restricted access   Volume 40, Number 4, Winter 1994

Table of Contents

From: MFS Modern Fiction Studies

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The Novel as War: Lies and Truth in Hemingway's A Farewell to Arms

pp. 689-710
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The Eye and the Gaze in Heart of Darkness : a Symptomological Reading

pp. 711-735
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Thea Kronborgs's Vocal Transvestism: Willa Cather and the "Voz Contralto"

pp. 737-763
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Meditation and the Escalator Principle (on Nicholson Baker's The Mezzanine )

pp. 765-806
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The Figure in the Static: White Noise

pp. 807-826
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Reviews of Recent Books on MFS Modern Fiction

The Americas

Henry James: History, Narrative, Fiction

pp. 831-833
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Representing War: Form and Ideology in First World War Narratives

pp. 833-835
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Jean Toomer and the Prison-House of Thought: a Phenomenology of the Spirit

pp. 835-837
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Robbing the Mother: Women in Faulkner, and: Faulkner and Southern Womanhood

pp. 838-844
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Forensic Fictions: The Lawyer Figure in Faulkner

pp. 844-847
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Modernism, Mass Culture, Professionalism

pp. 847-849
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Late Imperial Romance, and: In the Name of National Security: Hitchcock, Homophobia, and the Political Construction of Gender in Postwar America

pp. 850-855
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Supernatural Forces: Belief, Difference, and Power in Contemporary Works by Ethnic Women

pp. 855-857
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Critifiction: Postmodern Essasy

pp. 857-859
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The Play of the Double in Postmodern American Fiction

pp. 859-861
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The Novel in the Balance

pp. 861-863
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The Vineland Papers: Critical Takes on Pynchon's Novel

pp. 863-865
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That Art of Difference: "Documentary-Collage" and English Canadian Writing

pp. 865-867
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Post-National Arguments: the Politics of the Anglophone Canadian Novel since 1967

pp. 867-869
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Brutal Choreographies: Oppositional Strategies and Narrative Design in the Novels of Margaret Atwood

pp. 870-872
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Latin America's New Historical Novel

pp. 872-874
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Vargas Llosa Among the Postmodernists

pp. 875-877
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British, Irish, and Postcolonial

Narratives of Empire: the Fictions of Rudyard Kipling

pp. 878-880
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Joseph Conrad and the Modern Temper

pp. 880-882
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Sex in the Head: Visions of Femininity and Film in D. H. Lawrence

pp. 882-888
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D. H. Lawrence: Aesthetics and Ideology

pp. 888-891
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The Antimodernism of Joyce's Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

pp. 891-894
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JOYCE: the Return of the Repressed

pp. 894-897
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The Servant's Hand: English Fiction from Below

pp. 897-899
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Changing States: Transformations in Modern Irish Writing

pp. 899-901
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The Drama in the Text: Beckett's Late Fiction

pp. 901-905
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Continental Europe

Making Bodies, Making History

pp. 906-908
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Russian Experimental Fiction: Resisting Ideology after Utopia

pp. 908-910
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Comparative and Cultural Studies

Hot Property: the Stakes and Claims of Literary Originality

pp. 911-913
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Bodies and Machines: review

pp. 914-915
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Literary Symbiosis: the Reconfigured Text in Twentieth Century Writing

pp. 916-918
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Anti-Apocalypse

pp. 919-921
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Closet Writing/Gay Reading

pp. 921-923
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Reflecting Black: African-American Cultural Criticism

pp. 923-925
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Theory

Critical Theory and the Novel: Mass Society and Cultural Criticism in Dickens, Melville, and Kafka

pp. 926-927
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The Well-Tempered Self: Citizenship, Culture, and the Postmodern Subject

pp. 928-929
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The Subject as Action: Transformation and Totality in Narrative Aesthetics

pp. 929-931
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Maurice Blanchot and the Literature of Transgression (review)

pp. 932-934
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Theory as Resistance: Politics and Culture after (Post)structuralism

pp. 934-936
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Contributors