restricted access   Volume 9, Number 2, Autumn 1981

Table of Contents

From: Studies in American Fiction

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Psychoanalysis and American Fiction: The Subversion of Q.E.D.

pp. 137-157

"By all the truth of signs": James Fenimore Cooper's The Last of the Mohicans

pp. 159-179

The "New Scholarship": Textual Evidence and Its Implications for Criticism, Literary Theory, and Aesthetics

pp. 181-197

Tactus Eruditus: Phenomenology as Method and Meaning of James Dickey's Deliverance

pp. 199-216

Up From Elitism: The Aesthetics of Popular Fiction

pp. 217-213

The Feminine in Winesburg, Ohio

pp. 233-244

Joseph Heller, Something Happened, and the Art of Excess

pp. 245-260

Willa Cather's Women

pp. 261-275


Free Will and Determinism in American Literature (review)

pp. 277-278

Surpassing the Love of Men: Female Romantic Friendship from the Renaissance to the Present (review)

pp. 278-279

Robert Penn Warren: A Vision Earned (review)

pp. 279-281

Stephen Crane and Literary Impressionism (review)

pp. 281-282

Lionel Trilling: Criticism and Politics (review)

pp. 282-284

Critical Essays on Harriet Beecher Stowe (review)

pp. 284-285

Editor's Comment

p. 287