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  Volume 47, Number 2, Summer 2001

Table of Contents

From: MFS Modern Fiction Studies

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Vision and Inversion in Nightwood

pp. 279-305

The Narrator in the Closet: The Ambiguous Narrative Voice in Howards End

pp. 306-328

Accounting for Slavery: Economic Narratives in Morrison and Faulkner

pp. 329-355

Undiscovering the Country: Conrad, Fitzgerald, and Meta-National Form

pp. 356-390

J. M. Coetzee and the Question of the Body

pp. 391-420

Rethinking History as Patchwork: The Case of Atwood's Alias Grace

pp. 421-447

Review Essays

The Simple Art of Detection: The Female Detective in Victorian and Contemporary Mystery Novels

pp. 448-457

Re-effectuating Joyce

pp. 458-464

In Search of African Literary Theory

pp. 465-470

Book Reviews


Natural Aristocracy: History, Ideology, and the Production of William Faulkner (review)

pp. 473-475

Faulkner on the Color Line: The Later Novels (review)

pp. 475-477

Producing American Races: Henry James, William Faulkner, Toni Morrison (review)

pp. 477-479

Henry James and the Language of Experience (review)

pp. 479-481

Henry James's Thwarted Love (review)

pp. 482-483

The Twentieth-Century World of Henry James: Changes in His Work After 1900 (review)

pp. 484-485

Immigrant Mothers: Narratives of Race and Maternity, 1890-1925 (review)

pp. 485-487

Willa Cather and the Politics of Criticism (review)

pp. 488-489

Contemporary American Indian Literatures and the Oral Tradition (review)

pp. 490-491

Coyote Kills John Wayne: Postmodernism and Contemporary Fictions of the Transcultural Frontier (review)

pp. 492-493

Authentic Blackness: The Folk in the New Negro Renaissance (review)

pp. 493-495

Walker Percy's Voices (review)

pp. 496-497

Hard-Boiled: Working-Class Readers and Pulp Magazines (review)

pp. 497-498

Jack Kerouac's Duluoz Legend: The Mythic Form of an Autobiographical Fiction (review)

pp. 499-501

Novels From Reagan's America: A New Realism (review)

pp. 501-503

Britain, Ireland, and Continental Europe

Virginia Woolf (review)

pp. 504-506

Sympathy and Joyce's Dubliners: Ethical Probing of Reading, Narrative, and Textuality (review)

pp. 506-508

Outsiders Together: Virginia and Leonard Woolf (review)

pp. 508-510

Virginia Woolf's Essays (review)

pp. 510-513

"Woman, Your Hour is Sounding": Continuity and Change in French Women's Great War Fiction, 1914-1919 (review)

pp. 513-515

The Pleasure of Writing: Critical Essays on Dacia Maraini (review)

pp. 515-517

Prague Territories (review)

pp. 517-518

Other World Literatures

Chinese Modern: The Heroic and the Quotidian (review)

pp. 519-521

Theory and Cultural Studies

Pierre Bourdieu: Fieldwork in Culture (review)

pp. 522-526

The Agon of Modernism: Wyndham Lewis's Allegories, Aesthetics, and Politics (review)

pp. 526-528

Umberto Eco: Philosophy, Semiotics and the Work of Fiction (review)

pp. 528-530

Saying I No More: Subjectivity and Consciousness in the Prose of Samuel Beckett (review)

pp. 530-532

How Our Lives Become Stories: Making Selves (review)

pp. 532-534

Other Sexes: Rewriting Difference from Woolf to Winterson (review)

pp. 535-537

Straight with a Twist: Queer Theory and the Subject of Heterosexuality (review)

pp. 537-539

Countermodernism and Francophone Literary Culture: The Game of Slipknot (review)

pp. 540-541

Neo-slave Narratives: Studies in the Social Logic of a Literary Form (review)

pp. 541-543

Alice to the Lighthouse: Children's Books and Radical Experiments in Art (review)

pp. 543-545

In the Age of Distraction (review)

pp. 545-547

Rhetorical Narratology (review)

pp. 547-549


pp. 550-551

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