Articles in this issue
- Spenser's Monsters: A Response to Maik Goth and to John Watkins
Maurice Hunt, 21.1:1-7.
- Card and Courtship Plays at Hampton Court Palace: The Rape of the Lock and the Origins of Game Theory. A Response to Sean R. Silver
Oliver R. Baker, 21.1:8-11.
- Close Reading vs. Accretions of Dubious Scholarship: A Question of Competence. A Response to Kathryn Walls
Oliver R. Baker, 21.1:12-19.
- Sympathy, Superstition, and Narrative Form; Or, Why is Silas Marner so Short? A Response to John Mazaheri
Anna Neill, 21.1:20-27.
- Writings Backwards—Writing Forwards: A Response to Philipp Erchinger
Beatrix Hesse, 21.1:28-36.
- The Woman in White and the Secrets of the Sensation Novel
Lynn Pykett, 21.1:37-45.
- Thickening the Description: A Response to John R. Reed and Efraim Sicher[fn]Work on this rejoinder has been supported by a grant (1465/10) from the Israel Science Foundation.[/fn]
Leona Toker, 21.1:46-54.
- Hopkins and Home[fn]It gives me great pleasure to thank Matthias Bauer and Angelika Zirker for encouraging me to submit this piece to Connotations. The essay was originally delivered as an oral presentation at the Hospitable Text conference in London in July 2011, to the organizers of which my thanks are also due. I am grateful to Emily Taylor Merriman for informing me of that conference and, as ever, to René Gallet for his unfailing support.[/fn]
Adrian Grafe, 21.1:55-71.
- Turning the Corner of Interpretation: A Response to Elena Anastasaki
Shalyn Claggett, 21.1:72-85.
- Reconsidering Orton and the Critics: The Good and Faithful Servant
Yael Zarhy-Levo, 21.1:86-100.
- Modernist Elements in Jane Hirshfield's Voice and Zen Meditation
Ling Chung, 21.1:101-24.
- Modernist Elements in Jane Hirshfield's Voice and Zen Meditation: A Letter in Response to Ling Chung
Jane Hirshfield, 21.1:125-27.
- The Ethics of Otherness in Ian McEwan's Saturday
Tammy Amiel-Houser, 21.1:128-57.
- Poetic Economy: Ellipsis and Redundancy in Literature
Matthias Bauer, 21.2-3:159-64.
- In Their Own Words: On Writing in Second Person
Joshua Parker, 21.2-3:165-76.
- Leaps and Bounds: Hawthorne’s Strategies of Poetic Economy
Elena Anastasaki, 21.2-3:177-197.
- "Mistah Kurtz—he dead" in Company: Redundancy and Ellipsis
William Harmon, 21.2-3:198-217.
- Elegance and Poetic Economy in John Crowe Ransom and F. T. Prince
Rajeev S. Patke, 21.2-3:218-40.
- Pinter’s Fractured Discourse in The Homecoming
Maurice Charney, 21.2-3:241-55.
- Literary Allusions and Poetic Economy: Billy Collins’s "Albany" and William Wordsworth’s "I wandered lonely as a cloud
Judith Saunders, 21.2-3:256-71.
- The Homosexual Temptation of the Son in Milton’s Paradise Regained: A Reply to John T. Shawcross and Claude J. Summers
David V. Urban, 21.2-3:272-77.
- Re-reading Gulliver as Quixote: Toward a Theory a Quixotic Exceptionalism
Aaron R. Hanlon, 21.2-3:278-303.
- On the Shore of Interpretation: The Theory and Reading of the Image in Imagism
Andrew Hay, 21.2-3:304-26.
- "As I have heard Jeeves put it": A Response to Lawrence Dugan’s "Worcestershirewards: Wodehouse and the Baroque"
Laura Mooneyham White, 21.2-3:327-333.
- The Family Reunion: Eliot, James, and the Buried Life: A Response to Edward Lobb
Miriam M. Chirico, 21.2-3:334-45.
- Tragedy and Soap: Orton’s Good and Faithful Servant
Simon Shepherd, 21.2-3:346-62.
- Telling the Difference: Clones, Doubles and What’s in Between[fn]I would like to thank Monika Fludernik, Leona Toker, Jan Alber, and the anonymous reader of Connotations for their helpful comments on previous versions of this essay.[/fn]
Amit Marcus, 21.2-3:363-96.
- Untold and Unlived Lives in Kazuo Ishiguro’s Never Let Me Go: A Response to Burkhard Niederhoff
Rebecca Suter, 21.2-3:397-406.