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  Volume 43, Numbers 1-2, 1989

Table of Contents

Contributors

p. 4
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Announcements

p. 5
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Notes from the Executive Director

p. 6
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RMMLA Awards

p. 6
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Articles

Frames of Folklore, Frames of Fiction: The Narrative Frames in "El kacuy" and "Marta Riquelme"

pp. 7-18
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The Hipster, the Hero, and the Psychic Frontier in One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest

pp. 19-34
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Burning Mont-Cinère

pp. 35-45
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Frames of Light and Color

p. 46
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Hawthorne's Tragicomic Mode of Moral Allegory

pp. 47-59
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Father, Drunk, Squeezes Your Arm, Tells His Joke

p. 60
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Crimen y castigo en La fiaca de Ricardo Talesnik

pp. 61-74
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Book Reviews

Plus Ça Change, Plus Ça Change: Some Recent Work on the French Revolution (review)

pp. 75-81
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Changing Our Minds: Feminist Transformations of Knowledge ed. by Susan Hardy Aiken and Others (review)

pp. 82-83
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Prophesying Tragedy: Sign and Voice in Sophocles' Theban Plays by Rebecca W. Bushnell (review)

pp. 83-85
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White Writing: On the Culture of Letters in South Africa by J. M. Coetzee (review)

pp. 85-87
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Un monde à l' usage des Demoiselles by Paule Constant (review)

pp. 87-89
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Doubt and Identity in Romantic Poetry by Andrew M. Cooper (review)

pp. 89-90
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Hado y fortuna en la España del siglo XVI by Felipe Díaz-Jimeno (review)

pp. 91-92
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German Expressionist Prose: Theory and Practice by Augustinus P. Dierick (review)

pp. 92-94
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Homer: Poet of the Iliad by Mark W. Edwards (review)

pp. 94-96
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The Antiheroine's Voice: Narrative Discourse and Transformations of the Picaresque by Edward H. Friedman (review)

pp. 96-97
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Professing Literature: An Institutional History by Gerald Graff (review)

pp. 98-100
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The Madame Bovary Blues: The Pursuit of Illusion in Nineteenth-Century French Fiction by Stirling Haig (review)

pp. 100-101
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Christina Rossetti in Context by Anthony H. Harrison (review)

pp. 101-102
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Georg Lukács and Thomas Mann: A Study in the Sociology of Literature by Judith Marcus (review)

pp. 103-104
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Ariosto and Boiardo: The Origins of Orlando Furioso by Peter V. Marinelli (review)

pp. 104-106
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American Worlds Since Emerson by David Marr (review)

pp. 106-107
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Mary Shelley: Her Life, Her Fiction, Her Monsters by Anne K. Mellor (review)

pp. 107-109
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If Not Literature: Letters of Elinor Mead Howells by Ginette De B. Merrill and George Arms (review)

pp. 109-110
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The Fantastic in World Literature and the Arts: Selected Essays from the Fifth International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts ed. by Donald E. Morse (review)

pp. 110-112
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The Desert is No Lady: Southwestern Landscapes in Women's Writing and Art ed. by Vera Norwood and Janice Monk (review)

pp. 112-114
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Becoming True to Ourselves: Cultural Decolonization and National Identity in the Literature of the Portuguese-Speaking World by Maria Luisa Nunes (review)

pp. 114-115
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Writers at Work: The Paris Review Interviews ed. by George Plimpton (review)

pp. 116-117
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In Pursuit of Power: Heinrich von Kleist's Machiavellian Protagonists by William C. Reeve (review)

pp. 117-119
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Beneath the American Renaissance: The Subversive Imagination in the Age of Emerson and Melville by David S. Reynolds (review)

pp. 119-120
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Everyday Magic: Child Languages in Canadian Literature by Laurie Ricou (review)

pp. 121-122
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Sexual Underworlds of the Enlightenment by G. S. Rousseau and Roy Porter (review)

pp. 122-124
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The Quadrille of Gender: Casanova's Memoirs by Francois Roustang (review)

pp. 124-125
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William Carlos Williams, the Arts, and Literary Tradition by Peter Schmidt (review)

pp. 126-127
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