
John Rohrkemper
Pages 525-538

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Issue 4

Editors: Margaret Church and William T. Stafford
General Issue

Kafka's Legacy
Allen Thiher
Pages 543-562

The Myth of Gatsby
Bruce Michelson
Pages 563-578

Human Time in Hemingway's Fiction
Wesley A. Kort
Pages 579-596

A Death in the Family: The Importance of Wordlessness
J. A. Ward
Pages 597-612

Juan Goytisolo's Mirrors: Intertextuality and Self-Reflection inReivindicación del Conde Don Julián and Juan Sin Tierra
Michael Ugarte
Pages 613-624

"Preface" to The Picture of Dorian Gray in Light of Wilde's Literary Criticism
Isaac Elimimian
Pages 625-628

The Man in the Deerstalker Cap: The Mysteries of Biographical Discovery
Stephen Arkin
Pages 628-631

Kurt Vonnegut on Censorship and Moral Values
Richard E. Ziegfeld
Pages 631-635

Anderson's Private Reaction to The Torrents of Spring
Ray Lewis White
Pages 635-638

Correspondence: Joyce in Perspective: The Joyce Provincetown Symposium
Zack Bowen
Pages 639-642

Recent Books on Modern Fiction
Pages 643-749

Author and Subject Index: Volume 26
Pages 750-752

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