Volumes 60-69 (1971-1980)

The Yale Review by decade: VOLUMES LX-LXIX (1970-1980)

VOLUME LX (1970-1971)

[Reviews are entered under the author of the book reviewed and under the reviewer.]

VOLUME LX, NO.1 (October 1970)

The Irrelevance of American Politics Allan C. Brownfeld 1
“That Kind of a Liberal”: Franklin D. Roosevelt after Twenty-five Years John Morton Blum 14
Benjamin Britten: Twenty-five Years of Opera George Martin 24
International Relations and the Spirit of Tragedy Arthur N. Gilbert 45
Development Assistance to Latin America Richard S. Aldrich 53
The Bush. A Story Helen Ranch 63
Realism in the Novel David Goldknopf 69
Survival in the Zaharah Desart. Verse Nathan Lyons 85
Alessandro Magnasco, “A Garden Party at Albano” (After 1735).Verse Thomas Hoffman 87
Noah’s Dove. Verse Calvin Forbes 88
Begin, Again. Verse Arthur Oberg 89
New Books in Review: A Sabine Farm Near Kirchstetten Monroe K. Spears 90
New Fiction in Review Paul Edward Gray 101
Interpreting Myths Jonathan Culler 108
The Force of Myth Pat Watters 114
The Japanese Intellectual’s Cul-de-Sac Roy Andrew Miller 117
Hardy in Two Centuries Lionel Stevenson 126
Present Mirth, Present Laughter-Theory Terence Hawkes 130
A Conjunction of Critics Emerson R. Marks 135
Aubrey Menen’s Interior World Margaret Wimsatt 138
Science in Review: On Becoming and Being Arthur W. Galston 142
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 149
Letters and Comment: The Un-Angry Langston Hughes Francis E. Kearns 154
Reader’s Guide vi-xxxvi
Contributors xxxvi

VOLUME LX, NO. 2 (December 1970)

Revolution in the University James Hitchcock 161
The Student Revolt Carl Landauer 175
American Student Politics Steven Warnecke 185
Crime and Punishment in the Odyssey George Dimock 199
Wallace Stevens in the Tropics: A Conservative Protest Jan Pinkerton 215
Pirandello Old and New Robert S. Lopez 228
Memory’s Defense: The Real Life of Vladimir Nabokov’s Berlin Robert C. Williams 241
Two Eclogues of Virgil. Verse translation David R. Slavitt 251
Two Poems Po Fei Huang 254
Synopsis. Verse D. F. Petteys 255
Two Poems Katherine Hoskins 256
Invocation, An Elegy. Verse Jerald Bullis 257
New Books in Review: Self-Portrait of the Great Orientalist Frederick W. Hilles 259
Words for the Music George Martin 267
A New Edition of Pepys Frank Brady 269
A Russian in Exile Victor Erlich 274
Recent Poetry Marie Borroff 277
The Technetronic Revolution Henry L. Roberts 287
Ideas of Ordering Lowry Nelson, Jr. 289
The Victorians Our Forebears Michael Cooke 294
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 301
Letters and Comment: The Furor Teutonicus: Upper Mississippi Abteilung Georg Mann 306
Reader’s Guide vi- xxxii
Contributors xxxii

VOLUME LX, NO. 3 (March 1971)

The Sources of United States Policy in the Third World Tom J. Farer 321
New Directions for Our Latin American Policy Martin C. Needier 333
Cuba’s “Second Vietnam”: Bolivia Martin D. Gensler 342
The Boyg and the Sphinx in Ibsen’s Theatre Brian Johnston 366
Ruera Street. An excerpt from the novel, Belarmino and Apolonio,
translated from the Spanish by Murray Baumgarten and Gabriel Berns Ramon Pérez de Ayala 383
Joshua’s Poem. Verse Stephen Sandy 390
Another Poem on the Nature of Dreams and Passions. Verse Daniel Mark Fogel 390
The Line-Up. Verse Joan Swift 391
Louise Leaning Over the Water. Verse Thomas McNamee 392
One of the Old Ones. Verse Robert Stock 393
New Books in Review: Yeats Kenneth Connelly 394
Recent Poetry: Visions and Revisions Louis L. Martz 403
The View from the Stiles-Morse Dining Halls Daniel Yergin 417
Hogarth Martin Price 425
Some Recent Novels: Connoisseurs of Chaos David J. Gordon 428
Essays on Chaucer Morton W. Bloomfield 438
To Resist Imprisonment Nicolaus C. Mills 440
Embodied Ecstasy Lowry Nelson, Jr. 444
Examination of Slavery V. Jacque Voegeli 449
Frick Sculpture David Piper 453
Shakespeare Charles Tyler Prouty 456
Science in Review: On the Use and Misuse of Science Arthur W. Galston 458
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 463
Letters and Comment: From Madras, A View of the Southern Film Susanne Hoeber Rudolph 468
Reader’s Guide vi-xxviii
Contributors xxviii

VOLUME LX, NO. 4 (June 1971)

Creativity, Poetic Language, and the Computer Marie Borroff 481
Consciousness-Makers and the Autonomy of Consciousness Edward Pols 514
Benjamin, Edgar, Humbert, and Jay Martha Banta 532
Dante and Virgil Rocco Montana 550
Three Poems Laurence Lieberman 562
There’s So Much and You’re Missing Most of It. Verse Jeannette Nichols 568
New Books in Review: Tom Carlyle and His Mocking Bonny Jane Frederick W. Hilles 569
Japan Roy Andrew Miller 576
Homer George Dimock 585
Women Mary Ellmann 590
Rome Richard Krautheimer 593
Nostalgia for FDR John M. Blum 598
Catalogue of an Aborted Exhibition: Ancient Art in Cairo Richard A. Fazzini 600
Games People Don’t Play Erich Segal 605
A Rural Life Style Nicolaus Mills 609
Dante Translations Thomas G. Bergin 614
Genius and Genius Loci Richard Harter Fogle 618
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 620
Letters and Comment: The Middling Ages: Notes on Some American Film Directors Stanley Kauffmann 626
Reader’s Guide vi-xxvi
Contributors xxvi

VOLUME LXI (1971-1972)
[Reviews are entered under the author of the book reviewed and under the reviewer.]

VOLUME LXI, NO. 1 (October 1971)

The Senile Society: A Theory Steven Goldberg 1
Vietnam and the American Revolution David V. J. Bell and Allan E. Goodman 26
The Further Adventures of Brunhild. A Story Rebecca Kavaler 35
American Education as Metaphysics: The Religious Consequence Forest K. Davis 57
The Death of the American Ethic Orin S. Kramer 69
Four Poems Timothy Murphy 76
The Hotel with a View of the Jungfrau. Verse Alan Williamson 80
New Books in Review:
Recent Poetry: Exiles and Disinterments Laurence Lieberman 82
A Community of Ideas and an Idea of Community: The Designs of Serge Chermayeff Karl W. Deutsch 101
English Worthies of the Georgian Era Frederick W. Hilles 109
The Forms of Slavery David Brion Davis 117
Some First Novels of 1971 Rachel Trickett 121
Computer as Critic Mary Ellmann 132
The English Stage Charles Beecher Hogan 134
Science in Review: A Biologist’s View of China Arthur W. Galston 139
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 146
Letters and Comment: A Man in the Ruins: From a Roman Journal Gushing Strout 151
Reader’s Guide vi-xxxviii
Contributors xxxviii

VOLUME LXI, NO. 2 (December 1971)

The Coming of the Black Ghetto-State Edward C. Smith 161
A White Man’s Strategy for Black Victory Jon C. Van Leuven 183
Stravinsky and the Natures of Ballet and Opera George Martin 193
The Arabs’ Attitude to the West Morroe Berger 207
Neruda in Translation John Felstiner 226
On Bluefish Beach. Verse Paul Lamar 252
Mariner’s Song. Verse Geoffrey Hartman 253
New Books in Review:
Literature as System René Wellek 254
Frontiers of Criticism Jonathan Culler 259
Taking Dickens Seriously Martin Price 271
Complex Acts of Invention: Six Studies in Romanticism Thomas McFarland 279
By Wondrous Art Pontifical A. Bartlett Giamatti 298
Blakomania Anthony Blunt 301
Children and Institutions Nicolaus Mills 306
Twenty-One New Cavafy Poems Minas Savvas 308
Science in Review: Attitudes on Acupuncture 1971 Arthur W. Galston 312
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 317
Reader’s Guide vi-xviii
Contributors xix

VOLUME LXI, NO. 3 (March 1972)

Perspectives on Russia:
“We Shall Meet Again in Petersburg” Victor Erlich 321
Leningrad Notes Michael Holquist 330
Russian Students Martin Chancey 349
Flight from the Bolsheviks Nikita R. Roodkowsky 367
Honor Thy Father and Thy Mother. A Story Judith Chernaik 373
On Dividing the Loot: The Delegation of Power Samuel L. Macey 396
New Books in Review:
The Sacred Weapon Alvin B. Kernan 407
Recent Poetry: Berryman and Others Louis L. Martz 410
First Lady John M. Blum 422
Painter Pugg Frederick W. Hilles 428
Trying to Understand Victorians Michael Cooke 433
Shakespeare in Context Eugene M. Waith 441
Theories of Family and Society Martin Lebowitz 448
Euripidean Problems Erich Segal 452
Oedipus Duplex Carroll Moulton 455
Moral Issues in Thomas Hardy Alexander Welsh 459
Science in Review: Antiscience in the Classroom Arthur W. Galston 463
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 467
Letters and Comment: The Enjoyment of American Education Hazel O’Hara 471
Reader’s Guide viii-xiii
Contributors xiii

VOLUME LXI, NO. 4 (June 1972)

Picking Up the Pieces: The Impact of Vietnam on the Military Establishment Adam Yarmolinsky 481
Auden and the Art of Clarification Richard Johnson 496
American War Novels: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow Stanley Cooperman 517
Marlowe: The Arts of Illusion A. Bartlett Giamatti 530
The War Has Just Begun Soliloquy. Verse Jean Garrigue 544
How the Safari Ended. A Story Marcie Miller Stadelhofen 547
Edith Wharton: The Archeological Motive James W. Tuttleton 562
Origins of Student Reform in Latin America: Cordoba, 1918 Joseph S. Tulchin 575
New Books in Review:
Seventeenth-Century Manners Rosalie L. Colie 591
Recent Fiction Michael Cooke 599
Film Philosophized Lowry Nelson, Jr. 610
Rending the Veil Dewey R. Faulkner 615
Revolution—Then Marc Raeff 625
Capitalism versus Women’s Liberation Edna G. Rostow 628
Faces in the Lecture Room Eric Ashby 632
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 635
Reader’s Guide vi-xviii
Contributors xix

VOLUME LXII (1972-1973)
[Reviews are entered under the author of the book reviewed and under the reviewer.]

VOLUME LXII, NO. 1 (October 1972)

Lessons. A Story Leslie Epstein 1
The Heroes of Ulysses and Their Homeric Prototypes George deF. Lord 43
Abraham, Kierkegaard: Either, Or Samuel J. Beck 59
Two Poems Peter Cooley 76
Three Poems Frances Padorr 77
Orestes. Verse Robert Fagles 79
Mother and the Wheel Chair. Verse Michael Mewshaw 80
New Books in Review:
Recent Poetry Marie Borroff 81
James Joyce Kenneth Connelly 94
The Parade before the Show Jacques Guicharnaud 106
Diderot: A Definitive Synthesis Georges May 113
Marxist Literary Criticism René Wellek 119
Greek Literature and Morality Carroll Moulton 127
Liang Ch’i-Ch’ao in New Perspective Jonathan D. Spence 136
A Specialist’s View of the Remarkable Ho Joseph Buttinger 138
Perceptions Like Tocqueville’s Russell Kirk 142
Youth and Its Revolution Daniel Yergin 147
The Victorian Michelangelo G. L. Hersey 152
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 155
Reader’s Guide vi-xxii
Contributors xxiii

VOLUME LXII, NO. 2 (December 1972)

Foreign Aid: Dead or Alive Gustav Ranis 161
The Tale and the Artist David J. Gordon 168
Setting and a Sense of World in the Novel Alexander Gelley 186
The Riddle of Shelley’s Cloud Donald Pearce 202
Victorian Dilemmas in Modern Guise David Felix 221
Helping Can. A Story R. C. Phelan 241
Informalism in Physics George Greenstein 255
August Maine. Verse Brian Swann 264
Two Poems Rose Styron 264
New Books in Review:
Survivor: A Last Oak Leaf, The Critic in the Poet Laurence Lieberman 267
Biography of a Scientist John Rodgers 277
Maria Edgeworth and More Dickens Alexander Welsh 281
The American Past Carl Bridenbaugh 287
Language and Knowledge Jonathan Culler 290
Portraits: Stravinsky and Horgan George Martin 296
Images of Saga and Lyric Alice S. Miskimin 299
The American Novelist: His Time and Place James W. Tuttleton 305
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 307
Letters and Comment: A Midwestern Walden E. A. J. Johnson 312
Reader’s Guide viii-xviii
Contributors xix

VOLUME LXII, NO. 3 (March 1973)

Balancing the Power Michael Mandelbaum and Daniel Yergin 321
Cummings: One Man Alone Malcolm Cowley 332
Wishes as Horses: A Word for the Houhynhynms John N. Morris 355
Swift’s “I” Robert C. Elliott 372
Technology and the Sexual Revolution James Schroeter 392
Signals from the Safety Coffin. Verse John Engels 406
Les Chimères des Vieux. Verse J. D. McClatchy 407
Death in Venice. Verse Theodore Weiss 408
Two Poems William Doreski 410
Summer. Verse William Dickey 411
New Books in Review:
Poetry: Ammons, Berryman, Cummings Helen Vendler 412
Virginia Woolf Gordon S. Haight 426
We, Teiresias W. K. Wimsatt 431
The Careers of Paul Douglas James Tobin 438
A World of Chaotic Flux Frederick W. Hilles 443
ABCDEFG Fred C. Robinson 450
Rear-Guard Rebellion Laurence B. Holland 456
Recent Novels Mary Ellmann 461
Jesus in Literature Michael Cooke 469
Plattsburg Redivivus Richard Gillam 472
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 477
Reader’s Guide vi-xviii
Contributors xviii

VOLUME LXII, NO. 4 (June 1973)

Spain, Past and Present Francisco José Moreno 481
The Poem in the Ear John Hollander 486
Conglomerate Mergers and Economic Concentration Richard Fishbein 507
White Racism and the Civil Rights Movement Richard Gillam 520
The War of 1812 Could Not Take Place: Henry Adams’s History Peter Shaw 544
Two Poems Thomas McNamee 557
Briar Island. Verse Louis Coxe 560
New Books in Review:
Shakespeare in Arcadia Terence Hawkes 561
Mr. Republican John M. Blum 578
Form and Feeling David J. Gordon 583
Decision-Makers Daniel Yergin 594
New Poetry: The Church of Ash Laurence Lieberman 602
Russia and Newton F. Kazemzadeh 613
A West Indian Novelist Michael Cooke 616
Pynchon’s Gravity Edward Mendelson 624
Science in Review: Gunnar Erdtman Is Dead Paul Colinvaux 631
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 636
Reader’s Guide viii-xviii
Contributors xviii

VOLUME LXIII (1973-1974)
[Reviews are entered under the author of the book reviewed and under the reviewer.]

VOLUME LXIII, NO. 1 (October 1973)

The Ambassadorship to the United Nations Chauncey G. Parker 1
The Last Yank at Oxford Charles Newman 10
Reflecting Women Patricia Meyer Spacks 26
Dependents: The Trials of Success Amélie Oksenberg Rorty 43
Elegy for George Seferis. Verse Jeanne Seferiades Tsatsos 60
Three Poems James Richardson 67
Invaders of the Fields. Story Jack Matthews 69
New Books in Review:
Believers: Some Recent Novels Martin Price 80
The Giotto of Sculpture H. W. Janson 91
Art and Economics J. M. Montias 96
Of Dr. Johnson and His Circle Frederick W. Hilles 104
New Poetry: The Muse of History Laurence Lieberman 113
Anatomies of Irish Melancholy L. P. Curtis, Jr. 137
The Actions of the 1960’s Nicolaus Mills 146
The United Nations Michael Mandelbaum 151
Science in Review: The Origin of Living Systems Arthur W. Galston 154
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 158
Reader’s Guide vi-xviii
Contributors xviii

VOLUME LXIII, NO. 2 (December 1973)

The Routinization of Crisis Government Donald L. Robinson 161
A Defense of Academic Research Thomas Mayer 175
Black Words and Black Becoming Frank D. McConnell 193
The Net of Incest E. A. Carruthers 211
The Root and the Flower, Dostoevsky and Turgenev: A Comparative Esthetic Robert Louis Jackson 228
Dreaming Bear. Verse Glover Davis 251
New Books in Review: Coleridge’s Plagiarisms Once More: A Review Essay Thomas McFarland 252
Victorians A. Dwight Culler 287
Revolution and Revolutionaries Peter Demetz 291
History in the Writing Andrew Ezergailis 296
TV: That’s the Way It is William Lee Miller 305
Literature and Myth Martin Lebhowitz 308
Science in Review: Teleos Logos Paul Colinvaux 312
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 317
Reader’s Guide vi-xxxiv
Contributors xxxiv

VOLUME LXIII, NO. 3 (March 1974)

Some Notes on Watergate and America William Lee Miller 321
The Debate over Vietnam: One Perspective David W. Levy 333
A Theory of Henry James’s Psychology Manfred Mackenzie 347
O’erdoing Termagant: An Approach to Shakespearean Mimesis Howard Felperin 372
Country Music Frederick E. Danker 392
Parricide. A Story. Translated from the Portuguese of Fernandes de Briao Joyce Carol Oates 405
Poem of the Gold Coin. Verse Frederick Morgan 413
New Books in Review:
Puritanism Edmund S. Morgan 414
The Permissive Edwardians Gordon S. Haight 416
Never-To-Be-Forgotten Florence George Martin 421
The Dream of Communication David J. Gordon 424
Artists and Revolutions Roger Shattuck 429
The Theatre of Ritual and the Theatre of Politics Alvin B. Kernan 434
Text, Theme, and Theory Jonathan Culler 439
Shakespeare Stephen J. Greenblatt 447
The Shocks of Normality Laurence Lieberman 453
Medicine: History and Theory Alfred Lars Aronson 473
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 476
Reader’s Guide v-xvi
Contributors xvii

VOLUME LXIII, NO. 4 (June 1974)

Making a Living in China Lloyd G. Reynolds 481
Travel Notes from China J. M. Montias 498
Socrates on Political Obedience and Disobedience Gregory Vlastos 517
A Mother. Story Elizabeth Graham Monk 535
Watch A Clock Closely. Verse Robert Penn Warren 545
Two Poems Brian Swann 550
New Books in Review:
Wine Froze in the Glasses Harry A. Miskimin 552
The Stuff of Fiction: Some Recent Novels Martin Price 554
Work and the System Nicolaus Mills 566
New Greek Tragedies George E. Dimock, Jr. 573
Secrets of Dark Contemplation Dewey R. Faulkner 590
The Gentleman with Style Michael Mandelbaum 599
Paul Tillich: Two Views Mary Ellmann 602
United States Foreign Policy Daniel Yergin 605
Man and Tradition: Land and Landscape Alan Trachtenberg 610
Science in Review: When the Weather Forecast Gets Good Paul Colinvaux 621
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 628
Letters and Comment: Decoration Day Warren Dwyer 633
Reader’s Guide viii-xviii
Contributors xix

VOLUME LXIV (1974-1975)
[Reviews are entered under the author of the book reviewed and under the reviewer.]

VOLUME LXIV, NO. 1 (October 1974)

The United States and Latin America: Premises for the New Administration Jerome Slater 1
Romantic Antipastoral and Urban Allegories Peter Brooks 11
The Function of Plato’s Scenes Christopher Gill 27
India and America Amrit Baruah 44
Seeing a Guru Paul R. Fleischman 61
The Detective Detected: From Sophocles to Ross MacDonald Max Byrd 72
The Hive. Verse Bink Noll 84
A Number of Rooms. Verse Philip Booth 85
Horowitz among the Lemon Trees. Verse Nicholas Rinaldi 87
New Books in Review:
Of Lord B. and Mr. S. Dewey R. Faulkner 88
Mens Insana in Corpore Insano Lowry Nelson, Jr. 93
The Great Austrian Baroque Architect Karsten Harries 102
Engels in Manchester Coral Lansbury 106
The White Flag of the Bourbons John E. Talbott 110
Strange Creatures in a Nasty World Frederick W. Hilles 113
Ordeal of a Loser David Levin 118
Science Fiction Mark Rose 122
The Limits of the Possible Douglas Knight 128
The Condition of Life Martin Lebowitz 132
Science in Review: Why the Sea Is Blue Paul Colinvaux 135
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 142
Letters and Comment: Indian Shangri-la Beatrice Witter Donovan 147
Reader’s Guide viii-xix
Contributors xix

VOLUME LXIV, NO. 2 (December 1974)

Still Living: Belfast, 1974 Patrick Grant 161
Chaplin: Charles and Charlie Michael Roemer 168
Dickens, Godard, and the Film Today Graham Petrie 185
Visconti and Renoir: Shadowplay Epi Wiese 202
On Akira Kurosawa Barbara Wolf 218
The National Institute of Education Chester E. Finn, Jr. 227
Carpet. A Story Robert L. Chibka 244
Three Poems David Slavitt 249
The Generation Before. Verse Robert Pinsky 252
The Horses. Verse F. D. Reeve 253
New Books in Review:
Urban Design Laurence B. Holland 255
Committing Critical Choices Leo Brandy 260
Flaubert, Eliot, and Others Gordon S. Haight 266
Starry Wheels and Living Forms Dewey R. Faulkner 271
William Morris Glass G. L. Mersey 275
Graphic Satire Frederick W. Hilles 279
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 282
Science in Review: The Nation States of Trees Paul Colinvaux 286
Letters and Comment: Was Socrates as Reasonable as Professor Vlastos? J. Dybikowski 293
Signs of the Times: Semiotics 1974 Lowry Nelson, Jr. 296
Reader’s Guide vi-xviii
Contributors xix

VOLUME LXIV, NO. 3 (March 1975)

Reflections on Kwame Nkrumah Theodore H. Von Laue 321
The Mistake of Aeneas George E, Dimock, Jr. 334
An Ecologist’s View of History Paul Colinvaux 357
Shakespeare’s King and Beggar Stephen J. Brown 370
The Acceleration of Prehistory in East Africa Sydney L. W. Mellen 396
Brazil: Highways and Rainforests Henry S. Kernan 408
The Fly. Verse Brian Swann 413
New Books in Review:
Two Russian Leaders Michael Mandelbaum 414
The Morality of Style Geoffrey Hartman 418
Recent Poetry: Inventions and Obsessions J. D. McClatchy 422
Our Sacred Texts, and Why Alvin B. Kernan 432
Mill’s Liberty J. E. Seigel 437
The President’s Mind Arthur Walworth 443
Formlessness Alexander Welsh 450
Agrarianism: “A Very Great Success” Cleanth Brooks 455
A Critical American Stephen J. Whitfield 459
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 463
Letters and Comment:
Faulkner and the Horses Guido Lopez 468
On “The National Institute of Education” Chester E. Finn, Jr. 477
Reader’s Guide vi-xv
Contributors xv

VOLUME LXIV, NO. 4 (June 1975)

Republicans, Democrats, and Public Policy Competence Nicholas O. Berry 481
Brutus Is an Honorable Man Alexander Welsh 496
Vis Mea Lex: Social Crisis and Political Discourse Carl A. Rubino 514
Narcissism and Social Disorder Simon Sobo 527
Three Poems, translated by Ben Belitt Manuel Durán 544
Three Poems Barry Goldensohn 546
October Spring. Verse Philip Appleman 548
Two Poems Robert Morgan 549
Two Poems Anne Hussey 551
A Cure for Death. Story Elizabeth Graham Monk 553
New Books in Review:
The New Homer C. J. Herington 568
Mishima Edwin McClellan 579
New Novels: In the Dumps Patricia Meyer Spacks 583
Letters of a Master Richard Howard 594
Old Wine in New Bottles Frederick W. Hilles 597
The Frontier of Criticism Jonathan Culler 606
The Renaissance George Martin 612
Emily Dickinson Mary Ellmann 616
Mad in Pursuit Leo Brandy 620
Collector’s Luck Lawrence Lipking 626
Multinational Corporations Richard S. Weinert 630
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 635
Reader’s Guide vi-xi
Contributors xi

VOLUME LXV (1975-1976)
[Reviews are entered under the author of the book reviewed and under the reviewer.]

VOLUME LXV, NO. 1 (October 1975)

The “Military-Industrial Complex” Muddle Jerome Slater and Terry Nardin 1
Literature and the Good Life: A Dilemma Robert C. Elliott 24
Lawrentian Stillness Leo Bersani 38
Solzhenitsyn and the Slavophiles Abbott Gleason 61
One Way To Love God. Verse Robert Perm Warren 71
The Family. Verse Theodore Weiss 73
Three Poems Tom Jones 74
New Books in Review:
News from Abroad W. K. Wimsatt 77
Reading and Misreading Jonathan Culler 88
Recent Poetry: New Designs on Life J. D. McClatchy 95
Weston’s “Thing Itself” Alan Trachtenberg 105
New Work by Dickens Alexander Welsh 115
French Revolutions John Talbott 121
Fielding Unmodernized Frederick W. Hilles 128
Unblithe Flesh, Unblithe Spirit Dewey R. Faulkner 134
Idealism, Integrity, Purity of Heart Eva S. Balogh 139
England after 1832 Thomas L. Pangle 143
Translation from the Japanese Roy Andrew Miller 146
Reflective Autobiographies Nicolaus Mills 151
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 156
Reader’s Guide vi-xv
Contributors xv

VOLUME LXV, NO. 2 (December 1975)

Kissinger Dolosus: The Domestic Politics of SALT Douglas Hallett 161
Great Expectations: Trade with Russia Daniel Yergin 175
The Birth, Death, and Re-Life of a Poet: Lucio Piccolo Helen Barolini 194
The Religious Crisis of Our Culture Louis Dupre 203
Singing Birds at Large. A Story Edith Milton 218
Emerson’s Unmoored Self James Mclntosh 232
Body Song. Verse Frederick Morgan 241
Elegy for John Berryman (IV). Verse Mark Halperin 242
New Books in Review:
Henry James, Edith Wharton Richard Howard 243
Interpretation of the Bible Alasdair Maclntyre 251
A New Utopian Novel Robert C. Elliott 256
Man the Symbol-Monger Jonathan Culler 261
Making Sense David ]. Gordon 266
Troubadors: Tropers, Finders, Inventors, Poets Lowry Nelson, Jr. 273
The Definition of California Howard R. Lamar 278
After the Moral Firestorm William Lee Miller 284
Life Comes for the Archbishop F. D. Reeve 288
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 295
Letters and Comment:
The Past as Nothing Bentz Plagemann 296
One Man’s Dr. Williams: An Appreciation James C. Neely 314
Contributors vi
Reader’s Guide vi-xv

VOLUME LXV, NO. 3 (March 1976)

Preface to an Unwritten Book Paul Morgan 321
Keeping Philosophy Pure Richard Rorty 336
The Myth of Catastrophe George Watson 357
Aristocrats and Jacobins: “The Happy Few” in The Charterhouse of Parma Eugene Goodheart 370
Consumer’s Wants. A Story Jo Neace Krause 392
Two Poems Joan Stone 400
Stanzas: The Master’s Voice. Verse Irving Feldman 402
New Books in Review:
Recent Novels: A Backward Glance Maureen Howard 404
Byron: “A Problem, Like All Things” Dewey R. Faulkner 413
Letters Schooled Her Style Gordon S. Haight 419
Recent Poetry: Eight Poets Richard Howard 425
Shakespeare as Magus, Psychiatrist, and Feminist Stephen J. Greenblatt 443
The Truth about Trollope J. Hillis Miller 450
Their Less Than Infinite Variety Mary Ellmann 455
The People’s Republic of China Michael Mandelbaum 460
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 464
Science in Review: Nuclear Power and Thermal Ecology Daniel Merriman 468
Contributors and To the Editors v
Reader’s Guide viII-xv

VOLUME LXV, NO. 4 (June 1976)

Intellectuals in the White House and American Foreign Policy Eytan Gilboa 481
Edward Taylor and Isaac Watts Donald Davie 498
Black Autobiography: Life as the Death Weapon Roger Rosenblatt 515
Only Personal: Some Functions of Fiction Patricia Meyer Spacks 528
Islands. A Story Jane Mayhall 544
Community: The Tragic Ideal Glenn Tinder 550
An Alternative Society Stan Windass 565
The Great Rail Lines. Verse Philip Pier son 577
New Books in Review:
The First World War Frederick A. Pottle 578
Colonial Virginia: Cruel Realities Robert Middlekauff 584
The Hero in Autobiography Michael G. Cooke 587
The Party of Memory, the Party of Hope Stephen J. Whitfield 593
Translation as Celebration Robert Dyer 600
Madam Secretary John Morton Blum 605
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 610
Letters and Comment:
On Being Polluted Harold Fromm 614
In Search of Hitler’s Mentor Ralph M. Engelman 629
Contributors vi
Reader’s Guide vi-xix

VOLUME LXVI (1976-1977)
[Reviews are entered under the author of the book reviewed and under the reviewer.]

VOLUME LXVI, NO. 1 (October 1976)

China’s Oil Policy King C. Chen 1
The Madness of Ahab Henry Nash Smith 14
A Law Professor’s Brief Robert Emmet Clark 33
Escape from Konigsberg John J. Beatty 55
Milton on Heroic Warfare James A. Winn 70
On the Edge of the Glacier. A Story Margaret Lamb 87
Two Poems Lois Lindblad 98
Two Poems Rosanna Warren 99
Eurydice. Verse Michael G. Cooke 101
Two Poems Alfred Corn 102
New Books in Review:
Aryanism in Victorian England G. L. Mersey 104
Recent Poetry: Mending Broken Connections Louis L. Martz 114
Response to Words Fred C. Robinson 129
Byron: The Growth/Decay of a Poet’s Mind Dewey R. Faulkner 133
Community Alexander Welsh 137
Trumbull: Politics and Pictures Jules David Prown 143
Recent Novels: Women Bearing Violence Michael G. Cooke 146
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 156
Reader’s Guide VI
Contributors vi-xv

VOLUME LXVI, NO. 2 (December 1976)

The Unlearned Lessons of Vietnam Jeffrey Race 161
The Literary Theory of William K. Wimsatt Rene Wellek 178
Pound’s Battle with Time Vincent Miller 193
Courage and Convention: The Red Badge of Courage Paul Breslin 209
The Walt Disney Robot Dramas James H. Bierman 223
Freedom and Authority William M. Dobriner 237
An Opium War. A Story Clifford Ashcom 252
Two Poems Willis Barnstone 267
Three People Reading Stevens in a Room. Verse George Bradley 268
New Books in Review:
Extending the Boundaries of Art History David Piper 269
Doctrine and Design Martin Price 272
Hawthorne and Melville David Levin 277
History and Victorian Photography Alan Trachtenberg 282
Responsibility and Freedom: John Berryman John Haffenden 296
Another Companion: German Jeffrey L. Sammons 299
Musicians in the Nineteenth Century George Martin 302
Universes of Drama Paula Johnson 306
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 312
Letters and Comment: Exiles Pat M. Can 316
Contributors vi
Reader’s Guide vi-xix

VOLUME LXVI, NO. 3 (March 1977)

Psychotherapy and Moral Culture: A Psychiatrist’s Field Report Fred A. Bloom 321
The Picture of Success Nicolaus Mills 347
Dostoyevsky and the Grand Inquisitor: A Study in Atheism Stewart R. Sutherland 364
Power to the Eloquent James Hitchcock 374
Nobody’s Special When They’re Poor Thomas J. Cattle 388
Man’s Nature. Verse A. R. Ammons 399
Big Sky, Switzerland. Verse Bruce Cutler 399
Two Poems Richard Kenney 400
Early Invitations. Verse Stephen Graves 401
The Waves. Verse Marie Borroff 403
Two Poems Brian Swann 404
Huckleberry Bald. Verse Robert Morgan 405
Nearing Palenque. Verse Tom Jones 406
New Books in Review:
Recent Poetry: Eight Poets Helen Vendler 407
The Teaching of Battle Frederick A. Pottle 424
Life Masks Patricia Meyer Spacks 432
Chasing the Detective Max Byrd 444
Romantic Bypaths Dewey R. Faulkner 449
The Blandishments of Boredom Lowry Nelson, Jr. 453
We Found It in the Movies Jacques Guicharnaud 457
Changing Criticism Mark Rose 462
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 467
Letters and Comment: Spaced Out West Stanley Pass 472
Contributors v
Reader’s Guide v-xiii

VOLUME LXVI, NO. 4 (June 1977)

Strangers Irving Howe 481
Achieving the Impossible: Thomas Mann Henry Hatfield 501
Coming of Age in Shakespeare Marjorie Garber 517
Famine Country. A Story Joyce Carol Oates 534
A Chaucerian Crux William Frost 551
An Argument for Milton’s Dalila Joyce Colony 562
Declaration, July 4. Verse Alfred Corn 576
New Books in Review:
David M. Potter Edmund S. Morgan 580
Ordinary Evenings, Unlikely Origins Harold Bloom 581
Recent Novels: Realism Redux David Thorburn 584
Interpretations of Literature Jonathan Culler 592
Ezra Pound Vincent Miller 598
Virginia Woolf Gordon S. Haight 603
Clausewitz Michael Mandelbaum 613
Two Decades Nicolaus Mills 620
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 623
Letters and Comment: Growing Up with a Past Howard A. Wilson 628
Contributors v
Reader’s Guide v-xxiii

VOLUME LXVII (1977-1978)
[Reviews are entered under the author of the book reviewed and under the reviewer.]

VOLUME LXVII, NO. 1 (Ocobter 1977)

World Affairs: A More Cheerful Perspective Bayless Manning 1
For Girls: From “Birches” to “Wild Grapes” Helen Bacon 13
“An Exemplar to Her Sex”: Richardson’s Clarissa Rachel Mayer Brownstein 30
Place and Plot in Shakespeare Alvin Kernan 48
Zoysia Grass. A Story Eleanor Clark 57
Two Poems Jay Meek 65
Two Poems Thomas Johnson 68
The Wing and the Talon. Verse Edward Locke 69
Variations on a Line. Verse J. D. McClatchy 70
Ninth Life. Verse Deborah Tall 71
New Books in Review:
Recent Poetry: Ten Poets Helen Vendler 72
The Idea of Reform A. Dwight Culler 90
H I J K L M N Fred C. Robinson 94
Soliloquy in a Chaucerian Cloister; or, Philippa Parses E. T. Donaldson 100
Signs and Images: Old Models into New Lowry Nelson, Jr. 106
The Knotty Problems of Correggio’s Art Edmund P. Pillsbury 115
The American Sublime Vincent Miller 121
Spenser: Root of the Visionary Line A. Bartlett Giamatti 124
Five Lives Mary Ellmann 128
Common Sense and Wit in Historiography Donald Kagan 135
Affairs of Honor Alexander Welsh 139
Roots as Placebo Michael G. Cooke 144
Genius Loci Morton Lustig 147
Studies of Women Helene Moglen 150
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 157
Contributors vi
Reader’s Guide vi-xv

VOLUME LXVII, NO. 2 (December 1977)

The Tolstoyans Alexandra Tolstoy 161
Naming, Being, and Black Experience Michael G. Cooke 167
Whitman’s Democratic Vistas and the New “Ethnicity” Louise M. Rosenblatt 187
Who Is Who, and When Will We Be Real? A Story Jack Matthews 205
The Triple Vision: Dostoevsky’s “The Peasant Marey” Robert Louis Jackson 225
The Great Martin Luther Spoof, or, Philological Limits to Knowledge H. G. Haile 236
Shimoda: The Lava Shores. Verse Laurence Lieberman 247
Risings. Verse Starry Schor 249
New Books in Review:
A Universe of Meanings Thomas M. Greene 251
Metaphor and Metonymy Martin Price 254
Seven Recent Novels Edith Milton 260
Psychohistory of Edmund Burke Frank Brady 271
Trollope’s Greatness J. Hillis Miller 276
A New Interpretation of Meister Eckhart Louis Dupré 280
The Decline Before the Fall J. F. Gilliam 283
The Period of Cold War Thomas L. Pangle 289
The Shift into Inwardness Donald Evans 292
The Beginnings of Agriculture Peter Dorner 296
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 302
Letters and Comment: Do Cats Eat Bats? Patricia Meyer Spacks 307
Contributors v
Reader’s Guide viii-xv

VOLUME LXVII, NO. 3 (March 1978)

Eurocommunism Roy C. Macridis 321
P. T. Barnum: Games and Hoaxing John Dizikes 338
Mothers and Fathers in Blake’s Songs of Innocence Michele Leiss Stepto 357
The Death of the Kenyan Review. A Story Rae Jolene Smith 371
Freud, Orwell, and the Bourgeois Interior David Kubal 389
Inside Narcissus Richard Stern 404
Two Poems Robert Penn Warren 418
Aeneas to His Father. Verse Saul Benjamin 420
Two Poems Charles Frey 421
Messages. Verse Mary Oliver 423
New Books in Review:
In Praise of Learning Max Byrd 424
Lives of the Poets J. D. McClatchy 431
Late and Later Romantics Dewey R. Faulkner 440
The Physiologist-Humanist Tradition Paul Colinvaux 447
Poetry: The Personal Vision Grace Schulman 451
Unofficial Soviet Art Elizabeth Gillette Jackson 454
Parodic Parallels of Parabolic Plants Lowry Nelson, Jr. 453
Allen Tate as Precursor Richard Howard 462
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 465
Letters and Comment: Possum Pastoral Edward Mendelson 470
Contributors v
Reader’s Guide vi-xi

VOLUME LXVII, NO. 4 (June 1978)

Strategic Decision Making: Vietnam, 1965-1968 Harvey A. DeWeerd 481
Pope: The Shape of the Man in His Work Maynard Mack 493
More, Role-Playing, and Utopia Stephen J. Greenblatt 517
Give Brother My Best. A Story Rebecca Kavaler 537
Pynchon as Satirist: To Write, To Mean Alfred Mac Adam 555
The Five Elemental Voices. Verse James Merrill 567
Two Poems E. M. Schorb 571
New Books in Review:
Most of Us, Johnson, and Others Lawrence Lipking 572
A Web of Words Fred C. Robinson 578
Sidgwick, A Subtle Reasoner Brand Blanshard 585
The Middle Way and the Middle Class Charles Feidelson 589
Seven Recent Novels Mary Ellmann 592
Abortion, Birth Control, and American Public Policy Nancy F. Colt 600
A Pure and Complex Writer Michael G. Cooke 605
Another Auden Frank Kermode 609
An Anglo-Irish Novelist Alfred Com 615
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 622
Letters and Comment: Yale: Reflections on Class in New Haven Lynda M. demon 627
Contributors v
Reader’s Guide vi-xii

VOLUME LXVIII (1970-1971)
[Reviews are entered under the author of the book reviewed and under the reviewer.]

VOLUME LXVIII, NO. 1 (October 1978)

L’Union de la Gauche: Looking Back on the French Elections William Adams 1
Why Presidential Libraries? Lester J. Cappon 11
Land of Limited Possibilities: America in the Nineteenth-Century German Novel Jeffrey Summons 35
Babbitt Revisited Hoke Norris 53
Taine and Saussure Hans Aarsleff 71
Atlantis. Verse Judith Kroll 82
New Books in Review:
Recent Poetry: Six Poets Stephen Yenser 83
Dreams of Ease George E. Dimock, Jr. 102
Kipling, Forster, and the Anglo-Indian Dilemma A. Dwight Culler 110
Who Are These Murphys, Molloys, and Malones? David J. Gordon 114
The Critics’ Use of Shakespeare George K. Hunter 118
Novels and Letters of Dickens Alexander Welsh 123
Forgiven for Fame Dewey R. Faulkner 130
Remembering Pasternak Victor Erlich 133
Art in Transition:
The Russian Avant-Garde Elizabeth Gillette Jackson 141
Beyond Yoknapatawpha Joseph Blotner 145
Aspects of Athens William G. Thalmann 148
Toys of Fortune: The Picaro in Fiction David Kirby 153
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 156
Contributors v
Reader’s Guide vi-xv

VOLUME LXVIII, NO. 2 (December 1978)

Vietnam: A Unique American Experience Russell H. Fifield 161
The Larger Connection: The Communal Vision in D. H. Lawrence Alice Bloom 176
About-Face in Africa: The Return to Civilian Rule in Nigeria Donald L. Horowitz 192
Codes of Honor. A Story Edith Milton 207
Reading Between the Genres: Dostoevsky’s Diary of a Writer as Metafiction Gary Saul Morson 224
A Literature Without Qualities: American Writing Since 1945 Warner Berthoff 235
Two Poems Elizabeth Spires 255
Two Poems Tom Jones 256
Alfresco. Verse Dick Allen 259
The Tattooer. Verse Mary Kinzie 261
New Books in Review: Before Disneyland Alexander Welsh 262
Now That It’s Past Let’s Call It Modernism Lowry Nelson, Jr. 266
The Social Security of Masonry David Brion Davis 271
Pater’s Inner Life Brand Blanshard 273
English Country Houses and Public Schools Gordon S. Haight 279
Various Views of Thomas Hardy James R. Kincaid 284
A Study of Marvell George deF. Lord 292
Homer’s World Catherine Campbell Rhorer 295
Male Translated Walter Cahn 301
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 304
Letters and Comment: Language: Constantinople to Istanbul Elizabeth Roget 309
Contributors v
Reader’s Guide vi

VOLUME LXVIII, NO. 3 (March 1979)

Introduction to “Byron and Mr. Briggs” Edward A. Hungerford 321
Byron and Mr. Briggs Virginia Woolf 325
Psychiatric Help 5¢: Psychoanalysis and the Psychotherapies of Liberation Fred Bloom and Alice Bloom 350
Foreign Students and the American Dream Eisuke Suzuki 369
Petrarch and the English George Watson 383
Landscape. Verse Margaret Smith 394
Two Poems Tom McKeown 396
Late Autumn Walk. Verse J. D. McClatchy 398
New Books in Review:
Fishing by Obstinate Isles: Five Poets Alfred Corn 400
Benjamin’s Second Coming Lawrence Lipking 410
Some Versions of Picturesque Martin Price 417
Clothes in Life and Clothes in Art Quentin Bell 422
Happy Marriages Patricia Meyer Spacks 427
Eight Recent Novels Maureen Howard 432
Puns and Pictures Eugene M. Waith 442
Literary Activity in France Georges May 447
Norwegian Immigration Jeffrey L. Sammons 452
Shakespeare Garrett Stewart 453
Outside China Roy Andrew Miller 460
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 476
Contributors v
Reader’s Guide vi

VOLUME LXVIII, NO. 4 (June 1979)

Afrikaner Nationalism and the Plight of South Africa Leon Gordenker 481
Showing and Saying: Wittgenstein’s Mystical Realism Adrian Kuzminski 500
Landscape, with Bertie. A Story Joan Maxwell Alvarez 519
Three Poems Robert Penn Warren 540
Four Poems Rosanna Warren 544
Approaching the Rumor of Your Childhood. Verse Kristina McGrath 547
Bread. Verse Brian Swann 548
The Urban Challenge Stanley W. Beetham 549
New Books in Review:
Recent Poetry: Five Poets Stephen Yenser 557
One World, Divisible Thomas M. Greene 577
Wagner: His Wife, His Life, His Art Kenneth Connelly 581
The Secrets of George Eliot Alexander Welsh 589
The Idea of Equality Edmund S. Morgan 597
A New Myth of America Philip F. Gura 601
Literary Critics and Shifters Lowry Nelson, Jr. 604
The Harmony of Mind and Body Max Byrd 612
The Architect of Baroque Rome Robert T. Petersson 618
A New Onegin J. D. McClatchy 623
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 629
Letters and Comment: Dueling Guitars Bruce Berger 634
Contributors v
Reader’s Guide vi

VOLUME LXIX (1979-1980)
[Reviews are entered under the author of the book reviewed and under the reviewer.]

VOLUME LXIX, NO. 1 (October 1979)

A Tribute Cleanth Brooks ii
Congress and President: The Balance Wheels of American Foreign Policy Alton Frye 1
Rossetti’s “Jenny”: A Realist Altarpiece G. L. Hersey 17
The Idea of Historical Progress in Marx and Marxism Louis Dupre 33
Shelley, Scrope Davies, and Shelley’s Lost 1816 Notebook Dewey R. Faulkner 44
Ancient Imagination and Seismic Disruption Michael N. Shute 55
Herman Melville: State, Civil Society, and the American 1848 Michael Rogin 72
New Books in Review: Looking Backward: Six Novels Edith Milton 89
Scenery and Society Martin Price 103
C. L. Dodgson, Lewis Carroll, and Letters to Little Girls A. Dwight Culler 108
Women of Letters: Virginia Woolf and Mary Wollstonecraft Gordon S. Haight 112
Biography Frank Brady 118
“And That’s True Too”: New Criticism of Shakespeare Alvin B. Kernan 124
Solar and Poetic Energies Lowry Nelson, Jr. 128
The Pleasures of Exile Dewey R. Faulkner 132
Homo Sapiens L. L. Larison Cudmore 135
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 139
Letters and Comment: My World with Louis Armstrong Charles L. Black, Jr. 145
Roosevelt High School Class of 1942 Wendell Bell 151
Contributors v
Reader’s Guide vii

VOLUME LXIX, NO. 2 (December 1979)

Freedom of Expression, The Strange Imperative Glenn Tinder 161
The Sense of Punctuation Alan Helms 177
Constable and the Art of Looking Ronald Hayman 197
Casting the Self: Keats and Lamia Donald Pearce 212
Tact, or Hamlet’s Bastards Michael L. Magie 234
Two Poems Michael G. Cooke 256
Two Poems Peter Fellowes 258
Two Poems James K. Bouien 259
Masks. Verse Brian Swann 261
New Books in Review: Phantom Defenders Leon Lipson 263
New Questions Patricia Meyer Spacks 266
Epimenides at the Computer Ignatius G, Mattingly 270
On Worldmaking Richard Rorty 276
American Literature Revisited Laurence B. Holland 279
Byron: The Pisan Letters Dewey R. Faulkner 285
Recent Criticism: Traditions of Individual Talent J. D. McClatchy 288
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 297
Letters and Comment: Prospect and Retrospect Rene Wellek 301
Erich Auerbach: Memoir of a Scholar Lowry Nelson, Jr. 312
Contributors v
Reader’s Guide vi

VOLUME LXIX, NO. 3 (March 1980)

Knowledge, Patience, and Faust D. Z. Phillips 321
A Chancy Business, This Constitution Richard Thomas Tench 342
Landscape of Relationships: The Vision of Cezanne Ronald Hayman 357
Ibsen’s Doll House: A Myth for Our Time Elaine Hoffman Baruch 374
Lela. A Story Wendell Carl Murray 388
E. M. Forster’s Second War Donald Watt 401
Attitudes to Modern Architecture in Post-Modern Criticism Michael Hollander 411
The Achievement of Edmund Spenser C. A. Patrides 427
Elegy Spoken to a Tree. Verse Dennis Hinrichsen 444
Leaving a Cocktail Party. Verse James Cole 445
New Books in Review: Dimensions of the “Energy Crisis” Leroy C. Gould 446
A Life of Letters Richard H. Brodhead 451
Clifford’s Johnson Frederick A. Pottle 456
Russian Encounters Alfred Corn 459
Heroes, Purposes, and Villains Richard Howard 466
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 469
Letters and Comment: Saint Gerard Manley Hopkins? Norman White 473
Contributors v
Reader’s Guide vi

VOLUME LXIX, NO. 4 (June 1980)

The Task of Hamlet Alexander Welsh 481
Irony, Inference, and Critical Uncertainty Fredric V. Bogel 503
The Pact with the Devil Harold Fisch 520
Faces Berel Lang 533
Identification and Its Vicissitudes: The Narrative Structure of Ezra Pound’s Cantos Michael Andre Bernstein 540
The Progress of Peace. Verse Alfred Corn 557
The Phantom Helen. Verse Martha Bacon 558
New Books in Review: Taking It As Read Terence Hawkes 560
Reason and the Moral Imagination John Hollander 577
First Families Lewis A. Coser 583
Women Artists Mary Price 588
Jean Rhys in Fact and Fiction Phyllis Rose 596
New Records in Review B. H. Haggin 602
Letters and Comment: The Journey Sylvia Saidlower Schonfeld 607
Trial Lecture Joyce King 621
Contributors v
Reader’s Guide vii