Modern Fiction Studies Department of English

Volume 45 - 1999

[Issue 1 2 3 4]

Issue 1

Guest Editor: Nancy J. Peterson
Special Issue: Native American Literature

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Introduction: Native American Literature--From the Margins to the Mainstream
Nancy J. Peterson
Pages 1-9

Silko's Arroyos as Mainstream: Processes and Implications of Canonical Identity
Kenneth M. Roemer
Pages 10-37

House Made of Dawn: A Positively Ambivalent Bildungsroman
Bernard Selinger
Pages 38-68

An Ear for the Story, and Eye for the Pattern: Rereading Ceremony
Ellen L. Arnold
Pages 69-92

Intertextual Twins and Their Relations: Linda Hogan's Mean Spiritand Solar Storms
Catherine Rainwater
Pages 93-113

Give Me Land Lost of Land
Diane Glancy
Pages 114-119

From "Half-blood" to "Mixedblood": Cogewea and the "Discourse of Indian Blood"
Arnold Krupat
Pages 120-145

Native Poetics
Kenneth Lincoln
Pages 146-184

Fragments that Rune Up the Shores: Pushing the Bear, Coyote Aesthetics, and Recovered History
Amy J. Elias
Pages 185-211

"And here's how it happened": Trickster Discourse in Thomas King's Green Grass, Running Water
Patricia Linton
Pages 212-234

Paving with Good Intentions
W. S. Penn
Pages 235-272

Pages 273-274

Issue 2

Editor:  William J. Palmer
Assistant Editor: John N. Duvall
General Issue

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Editor's Note
Pages 273-274

Creative Fertility and the National Romance in Willa Cather's O Pioneers! and My Ántonia
Mary Paniccia Carden
Pages 275-302

The Good Soldier and the War for British Modernism
Jeffrey Mathes McCarthy
Pages 303-339

The Fate of the Modern Mistress: Nancy Mitford and the Comedy of Marriage
Allan Hepburn
Pages 340-368

Mères Fatales: Maternal Guilt in the Noir Crime Novel
Katharine and Lee Horsley
Pages 369-402

A Historical Transposition: Toni Morrison's Tar Baby and Frantz Fanon's Post-Enlightenment Phantasms
Julia V. Emberley
Pages 403-431

The Lie of the Land: Heartland Novels by Smiley and Kinsella
Carl D. Malmgren
Pages 432-456

Israel's New Literature of the Holocaust: The Case of David Grossman's See Under: Love
Gilead Morahg
Pages 457-479

Book Reviews
Pages 480-556

Pages 557-558

Issue 3

Guest Editor:  John N. Duvall
Special Issue: Don DeLillo

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Introduction: From Valparaiso to Jerusalem: DeLillo and the Moment of Canonization
John N. Duvall
Pages 559-570

Disaster Footage: Spectacles of Violence in DeLillo's Fiction
Jeremy Green
Pages 571-599

"More Advanced the Deeper We Dig": Ratner's Star
David Cowart
Pages 600-620

Art after Dealey Plaza: DeLillo's Libra
Skip Willman
Pages 621-642

Becoming Incorporated: Spectacular Authorship and DeLillo's Mao II
Mark Osteen
Pages 643-674

What is a Terrorist? Contemporary Authorship, the Unabomber, and DeLillo's Mao II
Ryan Simmons
Pages 675-695

From Hoover's FBI to Eisenstein's Unterwelt: DeLillo Directs the Postmodern Novel
Timothy L. Parrish
Pages 696-723

"A Small Incisive Shock": Modern Forms, Postmodern Politics, and the Role of the Avant-Garde in Underworld
Philip Nel
Pages 724-754

"Who Are You, Literally?": Fantasies of the White Self in White Noise
Tim Engles
Pages 755-787

"Here, But Also There": Subjectivity and Postmodern Space inMao II
Laura Barrett
Pages 788-810

Everything is Connected: Underworld's Secret History of Paranoia
Peter Knight
Pages 811-836

Don DeLillo: A Selected Bibliography
Joseph S. Walker
Pages 837-851

Pages 852-853

Issue 4

Editor:  William J. Palmer
Assistant Editor: John N. Duvall
General Issue

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Publication and "Public Women": Prostitution and Censorship in Three Novels by Virginia Woolf
Celia Marshik
Pages 853-886

Crossroads and Cross-Currents in Invisible Man
Douglas Ford
Pages 887-904

"This Firm of Men-Killers": Jack London and the Business of Terrorism
Jeffory A. Clymer
Pages 905-931

(An)Other Modernism: James Baldwin, Giovanni's Room, and the Rhetoric of Flight
Cyraina Johnson-Roullier
Pages 932-956

Sadism Demands a Story: Ian McEwan's The Comfort of Strangers
Judith Seaboyer
Pages 957-986

"Refuse heaped many stories high": DeLillo, Dirt, and Disorder
Ruth Helyer
Pages 987-1006

(Review Essay) Transatlantic Joyces
Scott W. Klein
Pages 1007-1011

(Review Essay) Universal Aspirations: Social Theory and American Literary Culture
William Morgan
Pages 1012-1018

Book Reviews
Pages 1019-1107

Pages 1108-1109

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