restricted access   Number 36, Spring 1991 (New Series)

Table of Contents

With Open Eyes

pp. 7-9

Dial a Date, and: Afterward

pp. 10-12

Spokes in the Wheel

pp. 13-14

Introduction to the Kitchen, and: Unemployment Office—Right

pp. 15-16

The Ghost of Sergeant DuBois Speaks of Radical Chic

pp. 17-18

The Dog Who Knows

p. 19


pp. 20-21


p. 22

The Silent Screamer

p. 23

Adamant as Michaelangelo

p. 24

Visiting Ethel

p. 25

The Examination, and: Tight White Silence, and: On The Edge, and: The Cobalt Machine, and: One-Sided, and: Reconstruction, and: Skeletons, and: The Second Cut, and: Field of Radiation

pp. 26-34

Freedom Hotel

pp. 35-70

Theatre and Political Intervention: The 70s Project in Britain Reconsidered

pp. 71-88

Masquerades of Gender in Nicaraguan Theater

pp. 89-104

Drawing the Line: Art and Cultural Identity in Contemporary Latin America (review)

pp. 105-108

The Conspiracy (review)

pp. 108-110

Repression and Recovery: Modern American Poetry and the Politics of Cultural Memory, 1910-1945 (review)

pp. 110-113

William Carlos Williams and James Laughlin: Selected Letters, and: The Still Performance: Writing, Self, and Interconnection in Five Postmodern American Poets (review)

pp. 113-117

Positions and Presuppositions in Science Fiction (review)

pp. 117-118

Models of Power: Politics and Economics in Zola's "Rougon-Macquart." (review)

pp. 118-120

C.L.R. James: The Artist as Revolutionary (review)

pp. 120-124

The Politics of Modernism (review)

pp. 125-128

Social Figures: George Eliot, Social History and Literary Representation (review)

pp. 128-130

Between Angels, and: The Pomegranate Tree Speaks from the Dictator's Garden (review)

pp. 130-135

Feminist Criticism and Social Change: Sex, class and Race in Literature and Culture, and: Contemporary Women's Fiction: Narrative Practice and Feminist Theory (review)

pp. 135-137

The Autobiographical Subject: Gender and Ideology in Eighteenth-Century England (review)

pp. 138-139


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