Modern Fiction Studies Department of English

Volume 32 - 1986

[Issue 1 2 3 4]

Issue 1

Guest Editor: David M. Miller
Special Issue: Science and Fantasy Fiction

Page 2

"Mythic," "Realist," and SF: A Zero-Sum Game
David M. Miller
Pages 3-10

Fantasy Fiction and Related Genres
Dieter Petzold
Pages 11-20

Olaf Stapledon and the Idea of Science Fiction
Robert Crossley
Pages 21-42

Out of the Gernsbackian Slime: Christopher Priest's Abandonment of Science Fiction
Nicholas Ruddick
Pages 43-52

Technology in the Dystopian Novel
Gorman Beauchamp
Pages 53-64

What is Human? Ursula LeGuin and Science Fiction's Great Theme
Keith N. Hull
Pages 65-74

Platonic Shadows in C. S. Lewis' Narnia Chronicles
William C. Johnson and Marcia K. Houtman
Pages 75-88

Beyond Aesthetics of Censorship: Tadeusz Konwicki's Ordinary Politicking
Michale Szporer
Pages 89-96

Male and Female in The Snail on the Slope by the Strugatsky Brothers
Diana Greene
Pages 97-108

Hank Morgan in the Garden of Forking Paths: A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court as Alternative History
William J. Collins
Pages 109-114

A Janus-Text: Realism, Fantasy, and Nabokov's Lolita
Lance Olsen
Pages 115-126

What is One to Make of Robert Heinlein?
Daniel Dickinson
Pages 127-132

Strange Invaders: An Essay-Review
Gary K. Wolfe
Pages 133-151

Issue 2

Editor: William T. Stafford
General Issue

Page 156

In the Company of Strangers: Absent Voices in Stevenson's Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and Beckett's Company
Ronald R. Thomas
Pages 157-174

The Reader as Voyeur: Complicitous Transformations in "Death in the Woods"
Clare Colquitt
Pages 175-190

Willa Cather's "Consequences" and Alexander's Bridge: An Approach through R. D. Laing and Ernest Becker
Fritz Oehlschlaeger
Pages 191-202

Sanity and Responsibility: Big Chief as Narrator and Executioner
Fred Madden
Pages 203-218

Displaced Communities and Literary Form in Flannery O'Connor's "The Displaced Person"
William Burke
Pages 219-228

Agendath Netaim: Promised Land or Waste Land
Edwin W. Williams
Pages 228-235

Caligari and Cipolla: Mann's "Mario and the Magician"
Jeffrey Meyers
Pages 235-240

Recent Books on Modern Fiction
Pages 241-379

Issue 3

Guest Editor: Djelal Kadir
Special Issue: Modern Latin American Fiction

Page 382

The Survival of Theory and the Surviving Fictions of Latin America
Djelal Kadir
Pages 383-396

The Heir Must Die: One Hundred Years of Solitude as a Gothic Novel
Claudette Kemper Columbus
Pages 397-416

Versions (Con-, In-, and Per-) in Manuel Puig's and Hector Babenco's Kiss of the Spider Woman, Novel and Film
Michael Boccia
Pages 417-426

Hitler and Mengele in Brazil: The Testimony of Roberto Drummond
Nelson H. Vieira
Pages 427-438

"Women Must Have Spunks": Jean Rhys's West Indian Outcasts
Lucy Wilson
Pages 439-448

Chthonian Visions and Mythic Redemption in Joāo Ubaldo Ribeiro's Sergeant Getúlio
Robert DiAntonio
Pages 449-458

Sábato's El túnel and the Existential Novel
William Nelson
Pages 459-468

Emma Zunz: The Jewish Theodicy of Jorge Louis Borges
Ilan Stavans
Pages 469-476

Three Recent Books on Latin American Literature: An Essay-Review
Sharon Magnarelli
Pages 477-481

Issue 4

Editor: William T. Stafford
General Issue

Page 486

The Magic Mountain
Irvin Stock
Pages 487-520

Moments of Meaning Dearly Achieved: Virginia Woolf's Sense of an Ending
Thomas C. Beattie
Pages 521-542

Evelyn Waugh during the Pinfold Years
James J. Lynch
Pages 543-560

A Mirror of the Whole: Shaun in Book III, Chapters 1-3
Larry Smith
Pages 561-568

The Epigraph to John Fowles's The Collector
David Leon Higdon
Pages 568-573

"For the Ovaltine Had Loosened Her Tongue": Failures of Speech in Barbar Pym's Less than Angels
Jill Rubenstein
Pages 573-581

Tarot and Gravity's Rainbow
Campbell Tatham
Pages 581-590

Recent Books on Modern Fiction
Pages 591-710

Author and Subject Index, Volume 32
Pages 711-713

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