Penn State University

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE STUDIES

Volume 18

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VOL. 18, No. 1, 1981

Articles
A French Classical Translation of Shakespeare: Ducis' Hamlet
Peter V. Conroy, JR.

The Vulture and the Dove
J.A. Harvie

The City in Post-Romantic Figuration
Patricia Tobin

The Creation of Myth's Rhetoric: Views of the Mythic Sign
Gregory L. Lucente

On the Dichotomy Between Genius and Talent
Reino Virtanen

VOL. 18, No. 2, 1981
Nihon University Special East-West Issue

Articles
The American Image in Kafu Nagai and Henry James
Masayuki Akiyama

An American Collection of Western Poems and the Early Career of Ishikawa Takuboku
Yukinori Iwaki

The Kiss and the Japanese Culture After World War II
Shunsuke Kamei

Amy Lowell and the Orient
Michael Katz

Japonisme and Nineteenth-Century French Literature
Elwood Hartman

Japanese Diaries and the Nature of Literature
Richard Bowring

On Taking a Theoretical Stand Today
Earl Miner

T.S. Eliot's The Cocktail Party and the Bhagavas-Gita
Vimala Rao

Book Reviews
Tay, Chou and Yuan, eds., China and the West: Comparative Literature Studies
(James J.Y. Liu)

Junji,  Between God and Man: A Judgment on War Crimes
(John T. Dorsey)

VOL. 18, No. 3, 1981

Articles
The Nouvelle Critique and the Classicist
Thomas Rosenmeyer

Ingarden's Concept of the Aesthetic Object
Eugene H. Falk

Aesthetic Value in Literature
Monroe C. Beardsley

Commentary on Falk and Beardsley
A. O. Aldridge

The Historicity of the Literary Worl of Art: An Ingardenian Perspective
Hans H. Rudnick

Signification and Meaning: A Critique of the Saussurean Conception of the Sign
Jeffrey Barnouw

Thought, Image, and Story: The Slippery Procedures of Literature
Albert Cook

The Challenge of Literary Movements
Francois Jost

Modernism in the Twelfth Century
Kent Kraft

Encoding in the Texts of Literary Movements: Late European Romanticism
Patricia A. Ward

Pleasure in Conflict: Mahler's Sixth, Tragedy, and Musical Form
Peter Rabinowitz

Spatial Form: The Aesthetics of Monism
Betty Jean Craige

Beckford, Delacroix and Byronic Orientalism
Frederick Garber

Proust and Virgnia Woolf, Ruskin and Roger Fry: Modernist Visual Dynamics
Diane R. Leonard

Salome: The Decadent Ideal
Anne Hudson Jones and Karen Kingsley

Patterns of 20th Century Anti-War Poetry in World Literature
Robert J. Clements

Marco Millions, O'Neill's Chinese Experience and Chinese Drama
Horst Frenz

Some Theoretical Implications of Japanese Linked Poetry
Earl Miner

Ezra Pound's Imagism and the Tradition
P.E. Firchow

Klangfarbenmelodie in Polychromatic Poems: Anton von Webern and Augusto de Campos
Claus Clüver

VOL. 18, No. 4, 1981

Articles
Cervantes and the Aesthetics of Reception
Darío Fernández-Morera

Some Aspects of Visual Poetry in Catalonia
Willard Bohn

Nietzsche and Le Rouge et le noir
William R. Goetz

"Kleist Conquers New York" Kleist Reception in the U.S. 1975-76
Marjorie Gelus and Ruth Ann Crowley

Love in Thomas Mann's Doktor Faustus as an Imitatio Shakespeari
Steven Cerf

A Womb with a View: The 'Reading' Consciousness in Ruskin and Proust
Dana Brand