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Q/W/E/R/T/Y 9 (Oct. 1999): SHAKESPEARE, The SPECTATOR, DICKENS, CATHER, CARVER,HUGHES, ISHIGURO, WOLLSTONECRAFT, "MANIFEST DESTINY" Bertrand Rouge´



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                           **TABLE OF CONTENTS**
                              (October 1999)
                             338 pages, 210FF

                  ISBN 2-908930-55-2 / ISSN 1169-2111


**WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE**

- Louise HO (The Chinese University of Hong Kong): "How 'Real' is Richard
III and does it matter?"

- Lisa HOPKINS (School of Cultural Studies, Sheffield Hallam University):
"Now by Saint Paul": Richard III's Constituency"

- Romuald Ian LAKOWSKI (University of British Columbia):  "From History to
Myth: The Misogyny of Richard III in More's History and Shakespeare's Play"

- Richard MADELAINE (University of New South Wales): "'Who Intercepts Me in
My Expeditions?': The Structural Function of The Boy-Actors' Roles in
Richard III"

- Elizabeth OAKES (Western Kentucky University): "Dramatic and Competitive
Intertextuality in the Wooing Scene in Richard III"


**THE SPECTATOR**

- Serge SOUPEL (Universite de Paris III - Sorbonne Nouvelle): "Notes sur
quelques inconsequenses dans The Spectator: les paradoxes du binaire chez
Joseph Addison".


**CHARLES DICKENS**

- Sheila BENSON: "A Levinasian Reading of Miss Havisham: Learning to accept
responsibility for the other"

- Michael HOLLINGTON (Universite de Toulouse-Le Mirail): "Wemmick's Pig:
Notes on the Recycling Economies of Great Expectations"

- Tore REM (Christ Church, Oxford): "Pip's Marshes and Wemming's Castle:
Nature in Dickens"

- Edgar ROSENBERG (Cornell University): "Towards Great Expectations: From
Notebook to Novel"

- Edgar ROSENBERG (Cornell University): "'Murder''Shot!' 'Drowned!': A Note
on Dickens's Descriptive Headlines"

- Paul SHEEHAN (Birkbeck College): "Marx, Money, and Monstrosity in Great
Expectations"

- Sara THORNTON (Universite de Paris VII - Denis Diderot): "The Burning of
Miss Havisham: Dickens, Fire and the 'Fire-Baptism'"

**WILLA CATHER**

- Ruth DERKSEN (Simon Fraser University): "'Other Ways of Telling'": An
Exploration of Orality & Literacy in Death comes for the Archibishop"

- Françoise PALLEAU-PAPIN (Universite François Rabelais - Tours):
"Figuration et figural dans Death comes for the Archibishop"


**RAYMOND CARVER**

- Emmanuelle DELANOE-BRUN (Universite de Paris VII - Denis Diderot),
  Marie LE GRIX DE LA SALLE (Universite de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour):
  "Altman lecteur de Carver: le contournement ironique"

- Mark A. R. FACKNITZ (James Madison University): "One More Reason We Can't
Stop Tugging over Raymond Carver's Body"

- Claire MANIEZ (Universite de Metz): "What's in a Title? au seuil des
nouvelles de Raymond Carver"

- Randolph Paul RUNYON (Miami University - Oxford, Ohio): "Altman's Short
Cuts: Three Unacknowledged Sources"

- Harold SCHWEIZER (Bucknell University): "Robert Altman's Short Cuts: a
Phenomenology of reading"

- Tess GALLAGHER (Sky House, Port Angeles, Washington): "Not Translation,
but Translatability: Carver to Altman/Story to Film (Responding to Harold
Schweizer's 'Phenomenology of reading')"

- Aaron SMITH (Universite de Pau & des Pays de l'Adour) "Raymond Carver,
Postmoderniste recalcitrant"


**TED HUGHES**

- Claas KAZZER (Universitat Leipzig): "Difficulties of a Bridegroom"

- Neil ROBERTS (University of Sheffield): "Hughes, the Laureateship and
National Identity"


**KAZUO ISHIGURO**

- Emilienne BANETH-NOUAILHETAS (Universite de Paris III-Sorbonne
Nouvelle.): "The Hazards of Uttering WitticismŠ ou les dangers de l'humour
dans The Remains of the Day"

- Karl E. JIRGENS (Laurentian University): "Narrator Resartus: Palimpsestic
Revelations in Kazuo Ishiguro's The Remains of the Day"

- Didier MACHU (Universite de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour): "Stevens,
comedien, officier et paladin"

- Rebecca SUTER: "'We're like Butlers':  Interculturality, Memory and
Responsibility in Kazuo Ishiguro's The Remains of the Day"

- Andrew TEVERSON (Westminster University): "Acts of Reading in Kazuo
Ishiguro's The Remains of the Day"

- Ben WINSWORTH (Universite d'Orleans): "Communicating and not
Communicating: the True and False in The Remains of the Day"


**MARY WOLLSTONECRAFT**

- Martine SPENSKY (Universite Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand II ): "Mary
Wollstonecraft, la 'citoyenne paradoxale' et la passion pour la justice"

- Ashley TAUCHERT (University of Exeter): "The Union of the Sexes: female
Embodiment and Same Sex Desire in Mary Wollstonecraft's Vindication of the
Rights of Woman (1790)"


**THE UNITED STATES' "MANIFEST DESTINY," XIXth CENTURY**

- Brad CARTWRIGHT (University of Colorado at Boulder): "Reconsidering Race
and Manifest Destiny: John O'Sullivan, Young America and Pan-Ethnic
Expansion in the 1840s"

- Mark NIEMEYER (Universite Paris IV-Sorbonne): "Manifest Destiny and
Melville's Moby Dick, or Enlightenment Universalism and Aggressive
Nineteenth-Century Expansionism in a National Text"

- Philippe GOUVET (Universite de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour): "Destinée
manifeste: le double tranchant de la hache"

- Marie-Jeanne ROSSIGNOL (Universite Paris VII): "Des Pères Pèlerins à la
guerre du Vietnam: l'historiographie récente de 'manifest destiny' aux
états-unis"

- Naomi WULF (Universite Paris XII-Val de Marne): "John O'Sullivan, The
United States and Democratic Review et la mission démocratique des
Etats-Unis avant 1845"

Bertrand Rouge
Universite de Pau
France