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INDEX The following index covers the first twenty volumes of Studies in American Fiction beginning with Volume 1, Number 1 in the Spring of 1973 and ending with Volume 20, Number 2 in Autumn of 1992. It is arranged in three parts: a subject index, including the names of authors and literary topics; an author index, listing the authors of the articles, notes, and reviews in the journal; and a list of books reviewed. Volume numbers are represented in Roman numerals, page numbers in Arabic. Since volumes are paginated consecutively, no issue numbers are indicated. Subject Index Acting. XI, 217-231. Adams, Henry. V, 281-84; XVIII, 13144 . Aesthetics. IX, 217-231. Afro-American fiction. See Black fiction. Afro-American literature. See Black literature. Age. XVI, 217-27. Alcott, Louisa May. XV, 187; XX, 20508 . Alienation. XI, 19-30. Ambiguity. XII, 91-98; XVI, 209-16. American Gothic fiction, XIV, 127—38; XVIII, 243-45; XX, 209-17. American humor. XIV, 115-117. American-Jewish literature. I, 231—32; VIII, 239-46; XIII, 114-115. American literature. IX, 277-78; X, 119-20. ---------- early. V, 1-12. ---------- children's. XX, 120-21. ---------- modern. I, 76-91; II, 245-46; V, 65-77, 79-98, 99-108. American novel of manners. XV, 24951 . Anderson, Sherwood. I, 163-75; VII, 17-26; IX, 233-44; XV, 240-43; XVIII, 118-21, 123-24. Anthropology. XVI, 169-80; XX, 21924 . Antinomians. XII, 189-198. Anti-Semitism. XX, 219-24. Archer, Isabel. XVI, 65-82. Authorship. XIV, 85-91. Autobiography. XIX, 203-15. Ballantyne, Shelia. XVI, 27-38. Bambara, Toni Cade. XIX, 120-21. Barth, John. VI, 248-50; XII, 99-108; XV, 109-17; XVII, 251-52. Barthelme, Donald. X, 118-119. Beat generation, the. VIII, 251-52; XI, 19-30. Behaviorism. VII, 83-91. Bellamy, Edward. VIII, 51-68. Bellow, Saul. I, 113-14; II, 223-29; IH, 104-06, 107-09; VI, 248-50; VIII, 249-51; XII, 91-98; XVI, 119-20; XIX, 116-17. Berger, Thomas. XVII, 131-42. Bibliography. II, 3-11, 57-74; 75-88; 89—103. See also Textual criticism. Bierce, Ambrose. XVIII, 87-98; XIX, 221-28. Bjornson, Bjornstjerne. VII, 249—51. Black characters. I, 24-34; HI, 121-31; VII, 209-19; XII, 111-13; XIV, 6376 ; XIX, 129-39; See also Black literature ; Half-breed, the. Black literature. I, 1-23, 163-75; II, 119-22; IV, 93-104; V, 109-26; VI, 120-21; VIII, 127-45; XV, 161-73; XVII, 117-20; XVIII, 17-26; XIX, 31-40, 120-22, 141-51. See also Black characters; Half-Breed, the; individual authors. Body, the. XII, 13-28; XVI, 83-97; XIX, 175-87. Bontemps, Ama. XIX, 71-83. Bouciault, Dion. XV, 1-11. Brautigan, Richard. X, 118-19. 232 Index Brooks, Van Wyck. VI, 106-09. Brown, Charles Brockden. IV, 111-19, 127-42; VIII, 98-105; IX, 33-46; XI, 123-125; XII, 1-11, 114-115, 145-160; XIV, 127-38; XV, 25-42; XVIII, 41-54. Brown, William Hill. I, 121-32. Browne, John Ross. VI, 111-12. Burke, Kenneth. V, 113-35. Cable, George Washington. IX, 127—28; XI, 266-67; XIX, 123-24. Cafes, the. XVIII, 233-40. Caldwell, Erskine. V, 213-25. Callaghan, Morley. I, 118-20. Cather, Willa. V, 263-68; VI, 157-71; VIII, 229-31 IX, 261-75; XIII, 7188 ; XIV, 49-61; XV, 247-49; XVI, 141-53, 217-27; XVII, 81-91, 18392 ; XVIII, 65-75, 125-27; XIX, 203-15; XX, 124-25. Censorship. XIX, 85-93. Character. XVI, 229-36. Cheever, John. IX, 21-31; XII, 17588 ; XIV, 237-39. XX, 85-97. Chekhov, Anton. IX, 135-36. Chesterton, G. K. XI, 241-45. Chestnutt, Charles W. XV, 161-73. Chicano literature. VI, 93-100. Children. XIX, 1-13. Children's literature. IV, 238-239; X, 107-14. Chopin, Kate. I, 62-75; III, 89-95, 157-66; V, 280-81; X, 71-81, 15171 ; XX, 205-08. Christianity. XI, 61-71. Civil War, the. XVIII, 87-98; XIX, 221-28. Class. XVI, 111-18. Clemens, Samuel. See Twain, Mark. Comic novel, the. II, 119-22; IH, 10406 , 181...

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