restricted access   Volume 35, Number 3, Fall 1989

Table of Contents

From: MFS Modern Fiction Studies

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Preface

Preface

pp. 407-416
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Abbreviations

Abbreviations

p. 417
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Acknowledgments

Acknowledgments

p. 418
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The Cracked Lookingglass of a Servant

Reading Authority: Feminism and Joyce

pp. 421-436
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Resistance to Paralysis in Dubliners

pp. 437-457
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The Question and the Quest: The Story of Mangan's Sister

pp. 459-477
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Stifled Back Answers: The Gender Politics of Art in Joyce's "The Dead"

pp. 479-503
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Molly Through the Lookingglass

The Pattern Out of the Wallpaper: Luce Irigaray and Molly Bloom

pp. 507-516
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Joyce's Modernist Woman: Whose Last Word?

pp. 517-528
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Molly's Resistance to the Union: Marriage and Colonialism in Dublin, 1904

pp. 529-541
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Molly's Flow: The Writing of "Penelope" and the Question of Women's Language

pp. 543-565
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Speculum of the Feminine

Toward a Female Grammar of Sexuality: The De/Recomposition of "Storiella as She is Syung"

pp. 569-586
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Apostrophizing the Feminine in Finnegans Wake

pp. 587-614
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Essay Review

In the Palace of Magistrates: Joyce/Women/Writing: An Essay Review

pp. 617-633
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 634-635
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