restricted access   Volume 1, Number 2, Spring 1977

Table of Contents

Articles

Dostoevsky, Camus, and Faulkner: Transcendence and Mutilation

pp. 131-146
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Every Horse Has a Mouth: A Personal Poetics

pp. 147-169
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Philosophy Needs Literature: John Barth and Moral Nihilism

pp. 170-182
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Wallace Stevens and William James: The Poetics of Pure Experience

pp. 183-191
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Coleridge and the Perils of the Unbridled Imagination

pp. 192-200
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Is Pangloss Leibniz?

pp. 201-208
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What Is the Matter?

pp. 209-221
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The Boatman of Kaizu: A Study in Movie Fantasy

pp. 222-237
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Critical Discussion

The Eclipse of Biblical Narrative: A Study in Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Hermeneutics (review)

pp. 238-243
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Shorter Reviews

Historical Drama: The Relation of Literature and Reality (review)

pp. 244-245
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The Story-Shaped World: Fiction and Metaphysics—Some Variations on a Theme (review)

pp. 245-247
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The Psychological Study of Literature: Limitations, Possibilities, and Accomplishments (review)

pp. 247-248
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On Value Judgements in the Arts and Other Essays (review)

pp. 248-250
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New Directions in Literary History (review)

pp. 250-251
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Modern Critical Theory: A Phenomenological Introduction (review)

pp. 251-252
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Cultural Thematics: The Formation of the Faustian Ethos (review)

pp. 252-253
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