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Volume 17

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VOL. 17, No. 1, 1980

The Idea of Literary Periods
Walter F. Eggers, Jr.

Genre as Text
Gustavo Pérez Firmat

Condemned to Survival: The Comic Unsuccessful Suicide
Marilynn J. Smith

Images of the Divine in Rumi and Whitman
Ghulam M. Fayez

Leopardi, Arnold, and the Victorian Sensibility
Ottavio M. Casale and Allan C. Dooley

"O what a Rougue and Peasant Slave I am!"-Hamlet in English, French, and German
Ulrich K. Goldsmith

Book Reviews
James F. Lea, Kazantzakis: The Politics of Salvation
(Minas Savvas)

Stein Haugom Olsen, The Structure of Literary Understanding
(Gregory L. Ulmer)

VOL. 17, No. 2 Part 1, 1980

Joycean Irony and Mozart's Don Giovanni
Malcolm Richardson II

Some Qualms About Qua: On the Relevance of the Non-Aesthetic
William Freedman

Brave New World and the Mechanist/Vitalist Controversy
Alexandra Aldridge

Alejo Carpentier á la recherche du temps perdu
Wendy B. Faris

Dual Reflections on Transparency: Consciousness in Fiction
John Paul Riquelme

The Heroine as Reader in the Nineteenth-Century Novel: Emma Bovary and Maggie Tulliver
Carla L. Peterson

VOL. 17, No. 2 Part 2, 1980
Special Issue The Metamorphoses of Creativity

Creativity: Is Science Really a Special Case?
Stephen E. Toulmin

Arthur Fine

Inspiration and Work: How Poetry Gets to Be Written
Kenneth Koch

Michael Anania

Cultural Transpositions of Creativity
Nur Yalman

Susan Tax Freeman

Sound as Image in Stevens' "Not Ideas About the Thing But the Thing Itself"
Lea Hamaoui

The Grip of Winter, in "Des Trois Bossis," an Old French Fabliau
Charles Henry

VOL. 17, No. 3, 1980

L'Astrée Revisited: A 17th Century Model for The Magus
Suzanne Poirier

Literary Censorship in France: Historical Comparisons with Anglo-Saxon Traditions, 1275-1940
Arthur Goldzweig

The Treacherous Forest of Symbols: Duality and Anti-Self-Consciousness in Eichendorff and Baudelaire
W.D. Sims-Gunzenhauser

From 'the Happy Few' to Humanity: Mallarmé and Rilke on and for the Reader
Ursula Franklin

Pierre Jean Jouve's Dark Night of the Soul
Daniel E. Rivas

The Sick Hero Reborn: Two Versions of the Philoctetes Myth
John Dean

Book Reviews
Hans Flasche, Geschichte der Spanischen Literatur. Ester Band: Von den Anfangen bis zum Ausgang des fünfzehnten Jahrhunderts
(Alberto Porqueras-Mayo)

Christopher Prendergast, Balzac:Fiction and Melodrama
(B.F. Bart)

Antony Tatlow, The Mask of Evil. Brecht's Response to the Poetry, Theatre and Thought of China and Japan. A Comparative and Critical Evaluation
(Martin Esslin)

Dolf Oehler, Pariser Bilder 1 (1830-1848): Antibourgeoise Ästhetik bei Baudelaire Daumier und Heine
( Jeffrey L. Sammons)

Del Litto, Le Journal intime et ses Littéaires: Actes du Colloque de septembre 1975
(Carol Rigolot)

Dorothy Gabe Coleman, The Gallo Roman Muse Aspects of Roman Literary Tradition in Sixteenth-Century France
(William Sylvester)

VOL. 17, No. 4, 1980

Toward a Rhetoric of Spatial Form: Some Implications of Frank's Theory
Lynda D. McNeil

The Napoleonic Legend and Its Aftermath: Polish Romanticism and Stendhal
Christopher H. Olechowski

Translation as a Semiotic Process
José L. Ramos

Voodoo Myths in Haitian Literatwe
Asselin Charles

Reflection/Negation/Reality: Dostoyevsky and Hegel on Self-Consciousness
Wlliam Winfield

Psychoanalysis and the Uncanny in Literature
Ellen Peel

Le cygne or El cisne: The History of a Misreading
Andrew Bush

Imagery and the Theme of Perception: L'Education sentimentale and Niebla
Nancy Gray Diaz

Two Translations of Baudelaire's "Correspondances": A Linguistic Comparison
Kristine Anderson

The Perception of Reality as an Act of "Reading": An Examination of One Aspect in the Art of Proust and Joyce
Luz Aurora Pimentel

Literature and Philosophy as Narrative Writing
Ellen Esrock

Chateaubriand's Atala and Pushkin's Prisoner in the Caucasus: French and Russian Variations upon a theme by Guillaume Thomas Raynal
Alexej Urginsky