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Articles from Studies in the Novel (June 22, 2004)

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"You have been framed": the function of ekphrasis for the representation of women in John Banville's trilogy (The Book of Evidence, Ghosts, Athena). Muller, Anja Critical Essay 9314
A matter of love or death: Hemingway's developing psychosexuality in For Whom The Bell Tolls. Hewson, Marc Critical Essay 7476
Cowan, James C. D. H. Lawrence: Self and Sexuality. Harrison, Andrew Book Review 1291
Dalgarno, Emily. Virginia Woolf and the Visible World. Henry, Holly Book Review 1827
Hitchens, Christopher. Why Orwell Matters. Meyers, Jeffrey Book Review 580
Hodson, Sara S. and Jeanne Campbell Reesman, eds. Jack London: One Hundred Years a Writer. Williams, James Book Review 3228
Monsters, marbles, and miniatures: Mary Shelley's reform aesthetic. Rovee, Christopher Critical Essay 11528
Taking sides. Moody, Ellen Book Review 8908
Textual hauntings: narrating history, memory, and silence in The English Patient. Novak, Amy Critical Essay 13184
Why Jimmy wears a suit: white, black, and working class in The Commitments. McGlynn, Mary Critical Essay 9551

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