Articles in this issue
- Peter Martyr, Richard Eden and the New World: Reading, Experience, and Translation
Andrew Hadfield, 5.1:1-22.
- Grace Note: The Manuscript Evidence for a Christological "Crossing the Bar"
Robert F. Fleissner, 5.1:23-33.
- Author and Reader in Renaissance Texts: Fulke Greville, Sidney, and Prince Henry
Elaine Y. L. Ho, 5.1:34-48.
- A Woman Killed with Kindness and Domesticity, False or True: A Response to Lisa Hopkins
Diana E. Henderson, 5.1:49-54.
- Thomas Heywood's A Woman Killed with Kindness and the Genetics of Genre Formation: A Response to Lisa Hopkins
Michael Wentworth, 5.1:55-68.
- Towards an Understanding of Christianity in Shakespeare: In Memory of Roy Battenhouse
Peter Milward, 5.1:76-82.
- Modern and Postmodern Discourses in Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale: A Response to David Laird
Maurice Hunt, 5.1:83-94.
- The Cultural Dynamics of Metafictional Discourse in Early American Literature: A Response to Jürgen Wolter
Bernd Engler, 5.1:95-107.
- Faulkner and Racism: A Commentary on Arthur F. Kinney's "Faulkner and Racism"
Philip Cohen, 5.1:108-18.
- Author's Commentary
Arthur F. Kinney, 5.1:119-24.
- "Competing Discourses in The Winter's Tale": Two Letters
Stephen Greenblatt and David Laird, 5.1:125-27.
- Melville and Grabbe: A Letter
Merton M. Sealts, Jr., 5.1:128.
- Mythical Aspects of Poe's Detective
Lothar Černý, 5.2-3:131-46.
- Calvinism Feminized: Divine Matriarchy in Harriet Beecher Stowe
John Gatta, 5.2-3:147-66.
- The Myth of the Self in Whitman's "Song of Myself"[fn]Quoted text: Wait Whitman, Leaves of Grass, ed. S. Bradley (1969; New York: Norton, 1973).[/fn] and Traherne's "Thanksgivings"[fn]Quoted text: Thomas Traherne, Centuries, Poems and Thanksgivings, 2 vols., ed. H. M. Margoliouth (1958; Oxford: Clarendon, 1965).[/fn]: A Hypothesis[fn]This paper was read at a symposium on The Presence of Mythology in American Literature in Cologne from 24th-26th July 1995. The style of oral delivery has been retained.[/fn]
Inge Leimberg, 5.2-3:167-86.
- Mythifying Africa
Ruth Mayer, 5.2-3:187-207.
- The Language of Dogs: Mythos and Logos in Emily Dickinson[fn]I am grateful to Professor Inge Leimberg for her encouragement, criticism and numerous suggestions. Thanks are also due to Dr. Christiane Lang−Graumann and Professor John R. Kayser for valuable material.[/fn]
Matthias Bauer, 5.2-3:208-27.
- Modern Republicanism and the Education of Achilles: An Interpretation of Tom Sawyer
John R. Kayser and John Fitzgerald, 5.2-3:228-39.
- Faulkner and Racial Mythology
Arthur F. Kinney, 5.2-3:259-75.
- Noble Imagery: Wallace Stevens and Mesoamerican Mythology
Anca Rosu, 5.2-3:240-58.
- Mythic Sex in Mississippi: Eula and Ike Snopes
Lothar Hönnighausen, 5.2-3:276-83.
- The Control Machine: Myth in The Soft Machine of W. S. Burroughs[fn]For Salvina D'Anna and Louis. "Hands up …. "—Thanks to Didier Ober and Peter Gaines for all their help.—This article is the revised version of a paper presented on "The Presence of Mythology in American Literature" at the Fachhochschule Köln in July 1995.[/fn]
John G. Watters, 5.2-3:284-303.
- The Myth of the American Adam in Late Mailer
John Whalen-Bridge, 5.2-3:304-21.
- Myths of Identity in Derek Walcott's "The Schooner Flight"
Mary C. Fuller, 5.2-3:322-38.
- The Woods, the West, and Icarus's Mother: Myth in the Contemporary American Theatre
John Russell Brown, 5.2-3:339-54.