Volume V. Number 2 (1999)

PREFACE

Philip Tew and Tamás Bényei
Forgetfulness or Forgotten Voices

Richard J. Lane and Philip Tew
Forgotten Voices: A Preface to the Symposium

I. POETIC ABSENCES & MEMORIALS

Philip Tew
Journeying with Bachelard, Bourdieu and Others toward Bunting: Revisiting the Margins of Forgetfulness

Alaric Sumner
Obituaries for the Living: Celebrating, Forgetting, Writing Off and Killing Off-Carlyle Reedy and dsh

II. LONG FORGOTTEN

Patricia Pulham
Vernon Lee: A Forgotten Voice

Chiara Briganti
Stern Cassandra: Storm Jameson, War, and Modernity

Richard J. Lane
Border Crossings: Forgotten Native Voices in Bertrand William Sinclair's Canadian and American Popular Fiction

III. EFFACING THE AVANT GARDE

Jeremy Green
Rayner Heppenstall and the Politics of Cultural Memory

Philip Tew
Re-invoking Herbert Simmons: Man Walking on Eggshells of Radical Narrative

Loraine Morley
The Love Affair(s) of Ann Quin

Glyn White
Recalling the Facts: Taking Action in the Matter of B. S. Johnson's Albert Angelo

IV. PARTIAL MEMORIES

Tamás Bényei
Memory and Melancholy: Remembering (in) Anthony Powell

Brad Buchanan
"a blind spot in your own youdipeon discourse": Christine Brooke-Rose, Oedipus and the Synecdochic Narrative

Andrew Teverson
"Mr Fox" and "The White Cat": The Forgotten Voices in Angela Carter's Fiction

István Pálffy: A Birthday Tribute

BOOK REVIEW

Szaffkó, Péter, and Tamás Bényei, eds. Happy Returns for Professor István Pálffy
by Ágnes Györke

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS