Volume IV. Numbers 1-2 (1998)

Theory and Criticism

PREFACE

Donald Wesling
The Representational Moment in the Discourse of the Nation: Jean Baudrillard's America

Roderick Watson
Postcolonial Subjects? Language, Narrative Authority and Class in Contemporary Scottish Culture

Christopher Murray
The Foundation of the Modern Irish Theatre: A Centenary Assessment

Alessandro Serpieri
Perspectivism and Poliphony in Shakespeare's Dramatic Language

INTERROGATING THE PERSONAL

David Punter
Interrogating the Personal: Erikson, Laplanche, De Certeau

Robert Burden
Symbolisation in Psychoanalysis and Literature: Lacanian Readings of the "Poetic Metaphor" in D. H. Lawrence

John Mepham
Psychoanalysis, Modernism and the Defamiliarisation of Talk

Randi Koppen
Psychoanalytic Enactments: Adrienne Kennedy's Stagings of Memory

Piotr Sadowski
Psyche and the Unconscious in Systems Theory

Antony Easthope
Homi Bhabha, Hybridity and Identity or Derrida versus Lacan

Ana Olos
(Psycho)Analytical Approach to a Case of Reading Therapy

Judith Levy
Subjectivity and Criticism: A Psychoanalytic Reflection

Christine Bousfield
Spectres of Ma and Pa in the Marketplace

FEMINIST FUTURES: POLEMICAL POSITIONS

Catherine Belsey
Feminist Futures: An Open Discussion - Introduction

Elfi Bettinger
Theory, Text, Teaching: Changing Feminist Subjects

Jennifer Coates
Feminist Futures and Linguistics

Ljiljana Ina Gjurgjan
Feminist Future(s): Women's Writing and the Question of the Literary Canon

Catherine Belsey
Inconclusive Conclusion

IDENTITY: LINGUISTIC, NATIONAL, CULTURAL, AND TEXTUAL

Donatella Abbate Badin
Thomas Kinsella, the Dual Tradition and the Irish Rhetoric of Exile

Robert Bieder
Native American Literature and the Power of Imagination

Roland Végsö
"Each Other's Authors": Identity and Negation in Philip Roth's The Counterlife and The Facts

Elizabeth Kolmer
A New Heaven and a New Earth: The Progressive Shakers and Social Reform

AFFINITIES

Fred Erisman
Emersonian Echoes in E. B. White's Charlotte's Web

Edina Szalay
Breaking into the House of Death and Love: The Gothic as Subtext in a Minimalist Novel (Joy Williams' Breaking & Entering)

Éva Miklódy
"The Fall of the House of Needed": Apocalypse in Gloria Naylor's Linden Hills

Péter Csató
In the Wake of the Lost Grail: Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 as Anti-Parsifal?

Holger Klein
J. B. Priestley and Literary Biography

DEBATE: W. P. KINSELLA

David L. Vanderwerken
Reading Race in W. P. Kinsella's Shoeless Joe and Phil Alden Robinson's Field of Dreams

Donald E. Morse
Of the Tortoise, Baseball and the Family Farm Fantasy and Nostalgia in W. P. Kinsella's Shoeless Joe: A Response to David L. Vanderwerken, "Reading Race in W. P. Kinsella's Shoeless Joe and Phil Alden Robinson's Field of Dreams"

THE LIFE AND WORK OF LÁSZLÓ ORSZÁGH

Zsolt K. Virágos, et al.
The Life and Work of László Országh (1907-1984):A Round Table

Myron Simon
A Fulbrighter's Memory of László Országh

BOOK REVIEWS

Harris, Wendell V. Literary Meaning: Reclaiming the Study of Literature
by Zoltán Abádi-Nagy

Kaufman, Will. The Comedian as Confidence Man: Studies in Irony Fatigue
by Zoltán Abádi-Nagy

Cixous, Helene, and Mireille Calle-Gruber. Helene Cixous Rootprints: Memory and Life Writing
by Edina Szalay

Mikalachki, Jodi. The Legacy of Boadicea: Gender and Nationin Early Modern England
by Nóra Séllei

Peach, Linden. Toni Morrison
by Éva Federmayer

Nesset, Kirk. The Stories of Raymond Carver: A Critical Study
by Attila Koszeghy

Péter, Ágnes, ed. The AnaChronisT 1997: A Collection of Papers
by Mária Kurdi

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS