Volume 38, Number 3, 1995

Table of Contents

Articles

Doubting Pater: Religious Discourse and "the conditions of modern life"

pp. 285-303

Embracing the Corpse: Discursive Recycling in H. Rider Haggard's She

pp. 305-327

Fiction as Fantasy: The Unreliable Narrator in The Moon and Sixpence

pp. 329-343

The Wilde Procession: A Review Essay

pp. 344-354

Book Reviews

RLS Letters: The Yale Edition

pp. 357-363

Gissing Letters VI

pp. 363-366

Cambridge's Lady Chatterley

pp. 366-370

Wilde Psychoanalytic Biography

pp. 370-373

Forster's Prose & Passion

pp. 373-376

Hellenism & Homosexuality

pp. 376-381

1890s Fiction

pp. 381-384

Degeneration & the Transition Era

pp. 384-387

The Wilde Century

pp. 387-391

Hopkins's Identity

pp. 391-395

Readers' Responses to Hopkins

pp. 395-397

Racial Representations 1875-1945

pp. 397-400

Fighting Forces, Writing Women

pp. 400-405

English Studies: Problems of a Discipline

pp. 405-409

After the Fall: Theory and Its Stories

pp. 409-412

Molly Blooms

pp. 413-416

Shaw & Joyce

pp. 416-420

Joyce & Myth

pp. 420-423

Irish Literature

pp. 423-426

Conrad & the Adventure Tradition

pp. 426-429

Theatre Dictionary

pp. 429-430

Books Received

Books Received

pp. 431-432

Précis

Précis

pp. 433-438