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COMPARATIVE LITERATURE STUDIES

Volume 21

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VOL. 21, No. 1, 1984

Articles
Mythology into Psychology: Deux ex Machina into God Within
Lilian R. Furst

Falling Asleep over The Aeneid: Lowell, Freud, and the Classics
Anthony Manousos

The Bureaucratization of Knowledge and Sex in Flaubert and Vargas Llosa
Katherine S. Kovacs

Review Essays
Qui a tué Catulle? Réflexions sur un livre
Francois Jost

A Failure of Nerve
George A. Panichas

VOL. 21, No. 2, 1984

Articles
The Problem of Suffering in the Fiction of Saul Bellow
Allen Chavkin

Philip Roth's Ghost Writer
Steven G. Kellman

Juan Ramón Jiménez and the Illinois Trio: Sandburg, Lindsay, Masters
John C. Wilcox

Frontier Humor in Huchieberry Finn and Carvalho's 0 Coronel e o Lobisomem
Bobby J. Chamberlain

Review Article
Criticism and Current Intellectual Trends: A Review of T. K. Seung's Semiotics and Thematics in Hermeneutics
W. Wolfgang Holdheim

Book Reviews
Rosemary Ashton, The German Idea: Four English Writers and the Reception of German Thought 1800-1860
(John Boening)

David Aers, Jonathan Cook, and David Putner, Romanticism and Ideology: Studies in English Writing 1765-1830.
(Clifford Siskin)

James M. McGlathery, Mysticism and Sexuality. E. T. A. Hoffmann. Part I: Hoffmann and his Sources.
(Gerhart Hoffmeister)

F. Anne Payne, Chaucer and Menippean Satire.
(Jan Ziolkowski)

ALix Deguise, Trois femmes. Le Monde de Madame de Charrière.
(Konrad Bieber)

Graeme Tytler, Physiognomy in the European Novel: Faces and Fortunes.
(Emile J. Talbot)

David Goldstien, Dostoyevsky and the Jews.
(Dorothy Bilik)

Mary T. Reynolds, Joyce and Dante: The Shaping Imagination.
(Hermione de Almeida)

Brain Kiernan, Patrick White.
(Marian Arkin)

 Earling B.Holtsmark, Tarzan and Tradition: Classical Myth in Popular Literature.
(David Damrosch)

David Halliburton, Poetic Thinking: An Approach to Heidegger.
(Joseph A. Buttigieg)

René Wellek, Four Critics: Croce, Valéry, Lukács, Ingarden.
(Joseph P. Strelka)

Irving Babbitt, Representative Writings.
(Anthony Netboy)

VOL. 21, No. 3, 1984

Articles
The Death of Vergil: Broch's Reading of Vergil's Aeneid.
Kathleen L. Komar

The Common Man's Iliad
N. E. Dunn

Candide's English Prototypes
Elizabeth Nelson

Baroja's Camino de perfecci6n and Schnitzler's Leutnant Gustl: Fin de Siècle Madrid and Vienna
Helga Stipa Madland

Robert Lowell's Imitations: Tone and Meaning in the Rimbaud Sonnet Sequence
Lynda Donnelly McNeil

Book Reviews
Richard Jenkyns, Three Classical Poets: Sappho, Catullus, and Juvenal
(William S. Anderson)

Glending Olson, Literature as Recreation in the Later Middle Ages
(Calvin S. Brown)

Albert E. Stone, Autobiographical Occasions and Original Acts
(John W. Crowley)

Etiemble, Quelques essais de littérature universelle
(György M. Vajda)

Sergio Moravia, Filosofia e scienze umane nell'etd dei lumi
(Alfred J. Bingham)

VOL. 21, No. 4, 1984

Articles
Comic Audiences and Rhetorical Strategies in Machiavelli, Shakespeare, and Molière
William J. Kennedy

Luis Cernuda's Exile Poetry and Coleridge's Theory of Imagination
Kevin J. Bruton

Most Capital Enemies of the Muses: War. Art, and Kubla Khan
Michael Bright

War and Degradation: Gleanings from the Literature of the Great War
Alfredo Bonadeo

Kafkaesque Elements in Kafka's Novels and in Contemporary Narrative Prose
Joseph P. Strelka

Melville's The Confidence Man and Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Christopher S. Durer

Blake, Neruda, Ngugi wa Thiong'o: Issues in Third World Literature
Georg M. Gugelberger

Russian and Nigerian Literatures
F. Odun Balogun