10.1- 14.3 (Spring 1982)

Volume 14.2 (Spring 1982)

Articles

  • Fred S. Heuman, “Some Major Biblical Sources in Thomas Mann’s Joseph Tetralogy”
  • Vincent B. Sherry, Jr., “A New Boast for In Parenthesis: The Dramatic Monology of David Jones”
  • John Matthias, “David Jones: Letters to H. S. Ede”
  • Brother George Klawitter, CSC, “A New David Jones Letter”

Book Reviews

  • Marjorie Schreiber Kinsey on Paul Hills with Nicolete Gray, David Jones
  • Cornel West on Hans W. Frei, The Eclipse of Biblical Narrative: A Study in Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Hermeneutics
  • Jonathan A. Glenn on Richard Kenneth Emmerson, Antichrist in the Middle Ages: A Study in Medieval Apocalypticism, Art, and Literature
  • Kerry J. Koller on Henning Fenger, Kierkegaard, The Myths and Their Origins

Volume 14.1 (Winter 1982)

Articles

  • W. Richard Comstock, “Religion, Literature, and Religious Studies: A Sketch of Their Modal Connections”
  • Frances M. Malpezz, “The Feast of the Circumcision: The Return to Sacred Time in Herrick’s Noble Numbers
  • William Shullenberger, “Christ as Metaphor: Figural Instruction in Milton’s Nativity Ode”
  • G. Farrell Lee, “Grotesque and the Demonism of Silence: Beckett’s Endgame

Book Reviews

  • Paul John Eakin on William C. Spengemann, The Forms of Autobiography: Episodes in the History of a Literary Genre
  • Walter R. Davis on John R. Knott, Jr., The Sword of the Spirit: Puritan Responses to the Bible
  • Lawrence Rosenwald​​​​​​​ on Sargent Bush, Jr., The Writings of Thomas Hooker: Spiritual Adventure in Two Worlds
     

Volume 13.3 (Summer 1981)

Articles

  • M.H. Abrams, “Kant and the Theology of Art”
  • Felicia Bonaparte, “_Middlemarch_: The Genesis of Myth in the English Novel: The Relationship Between Literary Form and the Modern Predicament”
  • Kenneth Burke, “Variations on ‘Providence’”
  • Mark Searle, “Liturgy and Metaphor”​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Volume 13.1 (Autumn 1980)

Articles

  • Richard Giannone, “Willa Cather as Psalmist”
  • William F. Lynch, SJ, “The Drama of the Mind. An Ontology of the Imagination”
  • Thomas J. Morrissey, “The Self and the Meditative Tradition in Donne’s Devotions
  • G. Douglas Atkins, “J. Hillis Miller, Deconstruction, and the Recovery of Transcendence”

Book Reviews

  • Thomas R. Whitaker on Alla Bozarth-Campbell, The Word’s Body: An Incarnational Aesthetic of Interpretation
  • Michael Kramer on James Dougherty, The Fivesquare City: The City in the Religious Imagination
  • Matei Calinescu on Mircea Eliade, The Old Man and the Bureaucrats: A Novella

Volume 12.2 (April 1980)

Articles

  • J. Hillis Miller, “Wuthering Heights and the Ellipses of Interpretation”
  • Walter R. Davis, “Homily and Poem: Doctrine and Form”
  • Nicholas Wolterstorff, “Was Macduff of Woman Born? The Ontology of Characters”
  • Thomas Werge, “Dante’s Ulysses and Ahab’s Voyage: The Angelic Imagination in the Literal World”​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Volume 12.1 (October 1979)

Articles

  • John Gatta, Jr., “Edward Taylor and Thomas Hooker: Two Physicians of The Poore Doubting Soul”
  • Joseph A. Longo, “Under the Volcano: Geoffrey Firmin’s Tragic Epiphany”
  • James E. Robinson, “King Lear and the Space Between”
  • Herbert Mason, “Excerpt from The Death of al-Hallaj” (Introduction by David Burrell, CSC)

Book Reviews

  • John J. McDonald on Giles Gunn, The Interpretation of Otherness: Literature, Religion, and the American Imagination
  • Elizabeth Sewell on William Blake, Milton and The Book of Urizen
  • J. Hillis Miller on Felicia Bonaparte, The Triptych and the Cross: The Central Myth of George Eliot’s Poetic Imagination

Volume 11.2 (April 1979)

Articles

  • David G. Roskies, “The Pogrom Poem and the Literature of Destruction”
  • Henryk Grynberg, “The Holocaust in Polish Literature”
  • Judith Baskin, “The Rabbinic Transformation of Rahab the Harlot”

Book Reviews

  • Hana Wirth-Nesher​​​​​​​ on Irving Howe and Ruth Wisse, eds., The Best of Sholom Aleichem
  • Joyce Field on Sol Gittleman, From Shtetl to Suburbia: The Family in Jewish Literary Imagination
  • Janice Friedman on Leslie Epstein, King of the Jews
  • Elliot D. Rosenstock​​​​​​​ on Alvin H. Rosenfeld and Irving Greenberg, eds., Confronting the Holocaust: The Impact of Elie Wiesel
  • Bonnie Lyons on Bernard Malamud, Dubin’s Lives

Volume 11.1 (October 1978)

Articles

  • Virginia F. Randall, “The Mandala as Structure in Thomas Merton’s The Geography of Lograire
  • Guy Rotella, “Evil, Goodness, and Grace in Warren’s Audobon: A Vision
  • Byron L. Sherwin, “Jewish Messianism and Elie Weisel”
  • Joseph Anthony Mazzeo, “Fallen Man: Forbidden Knowledge, Forgotten Knowledge”

Book Reviews

  • Robert McAfee Brown​​​​​​​ on Elie Weisel, Four Hasidic Masters and Their Struggle Against Melancholy
  • Elena Malits, CSC on Thomas Merton, Collected Poems
  • Thomas R. Whitaker on David Jones, The Dying Gaul and Other Writings