Postscript 1.1


Preface, ii

Elgin W. Mellown, “The Poems of Edwin Muir and Their Relationship to Modernism,” 1-7.

Louis A. MacKenzie, Jr., “La Couche erotique in Racine’s ‘Britannicus,'” 8-14.

Patrick Scott, “Genre, Perspective and Opinion in the Study of Victorian Ideology: The Case of Elizabeth Missing Sewell,” 15-26.

Robert Ross, “‘Bartleby the Scrivener’: An American Cousin,” 27-33.

Meili Steele, “Sartre and the Dramatic Character: Theory and Practice,” 34-41.

Jeanne J. Smoot, “‘Young Goodman Brown’ –Puritan Don Juan: Faith in Tirso and Hawthorne,” 42-8.

Gilbert Allen, “Wilfred Owen and Edward Thomas: Sixty Years After,” 49-53.

Gene M. Moore, “The World of Words in Joyce’s Portrait and Musil’s Turles,” 54-7.

Mark S. Shearer, “The Cry of Birth: King Lear’s Hysterica Passio,” 60-6.

Howard M. Fraser, “The Uses of Enchantment in Modernist Fantasy Fiction,” 67-74.

Douglas R. Hilt, “August Wilhem Schlegel’s Concept of Calderon as a Romantic Playwright,” 75-81.

Kenneth Watson, “The Center of Coleridge’s Shakespeare Criticism,” 82-9.

Donna E. Landry, “Genre and Revision: The Example of Welty’s The Optimist’s Daughter,” 90-8.

Martha R. Langley, “Tess of the d’Urbervilles and the Hippolytus,” 99-105.

Mary Jane Scott, “James Thomson and Gavin Douglas: Some Continuities in Scottish Augustan Verse,” 106-114.