Modern Fiction Studies Department of English

Volume 59 - 2013

[Issue 1 2 3 4]

Issue 1

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

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"After us, not out of us": Wrestling with the Future in D. H. Lawrence'sWomen in Love
Erwin Rosinberg
Pages 1-25

A Picture of Africa: Frenzy, Counternarrative, Mimesis
Nidesh Lawtoo
Pages 26-52

Air War, Propaganda, and Woolf's Anti-Tyrrany Aesthetic
Elizabeth F. Evans
Pages 53-82

"I just took it straight from Vogue": Fashion, Femininity, and Literary Modernity in Rosamond Lehmann's Invitation to the Waltz
Vike Martina Plock
Pages 83-106

"They ain't human": John Steinbeck, Proletarian Fiction, and the Racial Politics of "The People"
Mollie Godfrey
Pages 107-134

Alien Enemies in Julie Otsuka's When the Emperor Was Divine
Josephine Park
Pages 135-155

"Who worked this evil, brought distance between us?": The Politics of Sexual Interaction in Sylvia Wynter's The Hills of Hebron
Sheri-Marie Harrison
Pages 156-174

Review Essay: Exploring Narratives of Global Justic and Sustainability: The Rise of Postcolonial Ecocriticism
Riona Kelly
Pages 175-181

Review Essay: Rethinking Asian American Literary Studies
Julia H. Lee
Pages 182-192

Book Reviews
Pages 193-227

Pages 228-229

Calls for Papers
Page 230

Issue 2

Editor: Anne Fernald
Special Issue: Women's Fiction, New Modernist Studies, and Feminism

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Women's Fiction, New Modernist Studies, and Feminism
Anne Fernald
Pages 229-240

Making it New: Persephone Books and the Modernist Project
Urmila Seshagiri
Pages 241-287

Olive Moore's Headless Woman
Jane Garrity
Pages 288-316

Adultery Behind Purdah and the Politics of Indian Muslim Nationalism in Zeenuth Futehally's Zohra
Ambreen Hai
Pages 317-345

Dorothy Arzner's Talkies: Gender, Technologies of Voice, and the Modernist Sensorium
Sara Bryant
Pages 346-373

"Get on or get out": Failure and Negative Femininity in Jean Rhys' Voyage in the Dark
Anne Cunningham
Pages 373-394

"At least I get my dinners free": Transgressive Dining in Marghanita Laski's To Bed with Grand Music
Andrea Adolph
Pages 395-415

"Her symbol was civil war": Recovering Muriel Rukeyser's Lost Spanish Civil War Novel
Rowena Kennedy-Epstein
Pages 416-439

Modernism, Monsters, and Margaret Sanger
Aimee Armande Wilson
Pages 440-460

Pages 461-462

Margaret Church Award
Pages 463-464

Calls for Papers
Pages 465-467

Page 468

Issue 3

Editor: John Paul Riquelme
Special Issue: Modernist Life Narratives: Bildungsroman, Biography, Autobiography

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Modernist Transformations of Life Narrative: From Wilde and Woolf to Bechdel and Rusdhie
John Paul Riquelme
Pages 461-479

Posthumous Playback: Oscar Wilde and the Phonographic Logic of Modern Biography
Ellen Crowell
Pages 480-500

The Temporality of Modernist Life Writing in the Era of Transsexualism: Virginia Woolf's Orlando and Einar Wegener'sMan Into Woman
Pamela L. Caughie
Pages 501-525

Other Possibilities, Other Drives: Queer, Counterfactual "Life" in Truman Capote's Other Voices, Other Rooms
Joseph Valente
Pages 526-546

Modernist Life Writing and Nonhuman Lives: Ecologies of Experience in Virginia Woolf's Flush
David Herman
Pages 547-568

Gift Subscriptions: Underwriting Emergent Agencies in Virginia Woolf's Three Guineas and Agnes Smedley's Daughter of Earth
Jeannie Im
Pages 569-590

Speculating on an Art Movement: Gertrude Stein's The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas
Lisa Siraganian
Pages 591-609

Formative Dislocation in V. S. Naipaul's The Enigma of Arrival
Sanjay Krishnan
Pages 610-627

My Self, My Other: Modernism and Postcolonial Bildung in Assia Djebar's Algerian Quartet
Gregory Castle
Pages 628-648

John Schlesinger's Bildungsfilm: Midnight Cowboy and the Problem of Youth
Julia Prewitt Brown
Pages 649-667

Review Essay: Varieties of Modernist Im/Personality
Adam Parkes
Pages 668-676

Pages 677-678

Calls for Papers
Pages 679-681

Page 682

Issue 4

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

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Reassessing the Two-Culture Debate: Popular Science in Ian McEwan's The Child in Time and Enduring Love
Emily Horton
Pages 683-712

Jewishness in the Colonies of Leonard Woolf's Village in the Jungle
Janice Ho
Pages 713-741

Mary, Full of Corruption: Disease in Richard Wright's A Father's Law
Alison Arant
Pages 742-757

Isherwood's Impersonality: Ascetic Self-Divestiture and Queer Relationality in A Single Man
Octavio R. Gonzalez
Pages 758-783

"Something That Has Already Happened": Recapitulation and Religious Indifference in The Plot Against America
Christopher Douglas
Pages 784-810

"Just a Creature of His Own Making": Metafiction, Identification, and Gender in Going after Cacciato
Anne-Marie Womack
Pages 811-832

Philip Roth is Sitting on Your Face: America in the Late Novels
Timothy Parrish
Pages 833-845

Book Reviews
Pages 846-889

Pages 890-891

Calls for Papers
Pages 892-893

Page 894

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