Modern Fiction Studies Department of English

Volume 34 - 1988

[Issue 1 2 3 4]

Issue 1

Guest Editor: Norman Harris
Special Issue: Modern Black Fiction


Norman Harris
Pages 3-4

The Role of Water Imagery in Uncle Tom's Children
Tracy Webb
Pages 5-16

The Politics of Style in Three Stories by James Alan McPherson
Jon Wallace
Pages 17-26

Artists and the Art of Living: Order and Disorder in Toni Morrison's Fiction
Elizabeth B. House
Pages 27-44

The Structure of the Modern Nigerian Novel and the National Consciousness
Viney Kirpal
Pages 45-54

Reading the Body: Alice Walker's Meridian and the Archeology of Self
Alan Nadel
Pages 55-68

Celie in the Looking Glass: The Desire for Selfhood in The Color Purple
Daniel W. Ross
Pages 69-84

Twentieth-Century Women Writers from the English-Speaking Caribbean
Laura Niesen de Abruña
Pages 85-96

Performance, History, and Myth: The Problem of Ishmael Reed'sMumbo-Jumbo
Theodore O. Mason, Jr.
Pages 97-110

The Gods Must Be Angry: Flight to Canada as Political History
Norman Harris
Pages 111-124

Recent Books on Modern Black Fiction: An Essay-Review
Craig Werner
Pages 125-135

Issue 2

Editor: William T. Stafford
General Issue

From Place to Place in The Sound and the Fury: The Syntax of Interrogation
Cheryl Lester
Pages 141-156

An Interview with Raymond Federman
Zoltán Abádi-Nagy
Pages 157-170

A Geometry of His Own: Hemingway's "Out of Season"
Dewey Ganzel
Pages 171-184

"Ugly by Design": The Fiction of Christina Stead
Suzanne Kiernan
Pages 185-202

James Joyce's Infernal Clock
Peter J. Gillett
Pages 203-207

Fitzgerald's "May Day": The Uses of Irresponsibility
Robert Roulston
Pages 207-215

Kurt Vonnegut's Three Mother Nights
Edward Jamosky and Jerome Klinkowitz
Pages 216-220

Pages 221-222

Recent Books on Modern Fiction
Pages 223-332

Issue 3

Guest Editors: Margaret Moan Rowe and Ellen Carol Jones
Special Issue: Feminism and Modern Fiction

Page 334

Margaret Moan Rowe
Pages 335-336

Marcel's Écriture Féminine
Margaret Gray-McDonald
Pages 337-352

"Utterly Other Discourse": The Anti-canon of Experimental Women Writers from Dorothy Richardson to Christine Brooke-Rose
Ellen G. Friedman
Pages 353-370

The Word Split Its Husk: Woolf's Double Vision of Modernist Language
Bonnie Kime Scott
Pages 371-386

Two into Three Won't Go: Mimetic Desire and the Dream of Androgyny in Dancing in the Dark
D. S. Neff
Pages 387-404

The Good Old Days in The Good Mother
Toby Silverman Zinman
Pages 405-412

Misogyny and Appropriation in Wright's Native Son
Alan W. France
Pages 413-424

Linda Snopes Kohl: Faulkner's Radical Woman
Keith Louise Fulton
Pages 425-436

Unquiet Ghosts: The Struggle for Representation in Rhys's Wide Sargasso Sea
Mona Fayad
Pages 437-452

Feminism and African Fiction: The Novels of Mariama Bâ
Charles Ponnuthurai Sarvan
Pages 453-464

"In Conversation": Gertrude Stein's Speaker, Message, and Receiver in Painted Lace and Other Pieces (1914-1937)
Elizabeth Fifer
Pages 465-480

(En)Gendering Metafiction: Doris Lessing's Rehearsals for The Golden Notebook
Molly Hite
Pages 481-500

Feminist Critical Theory: A Checklist
Laura Sue Fuderer
Pages 501-513

Issue 4

Editor: William T. Stafford
General Issue

The Gnomonics of Dubliners
Bernard Benstock
Pages 519-540

The Grotesque Rose: Medieval Romance and The Great Gatsby
Jerome Mandel
Pages 541-558

Italic Calvino: The Place of the Emperor in Invisible Cities
Laurence A. Breiner
Pages 559-574

Stingo's Complaint: Styron and the Politics of Self-Parody
Ralph Tutt
Pages 575-586

The Two Narrators and Happy Ending of Nineteen Eighty-Four
Richard K. Sanderson
Pages 587-596

E. M. Forster's A Passage to India: What Really Happened in the Caves
Jo An Hoeppner Moran
Pages 596-604

Page 605

Recent Books on Modern Fiction
Pages 607-759

Author and Subject Index: Volume 34
Pages 760-759

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