restricted access   Volume 33, Number 1, Spring 1987

Table of Contents

From: MFS Modern Fiction Studies

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Special Issue: Modern Sports Fiction

Guest Co-Editors: Brooke K. Horvath and William J. Palmer

Contributors

Contributors

p. 2
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Preface

Preface

pp. 3-7
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Articles

From Jane Allen to Water Dancer: A Brief History of the Feminist (?) Sports Novel

pp. 9-20
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Faustian Athletes? Sports as a Theme in Modern German Literature

pp. 21-33
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The Work of Play: Anger and the Expropriated Athletes of Alan Sillitoe and David Storey

pp. 35-47
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Counter-Ethnicity and the Jewish-Black Baseball Novel: The Cases of Jerome Charyn and Jay Neugeboren

pp. 49-63
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Street Games in J. D. Salinger and Gerald Green

pp. 65-72
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The Black Man as Fictional Athlete: Runner Mack, the Sporting Myth, and the Failure of the American Dream

pp. 73-83
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Norman Mailer: Boxing and the Art of His Narrative

pp. 85-104
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Deconstructing the Logos: Don DeLillo's End Zone

pp. 105-123
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Dan Jenkins' Needle

pp. 125-134
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Postmodernist Baseball

pp. 135-149
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Bang the Drum Differently: The Southpaw Slants of Henry Wiggen

pp. 151-159
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Of Hobby-Horses, Baseball, and Narrative: Coover's Universal Baseball Association

pp. 161-171
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Shoeless Joe: Fantasy and the Humor of Fellow-Feeling

pp. 173-182
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Three on: An Interview with David Carkeet, Mark Harris, and W. P. Kinsella

pp. 183-194
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Announcement

Announcement

p. 196
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