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Printed Essays & Periodical Articles on Library Reserve

 

 

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  Ask for essays and articles which are "on reserve" at the Doyle Library Reserve Desk (fourth floor) or the Mahoney Library Circulation Desk.
   
 

Essays & Periodical Articles

Arac, Jonathan. “Revisiting Huck: Idol and Target.Mark Twain Annual 3 (2005): 9-12.On reserve. Doyle and Mahoney Libraries

Arac, Jonathan. “Why Does No One Care about the Aesthetic Value of Huckleberry Finn?New Literary History: A Journal of Theory and Interpretation 30.4 (1999): 769-84.On reserve. Doyle and Mahoney Libraries

Bennett, Jonathan. “The Conscience of Huckleberry Finn.” 1974. The Moral Life. Ed. Louis J. Pojman. N.p.: Oxford University Press, 2000. 440-56.On reserve. Doyle and Mahoney Libraries

Bercovitch, Sacvan. “Deadpan Huck: Or, What’s Funny about Interpretation.Kenyon Review 24.3-4 (2002): 90-134.On reserve. Doyle and Mahoney Libraries

Bercovitch, Sacvan. “What’s Funny About Huckleberry Finn.New England Review: Middlebury Series 20.1 (1999): 8-28.On reserve. Doyle and Mahoney Libraries

Bollinger, Laurel. “Say It, Jim: The Morality of Connection in Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.College Literature 29.1 (2002): 32-52.On reserve. Doyle and Mahoney Libraries

Cable, George Washington. “The Freedman’s Case In Equity.The Century Magazine Jan. 1885. EText Scholars’ Lab. 2007. The University Of Virginia Library. 15 Aug. 2008 <http://etext.virginia.edu/‌railton/‌huckfinn/‌hfequity.html>.On reserve. Doyle and Mahoney Libraries

Dawson, Hugh J. “The Ethnicity of Huck Finn-and the Difference It Makes.American Literary Realism 30.2 (1998): 1-16.On reserve. Doyle and Mahoney Libraries

Doyno, Victor A. “Huck’s and Jim’s Dynamic Interactions: Dialogues, Ethics, Empathy, Respect.Mark Twain Annual 1 (2003): 19-29.On reserve. Doyle and Mahoney Libraries

Fishkin, Shelley Fisher. “Race and the Politics of Memory: Mark Twain and Paul Lawrence Dunbar.Journal of American Studies 40.2 (2006): 283-309.On reserve. Doyle and Mahoney Libraries

French, William C. “Character and Cruelty in Huckleberry Finn: Why the Ending Works.Soundings: An Interdisciplinary Journal 81.1-2 (1998 ): 157-79.On reserve. Doyle and Mahoney Libraries

Giles, Todd. “ ‘That Night We Had Our Show’: Twain and Audience.American Literary Realism 37.1 (2004): 50-58.On reserve. Doyle and Mahoney Libraries

Gollin, Richard and Rita Gollin. " 'Huckleberry Finn' and the Time of the Evasion." Modern Language Studies 9.2 (1979): 5-15. Online

Holland, Laurence B. “A ‘Raft Of Trouble’: Word And Deed In Huckleberry Finn.Glyph 5 (1979): 69-87.On reserve. Doyle and Mahoney Libraries

Howard, Douglas L. “Silencing Huck Finn.Chronicle of Higher Education 6 Aug. 2004: C1+.On reserve. Doyle and Mahoney Libraries

Jackson, Jackie Watts. “Can We Still Teach Huckleberry Finn?Louisiana English Journal ns 6.1 (1999): 78-80.On reserve. Doyle and Mahoney Libraries

Jackson, Robert. “The Emergence of Mark Twain’s Missouri: Regional Theory and Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.Southern Literary Journal 35.1 (2002): 47-69.On reserve. Doyle and Mahoney Libraries

Kaye, Frances W. “Race and Reading: The Burden of Huckleberry Finn.Canadian Review of American Studies/Revue Canadienne d’Etudes Américaines  29.1 (1999): 13-48.On reserve. Doyle and Mahoney Libraries

Leonard, James S. “Racial Objections to Huckleberry Finn.Essays in Arts and Sciences 30 (2001): 77-82.On reserve. Doyle and Mahoney Libraries

Lowenherz, Robert J. "The Beginning of 'Huckleberry Finn'." American Speech 38.3 (1963) 196-201. Online

Margolis, Stacey. “Huckleberry Finn: Or, Consequences.PMLA: Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 116.2 (2001): 329-34.On reserve. Doyle and Mahoney Libraries

O’Loughlin, Jim. “The Whiteness of Bone: Russell Banks’ Rule of the Bone and the Contradictory Legacy of Huckleberry Finn.Modern Language Studies 32.1 (2002): 31-42.On reserve. Doyle and Mahoney Libraries

Pardo García, Pedro Javier. “Huckleberry Finn as a Crossroad of Myths: The Adamic, the Quixotic, the Picaresque, and the Problem of the Ending.Links and Letters 8 (2001): 61-70.On reserve. Doyle and Mahoney Libraries

Pinsker, Sanford. “Huckleberry Finn and the Problem of Freedom.Virginia Quarterly Review: A National Journal of Literature and Discussion 77.4 (2001): 642-49.On reserve. Doyle and Mahoney Libraries

Railton, Stephen. “The Tragedy of Mark Twain, by Pudd’nhead Wilson.Nineteenth-Century Literature 56.4 (2002): 518-44.On reserve. Doyle and Mahoney Libraries

Smiley, Jane. “Say it Ain’t So, Huck: Second Thoughts On Mark Twain’s ‘Masterpiece.’ Harper’s Magazine Jan. 1996: 61-67.On reserve. Doyle and Mahoney Libraries

Stout, Janis P. “Katherine Anne Porter and Mark Twain at the Circus.Southern Quarterly: A Journal of the Arts in the South 36.3 (1998 ): 113-23.On reserve. Doyle and Mahoney Libraries

Trilling, Lionel. “A Community of Saints: Huckleberry Finn: 1948.American Educator 26.3 (2002): 30+.On reserve. Doyle and Mahoney Libraries

Wonham, Henry B. “ ‘I Want a Real Coon’: Mark Twain and Late-Nineteenth-Century Ethnic Caricature.American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography  72.1 (2000): 117-52.

Woodard, Fredrick and Donnarae MacCann. "Huckleberry Finn and the Traditions of Blackface Minstrelsy." The Black American in Books for Children. Eds. Donnerarae MacCann and Gloria Woodard. Metuchen, N.J. Scarecrow, 1985. 75-103. On reserve. Doyle and Mahoney Libraries

 

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