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Article Title

Book Reviews

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Book Review

Abstract

Charles Olson: Call Him Ishmael (Paul Christensen) (Reviewed by Marjorie Perloff, University of Southern California)

Charles Olson: The Scholar's Art (Robert von Hallberg) (Reviewed by Marjorie Perloff, University of Southern California)

Olson's Push: Origin, Black Mountain and Recent American Poetry (Sherman Paul) (Reviewed by Marjorie Perloff, University of Southern California)

The Act of Reading: A Theory of Aesthetic Response (Wolfgang Iser) (Reviewed by Wallace Martin, University of Toledo)

The Failure of Criticism (Eugene Goodheart) (Reviewed by Michael Grimaud, Wellesley College)

What is Literature? (Paul Hernadi) (Reviewed by Michael Grimaud, Wellesley College)

The Sceptical Vision of Moliere (Robert McBride) (Reviewed by Laurence Romero, Villanova University)

Woman Triumphant: Feminism in French Literature 1610-1652 (Ian Maclean) (Reviewed by Laurence Romero, Villanova University)

The Subterfuge of Art, Language and the Romantic Tradition (Michael Ragussis) (Reviewed by Peter J. Manning, University of Southern California)

Dickens and Phiz (Michael Steig) (Reviewed by Judith Wilt, Boston College)

Dickens and Charity (Norris Pope) (Reviewed by Judith Wilt, Boston College)

Nikolai Leskov: The Man and His Art (Hugh McLean) (Reviewed by Thomas Eekman, University of California, Los Angeles)

Always Merry and Bright: The Life of Henry Miller, "An Unauthorized Biography" (Jay Martin) (Reviewed by Kingsley Widmer, San Diego State University)

Mindscreen: Bergman, Godard, and First-Person Film (Bruce F. Kawin) (Reviewed by Joseph A. Gomez, Wayne State University)

Script Into Performance: A Structuralist View of Play Production (Richard Hornby) (Reviewed by William I. Oliver, University of California, Berkeley)

Anatomies of Egotism: A Reading of the Last Novels of H. G. Wells (Robert Bloom) (Reviewed by John R. Reed, Wayne State University)

Melville's Short Fiction, 1853-1856 (William B. Dillingham) (Reviewed by Henry Golemba, Wayne State University)

Jack London: The Man, The Writer, The Rebel (Robert Baltrop) (Reviewed by Colin Cass, Wayne State University)

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