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  Volume 46, Number 1, Spring 2014

Table of Contents

Editor’s Introduction

pp. v-vii


Sleep and Sleep-watching in Dickens: The Case of Barnaby Rudge

pp. 1-19

Messianism and the Abject: Reading D. H. Lawrence’s The Plumed Serpent

pp. 20-43

“Laura was not thinking”: Cognitive Minimalism in Sylvia Townsend Warner’s Lolly Willowes

pp. 44-62

“Being Myriad, One”: Melville and the Ecological Sublime in Faulkner’s Go Down, Moses

pp. 63-82

Redeeming the National Ideal: Revisiting E. L. Doctorow’s The Book of Daniel and Its Political Implications

pp. 83-99

Humanity’s “True Moral Test”: Shame, Idyll, and Animal Vulnerability in Milan Kundera’s The Unbearable Lightness of Being

pp. 100-116


After the End

pp. 117-124


Joseph Conrad and the Reader: Questioning Modern Theories of Narrative and Readership by Amar ACHERAÏOU (review)

pp. 125-126

Matters of Fact in Jane Austen: History, Location, and Celebrity by Janine BARCHAS (review)

pp. 127-128

Sympathetic Realism in Nineteenth-Century British Fiction by Rae GREINER (review)

pp. 129-130

Victorian Women Writers, Radical Grandmothers, and the Gendering of God by Gail Turley HOUSTON (review)

pp. 130-131

The Modernist Novel: A Critical Introduction by Stephen KERN (review)

pp. 132-133

Making Gender, Culture, and the Self in the Fiction of Samuel Richardson: The Novel Individual by Bonnie LATIMER (review)

pp. 133-135

Adapting Poe by Dennis R. PERRY, and Carl H. SEDERHOLM (review)

pp. 135-137

Curious Subjects: Women and the Trials of Realism by Hilary M. SCHOR (review)

pp. 137-138

John Neal and Nineteenth-Century American Literature and Culture by Edward WATTS, and David J. CARLSON (review)

pp. 138-140

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