restricted access   Volume 41, Numbers 2, Summer 2009

Table of Contents

From: Studies in the Novel

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Time and the Sibyl in Mary Shelley’s The Last Man

pp. 141-156

Minding the Body: Benito Cereno and Melville’s Embodied Reading Practice

pp. 157-177

“The Foul System”: The Great War and Instrumental Rationality in Parade’s End

pp. 178-200

An Orphaned Manliness: The Pukka Sahib and the End of Empire in A Passage to India and Burmese Days

pp. 201-223

Symbolic Narratives: The Dangers of Being an Intertextually Inclined Character

pp. 224-240


Modernism Singular Plural

pp. 241-252


The Architectural Imagination of Edith Wharton: Gender, Class, and Power in the Progressive Era (review)

pp. 254-255

Open Secrets: Literature, Education, and Authority from J-J. Rousseau to J. M. Coetzee (review)

pp. 255-257

Driving Women: Fiction and Automobile Culture in Twentieth-Century America (review)

pp. 258-259

Emerson’s Ghosts: Literature, Politics, and the Making of Americanists (review)

pp. 259-261

Men Beyond Desire: Manhood, Sex, and Violation in American Literature, and: Family, Kinship, and Sympathy in Nineteenth-Century American Literature (review)

pp. 261-263

Empathy and the Novel (review)

pp. 263-265

Never Say I: Sexuality and the First Person in Colette, Gide, and Proust (review)

pp. 266-267

The Void of Ethics: Robert Musil and the Experience of Modernity (review)

pp. 268-270

The Marriage Paradox: Modernist Novels and the Cultural Imperative to Marry (review)

pp. 270-271

Modernism, Metaphysics, and Sexuality (review)

pp. 271-273

Once You Go Black: Choice, Desire, and the Black Intellectual (review)

pp. 273-276