Volume 44, Number 1, 2001

Table of Contents

Articles

Ford Madox Ford's Modernism and the Question of Tradition

pp. 3-27

Mrs. Frank Penny's A Mixed Marriage: "A Tale Worth Reading"

pp. 28-45

Sexuality and Gender: "The Interlude" of Sarah Grand's The Heavenly Twins

pp. 46-63

Oscar Wilde and Macmillan and Co.: The Publisher and the Iconoclast

pp. 64-78

Book Reviews

Grand & the New Woman Novel

pp. 79-82

Christina Rossetti & Faith

pp. 82-86

Essays on Christina Rossetti

pp. 86-89

Woolf & the Aristocracy

pp. 89-92

Authorial Alternatives

pp. 92-95

The Failure of Language

pp. 95-98

Hugh Clifford

pp. 98-101

Conrad, Racism & Imperialism

pp. 101-104

A Life of James

pp. 104-106

Intimacy Between James & Lucy Clifford

pp. 106-110

Ulysses's Cast of Characters

pp. 110-113

Joyce: Ad & Commodity-Culture Man

pp. 113-117

Assimilation & Anti-Semitism

pp. 117-122

Lawrence as Playwright

pp. 122-125