Modern Fiction Studies Department of English

Volume 64 - 2018

[Issue 1 2 3 4]

(Note: This entire volume is available online through Project Muse) 

Issue 1

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

General Issue

The Politics of Escapistry: Harry Houdini, Nostalgia, and the Turn from Critique in MIchael Chabon's The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay
Iain Bernhoft
Pages 1-26

Katherine Mansfield's Animal Aesthetics
Derek Ryan
Pages 27-51

We Wear the White Mask: John Cheever Writes Race
Adrienne Brown
Pages 52-78

Dispatches from the Drug Wars: Ishmael Reed, Oscar Zeta Acosta, and the Viet Cong of America
Joseph Darda
Pages 79-103

"Unconsciously Influenced": Alan Burns, Ian McEwan, and the Lasting Legacies of Postwar British Experimental Fiction
Chris Clarke
Pages 104-128

Interrogative Justice in Héctor Tobar's The Tattooed Soldier
Eric Vásquez
Pages 129-152

Negative Paradise: Rethinking Anglophone and World Literature as Literary Dubbing
Ben Tran
Pages 153-175

Book Reviews
Pages 176-207

Contributors
Page 208

Issue 2

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

General Issue

"'A Ruin Amidst Ruins': V. S. Naipaul Walking the English Countryside
Anna Jörngården
Pages 209-238

Decadent Arcadias, Wild(e) Conversations, and Queer Celibacies in Brideshead Revisited
Martin B. Lockerd
Pages 239-263

Listening In: D. H. Lawrence and the Wireless
Aleksandr Prigozhin
Pages 264-285

Astonishing Byblows: Rurality, Snopesism, and Populist Modernization in Faulkner's Frenchman's Bend
Benjamin Child
Pages 286-310

Cultivating America: Colonial History in the Morrisonian Wilderness
Gabriella Friedman
Pages 311-333

Lines of Conflict: European Borders in Fiction, 1945-2015
Andrew Hammond
Pages 334-360

Book Reviews
Pages 361-393

Contributors
Pages 394

Issue 3

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

Special Issue: Inter-imperiality
Guest Editor: Laura Doyle

Inter-imperiality: An Introduction
Laura Doyle
Pages 395-402

Shadow Plays with Imperial Pasts: Writing Wayang in Pramoedya Ananta Toer's The Fugitive
Jacqulyn Gaik Ing Teoh
Pages 403-430

Inter-imperial Dimensions of Turkish Literary Modernity
Arif Camoglu
Pages 431-457

Gaps, or the Dialectics of Inter-imperial Art: The Case of the Belgrade Surreality Circle
Sanja Bahun
Pages 458-487

Inter-imperial Aesthetics: Korean and Korean Diasporic Literature between Empires
Stephen Joyce
Pages 488-511

Xinjiang's Indelible Footprint: Reading the New Imperialism of Neoliberalism in English and Waiting for the Barbarians
Lynda Ng
Pages 512-536

Japanophone Literature? A Transpacific Query on Absence
Nayoung Aimee Kwon
Pages 537-558

Whose Global Anglophone? Race, Language, and Inter-imperiality in W. E. B. Du Bois's Dark Princess
Marina Bilbija
Pages 559-578

Contrubutors
Pages 579-580

Issue 4

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

Special Issue: Anthropocene Fictions
Guest Editor: Robert P. Marzec

Reflections on the Anthropocene Dossier
Robert P. Marzec
Pages 585-616

Anthropocentrism and the Postsecularity of the Environmental Humanties in Aronofsky's Noah
George Handley
Pages 617-638

A Postcolonial Utopia for the Anthropocene: Amitav Ghosh's The Hungry Tide and Climate-Induced Migration
Brandon Jones
Pages 639-658

Fossils of Tomorrow: Len Lye, J. G. Ballard, and Planetary Futures
Thomas S. Davis
Pages 659-679

"'The Earth Seemed Unearthly': Capital, World-Ecology, and Enchanted Nature in Conrad's Heart of Darkness
Caitlin Vandertop
Pages 680-700

Mining Memories with Donald Trump in the Anthropocene
Arthur Rose
Pages 701-722

Contributors
Pages 723

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