Postscript 2.1



Andrea Sanders, “‘Mirrors Arranged in a Circle Around One Center’: The O’Connor Mystery Cycle,” 1-9.

Fred Chappell, “What Did Adrian Leverkuhn Create?,” 11-17.

Jeanée P. Sacken, “George Sand, Kate Chopin, Margaret Atwood, and the Redefinition of Self,” 19-28.

Elizabeth J. Bellamy, “Androgyny and the Epic Quest: The Female Warrior in Ariosto and Spenser,” 29-37.

R. V. Young, “‘To His Coy Mistress’ as Characterization,” 39-48.

Carolyne Ellison Stringfellow, “Shakespeare and Dryden in the Nineteenth Century: John Philip Kemble’s Pastiche of ‘Antony and Cleopatra,'” 49-56.

Carol Sherman, “The Deferral of Textual Authority in __La Relhdeuse__,” 57-65.

G. M. Maclean, “So What _Does_ Thomas Gray’s ‘Progress of Poesy’ Have To Do with Progress?,” 67-74.

Patrick Scott, “The Philological Generation Reconsidered: College English Teaching at South Carolina, 1880-1920,” 75-85.

Joseph F. Renahan, “The Imperial Intellect and the Select Minority: Ideas of Newman and Ortega y Gasset on the Mission of the University,” 87-96.

Deborah Baker Wyrick, “Hank Morgan: Linguistic Entrepreneur,” 97-105.

John Lamiman, “‘Walking in Breath and Air’: Orality and the Presence of the Past in the Fiction of William Faulkner,” 107-113.

Kieran Quinlan, “Their Language, So Familiar And So Foreign: The English Tongue And Its Irish Voice,” 115-21.