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  Volume 43, Number 4, Winter 1997

Table of Contents

From: MFS Modern Fiction Studies

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Editor's Note

pp. 823-825
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Editor's Note

Articles

Henry James, Anonymity, and the Press: Journalistic Modernity and the Decline of the Author

pp. 826-859
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Edith Wharton and the "New Gomorrahs" of Paris: Homosexuality, Flirtation, and Incestuous Desire in The Reef

pp. 860-897
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Who Shot the Sheriff: Storytelling, Indian Identity, and the Marketplace of Masculinity in D'Arcy McNickle's The Surrounded

pp. 898-932
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Cartographic Refrains and Postcolonial Terrains: Mariama Ba's Scarlet Song

pp. 933-962
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"Do We Not Know the Meaning of Aesthetic Gratification?": Cynthia Ozick's The Shawl, the Akedah, and the Ethics of Holocaust Literary Aesthetics

pp. 963-990
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Reviews of Recent Books on Modern Fiction

The Americas

Women of the Harlem Renaissance, and: Every Tub Must Sit on Its Own Bottom: The Philosophy and Politics of Zora Neale Hurston, and: "Who set you flowin"?: The African-American Migration Narrative (review)

pp. 993-1001
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Male Call: Becoming Jack London (review)

pp. 1001-1003
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Children of the Dark House: Text and Context in Faulkner (review)

pp. 1003-1004
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Innocence, Power, and the Novels of John Hawkes (review)

pp. 1005-1007
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Epistolary Responses: The Letter in 20th-Century American Fiction and Criticism (review)

pp. 1007-1009
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Italian Signs, American Streets: The Evolution of Italian American Narrative (review)

pp. 1009-1012
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Deep Surfaces: Mass Culture and History in Postmodern American Fiction (review)

pp. 1012-1013
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Britain, Ireland, and Continental Europe

Vampires, Mummies, and Liberals: Bram Stoker and the Politics of Popular Fiction (review)

pp. 1014-1017
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One of Us: The Mastery of Joseph Conrad, and: The Modernist as Pragmatist: E. M. Forster and the Fate of Liberalism (review)

pp. 1017-1024
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Word of Mouth: Body Language in Katherine Mansfield and Virginia Woolf (review)

pp. 1024-1027
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The Experimental Self: Dialogic Subjectivity in Woolf, Pym, and Brooke- Rose (review)

pp. 1028-1030
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The Illicit Joyce of Postmodernism: Reading Against the Grain (review)

pp. 1030-1033
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Who Paid for Modernism? Art, Money, and the Fiction of Conrad, Joyce, and Lawrence (review)

pp. 1033-1035
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Bely, Joyce, and Doblin: Peripatetics in the City Novel (review)

pp. 1035-1038
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Remembering and the Sound of Words: Mallarme, Proust, Joyce, Beckett (review)

pp. 1038-1040
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Samuel Beckett and the End of Modernity (review)

pp. 1040-1042
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Post-Totalitarian Spanish Fiction (review)

pp. 1043-1045
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Plotting the Past: Metamorphosis of the Historical Novel in Modern Italian Fiction (review)

pp. 1045-1047
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Other World Literatures

Global Space and the Nationalist Discourse of Modernity: The Historical Thinking of Liang Qichao (review)

pp. 1048-1050
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Cultural Studies and Literary Theory

The Erotics of Talk: Women's Writing and Feminist Paradigms (review)

pp. 1051-1053
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Autobiography & Postmodernism, and: Autobiographics: A Feminist Theory of Women's Self- Representation (review)

pp. 1053-1060
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Freudian Slips: Woman, Writing, the Foreign Tongue, and: Skirting the Issue: Essays in Literary Theory (review)

pp. 1060-1064
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Are Girls Necessary? Lesbian Writing and Modern Histories (review)

pp. 1064-1067
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The Mirror and the Killer-Queen: Otherness in Literary Language (review)

pp. 1067-1069
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A Glance Beyond Doubt: Narration, Representation, Subjectivity (review)

pp. 1069-1074
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The Cryptographic Imagination: Secret Writing from Edgar Poe to the Internet (review)

pp. 1074-1076
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The Reign of Ideology (review)

pp. 1076-1078
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Arrow of Chaos: Romanticism and Postmodernity (review)

pp. 1078-1080
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Postmodernism -- Local Effects, Global Flows (review)

pp. 1080-1082
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Contributors

p. 1083
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Research Areas

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