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Index to Volume 45

From: Studies in the Novel
Volume 45, Number 4, Winter 2013
pp. 727-734 | 10.1353/sdn.2014.0019

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Author and Subject Index

ARDOIN, Paul. “Space, Aesthetic Power, and True Falsity in The Known World” ..........................(638)
BAKER, Timothy C. “Catherine Sinclair, Domestic Community, and the Catholic Imagination” ........(143)
BECKETT, SAMUEL. See Pedretti.
BENZIMAN, Galia. “Thrust beneath the Carpet: Hardy and the Failure of Writing” ..........................(198)
BOWEN, ELIZABETH. See Linett.
BOWSER, Rachel A. “Visibility, Interiority, and Temporality in The Invisible Man” ...................................(20)
CAMERON, S. Brooke. “‘She is Not a Lady, But a Legal Document’: The Tattoo as Contract in Mr. Meeson’s Will” ................................................(178)
CATHER, WILLA. SPECIAL ISSUE: See Clere, Harris, Homestead, Jaillant, Johanningsmeier, Lavin, O’Brien, Palleau-Papin, Reynolds, Ronning, Squires, Thacker.
CLARE, Ralph. “Family Incorporated: William Gaddis’s J R and the Embodiment of Capitalism” ..........................................................(102)
CLERE, Sarah. “Cather’s Editorial Shaping of Sapphira and the Slave Girl” ................................(442)
COETZEE, J. M. See Vermeulen.
COLLADO-RODRÍGUEZ, Francisco. “Textual Unreliability, Trauma, and the Fantastic in Chuck Palahniuk’s Lullaby” ..........................................................(620)
CONRAD, JOSEPH. See Dryden.
DAILEADER, Celia R. Caputi. “Othello’s Sister: Racial Hermaphroditism and Appropriation in Virginia Woolf’s Orlando” ............................................(56)
DOS PASSOS, JOHN. See Frattarola.
DRYDEN, Linda. “‘The Difference between Us’: Conrad, Wells, and the English Novel” ....................(214)
DUVALL, John N. “Homeland Security and the State of (American) Exception(alism): Jess Walter’s The Zero and the Ethical Possibilities of Postmodern Irony” ..........................................................(279)
EDGEWORTH, MARIA. See Weiss.
FAIRBANKS, A. Harris. “Ontology and Narrative Technique in Kazuo Ishiguro’s The Unconsoled”............(603)
FRATTAROLA, Angela. “The Limitations of Vision and the Power of Folklore in John Dos Passos’s U.S.A.” ............................................................(80)
GADDIS, WILLIAM. See Clare.
HAGGARD, H. RIDER. See Cameron.
HARDY, THOMAS. See Benziman.
HARRIS, Richard C. “‘Dear Alfred’/‘Dear Miss Cather’: Willa Cather and Alfred Knopf, 1920–1947” ..........................................................(387)
HOMESTEAD, Melissa J. “Willa Cather, Edith Lewis, and Collaboration: The Southwestern Novels of the 1920s and Beyond”................(408)
ISHIGURO, KAZUO. See Fairbanks.
JAILLANT, Lise. “Canonical in the 1930s: Willa Cather’s Death Comes for the Archbishop in the Modern Library Series” ...................(476)
JAMES, HENRY. See Walker.
JOHANNINGSMEIER, Charles. “The Making of ‘Die Tochter der Prärie [Daughter of the Prairie]’: Willa Cather’s Fictions in Germany, 1926–1952” ..........................................................(559)
JONES, EDWARD P. See Ardoin.
LAVIN, Matthew J. “Material Memory: Willa Cather, ‘My First Novels (there were two),’ and The Colophon: A Book Collector’s Quarterly” ..........................................................(500)
LEWIS, Michael Jay. “The Art of the Incredibly Serious: Native Son as Künstlerroman, Native Son as Fiction” ...........................................(234)
LINETT, Maren. “Modes of Dislocation: Jewishness and Deafness in Elizabeth Bowen” ........(259)
NEW REVENGE NOVEL. See Wiggins.
O’BRIEN, Sharon. “Possession and Publication: Willa Cather’s Struggle to Save My Ántonia” .........(460)
PALAHNIUK, CHUCK. See Collado-Rodríguez.
PALLEAU-PAPIN, Françoise. “Slowly, but Surely: Willa Cather’s Reception in France” .........................................(538)
PEDRETTI, Mark. “Late Modern Rigmarole: Boredom as Form in Samuel Beckett’s Trilogy” ..........(583)
PULSIFER, Rebecah. “Reading Kitty’s Trauma in Rebecca West’s The Return of the Soldier” ................(37)
REYNOLDS, Guy. “The Transatlantic Virtual Salon: Cather and the British” .......................................(349)
RONNING, Kari A. “Speaking Volumes: Embodying Cather’s Works”..............................................(519)
SINCLAIR, CATHERINE. See Baker.
SQUIRES, Ashley. “The Standard Oil Treatment: Willa Cather, The Life of Mary Baker G. Eddy, and Early Twentieth Century Collaborative Authorship” ......................................(328)
THACKER, Robert. “‘as the result of many solicitations’: Ferris Greenslet, Houghton Mifflin, and Cather’s Career”...............................(369)
VERMEULEN, Pieter. “Abandoned Creatures: Creaturely Life and the Novel Form in J. M. Coetzee’s Slow Man” ...............................................(655)
WALKER, Casey M. “Intimate Cities: The Portrait of a Lady and the Poetics of Metropolitan Space” ..........................................................(161)
WALTER, JESS. See Duvall.
WELLS, H. G. See Bowser; see Dryden.
WEISS, Deborah. “The Formation of Social Class and the Reformation of Ireland: Maria Edgeworth’s Ennui” .............................(1)
WEST, REBECCA. See Pulsifer.
WIGGINS, Kyle. “The New Revenge Novel” ....................(675)
WOOLF, VIRGINIA. See Daileader.
WRIGHT, RICHARD. See Lewis.

Books Reviewed
(Reviewers identified in parentheses)

Alfer, Alexa and Amy J. Edwards de Campos. A.S. Byatt: Critical Story-Telling (June Sturrock) ........................................... 693
Athanasourelis, John Paul. Raymond Chandler’s Philip Marlowe: The Hard-Boiled Detective Transformed (William Luhr) .................................. 299
Backscheider, Paula R. Elizabeth Singer Rowe and the Development of the English Novel (Nicholas Seager) ............................................................ 300
Byerly, Alison. Are We There Yet? Virtual Tourism and Victorian Realism (Richard Menke) ............................................................ 704
Betensky, Carolyn. Feeling for the...



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