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Index to Volume 44 Author and Subject Index

From: Studies in the Novel
Volume 44, Numbers 4, Winter 2012
pp. 485-490 | 10.1353/sdn.2012.0037

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BARKER, PAT. See Kauffmann.
BOSWELL, Marshall. "David Foster Wallace and 'the Long Thing'".............................................263
"David Foster Wallace's The Pale King"................................367
"Trickle-Down Citizenship: Taxes and Civic Responsibility in David Foster Wallace's The Pale King"................464
BURN, Stephen J. "'A Paradigm for the Life of Consciousness': Closing Time in The Pale King"................................371
CANFIELD, DOROTHY. See Stout.
CATHER, WILLA. See Manocha. See Stout.
CLARE, Ralph. "The Politics of Boredom and the Boredom of Politics in David Foster Wallace's The Pale King"................................428
CONRAD, JOSEPH. See Manocha.
DEFOE, DANIEL. See Pearl.
DULK, Allard den. "Beyond Endless 'Aesthetic' Irony: A Comparison of the Irony Critique of Søren Kierkegaard and David Foster Wallace's Infinite Jest".....................325
EALY, Nicholas. "From Blood-on-Snow to Boys-on-Sand: Perceval's Mirror in Michel Tournier's The Ogre"..........................................62
EMERY-PECK, Jennifer "'Clearnesses, Clearances': Telegrams and Sorensen. the Formal Economy of The Golden Bowl"...............................................164
GOULD, Rebecca. "Allegory and the Critique of Sovereignty: Ismail Kadare's Political Theologies"......................................208
FEST, Bradley J. "'Then Out of the Rubble': The Apocalypse in David Foster Wallace's Early Fiction"............................................284
HAVARD, John C. "Mary Peabody Mann's Juanita: Cuba and US National Identity"...............144
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST. See Herlihy-Mera.
HERLIHY-MERA, Jeffrey. "When Hemingway Hated Paris: Divorce Proceedings, Contemplations of Suicide, and the Deleted Chapters of The Sun Also Rises".......................49
JAMES, HENRY. See Emery-Peck. See Smith.
KADARE, ISMAIL. See Gould.
KAUFFMANN, Krista. "'One Cannot Look at This'/'I Saw It': Pat Barker's Double Vision and the Ethics of Visuality"............................80
KELLY, Adam. "Development Through Dialogue: David Foster Wallace and the Novel of Ideas"................................267
LETZLER, David. "Encyclopedic Novels and the Cruft of Fiction: Infinite Jest's Endnotes".....304
MANN, MARY PEABODY. See Havard.
MANOCHA, Nisha. "Reading Documents: Embedded Texts in The Professor's House and The Shadow-Line"..................................186
PEARL, Jason H. "Desert Islands and Urban Solitudes in the Crusoe Trilogy".........................125
SAYERS, Philip. "Representing Entertainment(s) in Infinite Jest".....................................346
SMITH, David L. "The Jamesian Oedipus and the Freudian Moses: Image, Word, the Later Style, and The Ambassadors"........................1
STAES, Toon. "Rewriting the Author: A Narrative Approach to Empathy in Infinite Jest and The Pale King"..........................409
STOUT, Janis P. "Dorothy Canfield, Willa Cather, and the Uncertainties of Middlebrow and Highbrow".........................................27
TOURNIER, MICHEL. See Ealy.
WALLACE, DAVID FOSTER. SPECIAL ISSUE: See Boswell, Burn, Clare, den Dulk, Fest, Kelly, Letzler, Sayers, Staes, Warren, Wouters.
WARREN, Andrew. "Narrative Modeling and Community Organizing in The Pale King and Infinite Jest".....................................389
WOUTERS, Conley. "'What Am I, a Machine?': Humans, Information, and Matters of Record in David Foster Wallace's The Pale King"................................447

BOOKS REVIEWED
(Reviewers identified in parentheses)

Arac, Jonathan. Impure Worlds: The Institution of Literature in the Age of the Novel (Gerard Cohen-Vrignaud)................108
Balfour, Robert J., ed. Culture, Capital, and Representation (Joseph Conway).............................110
Bewes, Timothy. The Event of Postcolonial Shame (Sharon Pillai)..................................231
Cazenave, Odile and Patricia Célérier. Contemporary Francophone African Writers and the Burden of Commitment (Mary Ellen Wolf)............................241
Cohen, Samuel and Lee Konstantinou. The Legacy of David Foster Wallace (Clare Hayes-Brady)........................481
Cronin, Jan. The Frame Function: An Inside-Out Guide to the Novels of Janet Frame (Cindy Gabrielle).........................................242
Cronin, Jan and Simone Drichel, eds. Frameworks: Contemporary Criticism on Janet Frame (Cindy Gabrielle)........244
Daly, Suzanne. The Empire Inside: Indian Commodities in Victorian Domestic Novels (Ann-Marie Dunbar)........................112
Epstein, Edmund Lloyd. A Guide through Finnegans Wake (Benjamin Boysen)..........................246
Federico, Annette R., ed. Gilbert and Gubar's The Madwoman in the Attic After Thirty Years (Lisa Sternlieb)................................114
Fillion, Michelle. Difficult Rhythm: Music and the Word in E. M. Forster (Anna Peak)..............248
Kuchta, Todd. Semi-Detached Empire: Suburbia and the Colonization of Britain, 1880 to the Present (Kathleen Maloney)............250
Larabee, Mark D. Front Lines of Modernism. Remapping the Great War in British Fiction (Juan Herrero-Senés).......................100
Lee, Sue-Im. A Body of Individuals: The Paradox of Community in Contemporary Fiction (Anne Lovering Rounds).................116
Lenz, Brooke. John Fowles: Visionary and Voyeur (Carol Dell'Amico)..........................252
Lewis, Pericles. Religious Experience and the Modernist Novel (Juan Herrero-Senés).............100
Mallios, Peter. Our Conrad: Constituting American Modernity...



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