Complete Index

Volume 47, Number 1 (Winter 2017)
· Allison Tharp, "'There is a secret down here...': Physical Containment and Social Instruction in Rebecca Harding Davis’s 'Life in the Iron Mills'"
· Margaret Toth, "Seeing Edith Wharton’s Ghosts: The Alternative Gaze on Page and Screen"
· Ryan Siemers, "'Eternal, Slithery Penance': Graham Swift's Waterland and the Secularization of Confession"
· Chang-Hee Kim, "The Biopolitical Effect of Cold War Containment in a Coming-of-Age Narrative"
· Elif Oztabak Avci, "'Playing Bad for White Ears': A Study of the Narratee in Andrea Levy's The Long Song"
· Rahul K. Gairola and Ashna Ali, "Ambivalence and Security in the Anglo-American Empire: A Critical Dialogue with Professor Homi K. Bhabha"

Volume 47, Number 2 (Summer 2017)
· Scott Stroud and Jaishikha Nautiyal, "Embedded Stories and the Use of Ambiguity in Ancient Indian Narratives: Selfshadowing in the Anugītā
· Ju Young Jin, "Spies in the Third Space: Spy as a Trope for Cultural Emplacement in Chang-rae Lee’s Native Speaker and Kim Young-Ha’s Your Republic is Calling You"
· Dale Pattison, "Domestic Violence: The Narrative Architectures of Michael Haneke's Funny Games"
· Alexandra Effe, "Coetzee’s Summertime as a Metaleptic Conversation"
· Swaralipi Nandi, "Narrative Ambiguity and the Neoliberal Bildungsroman in Aravind Adiga's The White Tiger"

Volume 47, Number 3 (Fall 2017)
Special Issue: "Dis/enabling Narratives" edited by Essaka Joshua
· Eliza Chandler, “Troubled Walking: Storying the In-Between”
· Chris Foss, “‘For the future let those who come to play with me have no hearts’: The
Affect of Pity in Oscar Wilde’s ‘The Birthday of the Infanta’”
· Amanda Apgar, “Becoming Narratives: The Entanglement of Ability, Gender, Sexuality, and Time in ‘Special Needs’ Memoir”
Skye Anicca, “Cripping the Mermaid: A Borderlands Approach to Feminist Disability
Studies in Valerie Martin’s ‘Sea Lovers’”
· Evan Chaloupka, “Intersubjectivity and Narrative Technique in Of Mice and Men and
‘Johnny Bear’”

Volume 46, Number 1 (Winter 2016)
· Maria O'Malley, "Imagining Massachusetts: Political Geography and Sexual Control in Harriet Jacobs's Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl"
· Lauren Elkin, "Getting the Story Across: Jean Rhys's Paranoid Narrative"
· Eloy F. Rodriguez LaBrada, "Insufferable Loves: Helisenne and Nietzsche on the Limits of Narrative Experience"
· Stefan Kjerkegaard, "Getting People Right. Getting Fiction Right: Self-Fashioning, Fictionality, and Ethics in Philip Roth's Books"
· Christopher Ewers, "'Genre in Transit': Agatha Christine, Trains, and the Whodunit"

Volume 46, Number 2 (Summer 2016)
· Richard R. Russel, "The Life of Things in the Place of Howards End"
· Shalyn Claggett, "Fiction over Fact: Narrative Ethics in Edward Bulwer-Lytton's Eugene Aram"
· Scott Richmond, "On Learning to Fly at the Movies: Avatar and How to Train Your Dragon"
· Maik Nwosu, "The Festival Spirit and the Comic Horizon in African Literature"
· Harriet Linkin, "The Deceptively Strategic Narrator of Rebecca"

Voume 46, Number 3
(Fall 2016)
· David S. Roh, "Distributed Communications"
· WeiWei Xu, "Elitist versus Vernacular Cosmopolitanism in Naipaul's Miguel Street"
· Adia Mendelson-Maoz, "The Face of the Dead Other: A Levinasian Reading of Contemporary Israeli Novels by A.B. Yehoshua and Shifra Horn"
· Tammy Amiel Houser, "Confronting the Dogs of War: Violence and Caregiving in Ian McEwan's Black Dogs and David Grossman's To The End of the Land"
· Ana-Karina Schneider, "The Discourse of Self-Representation in Literary Studies in 1980, Romania"

Volume 45, Number 1  (Winter 2015)
· Fiona Doloughan, "The Construction of Space in Contemporary Narrative: A Case Study"
· Christoher D. Kilgore, "Unnatural Graphic Narrative: The Panel and the Sublime"
· Jeanne-Marie Jackson, "Retreating Reality: Chekhov's South African Afterlives"
· Sian E. White, "An Aesthetics of Unintimacy: Narrative Complexity in Elizabeth Bowen's Fictional Style" 
· Wanzengh Michelle Wang, "「這又不是演戲」'We're Not Playacting Here': Self-Reflexivity in the Taiwanese Idol-Drama”
· Talitha Espiritu, “The Marcos Romance and the Cultural Center of the Philippines: The Melodrama of a Therapeutic Cultural Policy”

Volume 45, Number 2 (Summer 2015)
· Laura Westengard, "'Conquering Immortality': Gothic AIDS Literature as Queer Futurity in Gil Cuadros’ City of God"
· Robert Z. Birdwell, "The Radical Novel: Utopian and Scientific"
· Helen Davis, "'I Seemed to Possess Two Wives': The Professor’s Implied Narrative"
· Joellen Masters, "Haunted Gender in Rhoda Broughton’s Supernatural and Mystery Tales"
· Katherine Weese, "Detection, Colonialism, Postcolonialism: The Sense of an Ending in Julian Barnes’s Arthur & George"
· Denys Van Renen, "'Broken and Disturbed': Re-Narrativizing Scotland in Dorothy Wordsworth’s Recollections"

Volume 45, Number 3 (Fall 2015)
· David Aitchison, "Lost Causes, Affective Affinities: Radical Chronotope in the Age of Liberal Narrative"
· Marta Puxan, "Racial Stereotypes as Narrative Forms: Staging the English Gentelman in Joseph Conrad's 'Lord Jim'"
· Erin James, "Immersed in the Storyworld: Oil, Nigeria, and You in Ken Saro-Wiwa's Sozaboy"
· Chad Jewett, "'Being Uncle Remus': The Folk Uncanny and the Remus/Rabbit Archetype in Faulkner's Was and The Reivers"
· Wen Jin, “Inconspicuous Magic: Cognitive Theories of Narrative Influence and Karen Tei Yamashita’s I-Hotel
· Maria O’Malley, "Imagining Massachusetts:  Political Geography and Sexual Control in Harriet Jacobs’s Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl"

Volume 44, Number 3  (Fall 2014)
Special Issue: "Consensual Empires" edited by Nataša Kovačević
· Kristine Kotecki, "Europeanizing the Balkans at the Sarajevo Film Festival" 
· Erin Trapp, "Human Rights Poetry: On Ferida Duraković’s Heart of Darkness"
· Mary Dellenbaugh, "The Creation of Consensus through Spatial Appropriation: Normalization of Western Hegemony in 
the Built Environment" 
· Irena Šentevska, "Turbo-Folk as the Agent of Empire: On Discourses of Identity and Difference in Popular Culture"
· Elena Danilova, "Neoliberal Hegemony and Narratives of 'Losers' and 'Winners' in Post-Socialist Transformations"
· Gabriel Tsang, "Political Narratology and Consensual Development in Post-Mao China"

Volume 44, Number 2  (Summer 2014)
· Kate Drabinski. "Incarnate Possibilities: Female to Male Transgender Narratives and the Making of the Self"
· Mike Marais. "'I Am Infinitely Strange to Myself': Existentialism, the Bildungsroman, and John Fowles’s The French Lieutenant’s Woman"
· Maximilian Alders, "'Mind-Telling' in Silas Lapham"
· Heidi Bollinger, "Crimes of Racial and Generic Mixing in John A. Williams’s Clifford’s Blues"
· Ioana Patuleanu, "Deep Readings and Thin Screens: Narrative Kenosis in Jane Barker's A Patch-Work Screen for the Ladies"
· Julián Jiménez Heffernan, "'At the Court Of Bellona': Political and Libidinal Usurpation in Barry Lyndon"

Volume 44, Number 1  (Winter 2014)
·Greta Olson, "Like a Dog: Rituals of Animal Degradation in J.M. Coetzee's Disgrace and Abu Ghraib Prison"
· Frida Beckman, "Becoming Pawn: Alice, Arendt, and the New in Narrative"
· Ming Dong Gu, "Postmodernity without Postmodern Conditions: Homemade Modernism in Lu Xun’s Old Tales Retold"
· Jim Donahue, "Focalization, Ethics, and Cosmopolitanism in James Welch’s Fools Crow"
· Marco Caracciolo, "Beyond Other Minds: Fictional Characters, Mental Simulation, and 'Unnatural' Experiences"

Volume 43, Number 3  (Fall 2013)
Special Issue: "Muriel Rukeyser" edited by Elisabeth Däumer
· Elisabeth Däumer, "Introduction: Muriel Rukeyser's Presumptions"
· Eric Keenaghan, "Biocracy: Reading Poetic Politics Through The Traces of Muriel Rukeyser's Life-
Writing "
· Catherine Gander, "Facing the Fact: Word and Image in Muriel Rukeyser's 'Worlds Alongside'"
· Craig Morehead. "Negative Entropy and the Energy of Utopian Potential in Muriel Rukeyser's The Book of the Dead"
· Stephanie Stricklan, "'Another Form of Life'" Muriel Rukeyser, Willard Gibbs, and Analogy"
· Stefana Heim , "'Whose Fires Would Not Stop': Muriel Rukeyser and the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1976"
· Rowena Kennedy-Epstein, "'Whose Fires Would Not Stop': Muriel Rukeyser and the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1976"
· Alicia Ostriker, "The Runner"

Volume 43, Number 2  (Summer 2013)
· Lisa M. Vetere, "The Malefic Unconscious: Gender, Genre, and History in Early Antebellum Witchcraft Narratives"
· Elke D'hoker, "The Development of Katherine Mansfield's First-Person Narratives" 
· Alice Bell and Jan Alber, "Ontological Metalepsis and Unnatural Narratology"
· Ashley Barnwell, "From Paranoid to Reparative: Narratives of Cultural Identification in the Social Sciences" 
· Zara Dinnen, "In the Mix: The Potential Convergence of Literature and New Media in Jonathan Lethem's 'The Ecstasy of Influence'"

Volume 43, Number 1  (Winter 2013)
· Angus Fletcher and Mike Beviniste, "A Scientific Justification for Literature: Jane Austen's Free Indirect Style as Ethical Tool" 
· Patrick C. Fleming, "'The Delight of Our Earlier Days': Character, Narrative, and the Village School
· Peter Sinclair, "Drama and Narrative in Hannah Arendt's Eichmann in Jerusalem" 
· Nasser Mufti, "Reading the Interregnum: Anachronisms in Gordimer's July People'" 
· Chielozona Eze, "'Death Here I Am': Violence and Redemption in Zakes Mda's Ways of Dying"

Volume 42, Number 3  (Fall 2012)
Special Issue: "Decolonizing Narrative Theory" edited by Sue J. Kim 
· Sue J. Kim, "Introduction: Decolonizing Narrative Theory" 
· Misun Dokko, "The Dirt on Narratives of Resistance in Jessica Hagedorn's Play  Dogeaters  "
· Toral Jatin Gajarawala, "Fictional Murder and Other Descriptive Deaths" V.S. Naipaul's  Guerrillas  and the Problem of Postcolonial Description"
· Jennifer Riddle Harding, "Narrating the Family in Charles W. Chesnutt's 'Her Virginia Mammy'"
· Laura Buchholz, "Unnatural Narrative in Postcolonial Contexts: Re-reading Salman Rushdie's  Midnight Children  "

Volume 42, Number 2  (Summer 2012)
· Lisa M. Vetere, "The Malefic Unconscious: Gender, Genre, and History in Early Antebellum Witchcraft Narratives"
· Elke D'hoker, "The Development of Katherine Mansfield's First-Person Narratives" 
· Alice Bell and Jan Alber, "Ontological Metalepsis and Unnatural Narratology"
· Ashley Barnwell, "From Paranoid to Reparative: Narratives of Cultural Identification in the Social Sciences" 
· Zara Dinnen, "In the Mix: The Potential Convergence of Literature and New Media in Jonathan Lethem's 'The Ecstasy of Influence'"

Volume 42, Number 1  (Winter 2012)
· Michael Mayne, "Place and Agency in The House of Mirth
· Lucia Aielle, "Looking at the 'Crack'd Mirror': Narratives of Restoration and Anticipation in Grazia Deledda's  La madre and Anna Banti's  Artemisia 
· Emily M. Hinnov, "Maneuvers of Silence and the Task of 'New Negro' Womanhood" 
· Christopher J. Knight, "The Second Saddest Story: Despair, Belief, and Moral Perseverance in Penelope Fitzgerald's 'The Bookshop'" 
· Paul Dawson, "Real Authors and Real Readers: Omniscient Narration and a Discursive Approach to the Narrative Communication Model"

Volume 41, Number 3  (Fall 2011)
Special Issue: "Popular Shakespeares: Modes, Media, Bodies" edited by Ayanna Thompson 
· Ayanna Thompson, "Introduction: Popular Shakespeares" 
· Greg Colón Semenza, "The Globalist Dimensions of Silent Shakespeare Cinema"
· Francesca T. Royster, "Comic Terror and Masculine Vulnerability in  Slings and Arrows: Season Three  "
· Peter Erickson, "'Othello's Back':  Othello  as Mock Tragedy in Rita Dove's  Sonata Mulattica 
· Jason Demeter, "Pearls in Beauteous Ladies' Eyes: Shakespeare, Race, and Riots in the American Metropolis"
· Geoffrey Way, "Social Shakespeare:  Romeo and Juliet, Social Media, and Performance"
· Courtney Lehmann, "'Brothers' Before Others: The Once and Future Patriarchy in  Hamlet 2  "

Volume 41, Number 2  (Summer 2011)
· Russ Castronovo, Alan Nadel, Christopher Castiglia, Brian Thrill. "Introduction:Will Teach for Meaning"
· Russ Castronovo, "Teaching the Good"
· Alan Nadel, "Teaching Culture" 
· Christopher Castiglia, "Teaching, Hopefully" 
· Brian Thill, "Teaching Protest (And Other Antiquities)" 
· Jeffrey Bilbro, "'That Petrified Laugh' : Mark Twain's Hoaxes in 'The West' and 'Camelot'"
· Robert Efird, "Isochrony and the Story/Discourse Distinction in Alexander Sokurov's  Russian Ark
· Gregorz Maziarczyk, "'From Zero to Hero' An Ourouborean Typology of Naratees Identifiable in Modern Fiction in English" 
· Erica Weitzman, "Specters of Narrative: Ismail Kadare's  The General of the Dead Army "

Volume 41, Number 1  (Winter 2011)
· Harryman, Carla. "Introduction: Non/Narrative"
· Anastasopoulos, Dimitri. "Present Without Memory: Self-Forgetfulness, Omniscience and Non-Narration in the 2003 State of the Union Speech and Lautréamont's Maldoror"
· Clover, Joshua. "Autumn of the System: Poetry and Financial Capital"
· Jennison, Ruth. "Scrambling Narrative: Niedecker and the White Dome of Logic"
· Halpern, Rob. "Realism and Utopia: Sex, Writing, and Activism in New Narrative"
· Watten, Barrett. "Presentism and Periodization in Language Writing,Conceptual Art, and Conceptual Writing" 

Volume 40, Number 3  (Fall 2010)
· Gottlieb, Evan. "Blameless Empires and Long-Forgotten Melodies: Anne Grant's 'The Highlanders,' Walter Scott's 'The Lay of the Last Minstrel', and the Poetry of Sympathetic Britishness"
· Ready, Robert. "Textula"
· Mallin, Eric S. "Out of Joint: Memento as Contemporary Hamlet"
· Winterhalter, Teresa. "'Plastic Fork in Hand': Reading as a Tool of Ethical Repair in Ian McEwan's Saturday"
·Ichitani, Tomoko. "Town of Evening Calm, Country of Cherry Blossoms: The Renarrativation of Hiroshima Memories"

Volume 40, Number 2  (Summer 2010)
· James, David. "Hearing Hardy: Soundscapes and the Profitable Reader"
· Severn, Stephen E. "Quasi-Professional Culture, Conservative Ideology, and the Narrative Structure of George Gissing's New Grub Street"
· Adair, William. "The Sun Also Rises: Mother Brett"
· Johnson, Erica. "'Provincializing Europe': The Postcolonial Urban Uncanny in V. S. Naipaul's A Bend in the River"
· Travis, Molly Abel. "Beyond Empathy: Narrative Distancing and Ethics in Toni Morrison's Beloved and J. M. Coetzee's Disgrace"

Volume 40, Number 1  (Winter 2010)
· Olszewski, Brian. "Ludic Economies of Wuthering Heights"
· Colón, Susan E. "Realism and Parable in Charlotte Yonge's The Heir of Redclyffe"
· Bolton, Micheal Sean. "Get Off the Point: Deconstructing Context in the Novels of William S. Burroughs"
· Anderson, Emily R. "Telling Stories: Unreliable Discourse, Fight Club, and the Cinematic Narrator"
· Martínez-Alfaro, María Jesús. "A Look into the Abyss: The Unsolvable Enigma of the Self and the Challenges of Metaphysical Detection in Martin Amis's Night Train"

Volume 39, Number 3  (Fall 2009)
· Kong, Belinda. "Shanghai Biopolitans: Wartime Colonial Cosmopolis in Eileen Chang's Love in a Fallen City and J. G. Ballard's Empire of the Sun"
· Terentowicz-Fotyga, Urszula. "Unreal City to City of Referents: Urban Space in Contemporary London Novels"
· Effron, Malcah. "Fictional Murders in Real 'Mean Streets': Detective Narratives and Authentic Urban Geographies"
· Thompson, Hilary. "The Colonial City as Inverted Laboratory in Baumgartner's Bombay and The Calcutta Chromosome"
· Fraser, Benjamin. "Narrating the Organic City: A Lefebvrian Approach to City Planning, the Novel, and Urban Theory in Spain"
· Chilton, Myles. "Realist Magic and the Invented Tokyos of Murakami Haruki and Yoshimoto Banana"

Volume 39, Number 2  (Summer 2009)
· Judge, Jennifer. "The 'Seamy Side' of Human Perfectibility: Satire on Habit in Edward Bulwer-Lytton's The Coming Race"
· Morris, Christopher D. "The Deconstruction of the Enlightenment in Mark Twain's A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (1889)"
· Dupras, Joseph A. "A Tiger for Malgudi: Allotropy and Congruity"
· Johns, Timothy. "Laughing Off Apartheid: Comedy at the Twilight of White Minority Rule"
· Miyahara, Kazunari. "Why Now, Why Then?: Present-Tense Narration in Contemporary British and Commonwealth Novels"

Volume 39, Number 1  (Winter 2009)
· Leigh, David J. “Narrative, Ritual, and Irony in Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress
· Loeffler, Toby H. "Erin Go Bragh: ‘Banal Nationalism' and the Joycean Performance of Irish Nationhood”
· Sorenson, Eli Park. “Novelistic Interpretation: The Traveling Theory of Lukács's Theory of the Novel
· Duggan, Robert. “Big-Time Shakespeare and the Joker in the Pack: The Intrusive Author in Martin Amis's Money
· Worthington, Marjorie. “The Texts of Tech: Procreative Authorship in Geek Love and Galatea 2.2

Volume 38, Number 3  (Fall 2008)
· Wake, Paul. “Plotting as Subversion: Narrative and the Gunpowder Plot”
· Amorós, José Antonio Álvarez. “On Mark Ambient's Henpeckery in ‘The Author of Beltraffio,” or How to Keep Up Narratorial Preconceptions”
· See, Sam. “Fast Books Read Slow: The Shapes of Speed in Manhattan Transfer and The Sun Also Rises” 
· Just, Daniel. “The Modern Novel from a Sociological Perspective: Towards a Strategic Use of the Notion Genres” 
· Booth, Paul. “Intermediality in Film and Internet: Donnie Darko and Issues of Narrative Substantiality”

Volume 38, Number 2  (Summer 2008)
· Coates, Kimberly Engdahl. “Eros in the Sickroom: Phosphorescent Form and Aesthetic Ecstasy in D.H. Lawrence's Sons and Lovers”
· Singer, Marc. “Making History: Cinematic Time and the Powers of Retrospection in Citizen Kane and Nixon”
· Knight, Christopher. “Lydia Davis's Own Philosophical Investigation: The End of the Story”
· Marais, Michael. “From the Standpoint of Redemption: Aesthetic Autonomy and Social Engagement in J.M. Coetzee's Fiction of the Late Apartheid Period”
· DePreist, Maria. “Once Upon a Time, Today: Hearing Fleur's Voice in Tracks”
· Collier, Patrick C. “‘Our Silly Lies': Ideological Fictions in M. Night Shyamalan's ‘The Village'”

Volume 38, Number 1  (Winter 2008)
Special Issue: Realism in Retrospect Volume 2, ed. Audrey Jaffe and Abby Coykendall
· Coykendall, Abby. Introduction
· Zalloua, Zahi. “Alain Robbe-Grillet's La Jalousie: Realism and the Ethics of Reading”
· Barnaby, Edward. “The Realist Novel as Meta-Spectacle”
· Arva, Eugene L. “Writing the Vanishing Real: Hyperreality and Magical Realism”
· Scanlon, Julie. “Why Do We Still Want To Believe? The Case of Annie Proulx”
· Gonzalez, Madelena. “The Aesthetics of Post-Realism and the Obscenification of Everday Life: The Novel in the Age of Technology”

Volume 37, Number 3  (Fall 2007)
· Driedger, Derek. “Writing Isolation and Resistance to Assimilation as ‘Imaginative Art': Wila Cather's Anti-Narrative in Shadows on the Rock”
· Cohen, Victor. “Progressive Nostalgia: The Post-War Crime Fiction of Paul William Ryan”
· Anshen, David. “Clichés and Commodity Fetishism: The Violence of the Real in Jim Thompson's The Killer Inside Me”
· DelConte, Matthew. “A Further Study of Present Tense Narration: the Absentee Narratee, and Four-Wall Present Tense in Coetzee's Waiting for the Barbarians and Disgrace”
· Smith, Eric D. “‘Caught Straddling a Border': A Novelistic Reading of Amitav Ghosh's In an Antique Land”
· Forbes, Shannon. “Performative Identity Formation in Frank McCourt's Angela's Ashes: A Memoir”

Volume 37, Number 2  (Summer 2007)
Special Issue: Premodern to Modern Humanisms: The BABEL Project, ed. Eileen Joy and Christine Neufeld
· Moore, Michael E. “A Historian's Notes for a Miloszan Humanism”
· Birrer, Doryjane. “A New Species of Humanities: The Marvelous Projgeny of Humanism and Postmodern Theory”
· Seaman, Myra J. “Becoming More (than) Human: Affective Posthumanisms, Past and Present”
· Norris, Robin. “Mourning Rights: Beowulf, the Iliad, and the War in Iraq”
· Bachman, Maria K. “Who Cares? Novel Reading, Narrative Attachment Disorder, and the Case of The Old Curiosity Shop”
· Uebel, Michael. “B(eing)-Students”

Volume 37, Number 1  (Winter 2007)
· Nesler, Miranda Garno. “‘What Once I was, and What am Now': Narrative and Identity Constructions in Samson Agonistes”
· Alexander, Lily. “Storytelling in Time and Space: Studies in Chronotope and Narrative Logic on Screen”
· Swenson, Rivka. “‘A Soldier Is Her Darling Character': Susanna Centlivre, Desire, Difference, and Disguise”
· Russell II, Keith A. “‘Now Every Word She Said Was Echoed, Echoed Loudly in My Head': Christophine's Language and Refractive Space in Jean Rhys's Wide Sargasso Sea”
· Claycomb, Ryan. “Staging Psychic Excess: Parodic Narrative and Transgressive in Performance”
· Longmuir, Anne. “Genre and Gender in Don DeLillo's Players and Running Dog”
· Gerlach, John. “To Close or Not To Close: Alice Munro's ‘The Love of a Good Woman'”

Volume 36, Number 3  (Fall 2006)
Special Issue: Realism in Retrospect Volume 1, ed. Audrey Jaffe and Abby Coykendall
· Jaffe, Audrey. Introduction
· Sills, Adam. “Surveying ‘The Map of Slavery' in Aphra Behn's Oroonoko”
· Heady, Emily W. “‘Must I Render an Acount?': Gengre and Self-Narration in Charlotte Bronte's Villette”
· Thrailkill, Jane F. “Emotive Realism”
· Williams-Wanquet, Eileen. “Towards Defining ‘Postrealism' in British Literature”
· James, David. “Relocating Mimesis: New Horizons for the British Regional Novel”

Volume 36, Number 2  (Summer 2006)
· Carpenter, John. “Placing Thomas Deloney”
· Norris, Margot. “Fact, Fiction, and Anti Semitism in the Cyclops Episode of Joyce's Ulysses”
· Whiting, Frederick. “Playing Against Type: Statistical Personhood, Depth Narrative, and The Business of Genre in James M. Cain's Double Indemnity”
· Brown, Peter Robert. “‘There's Something about Mary': Narrative and Ethics in The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie”
· Berlatsky, Eric L. “‘The Swamps of Myth… and Empirical Fishing Lines': Historiography, Narrativity, and the ‘Here and Now' in Graham Swift's Waterland”
· Austenfeld, Anne. “The Revelatory Narrative Circle in Barbara Kingsolver's The Poisonwood Bible”

Volume 36, Number 1  (Winter 2006)
· Habib, Imtiaz. “Indians in Shakespeare's England as ‘the First-Fruits of India': Colonial Effacement and Postcolonial Reinscription”
· Hsieh, Lili. “The Other Side of the Picture: The Politics of Affect in Virginia Woolf's Three Guines”
· Benziman, Galia. “‘Dispersed Are We': Mirroring and National Identiy in Virginia Woolf's Between the Acts”
· Miller, Gavin. “Aesthetic Depersonalization in Louise Welch's The Cutting Room”
· Wesse, Katherine. “The ‘Invisible' Woman: Narrative Strategies in The Stone Diaries”

Volume 35, Number 3  (Fall 2005)
Special Issue: Travel and the Body, ed. Marguerite Helmers and Tilar J. Mazzeo 
· Helmers, Marguerite and Tilar J. Mazzeo. “Introduction: Travel and the Body”
· Salmoni, Steven. “Ghosts, Crowds, and Spectacles: Visions of Venetian Travel in Henry James's Italian Hours”
· Gephardt, Katarina. “‘The Enchanted Garden' or ‘The Red Flag': Eastern Europe in Late Nineteenth-Century British Travel Writing”
· Lee, Heidi Oberholtzer. “ Turtle Tears and Captive Appetites: The Problem of White Desire in the Caribbean”
· Brisson, Ulrike. “Fish and Fetish: Mary Kingsley's Studies of Fetish in West Africa”
· Meaney, Shealeen A. “‘Sans Clothes and Sans Reproche': Beauty, Nature, and Transgression in Post-Suffrage American Women's Travel Narratives”
· Kelley, Joyce. “Increasingly ‘Imaginative Geographies': Excursions into Otherness, Fantasy, and Modernism in Early Twentieth-Century Women's Travel Writing”

Volume 35, Number 2  (Summer 2005)
· Shen, Dan. “Why Contextual and Formal Narratologies Need Each Other”
· Comer, Todd A. “Playing at Birth: Samueal R. Delany's Dhalgren”
· Mann, Karen B. “Lost Boys and Girls in Spielberg's Minority Report”
· Schuyler, Michael T. “‘Traffic Was a Bitch': Gender, Race and Spectatorship in Robert Altman's The Player”
· Harris, Richard C. “Getting Claude ‘Over There': Sources for Book Four of Cather's One of Ours”
· Stout, Janis P. “Response to Richard C. Harris's ‘Getting Claude “Over There”: Sources for Book Four of Cather's One of Ours' for the Journal of Narrative Theory”
· Harris, Richard C. “Richard Harris's Response to Janis Stout's Comment”

Volume 35, Number 1  (Winter 2005)
· Mercer, Lorraine. “I Shall Make No Excuse: The Narrative Odyssey of Mary Seacole”
· Bruns, John. “Get Out of Gaol Free, or: How to Read a Comic Plot”
· Clausson, Nils. “Degeneration, Fin-de-Siècle Gothic, and the Science of Detection: Arthur Conan Doyle's The Hound of the Baskervilles and the Emergence of the Modern Detective Story”
· Jeffers, Jennifer M. “Rhizome National Identity: ‘Scatlin's Psychic Defense' in Trainspotting”
· Behr, Kate. “‘Same-as-Difference': Narrative Transformations and Intersecting Cultures in Harry Potter”

Volume 34, Number 3  (Fall 2004)
Special Issue: Narrative Emotion: Feeling, Form and Function, ed. Jeffrey Pence and Ingrid Geerken
· Pence, Jeffrey. “Narrative Emotion: Feeling, Form and Function”
· Chaney, Christine. “The Rhetorical Strategies of ‘Tumultuous Emotions': Wollstonecraft's Letters Written in Sweden”
· Summers-Bremner, Eluned. “Reading, Walking, Mourning: W. G. Sebald's Peripatetic Fictions”
· Deslandes, Jeanne. “A Philosophy of Emoting”
· Geerken, Ingrid. “‘The Dead Are Not Annihilated': Mortal Regret in Wuthering Heights”
· Weiss, David. “The Happiness of the Storyteller”

Volume 34, Number 2  (Summer 2004)
· Addison, Catherine. “Ottava Rima and Novelistic Discourse”
· Crangle, Sara. “‘Regularly Irregular...Dashign Waters':Navigating the Stream of Consciousness in Wordsworth's The Grasmere Journals”
· Norkus, Zenonas. “Historical Narratives as Pictures: On Elective Affinities between Verbal and Pictorial Representations”
· Ferrebe, Alice. “The Gaze of the Magus: Sexual/Scopic Politics in the Novels of John Fowles”
· Foley, Barbara. “Ralph Ellison, Intertextuality, and Biographical Criticism: An Answer to Brian Roberts”
· Roberts, Brian. “The CPUSA's Line and Atmosphere: Did Ellison and Wright Walk It as They Breathed It as They Wrote?”

Volume 34, Number 1  (Winter 2004)
· Masters, Joellen. “‘Nothing More' and ‘Nothing Definite': First Wives in Elizabeth Gaskell's Wives and Daughters (1866)”
· Honaker, Lisa. “‘One Man to Rely On': Long John Silver and the Shifting Character of Victorian Boys' Fiction”
· Egert, Charles. “Love and Homocide in the Jazz Age Novel”
· Roberts, Brian. “Reading Ralph Ellison Synthesizing the CP and NAACP: Sympathetic Narrative Strategy, Sympathetic Bodies”
· Seigneurie, Ken. “The Importance of Being Kawabata: The Narratee in Today's Literature of Commitment”

Volume 33, Number 3  (Fall 2003)
· Singer, Alan. “Aesthetic Corrigibility: Bartleby and the Character of the Aesthetic”
· Goh, Robbie B. H. “(M)Othering the Nation: Guilt, Sexuality, and the Commercial State in Coleridge's Gothic Poetry”
· Docker, John. “The Enlightenment and Genocide”
· Kurahashi, Yuko. “Creating a Tapestry of Voice and Silence in Michiko Ishimure's Kugai jōdo (Paradise in the Sea of Sorrow)”
· Murphy, Terence Patrick. “Durational Realism? Voice over Narrative in James Kelman's An Old Pub near the Angel, and Other Stories”

Volume 33, Number 2  (Summer 2003)
· Pugh, Tison. “Queering Genres, Battering Males: The Wife of Bath's Narrative Violence”
· Starzyk, Lawrence J. “Charlotte Brontë's The Professor: The Appropriation of Images”
· Végső, Roland. “Mart Barton and the Dissembled Dialogue”
· Woodruff, Adam. “‘The Shape of a City': Recollectin in Benjamin's ‘A Berlin Chronicle' and Breton's Nadja”
· Müller-Funk, Wolfgang. “On Narratology of Cultural and Collective Memory”

Volume 33, Number 1  (Winter 2003)
Special Issue: Benjamin and Bakhtin--Vision and Visuality, ed. John Docker and Subhash Jaireth
· Docker, John and Subhash Jaireth. “Introduction: Benjamin and Bakhtin--Vision and Visuality”
· Patke, Rajeev S. “Benjamin and Bakhtin: the Possibility of Conversation”
· Jaireth, Subhash. “What is there in a Portrait? Adami's Benjamin, Seliverstov's Bakhtin and the Aura of Seeing and Showing”
· Davis, Therese. “First Sight: Blindness, Cinema and Unrequited Love”
· Summerhayes, Catherine. “Who in Heaven? Tracey Moffatt: Men in Wet-Suits and the Female Gaze”
· Leung Yuk Ming, Lisa. “Love Generation, Sleeping Forest, and the Urban ‘Dream': Rural Myth in Japanese TV Dramas”
· Dorrian, Mark. “Of Skulls and Stealth: Reflections on the Image of the New Military Technology”

Volume 32, Number 3  (Fall 2002)
Special Issue: Benjamin and Bakhtin--New Approaches, New Contexts, ed. John Docker and Subhash Jaireth
· Docker, John and Subhash Jaireth, “Introduction: Benjamin and Bakhtin--New Approaches, New Contexts”
· Clark, Katerina “M.M. Bakhtin and ‘World Literature'“
· Davis, Richard “Enchanting the State: Benjamin in Indigenous Australia”
· Bird Rose, Deborah. “Dialogue with Place: Toward an Ecological Body”
· Ganguly, Debjani. “History's Implosions: A Benjaminian Reading of Ambedkar”
· Curthoys, Ned. “Hannah Arendt and the Politics of Narrative”
· Boer, Roland. “The Bowels of History, or The Perpetuation of Biblical Myth in Walter Benjamin”

Volume 32, Number 2  (Summer 2002)
· Nixon, Cheryl L. “‘Stop a Moment at the Preface': The Gendered Paratexts of Fielding, Barker, and Haywood”
· Salvatore, Anne T. “Toni Morrison's New Bildungsromane: Paired Characters and Antithetical From in The Bluest Eye, Sula, and Beloved”
· Durham, Carolyn A. “Mosaics of the Might-Have-Been: Metaphor, Migration, adn Multiculturalism in Claire Messud's The Last Life”
· Bratton, Mary. “Winterson, Bakhtin, and the Chronotope of a Lesbian Hero”
· Lee, Sue-Im. “Suspicious Characters: Realism, Asian American Identity, and Theresa Hak Kyung Cha's Dictee”

Volume 32, Number 1  (Winter 2002)
· Sparks, Tabitha. “Surgical Injury and Narrative Cure in Wilkie Collins's Poor Miss Finch and Heart and Science”
· Williams, M. Kellen. “‘Where All Things Sacred and Profane Are Turned Into Copy': Flesh, Fact and Artifact in Joseph Conrad's The Secret Agent”
· Chaney, Michael A. “Traveling Harlem's Europe: Vagabondage from Slave Narratives to Gwendolyn Bennett's “Wedding Day” and Claude McKay's Banjo”
· Stewart, Jack. “Metafiction, Metadrama, and the God-Game in Murdoch's The Unicorn”
· Major, William. “Aesthetics and Social Critique in Anatole Broyard's Intoxicated by My Illness”

Volume 31, Number 3  (Fall 2001)
· Andres, Sophia. “Narrative Challenges to Visual, Gendered Boundaries: Mary Shelley and Henry Fuseli”
· Brannigan, John. “‘The Storyteller': Narrative Authority and Cultural Nationalism in Brendan Behan's Short Fiction”
· Miller, Gavin. “Literary Narrative as Soteriology in the Work of Kurt Vonnegut and Alasdair Gray”
· Singer, Marc. “Moving Forward to Reach the Past: The Dialogics of Time in Amy Tan's The Joy Luck Club”
· Kirk, John. “Urban Narratives: Contesting Place and Space in Some British Cinema from the 1980s”

Volume 31, Number 2  (Summer 2001)
· Lassner, Phyllis. “A Bridge Too Close: Narrative Wars to End Fascism and Imperialism”
· Vernon, Alex. “Narrative Miscegenation: Absalom, Absalom! as Naturalist Novel, Auto/Biography, and African-American Oral Story”
· Chan, Edward K. “(Vulgar) Identity Politics in Outer Space: Delany's Triton and the Heterotopian Narrative”
· Ellis, David. “‘The Produce of More than One Country': Race, Identity, and Discourse in Post-Windrush Britian”
· Schneller, Beverly. “‘Visible and Visitable': The Role of History in Gita Mehta's Raj and Rohinton Mistry's A Fine Balance”

Volume 31, Number 1  (Winter 2001)
· Kuchar, Gary. “Rhetoric, Anxiety, and the Pleasures of Cuckoldry in the Drama of Ben Jonson and Thomas Middleton”
· Deppman, Hsiu-Chuang. “Rereading the Mirror Image: Looking-Glasses, Gender, and Mimeticism in Virginia Woolf's Writing”
· Johnson, Erica L. “Contours of Travel and Exile in The Voyage Out”
· Baetens, Jan. “Going to Heaven: A Missing Link in the History of Photonarrative?”
· Berrettini, Mark. “Bad Blood: Epistemological Conflict, the Color Line, and One False Move”

Volume 30, Number 3  (Fall 2000)
Special Issue: Cinema & Narrative, ed. Mary M. Gallucci and Ian Wojcik-Andrews
· Wojcik-Andrews, Ian. Introduction
· Botshon, Lisa. “Anzia Yezierska and the Marketing of the Jewish Immigrant in 1920s Hollywood”
· DeFino, Dean. “Killing Owen Taylor: Cinema, Detective Stories, and the Past”
· Coykendall, Abigail Lynn. “Bodies Cinematic, Bodies Politic: The ‘Male' Faze and the ‘Female' Gothic in De Palma's Carrie” **
· Chow, Karen Har-Yen. “Asian American Transnationalism in John Woo's Bullet in the Head”
· Huang, Tsung-yi. “Hong Kong Blue: Flaneurie with the Camera's Eye in a Phantasmagoric Global City”
** Winner of the 2001 Florence Howe Award for Outstanding Feminist Scholarship

Volume 30, Number 2  (Spring 2000)
· Austin-Smith, Brenda. “The Reification of Milly Theale: Rhetorical Narration in The Wings of the Dove”
· Matteo, Chris Ann. “le grand jeu and The Great Game: The Politics of Play in Walter Scott's Waverley and Rudyard Kipling's Kim”
· Goh, Robbie B. H. “‘Clockwork' Language Reconsidered: Iconicity and Narrative in Anthony Burgess's A Clockwork Orange”
· Eckford-Prossor, Melanie. “Colonizing Children: Dramas of Transformation”
· Wheatley, Alison E. “An Experiment in Understanding: Narrative Strategies of Association and Accumulation in Conrad's Under Western Eyes”

Volume 30, Number 1  (Winter 2000)
· Plasa, Carl. “Charlotte Bronte's Foreign Bodies: Slavery and Sexuality in The Professor”
· Irvine, Robert P. “Enlightenment, Agency, and Romance: The Case of Scott's Guy Mannering”
· Franke, Damon. “In the ‘nummifeed confusionary': Reading the Negative Confession of Finnegans Wake”
· Pence, Jeffrey. “After Monumentality: Narrative as a Technology of memory in William Gass's The Tunnel”
· Gomel, Elana. “Aliens Among Us: Fascism and Narrativity”

Volume 29, Number 3  (Fall 1999)
Special Issue: “The Masses” in U.S. Literature and Culture, ed. Joel Woller
· Woller, Joel. Introduction
· Maloney, Courtney. “The Faces in Lonesome's Crowd: Imaging the Mass Audience in A Face in the Crowd”
· Cunningham, Charles. “To Watch the Faces of the Poor: Life Magazine and the Mythology of Rural Poverty in the Great Depression”
· Schreibersdorf, Lisa. “Radical Mothers: Maternal Testimony and Metaphor in Four Novels of the Gastonia Strike”
· Foley, Barbara. “Reading Redness: Politics and Audience in Ralph Ellison's Early Short Fiction”
· Woller, Joel. “First-Person Plural: The Voice of the Masses in Farm Security Administration Documentary”

Volume 29, Number 2  (Spring 1999)
· Graziano, Anne. “The Death of the Working-Class Hero in Mary Barton and Alton Locke”
· Goh, Robbie B. H. “Textual Hyde and Seek: ‘Gentility,' Narrative Play and Proscription in Stevenson's Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde”
· Wall, Kathleen. “Frame Narratives and Unresolved Contradictions in Virginia Woolf's A Room of One's Own”
· Masters, Joshua J. “Race and the Infernal city in Tom Wolfe's Bonfire of the Vanities”
· Rees, Richard. “Good Will Hunting or Wild Goose Chase?: Masculinities and the Myth of Class Mobility”

Volume 29, Number 1  (Winter 1999)
· Bach, Rebecca. “Titus Andronicus, Transcedence and Succession”
· Garlepp Burns, Karen. “The Paradox of Objectivity in the Realist Fiction of Edith Wharton and Kate Chopin”
· Ellis, Juniper. “Engendering Melville”
· Robinson, Lori. “Writing Reconstruction: Race and ‘Visualist Identity' in Whitelaw Reid's After the War”
· Shumway, David. “Romance in the Romance: Love and Marriage in Turn-of-the-Century Best Sellers”

Volume 28, Number 3  (Fall 1998)
Special Issue: Feminist Historicism and British Narrative, ed. Devoney Looser
· Looser, Devoney. Introduction
· Burstein, Miriam Elizabeth. “‘The Reduction of the Historic Muse': Agnes Strickland and the Commerce of Women's History”
· Hartmann, Van C. “Tory Feminism in Mary Astell's Bart'lemy Fair”
· Narain, Mona. “APrescription of Letters: Maria Edgeworth's Letters For Literary Ladies and the Ideologies of the Public Sphere”
· Ingrassia, Catherine. “Fashioning Female Authorship in Eliza Haywood's The Tea-Table”
· Kaston, Andrea J. “Speaking Pictures: The Fantastic World of Christina Rossetti and Arthur Hughes”
· Levin, Kate. “‘The Meanness of Writing for a Bookseller': John Cleland's Fanny on the Market”
· Schorn, Susan. “Punish Her Body to Save Her Soul: Echoes of the Irish Famine in Jane Eyre”
· Heng, Mary. “Tell Them No Lies: Reconstructed Truth in Wollstonecraft's A Short Residence in Sweden”

Volume 28, Number 2  (Spring 1998)
· Kellen Williams, M. “‘Traced and Captured By the Men in the Chaise': Pursuing Sexual Difference in Wilkie Collins's The Woman in White”
· Duncan, Charles. “The White and the Black: Charles W. Chestnutt's Narrator-Protagonists and the Limits of Authorship”
· Diemert, Brian. “The Death of the Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald and The Last Tycoon”
· Medero, Dana. “The Sieve and the Rainbow Serpent: Bleeding Gravity's Rainbow”

Volume 28, Number 1  (Winter 1998)
· Tracey, Karen. “‘Little Counterplots' in the Old South: Narrative Subterfuge in Caroline Hentz's Domestic Fiction”
· Levine, Michael. “Screenwriting: William Gaddis's J R”
· Williams, Jeff. “Narrative Games: The Frame of The Turn of the Screw”
· Bond, Adrian. “The Way It Wasn't in Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises”
· Martin, Rebecca E. “‘I should like to spend my whole life in reading it': Repetition and the Pleasure of the Gothic”

Volume 27, Number 3  (Fall 1997)
· Herold, Niels. “On Teaching the Madness of King Lear”
· Quick Langer, Nancy. “‘There is no such ladies now-a-days': Capsizing ‘the patriarch bull' in Charlotte Bronte's Shirley”
· Gripp, Paul. “When Knighthood Was Progressive: Progressive Historicism and the Historical Novel”
· Van Wyk Smith, M. “The Emplltment of Ethnicity: Narrative Cognition and the Construction of ‘Race'“
· Last, Suzan. “Hawthorne's Feminine Voices: Reading The Scarlet Letter as a Woman”

Volume 27, Number 2  (Spring 1997)
· Coleman, Dan. “‘A World Complete in Itself': Elegiac Narration in The Great Gatsby”
· Moraru, Christian. “Consuming Narratives: Don DeLillo and the ‘Lethal' Reading'“
· Liste Noya, Jose. “‘Ghostbusters': Fantasy and Postmodern Death in Pynchon's Vineland”
· Zaller, Robert. “Robinson Jeffers, Narrative, and the Freudian Family Romance”
· Wilner, Arlene. “‘Happy, happy ever after': Story and History in Art Spiegelman's Maus”

Volume 27, Number 1  (Winter 1997)
Special Issue: Theorizing Modern Hispanic Fiction, ed. Francisco LaRubia-Prado
· LaRubia-Prado, Fancisco. Introduction
· Heller, Ben. “Paternal Anxiety, Sexuality, and the Archive of Latin American Narrative--or, Up River with Tiresias”
· Kerr, Lucille. “Academic Relations and Latin American Fictions”
· Mandrell, James. “‘Experiencing Technical Difficulties': Genre and Gender, Translation and Difference: Lourdes Ortiz, Maria
· Antonia Oliver and Blanca Alvarez”
· Moreiras, Alberto. “The End of Magical Realism: Jose Maria Arguedas's Passionate Signifier (El zorro de arriba y el zorro de abajo)”
· Sklodowska, Elzbieta. “Uncharted Territories: Space and Memory in Rachel's Song by Miguel Barnet”
· Spires, Robert. “Discursive Constructs and Spanish Fiction of the 1980s”

Volume 26, Number 3  (Fall 1996)
· Bratach, Anne. “Following the Intrigue: Aphra Behn, Genre, and Restoration Science”
· Camargo, Sandra. “Face Vale and the Value of Face in Les Liaisions dangereuses: The Rhetoric of Form and the Critic's
· Seduction”
· Pollock, Lori. “(An)Other Politics of Reading Jane Eyre”
· MacDonagh, Gwendolyn and Smith, Jonathan. “‘Fill Up All the Gaps': Narrative and Illegitimacy in The Woman in White”
· Wood, Naomi. “‘The New Mother': Domestic Inversions, Terror, and Children's Literature”

Volume 26, Number 2  (Spring 1996)
· Smith, R. McClure. “‘I don't dream about it anymore': The Textual Unconscious in Jean Rhys Wide Sargasso Sea”
· Doherty, Gerald. “Ars Erotica or Scientia Sexualis?: Narrative Vicissitudes in D. H. Lawrence's Women in Love”
· Plate, Liedeke. “‘I came from a woman': Writing, Gender, and Authorship in Helene Cixous's The Book of Promethea”
· Arnold, David L. “There Is No Such Thing as ‘Was'“
· Nicol, Bran J. “Anticipating Retrospection: The First-Person Retrospective Novel and Iris Murdoch's The Sea, the Sea”

Volume 26, Number 1  (Winter 1996)
· Fischlin, Daniel. “‘Counterfeiting God': James VI (I) and the Politics of Daemonologie (1597)”
· Perkins, Pam. “Playfulness of the Pen: Bage and the Politics of Comedy”
· Gomel, Elana. “The Body of Parts: Dickens and the Poetics of Synecdoche”
· Fontana, Ernest. “Rossetti's ‘St. Agnes of Intercession' as Metaphysic Narrative Fragment”
· Harding, James M. “The Signification of Arabella's Missile: Feminine Sexuality, Masculine Anxiety and Revision in Jude the
· Obscure”

Volume 25, Number 3  (Fall 1995)
· Greenfield, Matthew. “Coetzee's Foe and Wittgenstein's Philosophical Investigations: Confession, Authority, and Private
· Languages”
· DeShong, Scott. “Toward an Ethics of Reading Faulkner's Sanctuary”
· Arthos, John. “Rhetoric of the Ineffable: The (Post-) Modern Audience's Equipment for Living”
· Arend, Mary Kate. “Perhaps the Narrator Protests Too Much: Conditional Narration in Light in August”
· Wilson, Raymond J. III. “Overcoming Reification in Daniel Martin: John Fowles's Response to Georg Lukacs”

Volume 25, Number 2  (Spring 1995)
· Anderson, Antje Schaum. “Gendered Pleasure, Gendered Plot: Defloration as Climax in Clarissa and Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure”
· Juengel, Scott J. “Writing Decomposition: Defoe and the Corpse”
· McCrea, Brian. “Roderick Ransom's “Agreeable Lassitude” and Smollett's Anamestic Fiction”
· Phillips, Jerry. “Narrative, Adventure and Schizophrenia: From Smollett's Roderick Ransom to Melville's Omoo”
· Waugh, Robin. “Competitive Narrators in the Homecoming Scene of Beowulf”

Volume 25, Number 1  (Winter 1995)
· Kamel, Rose. “‘Before I Was Set Free': The Creole Wife in Jane Eyre and Wide Sargasso Sea”
· Bush, Lyall. “Consuming Hemingway: ‘The Snows of Kilimanjaro' in the Postmodern Classroom”
· Jeffers, Jennifer. “Beyond Irony: The Unnamable's Appropriation of its Critics in a Humorous Reading of the Text”
· Bowen, Deborah. “The Riddler Riddled: Reading the Epigraphs in John Fowles's The French Lieutenant's Woman”
· Weilgosz, Anne-Kathrin. “Displacement in Raymond Federman's Double or Nothing or: ‘noodles and paper coincide'“

Volume 24, Number 3  (Fall 1994)
· Koehler, Martha J. “Epistolary Closure and Triangular Return in Richardson's Clarissa”
· Clunas, Alex. “Comely External Utterance: Reading Space in The Strange Case of Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde”
· Salotto, Eleanor. “Frankenstein and Dis(re)membered Identity”
· Eaton, Mark A. “‘Lost in their Mazes': Framing Facts and Fictions in Benito Cereno”
· Matheson, Neill. “Heavy Spirits: Depression and Materiality in The Marble Faun”

Volume 24, Number 2  (Spring 1994)
· Guth, Deborah. “‘Wonder what God had in Mind': Beloved's Dialogue with Christianity”
· Rio-Jelliffe, R. “The Language of Time in Fiction: A Model in Faulkner's “Barn Burning'“
· Canovas, Frederic. “This is Not a Dream: Drawing the Line Between Dream and Text”
· Baxter, Gisele Marie. “‘After such knowledge, what forgiveness?': Exile, Marriage and the Resistance to Commitment in D.H.
· Lawrence's Kangaroo”
· Winniford, Lee. “Suppressing the Masculine Metanarrative: The Uncaging of Glasgow's Barren Ground”

Volume 24, Number 1  (Winter 1994)
· Gottfried, Barbara. “Household Arrangement and the Patriarchal Order in Bleak House”
· Wall, Kathleen. “The Remains of the Day And Its Challenges to Theories of Unreliable Narration”
· Andres, Sophia. “Narrative Instability in Portrait of a Lady: Isabel on the Edge of the Social”
· Gardner, Richard M. “Huck's Ending: The Intimacy and Disappointment of Tourism”
· Hild, Allison. “Community/Communication in Woolf's The Waves: The Language of Motion”

Volume 23, Number 3  (Fall 1993)
· Pottle, Russ. “The Monkey Before The Whale: “Signifyin(g)” and Melville's Mardi”
· Faruki, LaVonne Zinck. “David Hume on Epistemology: Revision and the Tropics of Discourse”
· Baldwin, Marc D. “‘To Make It into a Novel--Don't talk About It': Hemingway's Political Unconscious”
· Evans, T. Jeff. “Narratology in Kenneth Fearing's Big Clock”
· Smith, Karen R. “Allegory and Autobiography: George Perec's Narrative Resistance to Nostalgia”

Volume 23, Number 2  (Spring 1993)
· Orr, Elaine. “Mothering as Good Fiction: Instances from Marge Piercy's Woman on the Edge of Time”
· Benson, Peter. “Entering The Castle”
· Craig, Randall. “Logophobia in Jane Eyre”
· Easton, Celia A. “Sense and Sensibility and the Joke of Substitution”
· Barratt, Robert. “Marabar: The Caves of Deconstruction”

Volume 23, Number 1  (Winter 1993)
· Ogden, Daryl. “Bathsheba's Visual Estate: Female Spectatorship in Far From the Madding Crowd”
· Beauvais, Paul Jude. “Postmodernism and the Ideology of Form: The Narrative Logic of Joan Didion's Democracy”
· Baldridge, Cates. “Agnes Gray--Bronte's Bildungsroman That Isn't”
· Person, Leland S., Jr. “Trusting the Tellers: Paradoxes of Narrative Authority in Poe's ‘The Descent into the Maelstršm'“

Volume 22, Number 3  (Fall 1992)
· Callow, Heather Cook. “Joyce's Female Voices in Ulysses”
· Langford, Larry L. “Retelling Moll's Story: The Editor's Preface to Moll Flanders”
· Patteson, Richard F. “Paul Bowles/Mohammed Mrabet: Translation, Transformation, and Transcultural Discourse”
· Boehm, Beth A. “Fact, Fiction, and Metafiction: Blurred Gen(d)res in Orlando and A Room of One's Own”

Volume 22, Number 2  (Spring 1992)
· Schwarz, Daniel R. “‘The Serenade of a Man Who Plays a Blue Guitar': The Presence of Modern Painting in Stevens's Poetry”
· Pifer, Ellen. “The Book of Laughter and Forgetting: Kundera's Narration Against Narration”
· Radell, Karen Marguerite. “Orson Welles: The Semiotics of Focalization in The Lady from Shangai”
· Facknitz, Mark A. R. “Fascism, Phoria, and the Symbolic Destiny of Abel Tiffauges”
· Hoffarth-Zelloe, Monika. “Resolving the Paradox?: An Interlinear Reading of Toni Morrison's Sula”
· Gallager, Monique. “Reflecting Mirrors in Flann O'Brien's At Swim- Two-Birds”
· Kavanaugh, Keryl. “Discounting Language: A Vehicle for Interpreting Laurence Sterne's A Sentimental Journey”

Volume 22, Number 1  (Winter 1992)
· Kirby, John T. “Toward a Rhetoric of Poetics: Rhetor as Author and Narrator”
· Lovitt, Carl R. “The Rhetoric of Muderers' Confessional Narratives: The Model of Pierre Riviere's Memoir”
· Doherty, Gerald. “Undercover Stories: Hypodiegetic Narration in James Joyce's Dubliners”
· Shryock, Richard. “Zola's Use of Embedded Narrative in Le Ventre de Paris: Florent's Tale”
· Higdon, David Leon. “A First Census of the Circadian or One-Day Novel”

Volume 21, Number 2  (Spring 1991)
· Kinney, Clare. “On the Margins of Romance, at the Heart of the Matter: Revisionary Fabulation in Sidney's New Arcadia”
· Rodrigues, Eusebio. “The Telling of Beloved”
· Zonana, Joyce. “‘They Will Prove the Truth of My Tale': Safie's Letters as the Feminist Core of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein”
· Wilner, Arlene Fish. “The Mythology of History, the Truth of Fiction: Henry Fielding and the Cases of Bosavern Penlez and Elizabeth Canning”
· Pizer, Donald. “Dreiser and the Naturalistic Drama of Consciousness”
· Wang, Jennie. “The Player's Song of Finnegan's Wake: Translating Sound Sense”

Volume 21, Number 3  (Fall 1991)
· Shen, Dan. “The Distorting Medium: Discourse in the Realistic Novel”
· Michaelson, Patricia Howell. “The Wrongs of Women as a Feminist Amelia”
· Scheiber, Andrew J. “Sign, Seme, and the Psychological Character: Some Thoughts on Roland Barthe's S/Z and the Realistic Novel”
· Heise, Ursula K. “Time Frames: Temporailty and Narration in Coleman Dowell's Island People”

Volume 21, Number 1  (Winter 1991)
· Ommundsen, Wenche. “The World, the Text and the Tourist: Murray Bail's Homesickness as Guide to the Real”
· Taylor, Andrew. “Resisting the Mad Professor: Narrative and Metaphor in the Poetry of John Trantner”
· Hatzimanolis, Efi. “Immigrant Writing Coming of Age? The Getting of Genre in Angelika Fremd's Heartland”
· Gelder, Ken. “David Ireland's Novels: Australia, Community and the ‘Illegality' of Fiction”
· Bliss, Carolyn. “Categorical Infringement: Australian Prose in the Eighties”
· Arthur, Kateryna Olijnik. “Recasting History: Australian Bicentennial Writing”
· Perret, Bill. “Only When I Laugh: Humor, Gender and the Rewriting of Colonialism in Black Australian Fiction”
· Garlick, Barbara. “Of Rhinos and Caryatids: The Dialogic Imperative in Jessica Anderson”
· Newman, Joan. “Autobiography: The Limitations of the Quest”
· Thwaites, Tony. “Two Eleatic Tales: John A. Scott, Seymour Chatman, and Some Occlusions of Narrative”
· Littler, Alison. “Marele Day's ‘Cold Hard Bitch': The Masculine Imperatives of the Private Eye Genre”
· Maclean, Marie. “Do-It-Yourself, B.Y.O. and Australian Science Fiction”

Volume 20, Number 3  (Fall 1990)
· McDonald, W. E. “Who's Afraid of Wolf's Cassandra--or Cassandra's Wolf?: Male Tradition and Women's Knowledge in
· Cassandra”
· Eldred, Janet M. “Plot and Subplot in Women in Love”
· Lundberg, Patricia Lorimer. “The Dialogic Search for Community in Charlotte Bront''s Novels”
· Carse, Wendy K. “Penchant for Narrative: ‘Mary Smith' in Elizabeth Gaskell's Cranford”
· Moffat, Wendy. “A Passage to India and the Limits of Certainty”
· Monk, Leland. “Murder She Wrote: The Mystery of Jane Austen's Emma”

Volume 20, Number 2  (Spring 1990)
· Heinzelman, Susan Sage. “Women's Petty Treason: Feminism, Narrative and the Law”
· Keen, Suzanne. “Narrative Annexes in Charlotte Bronte's Shirley”
· Stivale, Charles J. “Duty, Desire and Dream: Maupassant's ‘Le Petite Rogue'“
· Rebolledo, Tey Diana. “Narrative Strategies of Resistance in Hispana Writing”
· Green, Jennifer M. “Stories in an Exhibition: Narrative and Nineteenth-Century Photographic Documentary”
· Shiner, Larry. “Flaubert's Parrot, Agee's Swan: From ‘Reality Effect' to ‘Fiction Effect'“
· Schwarz, Daniel R. “The Narrative of Paul de Man: Texts, Issues, Significance”
· Caserio, Robert L. “‘A Pathos of Uncertain Agency': Paul de Man and Narrative”
· Marks, Elaine. “‘Getting Away with Murd(h)er': Author's Preface and Narrator's Text. Reading Marguerite Yourcenar's ‘Coup de Grace' ‘after Auschwitz'“
· Brenner, Gerry. “More Than a Reader's Response: A Letter to ‘De Ole Ture Huck'
· Phelan, James. “On the Nature and Status of Covert Texts: A Reply to Gerry Brenner's ‘Letter to ‘De Ole True Huck'“
· Cornis-Pope, Marcel. “Poststructuralist Narratology and Critical Writing: ‘A Figure in the Concept' Textshop”

Volume 20, Number 1  (Winter 1990)
· Talib, I. S. “Conrad's Nostromo and the Reader's Understanding of Anachronic Narratives”
· Diephouse, Daniel. “The Sense of Ends in Graham Greene and The Power and the Glory”
· Lockridge, Ernest. “‘Primitive Emotions': A Tragedy of Revenge Called The Sun Also Rises”
· Daleski, H. M. “A Perfect Spy and a Great Tradition”
· Neumann, Anne Waldron. “Escaping the ‘Time of History': Present Time and the Occasion of Narration in J.M. Coetzee's Waiting for the Barbarians”

Volume 19, Number 3  (Fall 1989)
· Weisenburger, Steven C. “Errant Narrative and The Color Purple”
· King, James Roy. “Narrative Disjunction and Conjunction in Rumi's Mathnawi”
· Skinner, John. “Ford Maddox Ford's The Good Soldier: A Narratalogical cas limite”
· Hiltner, Judith R. “From Pisgah to Egypt: Narrative Continuities in Melville's Israel Potter and ‘The Two Temples'“
· Greer, Creed. “Kurt Vonnegut and the Character of Words”
· Stowe, William W. “Simenon, Maigret and Narrative”

Volume 19, Number 2  (Spring 1989)
· Wilson, Raymond J. III. “The Misreading of Solzhenitsyn's Cancer Ward : Narrative and Interpretive Strategies in the Context of Censorship”
· Macdonald, D. L. “Bathos and Repetition: The Uncanny in Radcliffe”
· Tench, Darby. “Narrative Presence and Narrative Structure in Verga's Early Novels”
· Norton, Alexandra M. “The Seeds of Fiction: George Eliot's Scenes of a Clerical Life”
· Wallace, Tata Ghoshal. “Walter Scott and Feminine Discourse: The Case of St. Ronan's Well”

Volume 19, Number 1  (Winter 1989)
· Cohn, Dorritt. “Fictional versus Historical Lives: Borderlines and Borderline Cases”
· Edwards, Lee. “Schizophrenic Narrative”
· Chambers, Ross. “Narrative and Other Triangles”
· Rader, Ralph. “A Comparative Anatomy of Three Baggy Monsters”
· Phelan, James. “Reading for the Character and Reading for the Progression: John Wemmick and Great Expectations”
· Schwarz, Daniel. “Character and Characterization: An Inquiry”
· Richter, David. “Murder in Jest: Serial Killing in the Post-Modern Detective Story”
· Reising, Russell J. “Figuring Himself Out: Spencer Brydon, ‘The Jolly Corner,' and Cultural Change”
· Kayes, Jamie Barlowe. “Reading Against the Grain: The Powers and Limits of Feminist Criticism of American Narratives”
· Friedman, Susan Stanford. “The Return of the Repressed in Women's Narratives”
· Rimmon-Kenan, Schlomith. “How the Model Neglects the Medium: Linguistics, Language and the Crisis of Narratology”
· Bialostosky, Don H. “Dialogics, Narratology and the Virtual Space of Discourse”

Volume 18, Number 3  (Fall 1988)
· Pickrel, Paul. “Flat and Round Characters Reconsidered”
· Barzilai, Shuli. “Virginia Woolf's Pursuit Truth: ‘Monday or Tuesday,' ‘Moments of Being' and ‘The Lady in the Looking Glass'“
· Waterhouse, Ruth. “Self-Reflexivity and ‘Wraetlic word' in Bleak House and Andreas”
· Bock, Carol A. “Storytelling and the Multiple Audiences of Shirley”
· Sherman, Joseph. “Author Versus Narrator in The Penitent: Reconsidering Isaac Bashevis Singer's ‘Tirade'“
· Bohheim, Helmut. “Narrative Technique in Emily Dickinson's ‘My life had stood a loaded gun'“
· Citron, Jo Ann. “Running the Basepaths: Baseball and Jane Austen”

Volume 18, Number 2  (Spring 1988)
· Egan, Susanna. “Breytenbach's Mouroir: The Novel as Autobiography”
· Gordon, David J. “Character and Self in Autobiography”
· Aercke, Kristiaan P. “Theatrical Background in English Novels of the Seventeenth Century”
· Linkin, Harriet Kramer. “ Narrative Technique in ‘And Occurrence at owl Creek Bridge'“
· Jones, Deborah L. “Hawthorne's Post-Platonic Paradise: The Inversion of Allegory in Rappaccini's Daughter”
· Lockridge, Ernest. “Faithful in Her Fashion: Catherine Barkley, the Invisible Hemingway Heroine”

Volume 18, Number 1  (Winter 1988)
· Schwarz, Daniel. “Humanistic Formalism: A Theoretical Defense”
· Maxwell, Joan. “Delighting in a Bite: James's Seduction of His Readers in The Bostonians”
· Zahlan, Anne Ricketson. “City as Carnival, Narrative as Palimpsest: Lawrence Durrell's The Alexandia Quartet”
· Carrard, Phillipe. “Telling the Game: Baseball as an AP Report”
· Daleski, H. M. “Imagining Revolution: The Eye of History and of Fiction”
· Ferris, Ina. “The Historical Novel and the Problem of Beginning: The Model of Scott”

Volume 17, Number 3  (Fall 1987)
· Kempton, Daniel. “Chaucer's Knight and the Knight's Theseus: ‘And Though That He Were Worthy, He Was Wys'“
· Wallen, Martin. “Re-enactment and Reclamation in The Road to Xanadu”
· Kinney, Clare R. “Fragmentary Excess, Copious Dearth: The Wasteland as Anti-Narrative”
· Howard, Susan K. “The Intrusive Audience in Fielding's Amelia”
· Sylvia, Richard A. “‘Parabolic Drift' as Narrative Method in Tennyson's Idylls: A New Reading of ‘The Holy Grail'“
· Cyr, Marc D. “The Archangel Raphael: Narrative Authority in Milton's War in Heaven”

Volume 17, Number 2  (Spring 1987)
· Blackall, Jean Frantz. “Edith Wharton's Art of Ellipsis”
· Lockridge, Ernest. “F. Scott Fitzgerald's Trompe l'Oliel and The Great Gatsby's Buried Plot”
· Gaughan, Richard T. “Mr. Hyde and Mr. Seek: Utterson's Antidote”
· Magee, William H. “Instrument of Growth: The Courtship and Marriage Plot in Jane Austen's Novels”
· Sawicki, Joseph. “‘The Mere Truth Won't Do': Esther as Narrator in Bleak House”
· Jackson, Selwyn. “Distance and the Communication Model”

Volume 17, Number 1  (Winter 1987)
· Caserio, Robert. “Story, Discourse, and Anglo-American Philosophy of Action”
· Jonnes, Denis. “Family Pattern, Critical Method, Narrative Model”
· Schwarz, Daniel R. “‘Tell Us Again in Plain Words': An Introduction to Reading Joyce's Ulysses”
· Ryals, Clyde de L. “Levity's Rainbow: Browning's ‘Christmas Eve'“
· Kerrigan, Catherine. “Underground Men: Dostoevsky in the Work of Hugh MacDiarmind”
· Berryman, Charles. “Atwood's Narrative Quest”
· Wegner, Gregory R. “Hawthorne's ‘Ethan Brand' and the Structure of the Literary Sketch”
· Gabler-Hover, Janet A. “Sympathy Not Empathy: The Intent of Narration in Huckleberry Finn”
· Tintner, Adeline R. “The Narrative Structure of Old New York: Text and Pictures in Edith Wharton's Quartet of Linked Stories”
· Corn, Peggy Ward. “‘Combinational Delight': The Uses of the Story Within a Story in Pale Fire”
· Jaffe, Audrey. “Omniscience in Our Mutual Friend: On Taking the Reader by Surprise”
· Giffone, Tony. “Putting Master Humphrey Back Together Again”
· Stampfl, Barry. “‘As Ifs' Against Knowing in Conrad: Two Types of Anti-Conjectural Simile”
· Facknitz, Mark A. R. “Cryptic Allusions and the Moral of the Story: The Case of Joseph Conrad's ‘The Secret Sharer'“
· Skinner, John. “The Oral and the Written: Kurtz and Gatsby Revisited”

Volume 16, Number 3  (Fall 1986)
· Kuehl, John. “The Ludic Impulse in Recent American Fiction”
· Bromberg, Pamela S. “The Development of Narrative Technique in Margaret Drabble's Novels”
· Garrett-Goodyear J.H. “‘The Rapture of Endless Approximation': The Role of the Narrator in Pnin”
· Jacobs, N. M. “Gender and Layered Narrative in Wuthering Heights and The Tenant of Wildfell Hall”
· Tavormina, M. Teresa. “Dressing the Spirit: Clothworking and Language in The Color Purple”
· Mathews, Linda. “Shaping of Life of Man: Darl Bundren as Supplementary Narrator in As I Lay Dying”

Volume 16, Number 2  (Spring 1986)
· Bensko, John. “Reflexive Narration in Contemporary American Poetry: Some Examples from Mark Strand, John Ashberry,
· Norman Dubie, and Louis Simpson”
· Cobley, Evelyn. “Narrating the Facts of War: New Journalism in Herr's Dispatches and Documentary Realsim in First World War Novels”
· Sutton, Mark Keith. “How Listeners Shape Stories: A Model for Readers in Brown's Fo'c's'le Yarns”
· Jackson, Fleda Brown. “A Sermon Without Exegesis: The Achievement of Stasis in The Rise of Silas Lapham”
· Olsen, Lance. “A Guydebook to the Last Modernist: Davenport on Davenport and Da Vinci's Bicycle”

Volume 16, Number 1  (Winter 1986)
· Creese, Richard. “Abstracting and Recording Narration in The Good Soldier and The End of the Affair”
· Fludernik, Monika. “Narrative and Its Development in Ulysses”
· Crawford, Iain. “Sex and Seriousness in David Copperfield”
· MacKethan, Lucinda H. “From the Fugitive Slave to Man of Letters: The Conversion of Frederick Douglas”
· Bossche, Chris R. Vanden. “Desire and Deferral of Closure in Carlyle's Sartor Resartus and The French Revolution”

Volume 15, Number 3  (Fall 1985)
· Clark-Beattie, Rosemary. “Middlemarch's Dialogic Style”
· Scanlon, Patrick M. “Emblematic Narrative and the Argument of Love in Sidney's New Arcadia”
· Beiderwell, Bruce. “The Coherence of Our Mutual Friend”
· Rabinowitz, Nancy Sorkin. “‘Faithful Narrator' or ‘Partial Eulogist': First-Person Narration in Bronte's Villette”
· Dowling, David. “A Passage to India through ‘The Spaces Between the Words'“
· Norman, Rose. “Fugal Technique in Johnson's Rasselas”
· Panja, Shormishta. “A Self-Reflective Parable of Narration: The Fairie Queene IV”

Volume 15, Number 2  (Spring 1985)
· Pladott, Dinnah. “William Faulkner: The Tragic Enigma”
· Nitecki, Alicia K. “‘Fen3eit of the New': Authority in The Testament of Cresseid”
· Gadomski, Kenneth E. “Narrative Style in King Horn and Havelock the Dane”
· Rankin, Ian. “Surface and Structure: Reading Muriel Spark's The Driver's Seat”
· Walker, Jeanne Murray. “Exchange Short-Circuited: The Isolated Scientist in H.G. Wells's The Invisible Man”
· Mason, Kenneth M, Jr. “George Eliot's Mill on the Floss: Tragic Harvest and Pastoral Deceit”
· Reddy, Maureen T. “Gaskell's ‘The Grey Woman': A Feminist Palimpsest”

Volume 15, Number 1  (Winter 1985)
· Wagner, Linda W. “Sylvia Plath's Specialness in Her Short Stories”
· Wirth Nesher, Hana. “The Ethics of Narration in D.M. Thomas's The White Hotel”
· Manning, Stephen. “The Paradox of the Narrative Styles in Chaucer's The Clerk's Tale”
· Skinner, John L. “‘A Rose for Emily': Against Interpretation”
· Stewart, D.H. “Kipling's Kim: Rehearsals and Echoes”
· Tintner, Adeline R. “The Use of Stupidity as a Narrative Device: The Gullible Teller in James's ‘Louisa Plant'“
· Knapp, Shoshana. “The Morality of Creation: Dostoevsky and William James in LeGuin's ‘Omelas'“
· Richter, David H. “Covert Plot in Isak Dinesen's ‘Sorrow Acre'“

Volume 14, Number 3  (Fall 1984)
· Pickering, Samuel, Jr. “The ‘Ambiguous Circumstances of Pamela': Early Children's Books and the Attitude Towards Pamela”
· Davis, R. Evans. “An Allegory of America in Melville's Billy Budd”
· Seed, David. “Media and Newsreels in Dos Passos' U.S.A.”
· Richard, Jeremy. “Latin Narrative Syntax in Virgil and Milton”
· Gross, Beverly. “‘A Mind Divided Against Itself': Madness in Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance”
· DeGraaff, Robert M. “Self-Articulating Characters in David Copperfield”

Volume 14, Number 2  (Spring 1984)
· Orlov, Paul A. “Technique as Theme in An American Tragedy”
· Gabler, Janet A. “The Narrators' Script: James's Complex Narration in The Bostonians”
· Nathan, Rhoda B. “The Farce that Failed: James's The Spoils of Poynton”
· Gaudino, Rebecca J. Kruger. “The Riddle of The Confidence Man”
· Mulderig, Gerald P. “The Rhetorical Design of Carlyle's The Life of John Sterling”

Volume 14, Number 1  (Winter 1984)
· Rubenstein, Roberta. “From Detritus to Discovery: Margaret Drabble's The Middle Ground”
· Campbell, Jane. “Reaching Outward: Versions of Reality in The Middle Ground”
· Fowler, Douglas. “Story into Chapter: Thomas Pynchon's Transformation of ‘Under the Rose'“
· Butler, James Robert. “The American Quest for Pure Movement in Bellow's Henderson the Rain King”
· Gerlach, John. “Closure in Henry James's Short Fiction”
· Johnston, Kenneth G. “Hemingway and Freud: The Tip of the Iceberg”

Volume 13, Number 3  (Fall 1983)
· Uba, George R. “Howells and the Practical Utopia: The Allegorical Structure of the Altrurian Romances”
· McCrea, Brian. “Politics and Narrative Technique in Fielding's Amelia”
· Hannay, John. “Coincidence and Analytic Reduction in the “Ithaca” Episode in Ulysses”
· Ditsky, John. “‘Listening with Supersensual Ear': Music in the Novels of Willa Cather”
· Levin, Gerald. “The Musical Style of The Waves”
· Ireland, K.R. “Rite at the Center: Narrative Duplication in Susan Hill's In the Springtime of the Year”

Volume 13, Number 2  (Spring 1983)
· Schwarz, Daniel R. “The Importance of Ian Watt's The Rise of the Novel”
· Westervelt, Linda A. “‘The Growing Complexity of Things': Narrative Technique in The Portrait of a Lady”
· Schell, John F. “Prose Prefaces and Romantic Poets: Insinuation and Ethos”
· Forshay, Toby A. “Yeats's ‘Nineteen Hundred and Nineteen': Chronology, Chronography, and Chronic Misreading”
· Forrest, James F. “Vision, Form, and the Imagination in the Second Part of The Pilgrim's Progress”

Volume 13, Number 1  (Winter 1983)
· Couser, G. Thomas. “Going After Cacciato: The Romance and the Real War”
· Hennings, Tom. “Singer's ‘Gimpel the Fool' and The Book of Hosea”
· Mundhenk, Rosemary. “Patterns of Irresolution in Eliot's The Mill on the Floss”
· Erickson, Donlad H. “Bleak House and Victorian Art and Illustration: Charles Dickens's Visual Narrative Style”
· Stewart, David H. “Orality in Kipling's Kim”

Volume 12, Number 3  (Fall 1982)
· Friedrich, Reinhard H. “Necessary Inadequacies: Poe's ‘Tale of the Rugged Mountains' and Borges' ‘South'“
· Perlis, Alan D. “Coleridgre and Conrad: Spectral Illuminations, Widening Frames”
· Hume, Kathryn. “Vonnegut's Self-Projections: Symbolic Characters and Symbolic Fiction”
· Osland, Dianne. “Tied back to Back: The Discourse Between Poet and Player and the Exhortations of Parson Adams in Joseph Adams”
· Wagner, Linda. “Save Me the Waltz: An Assessment in Craft”
· Mulford, Carla. “Fitzgerald, Perkins and The Great Gatsby”
· Hostetler, Norman H. “Narrative Structure and Theme in ‘Young Goodman Brown'“

Volume 12, Number 2  (Spring 1982)
· Pladott, Dinnah. “Faulkner's A Fable: A Heresy or a Declaration of Faith?”
· Hewitt, Rosalie. “A ‘Home Address for the Self': Mary McCarthy's Autobiographical Journey”
· Achilles, Jochen. “Donald Barthelme's Aesthetic of Inversion: Caligari's Come-Back as Caligari's Leave-Taking”
· Hite, Molly. “‘Holy-Center-Approaching' in the novels of Thomas Pynchon”
· Wineapple, Brenda. “The Travesty of Literalism: Two Novels by John Hawkes”
· Marks, Barry A. ‘The making of a Humorist: The Narrative Strategy of Huckleberry Finn”
· Ferris, Ina. “Realist Intention and Mythic Impulse in Daniel Martin”

Volume 12, Number 1  (Winter 1982)
· Strehle, Susan. “Disclosing Time: William Gaddis's JR”
· O'Bryan, Daniel. “Sodom and Gomorrah: The Use of the Vulgate in Cleanness”
· Benstock, Shari and Bernard Benstock. “Narrative Sources and the Problem of Ulysses”
· Graves, Lila. “Locke's Essay and Sterne's ‘Work Itself'“
· Harris, Susan. “Narrative Structure in Mark Twain's Joan of Arc”
· Trachtenberg, Stanley. “The Way that Girl Pressed Against You on the Subway: Ronald Sukenick's Real Act of the Imagination”

Volume 11, Number 3  (Fall 1981)
· Baker, Sheridan. “Narration: The Writer's Essential Mimesis”
· Saldivar, Ramon. “Trollope's The Warden and Fiction of Realism”
· Holmes, Frederick. “The Novel, Illusion, and Reality: The Paradox of Omniscience in The French Lieutenant's Woman”
· Orr, Leonard. “Vraisemblance and Alienation Techniques: The Basis for Reflexivity in Fiction”
· Sweeney, Gerard. “The Curious Disappearance of Mrs. Beever: The Ending of The Other House”

Volume 11, Number 2  (Spring 1981)
· Rio-Jelliffe, R. “Absalom, Absalom! as Self-Reflexive Novel”
· Smirlock, Daniel. “The Models of Richard Feverel”
· Fuoroli, Caryn. “Sophistry or Simple Truth? Narrative Technique in Margaret Drabble's The Waterfall”
· Bassett, John. “As I Lay Dying: Family Conflict and Verbal Fictions”
· Seed, David. “Order in Thomas Pynchon's ‘Entropy'“

Volume 11, Number 1  (Winter 1981)
· Harrington, John. “The Irish Landscape in Samuel Beckett's Watt”
· Renner, Charlotte. “The Self-Multiplying Narrators of Molly, Malone Dies, and The Unnamable”
· Maclean, Robert. “Narcissus and the Voyeur: James Agee's Let Us Now Praise Famous Men”
· Rodino, Richard. “The Matrix of Journeys in Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance”
· Schloss, Carol and Khachig Tololyan. “The Siren in the Funhouse: Barth's Courting of the Reader”

Volume 10, Number 3  (Fall 1980)
· Scarry, Elaine. “Enemy and Father: Comic Equilibrium of Number Fourteen of Vanity Fair”
· Rodgers, Lise. “The Book and the Flower: Rationality and Sensuality in Dante Gabriel Rossetti's Jenny”
· Roskies, D. M. “Alan Sillitoe's Anti-Pastoral”
· Riley, Samuel. “The Contrast between Beowulf and Hygelac”
· Loveday, Simon. “The Style of John Fowles: Tense and Person in the First in the First Chapter of Daniel Martin”

Volume 10, Number 2  (Spring 1980)
· Kahn, John. “The Protean Narrator, and the Case of Trollope's Barsetshire Novels”
· Johnson, Glen. “Richardson's ‘Editor' in Clarissa”
· Fifer, Elizabeth. “Guardians and Witnesses: Narrative Technique in Gertrude Stein's Useful Knowledge”
· Solberg, Sarah. “Dickens and Illustration: A Matter of Perspective”
· Begnal, Michael. “Fiction, Biography, History: Nabokov's The Gift”

Volume 10, Number 1  (Winter 1980)
· Sulfridge, Cynthia. “The unfortunate Traveller: Nashe's Narrative in a ‘Cleane Different Vaine'“
· Manlove, C. N. “The Image of the Journey in Pilgrim's Progress: Narrative versus Allegory”
· Davis, Robert. “The Symbolic Father in Yaknapatawpha County”
· Osland, Dianne. “Fielding's Amelia: Problem Child or Problem Reader?”
· Roulston, Robert. “Traces of Tono-Bungay in The Great Gatsby”

Volume 9, Number 3  (Fall 1979)
· Mayer, Charles. “Henry James's ‘Discriminated Occasion': A Determinant of Form”
· Alley, Henry. “New Year's at the Abbey: Point of View in the Pivotal Chapters of Daniel Deronda”
· Senf, Carol. “Dracula: The Unseen Face in the Mirror”
· Boardman, Michael. “One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest: Rhetoric and Vision”
· Folks, Jeffery. “The Influence of Poetry on the Narrative Technique of Faulkner's Early Fiction”
· Tinsley, Molly. “Muddle et Cetera: Syntax in A Passage To India”
· Hallab, Mary. “Victims of ‘Malign Machinations': Irving's Christopher Columbus and Melville's ‘Benito Cerito'“

Volume 9, Number 2  (Spring 1979)
· Begnal, Michael. “Thomas Pynchon's V.: In Defense of Benny Profane”
· Bender, Bert. “The Nature and Significance of ‘Experience' in ‘The Open Boat'“
· DeGraaff, Robert. “The Trouble with Richard Feverel”
· Orr, Leonard. “Digression and Nonsequential Interpolation: The Example of Melville”
· Hessler, John. “Dowell and The Good Soldier: The Narrator Re- Examined”
· Rogers, Henry III. “The Two Faces of Moll”
· Billingsley, Dale. “‘Standard Authors' in Huckleberry Finn”

Volume 9, Number 1  (Winter 1979)
· Walker, David. “Out of the Old Time: ‘Was' and Go Down, Moses”
· Super, R. H. “Trollope's Vanity Fair”
· Kirkley, Harriet. “Boswell's Life of the Poet”
· Marten, Harry. “‘The Stranger Becomes Oneself': Visual Surfaces and Patterns in Conrad Aiken's King Coffin”
· Wasserman, Jerry. “Mimetic Form in The Waves”

Volume 8, Number 3  (Fall 1978)
· Goetz, William. “The Allegory of Representation in The Tragic Muse”
· Higgins, Joanna. “The Ambassadorial Motif in The Ambassadors”
· Bradham, Jo. “Boswell's Narrative of Oliver Edwards”
· Cohen, Philip. “Narrative and Persuasion in The Ruined Cottage”
· Hurt, James. “The Primal Scenes as Narrative Model in Ford's The Good Soldier”
· Fox, Arnold. “Aesthetics of the Problem Novel in Trollope's Phineas Finn”

Volume 8, Number 2  (Spring 1978)
· Tintner, Adeline. “Lady into Horse: James's ‘Lady Barberina' and Gulliver's Travels, Part IV”
· Abrams, Steven. “The Blood Oranges as a Visionary Fiction”
· Patteson, Richard. “King Solomon's Mines: Imperialism and Narrative Structure”
· Dupras, Joseph. “Sacramental Language for Love's Warrant in Browning's ‘Saul'“
· Reynolds, Larry. “Enlightening Darkness: Theme and Structure in Eudora Welty's Losing Battles”
· Rosowski, S.J. “Narrative Technique in Cather's My Mortal Enemy”

Volume 8, Number 1  (Winter 1978)
· French, Marilyn. “The Voices of the Sirens in Joyce's Ulysses”
· Prendowska, Krystyna. “Jerzy Kosinski: A Literature of Contortion”
· Dowling, Linda. “Venus and Tannhauser: Beardsley's Satire of Decadence”
· Westervelt, Linda. “Teller, Tale, Told: Relationships in John Barth's Latest Fiction”
· Jones, Lawrence. “‘Infected by a Vein of Mimeticism': George Eliot and the Technique of Far from the Madding Crowd”

Volume 7, Number 3  (Fall 1977)
· Cowart, David. “Love and Death: Variations on a Theme in Pynchon's Early Fiction”
· Lennon, J. Michael. “Mailer's Radical Bridge”
· Winslow, Joan. “New Light on Hawthorne's Miles Coverdale”
· Fast, Robin. “Getting to the Ends of Daniel Deronda”
· Taylor, S. Ortiz. “Episodic Stucture in the Picaresque Novel”
· Ditsky, John. “F. Scott Fitzgerald and the Jacob's Ladder”

Volume 7, Number 2  (Spring 1977)
· Visser, N. W. “Temporal Vantage Point in the Novel”
· Hardesty, William and David Mann. “Historical Reality and Fictional Daydream in Treasure Island”
· Ramsey, Roger. “Clothing Makes a Queen in The Clerk's Tale”
· Waters, Gregory. G. T.'s “‘Worthless Enterprise': A Study of the Narrator in Gascoigne's ‘The Adventures of Master F. J.'“
· Routh, Michael. Isabel Archer's “‘Inconsequesce': A Motif Analysis of The Portrait of a Lady”
· Slatoff, Walter. “The ‘Great Sin' in For Whom the Bell Tolls”
· Rabkin, Eric. “Conflation of Genres and Myths in David Lindsay's A Voyage to Arcturus”

Volume 7, Number 1  (Winter 1977)
· Pickering, Samuel. “The Evolution of a Genre: Fictional Biographies for Children in the Eighteenth Century”
· Uphaus, Suzanne. “The Centaur: Updike's Mock Epic”
· Watson, Wallace. “‘The Shade of Old Flaubert' and Maupassant's ‘Art Impeccable (Prespue)': French Influences on the
· Development of Conrad's Marlow”
· Fabricant, Carole. “Tristram Shandy and Moby-Dick: A Cock and Bull Story and a Tale of a Tub”
· James, David. “Story and Substance in Lovel the Widower”

Volume 6, Number 3  (Fall 1976)
· Schleifer, Ronald. “Narrative in Yeats's In the Seven Woods”
· Snow, Malinda. “The Origins of Defoe's First-Person Narrative Technique: An Overlooked Aspect of the Rise of the Novel”
· Rubin, Stan. “Spectator and Spectacle: Narrative Evasion and Narrative Voice in Pickwick Papers”
· VanDeVyvere, J.L. “The Mediatorial Voice of the Narrator in E.M. Forster's Howard's End”
· Sullivan, Zohreh. “Forster's Symbolism: A Room with a View, Fourth Chapter”
· Stuckey, W.J. “The Sun Also Rises on Its Own Ground”

Volume 6, Number 2  (Spring 1976)
· Wilt, Judith. “A Right Issue from the Tight Place: Henry James and Maria Gostrey”
· Diehl, Joanne. “‘One Life Within Us and Abroad': The Subverted Realist in The Sacred Fount”
· Schwarz, Daniel. “The Significance of the Language Teacher in Conrad's Under Western Eyes”
· Linehan, Tom. “The Importance of Plot in Little Dorrit”
· Spendal, R.J. “The Structure of The Painted Bird”
· Jeffrey, David. “Smollett's Irony in Peregrine Pickle”
· Traubitz, Nancy. “Heavenly Mother: The Trinity as Structural Device in Edmund's Gosse's Father and Son”

Volume 6, Number 1  (Winter 1976)
· Winslow, Joan. “Esther Summerson: The Betrayal of the Imagination”
· Blackall, Jean. “Point of View in Villette”
· Dibble, Jerry. “Stephen's Esthetic and Joyce's Art: Theory and Practice of Genre in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man”
· Ramsey, Roger. “Light Imagery in The Sound and the Fury: April 7, 1928”
· Delaney, Paul. “The Dissolving Self: The Narrators of Mark Twain's Mysterious Stranger Fragments”
· Rose, Ellen. “The End of the Game: New Directions in Doris Lessing's Fiction”

Volume 5, Number 3  (Fall 1975)
· Hansen, Elaine. “Ambiguity and the Narrator in The Scarlet Letter”
· Estrin, Mark. “Narrative Ambivalence in Hawthorne's ‘Feathertop'“
· Porter, Roger. “Edmund Gosse's Father and Son: Between Form and Flexibilty”
· Priestman, Donald. “Superstition and Imagination: Complementary Faculties of Wordsworth's Narrator in ‘The Thorn'“
· Smitten, Jeffrey. “Spatial Form as Narrative Technique in A Sentimental Journey”
· Vauthier, Simone. “Title as Microtext: The Example of The Moviegoer”

Volume 5, Number 2  (Spring 1975)
· Jambeck, Thomas. “Characterization and Syntax in the Miller's Tale”
· Collins, Billy. “Huckleberry Finn: A Mississippi Moses”
· Davis, Cynthia. “‘The Key to the Treasure': Narrative Movements and Effects in Chimera”
· Tintner, Adeline. “Iconic Analogy in ‘The Lesson of the Master': Henry James's Legend of Saint George and the Dragon”
· Stuckey, W.J. “‘The Killers' as Experience”
· Grudin, Peter. “The Monk: Matilda and the Rhetoric of Deceit”

Volume 5, Number 1  (Winter 1975)
· Shawcross, John. “Paradise Lost and ‘Novelistic' Technique”
· Wilhelm, Albert. “The Dramatized Narrator in Wordsworth's The Idiot Boy”
· Bonney, William. “Narrative Perspective in Victory: the Thematic Relevance”
· Adair, William. “A Farewell to Arms: A Dream Book”
· Fetrow, Fred. “The Function of the External Narrator in Thomas Berger's Little Big Man”
· Wegs, Joyce. “‘Don't you know who I am?': The Grotesque in Oates's ‘Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?'“

Volume 4, Number 3  (Fall 1974)
· Hotchkiss, Joyce. “Romance and Reality: The Dualistic Style of E. M. Forster's Maurice”
· Gracie, William. “Truth of Form in Edmund Gosse's Father and Son”
· Bolling, Douglas. “Intellectual and Aesthetic Dimensions of Mr. Sammler's Planet”
· Joyner, Nancy. “The Underside of the Butterfly: Lessing's Debt to Woolf”
· Doody, Terrence. “Hemingway's Style and Jake's Narration”
· Sherbo, Arthur. “A Postscript to Studies in the Eighteenth-Century English Novel”

Volume 4, Number 2  (Spring 1974)
· Ruthrof H.G. “Aspects of a Phenomenological View of Narrative”
· Maynard, John. “Perspectives on Change: Narrative Technique in Spenser's Cantos of Mutabilitie”
· Scheer, Thomas. “Mythopoeia and the Renaissance Mind: A Reading of ‘A Grammarian's Funeral'“
· Holt, Carolyn. “Sir Austin and his Scrip: A New Approach to The Ordeal of Richard Feveral”
· Vopat, James. “Narrative Technique in Tom Jones: The Balance of Art and Nature”
· Wagner, Linda. “A Note on Oedipa the Roadrunner”

Volume 4, Number 1  (Winter 1974)
· Harbert, Earl. “The Education of Henry Adams: The Confessional Mode as Heuristic Experiment”
· Schwarz, Daniel. “Art and Argument in Disraeli's Sybil”
· Stone, C.F. “Narrative Variation in Wordsworth's Versions of ‘The Discharged Soldier'“
· Kligerman, Jack. “Style and Form in James Fenimore Cooper's Homeward Bound and Home as Found”
· Wicker, Brian. “Samuel Beckett and the Death of the God-Narrator”
· Marler, Robert Jr. “‘A Dream': Howells' Early Contribution to the American Short Story”

Volume 3, Number 3  (Fall 1973)
· Sutherland, J.A. “The Expanding Narrative of Vanity Fair”
· Lilly, Paul Jr. “Caddy and Addie: Speakers of Faulkner's Impeccable Language”
· Higdon, David. “Failure of Design in The Mill on the Floss”
· Rankin, Elizabeth. “Cryptic Coloration in The French Lieutenant's Woman”
· Armistead, J.M. “The Narrator as Rhetorician in Dryden's The Hind and the Panther”

Volume 3, Number 2  (Spring 1972)
· Adam, Ian. “Lawrence's Anti-Symbol: The Ending of The Rainbow”
· DeNeef, A. Leigh. “Chaucer's Pardoner's Tale and the Irony of Misinterpretation”
· Newton, K.M. “The Role of the Narrator in George Eliot's Novels”
· Kaplan, Fred. “Victorian Modernists: Fowles and Nabokov”
· Davidson, Arnold. “The Dantean Perspective in Hemingway's A Farewell to Arms”
· Pickering, Samuel Jr. “Trollope's Poetics and Authorial Intrusion in The Warden and Barchester Towers”
· Yarina, Margaret. “The Dualistic Vision of Herman Melville's ‘The Encantadas'“

Volume 3, Number 1  (Winter 1973)
· Griffith, John. “Narrative Technique and the Meaning of History in Benet and MacLeish”
· Peck, H. Daniel. “Robinson Crusoe: The Moral Geography of Limitation”
· LeClair, Thomas. “The Unreliability of Innocence: John Hawkes' Second Skin”
· Banerjee, Chinmoy. “Hero and Leander as Erotic Comedy”
· Jacobson, Sibyl. “The Paradox of Fulfillment: A Discussion of Women in Love”
· Klotman, Phyllis. “Jesse B. Semple and the Narrative Art of Langston Hughes”

Volume 2, Number 3  (Fall 1972)
· Geherin, David. An Interview with Christopher Isherwood
· Smith, Anne. “The Martyrdom of Stephen in Hard Times”
· Tintner, Adeline. “Hyacinth at the Play: the Play within the Play as a Novelistic Device in James”
· Hoff, Peter. “The Voices of Crotchet Castle”
· Meckier, Jerome. “Suspense in The Old Curiosity Shop: Dickens' Contrapuntal Artistry”
· Carruthers, Mary. “Letter and Gloss in the Friar's and Summoner's Tales”

Volume 2, Number 2  (Spring 1972)
· Shippey, Thomas and Michael Short. “Framing and Distancing in Kipling's ‘The Man Who Would Be King'“
· Wagner, Linda. “The Sun Also Rises: One Debt To Imagism”
· Bonney, William. “Joseph Conrad and the Discontinuous Point of View”
· Roby, Kinley. “Irony and the Narrative Voice in Howard's End”
· Miller, David. “Authorial Point of View in Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway”
· Anderson, Judith. “‘Come, let's away to prison': Fortune and Freedom in The Faerie Queene, Book VI”

Volume 2, Number 1  (Winter 1972)
· MacDonald, Scott. “Implications of Narrative Perspective in Hemingway's ‘The Undefeated'“
· Martineau, Barbara. “Portraits Are Murdered in the Short Fiction of Henry James”
· Deneau, Daniel. “Joyce's ‘Minute' Maria”
· Segal, Elizabeth. “Truth and Authenticity in Thackeray”
· Fadiman, Regina. “The Poet as Choreographer: Lawrence's ‘The Blind Man'“
· Solomon, Stanley. “Ironic Perspective in Maria Edgeworth's Castle Rackrent”

Volume 1, Number 3  (Fall 1971)
· Sands, Donald. “Reynard the Fox as P'caro and Reinaerts Historie as Picaresque Fiction”
· Carlisle, Janice. “Dombey and Son: The Reader and the Present Tense”
· Sullivan, Ruth. “The Narrator in ‘A Rose for Emily'“
· Jacobson, Sibyl. “The Narrative Framing of History: A Discussion of Old Mortality”
· Kropf, C.R. “The Relapse and the Sentimental Mask”
· Arthur, R. Anthony. “Authorial Intrusion as Art in The Last Chronicle of Barset”

Volume 1, Number 2  (Spring 1971)
· Vickery, John. “The Dilemmas of Language: Sartre's La Nausee and Iris Murdoch's Under the Net”
· Levant, Howard. “John Steinbeck's The Red Pony: A Study in Narrative Technique”
· Johnston, Kenneth. “Hemingway and Mantegna: The Bitter Nail Holes”
· Kishler, Thomas. “Fielding's Experiments with Fiction in The Champion”
· Thomas, William. “The Author's Voice in The Ambassadors”
· Clever, Glenn. “The Narrative Effectiveness of Pope's The Rape of the Lock and The Dunciad”

Volume 1, Number 1  (Winter 1971)
· Wagner, Linda. “Faulkner's Fiction: Studies in Organic Form”
· Jaarsma, Richard. “Biography as Tragedy: Fictive Skill in Oliver Goldsmith's The Life of Richard Nash, Esq.”
· Grabar, Terry. “The English Dialogue of Waverley”
· Matonis, Ann. “Gawain and the Green Knight: Flux and the Fayntyse of the Flesche”
· McDowell, Margaret. “Edith Wharton's ‘After Holbein': ‘A Paradigm of the Human Condition'“
· Ditsky, John. “Music from a Dark Cave: Organic Form in Steinbeck's Fiction”