restricted access   Volume 36, Number 4, Summer 2013

Table of Contents


Raising Questions: Modernism, Genre, Text

pp. v-vi

Remaining a Mystery: Gertrude Stein, Crime Fiction and Popular Modernism

pp. 1-22

Conversation Pieces: Circulating Muriel Draper’s Salon

pp. 23-43

The Romantic and the Real: James Leslie Mitchell and the Search for a Middle Way

pp. 44-61

“The true and stirring stuff of which Romance is born”: Dark Princess and the revolutionary potential of literary form

pp. 62-76

Colonial Mimicry and Postcolonial Re-membering in Isidore Okpewho’s Call Me by My Rightful Name

pp. 77-95

“Wandering on the peripheries”: The Turkish novelistic hero as “Beautiful Soul”

pp. 96-112

Documents of Proletarian Fiction: Tillie Olsen’s Yonnondio: From the Thirties

pp. 113-132

Wandering Lines: Robert Grenier’s Drawing Poems

pp. 133-153

Middlebrow Made Masculine

pp. 154-156

Celebrity Modernism

pp. 157-160

The Burden of Legend: Beat Studies in the Twenty-First Century

pp. 161-172

Post-Prufrock Criticism: Dilettantes into Dialectics

pp. 173-176

Katherine Mansfield: An Anxious Legacy

pp. 177-182

Critical Impressionism: Max Saunders’s Self-Impression and the Portraiture of Life-Writing

pp. 183-186

Notes on Contributors

pp. 187-189