Linearity and Its Discontents: Rethinking Narrative Form and Ideological Valence
Examines how a number of modern innovative authors use chronological progression, causal connection, and narrative voice in their novels. Analyzes texts by Alain Robbe-Grillet and Jeanette Winterson, noting the areas of connection and disjunction between the theoretical claims and actual practice of experimental authors.
Integrating Rhetorical and Literary Theories of Genre
Amy J. Devitt
Claims scholars in English, as a field of study, share a common object of study, specifically the study of discourse. Compares and attempts to integrate the scholarship on one part of discourse--genre--from two subdisciplines of English, literary and composition study.
Imagining the Future in The Awakening
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REVIEW: Coming to Know a Century
Janet Carey Eldred and Peter Mortensen
REVIEW: Disturbing Practices: Toward Institutional Change in Composition Scholarship and Pedagogy
COMMENT & RESPONSE: A COMMENT ON “IAGO LIVES IN THE PANOPTICON”
From the Editor
INDEX TO VOLUME 62
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