restricted access   Volume 43, Number 2, Summer 1997

Table of Contents

From: MFS Modern Fiction Studies

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From the Editor

pp. 291-293
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From the Editor

Articles

Passing from Paranoia to Plagiarism: the Abject Authorship of Nella Larsen

pp. 295-318
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Conrad's Pornography Shop

pp. 319-348
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The Crumbling Structure of "Appearances": Representation and Authenticity in The House of Mirth and The Custom of the Country

pp. 349-373
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The "Work" of Science Fiction: Philip K. Dick and Occupational Masculinity in the Post-World War II United States

pp. 374-404
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Translation, Invention, Resistance: Rewriting the Conquest in Carlos Fuentes's "The Two Shores"

pp. 405-431
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Review Essay

Removing the Veil: Race, Modernism, and Cultural Pluralism in Four Recent Studies of Twenties U.S. Culture

pp. 432-449
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Reviews of Recent Books on MFS Modern Fiction

The Americas

Henry James, Gertrude Stein, and the Biographical Act (review)

pp. 453-457
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American Anatomies: Theorizing Race and Gender (review)

pp. 457-459
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The Harlem Renaissance in Black and White (review)

pp. 459-462
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City Codes: Reading the Modern Urban Novel, and: Urban Verbs: Arts and Discourses of American Cities (review)

pp. 462-467
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American Expatriate Writing and the Paris Moment: Modernism and Place, and: Modern Lives: A Cultural Re-reading of "The Lost Generation" (review)

pp. 467-471
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Hemingway: The Postwar Years and the Posthumous Novels (review)

pp. 471-474
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Following Djuna: Women Lovers and the Erotics of Loss (review)

pp. 474-477
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A Measure of Memory: Storytelling and Identity in American Jewish Fiction (review)

pp. 478-479
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Beyond Suspicion: New American Fiction since 1960 (review)

pp. 479-480
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The Viet Nam War/The American War: Images and Representations in Euro-American and Vietnamese Exile Narratives (review)

pp. 481-482
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Dangerous Freedom: Fusion and Fragmentation in Toni Morrison's Novels (review)

pp. 482-485
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Ironie ist Pflicht: John Barth und John Hawkes Bewusstseinsformen des amerikanischen Gegenwartsromans (review)

pp. 486-492
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Between Two Waters: Narratives of Transculturation in Latin America (review)

pp. 492-494
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Britain, Ireland, and Continental Europe

The Ruling Passion: British Colonial Allegory and the Paradox of Homosexual Desire, and: Effeminate England: Homoerotic Writing After 1885 (review)

pp. 495-501
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Decadence and the Making of Modernism, and: The Ghosts of Modernity (review)

pp. 501-505
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Modernism and the Theater of Censorship (review)

pp. 505-507
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Framing Pieces: Designs of the Gloss in Joyce, Woolf, and Pound (review)

pp. 508-510
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Joyce, Decadence, and Emancipation (review)

pp. 510-512
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James Joyce and the Art of Mediation (review)

pp. 513-515
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Joyce, Bakhtin, and the Literary Tradition: Toward a Comparative Cultural Poetics (review)

pp. 515-517
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Beckett Writing Beckett: The Author in the Autograph (review)

pp. 517-519
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The Shock of Men: Homosexual Hermeneutics in French Writing (review)

pp. 520-522
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Franz Kafka, The Jewish Patient (review)

pp. 522-527
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Asia, Africa, and Japan

Men, Women, and God(s): Nawal El Saadawi and Arab Feminist Poetics (review)

pp. 528-530
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The Ballistic Bard: Postcolonial Fictions, and: Colonization, Violence, and Narration in White South African Writing: André Brink, Breyten Breytenbach, and J.M. Coetzee (review)

pp. 530-534
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Whose India?: The Independence Struggle in British and Indian Fiction and History (review)

pp. 535-538
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Narrating the Self: Fictions of Japanese Modernity, and: Writing Ground Zero: Japanese Literature and the Atomic Bomb (review)

pp. 538-543
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Cultural Studies and Literary Theory

Cultural Politics -- Queer Reading (review)

pp. 544-546
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After Derrida (review)

pp. 546-551
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Time and Sense: Proust and the Experience of Literature (review)

pp. 551-556
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Passions of the Voice: Hysteria, Narrative, and the Figure of the Speaking Woman, 1850-1915 (review)

pp. 557-559
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The Cultural Politics of the New Criticism (review)

pp. 559-562
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Exotic Parodies: Subjectivity in Adorno, Spivak, and Said (review)

pp. 562-564
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Ludic Feminism and After: Postmodernism, Desire, and Labor in Late Capitalism (review)

pp. 564-567
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The Subject as Action: Transformation and Totality in Narrative Aesthetics (review)

pp. 567-568
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Narrative as Rhetoric: Techniques, Audiences, Ethics, Ideology (review)

pp. 568-570
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Contributors

p. 571
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