Postscript 3.1


Preface, ii-iii.

Ina Rae Hark, “A Frontier Closes in Brooklyn: ‘Death of a Salesman’ and the Turner Thesis,” 1-6.

Mary Hurley Moran, “The Fiction of Margaret Atwood: A Critique of Popular Culture,” 7-12.

Gary Ljungquist, “Modalities Of Silence In Frisch And Puig,” 13-8.

Patrick Brantlinger, “Raymond Williams: From ‘Culture’ to ‘Community,’” 19-25.

Thomas Deveny, “Transformation of a Classical Mythos: The Role of Hymen in the Spanish Renaissance Epithalamium,” 27-33.

James Thompson, “The Art of Courtship or Business in a Bad Market,” 35-43.

Caroline Zilboorg, “The Fact and Idea of Slave Revolt: A Vehicle for Exploring Self and Other in Twentieth-Century Novels,” 45-51.

Elizabeth Langland, “Promises Not Kept: Sexual Infidelity and the Vengeful George Eliot,” 53-60.

Denise N. Baker, “Chaucer’s ‘Clerk’s Tale’ and the Monstrous Critics,” 61-8.

Earl J. Wilcox, “The Philological Association of the Carolinas: 1977-1985,” 69-73.