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Studies in American Naturalism


 
Volume 1, Numbers 1 & 2 Summer/Winter 2006

Inaugural Double Issue in Honor of Donald Pizer


CONTENTS


ESSAYS
Stephen C. Brennan
Donald Pizer and the Study of American Literary Naturalism 
3
Richard Lehan
Naturalism and the Realms of the Text: The Problem Restated 
15
James Nagel
Donald Pizer, American Naturalism, and Stephen Crane 
30
Townsend Ludington
Explaining Dos Passos’s Naturalism 
36
Jeanne Campbell Reesman
Rough Justice in Jack London’s “Mauki” 
42
Keith Newlin
Why Hamlin Garland Left the Main-Travelled Road 
70
Eric Carl Link
The Theodicy Problem in the Works of Frank Norris 
90
Thomas P. Riggio
Dreiser and Kirah Markham: The Play’s the Thing 
109
Barbara Hochman
The Good, the Bad, and the Literary: Edith Wharton’s
Bunner Sisters and the Social Contexts of Reading 
128
Gary Scharnhorst
Bret Harte’s Naturalism 
144
Donna Campbell
“Where are the ladies?” Wharton, Glasgow,
and American Women Naturalists 
152
Peter Shillingsburg
On Being Textually Aware 
170

REVIEWS
Robber Baron: The Life of Charles Tyson Yerkes, by John Franch
Reviewed by Roark Mulligan 
196
A New Book of the Grotesques: Contemporary Approaches to
Sherwood Anderson’s Early Fiction
, by Robert Dunne
Reviewed by Margaret Boe Birns 
199
Double Lives: American Writers’ Friendships, by Richard Lingeman
Reviewed by Andrea Harris 
202
At Home in the City: Urban Domesticity in American Literature
and Culture, 1850-1930
, by Betsy Klimasmith
Reviewed by Cara Elana Erdheim 
204
Pleasing to the “I”: The Culture of Personality and Its Representations
in Theodore Dreiser and F. Scott Fitzgerald
, by Uwe Juras
Reviewed by Renate von Bardeleben 
207

CONTRIBUTORS
211
 

 

 

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