VOLUME VIII

 

Volume VIII, 1995-1996: Special issue on Anna Karenina

 

TITLE PAGES

 

CONTENTS

 

FROM THE EDITOR

Charles Isenberg

 

CRITICISM

​Allowable Passions in Anna Karenina

David Herman

 

The Drawing and the Grease Spot: Creativity and Interpretation in Anna Karenina

Svetlana Evdokimova

 

Illustrate and Condemn: The Phenomenology of Vision in Anna Karenina

Amy Mandelker

 

Mimesis and Moral Education in Anna Karenina

Gina Kovarsky

 

The Estates of Pokrovskoe and Vosdvizhenskoe: Tolsty's Labyrinth of Linkings in Anna Karenina

Liza Knapp

 

Anna Incommunicada: Language and Consciousness in Anna Karenina

Justin Weir

 

Anna Karenina and Don Giovanni: The Vengeance Motif in Oblonsky's Dream

Ian Saylor

 

Some Observations on Stiva's Dream

James Rice

 

TRANSLATION

​Reading Anna in Parts

William Mills Todd III​

 

ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION

​Framing Anna Karenina: Tolstoy, the Woman Question, and the Victorian Novel Amy Mandelker

Caryl Emerson

Charles Isenberg

Donna Orwin

 

Reply

Professor Mandelker

 

BOOK REVIEW

​Narrative and Freedom: The Shadows of Time. Gary Saul Morson

Hana Jurg Rindisbacher, Larissa Rudova

 

CRITICAL DIALOGUE

​Prosaics in Anna Karenina: Pro and Con

Caryl Emerson

 

Poetic Justice, False Listening, and Falling in Love, Or, Why Anna Refuses a Divorce

Gary Saul Morson

 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC ABSTRACTS

Harold K. Schefield

 

STYLE GUIDE AND INFORMATION FOR AUTHORS

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