Time and Narrative

Edited by Nicola Bradbury

Yearbook of English Studies 30

W. S. Maney & Son Ltd for the Modern Humanities Research Association

1 January 2000  •  351pp

ISBN: 1-902653-05-X (paperback)

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Contents:

ix
Editorial Note
Nicola Bradbury
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1-4
Preface
Nicola Bradbury
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5-20
Missing and Mending: Romeo and Juliet at Play in the Romance Chronotope
G. G. Heyworth
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21-33
'King Lear', Narrating, and Surprise
Douglas Burnham
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34-45
Reading Time in Serial Fiction before Dickens
Tom Keymer
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46-59
Consuming Time: Narrative and Disease in 'Tristram Shandy'
Clark Lawlor
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60-70
Time and Tense in Eighteenth-Century Narratives of Madness
Allan Ingram
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71-81
Novel and History in Anti-Jacobin Satire
April London
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82-95
Quantum Pickwick
Shale Preston
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96-105
Time, Tense, Weather in Three 'Flood Novels', 'Bleak House', 'The Mill on the Floss', 'To the Lighthouse'
Anny Sadrin
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106-123
Improvising the Past in 'A Small Boy and Others'
Tamara Follini
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124-136
Greenwich Meanings: Clocks and Things in Modernist and Postmodernist Fiction
Randall Stevenson
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137-152
'The Existence I Ascribe': Memory, Invention, and Autobiography in Beckett's Fiction
Peter Boxall
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153-165
Slow Going
Steven Connor
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166-176
Changing of the Old Guard: Time Travel and Literary Technique in the Work of Kurt Vonnegut
Daniel Cordle
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177-186
A Brief Story of Postmodern Plot
Catherine Burgass
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187-201
Return of the Century: Time, Modernity, and the End of History in Angela Carter's 'Nights at the Circus'
Rachel Carroll
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202-220
Walter Abish: Plotting a 'Terrorism' of Postmodernist Fiction
Alexander Houen
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221-233
Remembering the Future: Edwin Morgan's Science Fiction Poetry
Colin Nicholson
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234-249
Occasions for Solidarity: Ashbery, Riley, and the Tradition of the New
David Herd
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250-262
Telling Stories Again: On the Replenishment of Narrative in the Postmodernist Long Poem
Brian Mchale
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263-264
Review of Robert Scholes, The Rise and Fall of English: Reconstructing English as a Discipline
Philip Hobsbaum
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264-265
Review of Claire Colebrook, New Literary Histories: New Historicism and Contemporary Criticism
Joe Carter
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265-266
Review of Theresa M. Kelley, Reinventing Allegory
Gordon Teskey
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266-267
Review of Julian Wolfreys, The Rhetoric of Affirmative Resistance: Dissonant Identities from Carroll to Derrida
Joe Brooker
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268
Review of Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, Novel Gazing: Queer Readings in Fiction
Peter Coe
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269
Review of Ursula K. Heise, Chronoschisms: Time, Narrative, and Postmodernism
Joe Carter
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270-271
Review of A. D. Harvey, A Muse of Fire: Literature, Art and War
Adrian Caesar
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271-272
Review of Robert E. Bjork, John D. Niles, A 'Beowulf' Handbook
David J. Williams
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272-274
Review of Jane Roberts, Janet L. Nelson, Malcolm Godden, Alfred the Wise: Studies in Honour of Janet Bately on the Occasion of Her Sixty-Fifth Birthday
Richard Marsden
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274-275
Review of Scott Gwara, David W. Porter, Ælfric Bata, Anglo-Saxon Conversations: The Colloquies of Ælfric Bata
Nicholas Howe
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275-277
Review of Derek Brewer, Jonathan Gibson, A Companion to the 'Gawain'-Poet
Phillipa Hardman
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277-278
Review of Piero Boitani, Anna Torti, Mediaevalitas: Reading the Middle Ages. The J. A. W. Bennett Memorial Lectures. Ninth Series. Perugia, 1995
Ruth Evans
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279-280
Review of Chaucer, T. L. Burton, Rosemary Greentree, Chaucer's 'Miller's', 'Reeve's', and 'Cook's' Tales: An Annotated Bibliography 1900 to 1992
Peter Brown
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280-281
Review of Thomas Hahn, Alan Lupack, Retelling Tales: Essays in Honor of Russell Peck
Stanley Hussey
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281-283
Review of Peter J. Lucas, From Author to Audience: John Capgrave and Medieval Publication
Derek Pearsall
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283-284
Review of Andrew Lynch, Malory's Book of Arms: The Narrative of Combat in 'Le Morte Darthur'
Janet Cowen
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285-286
Review of Sally Mapstone, Juliette Wood, The Rose and the Thistle: Essays on the Culture of Late Medieval and Renaissance Scotland
A. S. G. Edwards
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286-287
Review of Stanley Stewart, 'Renaissance' Talk: Ordinary Language and the Mystique of Critical Problems
Ralph Berry
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287-289
Review of R. W. Maslen, Elizabethan Fictions: Espionage, Counter-Espionage and the Duplicity of Fiction in Early Elizabethan Prose Narratives
Mark Thornton Burnett
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289-290
Review of Patricia Hyde, Thomas Arden in Faversham: The Man behind the Myth
Lena Cowen Orlin
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290-292
Review of Mark Thornton Burnett, Masters and Servants in English Renaissance Drama and Culture: Authority and Obedience
Charles Whitney
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292-293
Review of Elizabeth Heale, Wyatt, Surrey and Early Tudor Poetry
Seth Lerer
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293-294
Review of Philip Edwards, Sea-Mark: The Metaphorical Voyage, Spenser to Milton
Jerry Brotton
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294-295
Review of Kenneth J. Larsen, Edmund Spenser's 'Amoretti' and 'Epithalamion': A Critical Edition
Andrew Hadfield
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295-297
Review of Diane Kelsey McColley, Poetry and Music in Seventeenth-Century England
Edward Doughtie
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297-298
Review of Scott McMillin, Sally-Beth MacLean, The Queen's Men and Their Plays
Michela Calore
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298-299
Review of John C. Meagher, Shakespeare's Shakespeare: How the Plays Were Made
Pauline Kiernan
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299-300
Review of James Ogden, Arthur H. Scouten, 'Lear' from Study to Stage: Essays in Criticism
René Weis
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300-303
Review of Giorgio Melchiori, King Edward III; Doreen Del Vecchio, Antony Hammond, Pericles, Prince of Tyre
Brian Vickers
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303-304
Review of George Walton Williams, Shakespeare, Shakespeare's Speech-Headings: Speaking the Speech in Shakespeare's Plays
Pauline Kiernan
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304-305
Review of Peter Holland, English Shakespeares: Shakespeare on the English Stage in the 1990s
Christopher Baugh
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305-307
Review of Marcus Walsh, Shakespeare, Milton, and Eighteenth-Century Literary Editing: The Beginnings of Interpretative Scholarship
Michael Dobson
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307-308
Review of John K. Hale, Milton's Languages: The Impact of Multilingualism on Style
Estelle Haan
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308-309
Review of Laura L. Runge, Gender and Language in British Literary Criticism, 1660-1790
Carolyn D. Williams
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309-310
Review of Clifford Siskin, The Work of Writing: Literature and Change in Britain, 1700-1830
Colin Nicholson
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310-311
Review of Ronald Paulson, Don Quixote in England: The Aesthetics of Laughter
Malcolm Kelsall
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311-312
Review of Melvyn New, Critical Essays on Laurence Sterne
Peter de Voogd
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312-314
Review of Greg Clingham, The Cambridge Companion to Samuel Johnson
Keith Walker
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314
Review of B. Eugene McCarthy, Thomas Gray: The Progress of a Poet
Heidi Thomson
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315
Review of Judith Frank, Common Ground: Eighteenth-Century English Satiric Fiction and the Poor
Allan Ingram
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316-317
Review of Robert M. Ryan, The Romantic Reformation: Religious Politics in English Literature, 1789-1824
Danian Walford Davies
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317-318
Review of Gary Dyer, British Satire and the Politics of Style, 1789-1832
Allan Ingram
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318-319
Review of Thomas J. McCarthy, Relationships of Sympathy: The Writer and the Reader in British Romanticism
Helen Braithwaite
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319-321
Review of Martin Bidney, Patterns of Epiphany: From Wordsworth to Tolstoy, Pater, and Barrett Browning
Helen Braithwaite
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321-322
Review of Regina Hewitt, The Possibilities of Society: Wordsworth, Coleridge, and the Sociological Viewpoint of English Romanticism
Robert Fraser
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322-323
Review of Jennifer Ford, Coleridge on Dreaming: Romanticism, Dreams and the Medical Imagination
Daniel P. Watkins
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323-325
Review of Syndy M. Conger, Frederick S. Frank, Gregory O'Dea, Iconoclastic Departures: Mary Shelley after 'Frankenstein': Essays in Honor of the Bicentenary of Mary Shelley's Birth
Matthew Gibson
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325-326
Review of Margaret Homans, Adrienne Munich, Remaking Queen Victoria
Rosemarie Morgan
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326-327
Review of Horst Dölvers, Fables Less and Less Fabulous: English Fables and Parables of the Nineteenth Century and Their Illustrations
Robert Fraser
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327-329
Review of Rod Edmond, Representing the South Pacific: Colonial Discourse from Cook to Gauguin
Ruth Brown
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329-330
Review of Alison Byerly, Realism, Representation, and the Arts in Nineteenth-Century Literature
J. B. Bullen
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330-332
Review of Charles Dickens, Graham Storey, Margaret Brown, The Letters of Charles Dickens. Vol. 10. 1862-1864
K. J. Fielding
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332-333
Review of Dominic Rainsford, Authorship, Ethics and the Reader: Blake, Dickens, Joyce
Harly Ramsey
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333-334
Review of Julia A. Stern, The Plight of Feeling: Sympathy and Dissent in the Early American Novel
Henry Claridge
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334-335
Review of Clark Griffith, Achilles and the Tortoise: Mark Twain's Fictions
R. W. (Herbie) Butterfield
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336-337
Review of Mary Suzanne Schriber, Writing Home: American Women Abroad, 1830-1920
Cheryl Walker
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337-338
Review of Scott S. Derrick, Monumental Anxieties: Homoerotic Desire and Feminine Influence in 19th-Century U. S. Literature
R. W. (Herbie) Butterfield
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338-339
Review of Richard Halpern, Shakespeare among the Moderns
Andrew Murphy
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339-340
Review of Jean Kimball, Odyssey of the Psyche: Jungian Patterns in Ulysses
Craig Monk
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340-341
Review of Alice Gambrell, Women Intellectuals, Modernism, and Difference: Transatlantic Culture, 1919-1945
Craig Monk
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341-342
Review of Juliet Dusinberre, Virginia Woolf's Renaissance: Woman Reader or Common Reader?
Clare Hanson
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