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From: MFS Modern Fiction Studies

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Articles

Veldtanschauung: Doris Lessing's Savage Africa

pp. 647-658
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A Story in Love's Default: André Brink's States of Emergency

pp. 659-675
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The "Octopus" in McTeague: Frank Norris and Professionalism

pp. 677-688
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Graham Greene and the Hounds of Brighton Rock

pp. 689-703
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Notes and Discussion

Reinscribing a Dead Author in If on a Winter's Night a Traveler

pp. 705-716
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Border Crossings in Marilynne Robinson's Housekeeping

pp. 716-724
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Book Reviews

Conflicting Stories: American Women Writers at the Turn into the Twentieth Century, and: California's Daughter: Gertrude Atherton and Her Times (review)

pp. 729-731
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After the World Broke in Two: The Later Novels of Willa Cather (review)

pp. 731-732
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Henry James and Revision: The New York Edition, and: American Designs: The Late Novels of James and Faulkner (review)

pp. 733-735
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Jean Toomer's Years With Gurdjieff: Portrait of an Artist, 1923-1936 (review)

pp. 735-736
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Down from the Mountain Top: Black Women's Novels in the Wake of the Civil Rights Movement, 1966-1989, and: Vicious Modernism: Black Harlem and the Literary Imagination, and: Inspiriting Influences: Tradition, Revision, and Afro-American Women's Novels (review)

pp. 737-738
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Hemingway: Essays of Reassessment, and: New Critical Approaches to the Short Stories of Ernest Hemingway, and: Hemingway's Quarrel with Androgyny, and: Less Than a Treason: Hemingway in Paris, and: Hemingway's Green Hills of Africa as Evolutionary Narrative: Helix and Scimitar (review)

pp. 739-743
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Vision and Revisions: Essays on Faulkner, and: The Ink of Melancholy: Faulkner's Novels from The Sound and the Fury to Light in August, and: Sutpen's Design: Interpreting Faulkner's Absalom, Absalom!, and: William Faulkner: The Yoknapatawpha Fiction, and: Faulkner and Modernism: Rereading and Rewriting (review)

pp. 743-752
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Conversations with Bernard Malamud (review)

pp. 752-753
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Eudora Welty: Eye of the Storyteller, and: Serious Daring from Within: Female Narrative Strategies in Eudora Welty's Novels, and: Erskine Caldwell Reconsidered (review)

pp. 754-756
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The Muses of John Barth: Tradition and Metafiction from Lost in the Funhouse to Tidewater Tales (review)

pp. 756-757
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Southern Women Writers: The New Generation, and: Daughters of Time: Creating Woman's Voice in Southern Story (review)

pp. 757-759
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The Modern American Urban Novel: Nature as "Interior Structure" (review)

p. 760
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New Readings of the American Novel: Narrative Theory and its Application (review)

pp. 761-762
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Likely Stories: Essays on Political Philosophy and Contemporary American Literature, and: The Character of Truth: Historical Figures in Contemporary Fiction, and: Designs of Darkness in Contemporary American Fiction (review)

pp. 763-766
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The Schlemiel as Metaphor: Studies in the Yiddish and American Jewish Novel (review)

pp. 766-767
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The Achievement of American Sport Literature: A Critical Appraisal (review)

pp. 768-769
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Critical Approaches to the Fiction of Margaret Laurence, and: The Dominion of Women: The Personal and the Political in Canadian Women's Literature, and: Writing in the Feminine: Feminism and Experimental Writing in Quebec (review)

pp. 769-772
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Confessional Fictions: A Portrait of the Artist in the Canadian Novel (review)

pp. 772-773
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Richard Wright: Books and Writers (review)

pp. 773-774
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The Collected Letters of George Gissing, Vol. I: 1863-1880 (review)

pp. 775-777
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Joseph Conrad and the Fiction of Skepticism, and: The French Face of Joseph Conrad, and: Joseph Conrad's Under Western Eyes: Beginnings, Revisions, Final Forms: Five Essays (review)

pp. 778-781
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Rethinking Lawrence, and: Metaphor and Meaning in D. H. Lawrence's Later Novels, and: The Language of D. H. Lawrence, and: Pictures and Fictions: Visual Modernism and the Pre-War Novels of D. H. Lawrence, and: D. H. Lawrence and the Trembling Balance (review)

pp. 781-785
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A Purgatorial Flame: Seven British Writers in the Second World War, and: English Fiction and Drama of the Great War, 1918-39 (review)

pp. 786-789
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The English Novel at Mid-Century: From the Leaning Tower (review)

pp. 789-790
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William Golding Revisited: A Collection of Original Essays, and: Word and Story in C. S. Lewis, and: Time and Anthony Powell: A Critical Study (review)

pp. 790-792
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Graham Greene: The Dangerous Edge (review)

pp. 793-794
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Paul Scott: A Life of the Author of The Raj Quartet (review)

pp. 794-796
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Banned in Ireland: Censorship and the Irish Writer, and: Contemporary Irish Novelists, and: Brian Moore: A Critical Study, and: Frank O'Connor at Work (review)

pp. 796-799
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The Spanish Civil War in Literature (review)

pp. 800-801
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Yuri Trifonov's The Moscow Cycle: A Critical Study (review)

pp. 801-802
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Katherine Mansfield and the Origins of Modemist Fiction (review)

pp. 802-803
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Katherine Mansfield: A Study of the Short Fiction (review)

pp. 804-805
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Naguib Mahfouz's Egypt: Existential Themes in His Writings (review)

pp. 805-807
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The Culture of Redemption, and: After Theory: Postmodernism/Postmarxism (review)

pp. 808-809
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Feminine Fictions: Revisiting the Postmodern, and: Beyond Feminist Aesthetics: Feminist Literature and Social Change, and: Gender, Genre and Narrative Pleasure (review)

pp. 810-813
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An Aesthetics of Junk Fiction, and: Murder Off The Rack: Critical Studies of Ten Paperback Masters (review)

pp. 813-815
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Reconstructing Desire: The Role of the Unconscious in Women's Reading and Writing, and: Telling Tales: The Hysteric's Seduction in Fiction and Theory (review)

pp. 816-818
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Versions of Pygmalion (review)

pp. 818-819
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Why the Novel Matters: A Postmodern Perplex, and: Dickens, Manzoni, Zola, and James: The Impossible Romance (review)

pp. 819-821
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Flights from Realism: Themes and Strategies in Postmodernist British and American Fiction, and: Contingent Meanings: Postmodern Fiction, Mimesis, and the Reader (review)

pp. 822-823
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In Quest Of The Other Person: Fiction As Biography, and: Exile And The Writer: Exoteric And Estoeric Experiences, A Jungian Approach (review)

pp. 824-825
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The Spirit of Biography, and: Novelists in Their Youth (review)

pp. 826-827
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Sport and the Spirit of Play in Contemporary American Fiction, and: Fourteen Landing Zones: Approaches to Vietnam War Literature (review)

pp. 828-830
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Index

Modern Fiction Studies Volume 37: 1991

pp. 831-832
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Contributors

Contributors

p. 646
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