Studies in American Naturalism 7.2

 

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Studies in American Naturalism


 
Volume 7, Number 2 Winter 2012


CONTENTS

News & Announcements vii

ESSAYS

“Striking Stereopticon Views”: Edith Wharton’s “Bunner Sisters” and
Nineteenth- Century Magic Lantern Entertainment
Yair Solan
 2012 Robert H. Elias Prize Winner
 

135
 

“Fighting Against the Earth Itself ”: Sadism, Epistemophilia,
and the Nature of Market Capitalism in Frank Norris’s The Pit
Adam H. Wood
 

151
 

Fictionalizing Jack London: Charmian London and
Rose Wilder Lane as Biographers
Donna M. Campbell
 

176
 

Dorothy Dudley’s Forgotten Frontiers: Dreiser and the Land of the Free
Donald Pizer
 

193
 
The Trap Sinister in William Carpenter’s The Wooden Nickel
Wayne W. Westbrook
 
207
 

Literary Naturalism and Its Transformations: The Western,
American Neo- realism, Noir, and Postmodern Reformation
Richard Lehan
 

228
 

REVIEW

The Oxford Handbook of American Literary Naturalism,
edited by Keith Newlin
Renate von Bardeleben

 

246
 

CONTRIBUTORS
258
 

 

 

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