Bibliography of Ihab Hassan: 2005

  1. Books:

    1. Radical Innocence: Studies in the Contemporary American Novel. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1961. Paperback editions: Harper & Row, 1966; Princeton Paperbacks, 1971. Japanese translation by Iwao Iwamoto. Tokyo: Shinchosha, 1972. Korean translation by Kah-Hyung Lee. Seoul: Sisa Young-a Sa, 1966.

    2. Crise du héros américain contemporain. Paris: Lettres Modernes, 1963.

    3. The Literature of Silence: Henry Miller and Samuel Beckett. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1967. Hardcover and paperback editions. Japanese translation by Kenji Inoue. Tokyo: Kenkyushu, 1973.

    4. The Dismemberment of Orpheus: Toward a Postmodern Literature. New York: Oxford University Press, 1971. Second Revised and Enlarged Edition. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1982.

    5. Contemporary American Literature, 1945-1972: An Introduction. New York: Frederick Ungar, 1973. German translation by Brigitte Scheer-Schäzler. Stuttgart: Kröner Verlag, 1974. Chinese translation by Lu Fan. Shandong, 1980. Japanese translation by Mata Ki Mattori. Tokyo: Hokuseido Press, 1976. Korean translation by Tae-Jin Jung. Seoul: Hanshin Publishing Co., 1985.

    6. Paracriticisms: Seven Speculations of the Times. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1975.

    7. The Right Promethean Fire: Imagination, Science, and Cultural Change. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1980.

    8. Postmodernism: Ihab Hassan's Cultural and Literary Theory. Edited and translated, with an Introduction, by Chung-Ho Chung. Seoul: Chongno Publishing Company, 1985.

    9. Out of Egypt: Scenes and Arguments of an Autobiography. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1986.

    10. The Postmodern Turn: Essays in Postmodern Theory and Culture. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1987. Chinese translation by Xiangyu Liu. Taipei: China Times Publishing Co., 1993.

    11. Selves at Risk: Patterns of Quest in Contemporary American Letters. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1990.

    12. Rumors of Change: Essays of Four Decades. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 1995.

    13. Between the Eagle and the Sun: Traces of Japan. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 1996. Japanese translation by Reiko Tochigi. Tokyo: Sairyusha, 1998.

    14. In Quest of Nothing: Selected Essays, 1998-2008. New York: AMS Press, 2010.

  1. Editions:

    1. Liberations: New Essays on the Humanities in Revolution. Middletown: Wesleyan University Press, 1971.

    2. With Sally Hassan: Innovation/Renovation: New Perspectives on the Humanities. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1983.

  1. Articles:

    1. "Toward a Method in Myth." Journal of American Folklore 65, 257 (July-September 1952).

    2. "Baudelaire's 'Correspondances': The Dialectic of a Poetic Affinity." French Review 27, 6 (May 1954).

    3. "The Pilgrim as Prey: The World of Paul Bowles." Western Review 19, 1(Fall 1954).

    4. "Jean Stafford: The Expense of Style and Scope of Sensibility." Western Review 20, 3 (Spring 1955).

    5. "Edith Sitwell and the Symbolist Tradition." Comparative Literature 7, 3 (Summer 1955).

    6. "The Problems of Influence in Literary History." Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 14, 1 (September 1955). Reprinted in Influx. Ed. Ronald Primeau. Port Washington, NY: Kennikat Press, 1977.

    7. "Criticism as Mimesis." South Atlantic Quarterly 50, 4 (Fall 1956).

    8. "Dylan Thomas' 'The Tombstone Told When She Died.'" Explicator 15, 2 (November 1956).

    9. "Egyptian Retrospect." American Scholar 26, 1 (Winter 1956-57). And in Wesleyan Alumnus (Spring 1957).

    10. "Rare Quixotic Gesture: The Fiction of J. D. Salinger." Western Review 21, 4 (Summer 1957).

    11. "The Idea of Adolescence in American Fiction," American Quarterly 10, 3 (Fall 1958). Reprinted as "Adolescence in Fiction" in Best Articles and Stories 4, 10 (December 1960). In The American Experience. Ed. Hennig Cohen. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1968. In Intellectual History: The Modern American Tradition. Ed. C. K. McFarland. New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1971.

    12. "Carson McCullers: The Alchemy of Love and Aesthetics of Pain." Modern Fiction Studies 5, 4 (Winter, 1959-60). Reprinted in Recent American Fiction. Ed. Joseph Waldmeir. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1963.

    13. "Of Time and Emblematic Reconciliation: The Poetry of Edwin Muir." South Atlantic Quarterly 58, 3 (Summer 1959).

    14. "The Anti-Hero in Modern British and American Fiction." Comparative Literature: Proceedings of the Second ICLA Congress in Chapel Hill, Vol. 1. Ed. W. P. Friedrich. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1959. Reprinted in Picarische Welt. Ed. Helmut Heindenreich. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1969.

    15. "The Victim: Images of Evil in Recent American Fiction." College English 21, 3 (December 1959). Reprinted in French translation in La Revue des Lettres Modernes 8 (Spring 1961).

    16. "Love in the Modern American Novel." Western Humanities Review 14, 2 (Spring 1960).

    17. "Birth of a Heroine." Prairie Schooner 34, 1 (Spring 1960).

    18. "The Daydream and Nightmare of Narcissus: Truman Capote." Wisconsin Studies in Contemporary Literature 1, 2 (Spring-Summer 1960). Reprinted in French translation in La Revue des Lettres Modernes 7 (Spring 1961).

    19. "Saul Bellow: Five Faces of a Hero." Critique 3, 3 (Summer 1960).

    20. "The Avant-Garde: Which Way is Forward?" The Nation, 18 November 1961. Reprinted in Current, January 1962; and in Il Contemporaneo 71-72 (1964).

    21. "The Character of Post-War Fiction in America." English Journal 51, 1 (January 1962). Reprinted in Recent American Fiction. Ed. Joseph Waldmeir. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1963. In On Contemporary Literature. Ed. Richard Kostelanetz. New York: Avon Books, 1964. In A Catch-22 Casebook. Ed. Frederick Kiley and Walter McDonald. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1973. In Der Amerikanische Roman Nach 1945. Ed. Arno Heller. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1987.

    22. "The Existential Novel." In "Symposium on Fiction." The Massachusetts Review 3, 4 (Summer 1962).

    23. "Conscience and Incongruity: The Fiction of Thomas Berger." Critique 5, 2 (Fall 1962).

    24. "The Way Down and Out: Spiritual Deflection in Recent American Fiction." Virginia Quarterly Review 39, 1 (Winter 1963).

    25. "Modern Literature." NEA Journal 52, 1 (January 1963). Reprinted in The American Review 8, 1 (October 1963).

    26. "The Modern Movement in American Fiction." U.S.I.A. El Hayat, Cairo, 20 (1962). Reprinted as "Our Quarrel With Our Self." Wesleyan Alumnus 47, 3 (Spring 1963).

    27. "Postwar American Fiction." U.S.I.A. America, Moscow & Warsaw, 67 (1964). And in Uomo: Journal of Science, Letters, and Art, Rome, December, 1964.

    28. "Almost the Voice of Silence: The Late Fiction of J. D. Salinger." Wisconsin Studies in Contemporary Literature 4, 1 (Spring 1963).

    29. "The Dismemberment of Orpheus." American Scholar 32 (Summer 1963). Reprinted in Learners and Discerners. Ed. Robert Scholes. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 1964.

    30. "The Subtracting Machine: The Fiction of William Burroughs." Critique 6, 1 (Spring 1963). Reprinted in William S. Burroughs, At the Front: Critical Reception. Eds. Jennie Skerl and Robin Lyndenberg. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1991.

    31. "Since 1945." Chapter in Literary History of the United States. Third Revised Edition. Eds. Robert E. Spiller, Willard Thorp, Thomas H. Johnson, Henry Seidel Canby, and Richard M. Ludwig. New York: Macmillan, 1963.

    32. "American Youth Today." U.S.I.A. El Hayat, Cairo, 30 (1964). Also in U.S.I.A. America, Moscow & Warsaw, 111 (1965).

    33. "The Sorrows of Edward Dahlberg." The Massachusetts Review 5, 3 (Spring 1964).

    34. "Beyond a Theory of Literature." Comparative Literature Studies 1, 4 (Fall 1964). Reprinted in Comparative Literature: Matter and Method. Ed. Alfred Owen Aldridge. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1969. Reprinted also as "Metacriticism: Trends in Current American Criticism," in Actes des Congrès d'Aix-en-Provence et de Clermont-Ferrand: La Critique devant la littérature anglo-saxonne. Paris, 1969. In Issues in Contemporary Criticism. Ed. Gregory Poletta. Boston: Little, Brown, 1973.

    35. "New Frontiers in American Literature." Wilson Library Bulletin 39, 3 (November 1964).

    36. "Dark Laughter: The New Comic Voice in American Fiction." American Scholar 33, 4 (Fall 1964). Reprinted and revised as "Laughter in the Dark: The New Voice in American Fiction." American Humor: Striking Back. Ed. Enid Veron. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1976.

    37. "The Novel of Outrage." American Scholar 34, 2 (Spring 1965). Reprinted in The American Novel Since World War II. Ed. Marcus Klein. Greenwich, Conn.: Fawcett Publications, 1969.

    38. "An Arab-American Conversation: Interview with Saleh Gawdat." U.S.I.A. El Hayat, Cairo, 34 (1965).

    39. "Avant-Garde: Explorations in Contemporary American Culture." U.S.I.A. El Hayat, Cairo, 38 (1966). Also in U.S.I.A. America, Moscow & Warsaw, 118 (1966).

    40. "The Dial and Recent American Fiction." CEA Critic, October, 1966.

    41. "The Literature of Silence." Encounter 28, 1 (January 1967).

    42. "Anticriticism." Wilson Library Bulletin 42, 5 (January 1968).

    43. "MLA '67." College English 29, 5 (February 1968).

    44. "II." ("Anomie" & "Euremika"). Reflections 8 (Spring, 1968).

    45. "Sade: Prisoner of Consciousness." TriQuarterly 15 (Spring, 1969). Reprinted in Essays on the Perverse Imagination. Ed. Irving H. Buchen. New York: New York University Press, 1971.

    46. "Silence, Revolution, and Consciousness." The Massachusetts Review 10, 3 (Summer 1969).

    47. "The Dream of Logic: A Conversation with Ihab Hassan." The University of Windsor Review (Ontario) 5, 1 (Fall 1969).

    48. "Frontiers of Criticism." Virginia Quarterly 46, 1 (Winter 1970). Reprinted in Nichibei Forum, Tokyo, August 1970. In Japan-America Forum, Tokyo, 16, 8 (August 1970). In Frontiers of Literary Criticism. Ed. David H. Malone. Los Angeles: Hennessey and Ingalls, 1975.

    49. "Joyce-Beckett." Journal of Modern Literature 1, 1 (Spring 1970). Reprinted in New Light on Joyce. Ed. Fritz Senn. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1972. In Wesleyan Review 1, 1 (Fall 1969).

    50. "Mailer's Why Are We in Vietnam?" The American Dream and Nightmare. Ed. David Madden. Carbondale: University of Southern Illinois Press, 1970.

    51. "The Silence of Ernest Hemingway." The Shaken Realist. Eds. Melvin Friedman and John B. Vickery. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1970.

    52. "Tribute for Edward Dahlberg." TriQuarterly 19 (Fall 1970).

    53. "Fiction and Future: An Extravaganza For Voice and Tape." Liberations: New Essays on the Humanities in Revolution. Ed. Ihab Hassan. Middletown: Wesleyan University Press, 1971.

    54. "POSTmodernISM." New Literary History 3, 1 (Fall 1971).

    55. "AnviRonmenT." Arts in Society 9, 1 (Spring-Summer 1972).

    56. Articles on "Capote," "Salinger," and "Styron," in Encyclopedia of World Literature in the 20th Century. 3 volumes. Ed. Wolfgang Bernard Fleischmann. New York: Frederick Ungar, 1967, 1969, 1971.

    57. "The New Cultural Conservatism: A Symposium." Partisan Review 39, 3 (Summer 1972).

    58. "ReMembrance of Orpheus." Boundary 2 1, 1 (Fall 1972).

    59. "Contemporary Literature of the United States." Moderne Weltliteratur. Ed. Gero von Wilpert and Ivar Ivask. Stuttgart: Kröner Verlag, 1972. Also in World Literature Since 1945. Ed. Ivar Ivask. New York: Frederick Ungar, 1973.

    60. "Contemporary Canadian Literature." Ibid.

    61. Articles on "Malamud," "Barth," and "Capote," in Contemporary Novelists. Volume II of Contemporary Writers of the English Language. Ed. James Vinson. London: St. James Press, 1972.

    62. "Response." Diacritics 2, 4 (Fall 1972).

    63. "Interview with Ihab Hassan." The Tempest, Summer 1972.

    64. "Plumbing the Modern Consciousness: An Interview with Ihab Hassan." Cultural Information Service, October, 1972.

    65. "Silence: in Myth, Art, and Technology." Foreign Literature, Tokyo, March, 1973.

    66. "Echoes of Dark Laughter." The Rising Generation, Tokyo, March, 1973.

    67. "Man: Still Between Earth and Sky?" Arts in Society 10,1 (Spring-Summer 1973).

    68. "The New Gnosticism: Speculations on an Aspect of the Postmodern Mind." Boundary 2 1, 3 (Spring 1973).

    69. "The New Consciousness." Literary History of the United States. Fourth Revised Edition. Eds. Robert E. Spiller, Richard M. Ludwig, and William Gibson. New York: Macmillan, 1974.

    70. "Since 1945: Fiction." Ibid.

    71. "Abstractions." Diacritics 5, 2 (Summer 1975).

    72. "Joyce, Beckett, and the Postmodern Imagination." TriQuarterly 34 (Fall 1975). In Das Werk von Samuel Beckett: Berliner Colloquium. Eds. Hans Mayer and Uwe Johnson. Frankfurt-am-Main: Suhrkamp Verlag, 1975. And in La Novella Postmodernista Norteamericana. Eds. Enrique Garcia Diez and Javier Coy Ferrer. Madrid: Sociedad General Española de Libreria, 1986.

    73. "Beyond Arcadians and Technophiles: New Convergences in Culture?" The Massachusetts Review 17, 2 (Spring 1976). Also in Forms of the Literary Imagination. Eds. Sonja Bahn, Arno Heller, Brigitte Scheer- Schäzler, Sepp L. Tiefenthaler. Innsbruck: University of Innsbruck Press, 1979.

    74. "Models of Transformation: Ideology, Utopia, and Fantasy in America." Revue des Langues Vivantes: Bicentennial Issue (Spring 1976).

    75. "A Re-Vision of Literature." New Literary History 8, 1 (Fall 1976). Also in Escolias 3, 1-2 (May, November 1978).

    76. "Bernard Malamud, 1976: Fictions Within Our Fictions." The Fiction of Bernard Malamud. Eds. Richard Astro and Jackson J. Benson. Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, 1977.

    77. "The Critic as Innovator: a Paracritical Strip in X Frames." Chicago Review 28, 3 (Winter 1977).

    78. "Neoliteratura w Stanach Zjednoczonych" ("Postmodern Literature"), Literatura Na Swiecie 3-71 (1977).

    79. "Prometheus as Performer: Toward a Postmodern Culture?" Georgia Review 31, 4 (Winter 1977-78). In Performance in Postmodern Culture. Eds. Michel Benamou and Charles Caramello. Madison, Wisconsin: Coda Press, 1977.

    80. "Culture, Indeterminacy, and Immanence." Humanities in Society 1, 1 (Winter 1977-78).

    81. "Toward a Transhumanized Earth: Imagination, Science, and Future." Georgia Review 32, 4 (Winter 1978-79).

    82. "Desire, Imagination, Change: Outline of a Critical Project." Studies in the Literary Imagination 12, 1 (Spring 1979).

    83. "Interpretation, Etc." Society for Critical Exchange: Reports 6 (Fall 1979).

    84. "Beyond the Two Cultures: Still the Right Promethean Fire." Cream City Review 5, 1 (Winter 1979-80). Reprinted in Cream City Review 20th Anniversary Anthology 20, 1 & 2 (1995-1996).

    85. "Parabiography: The Varieties of Critical Experience." Georgia Review 34, 3 (Fall 1980). Reprinted in American Critics at Work. Ed. Victor A. Kramer. Troy: Whitston Publishing Company, 1984.

    86. "The Question of Postmodernism." Bucknell Review 26, 2 (Fall 1980). Reprinted in Performing Arts Journal 16, 1 (1981). Translated by Chung Ho Chung, in Image 10, 4 (Spring 1982). In Van Het Postmodernisme. Eds. Jeroen Boomgard and Sebastian Lopez. Amsterdam: SUA, 1985. In Der zeitgenössische amerikanische Roman: von der Moderne zur Postmoderne, Band 3. Ed. Gerhard Hoffmann. Munich: Fink Verlag, 1988. In Postmoderno e Letteratura. Eds. Peter Carravetta and Paolo Spedicato. Milano: Bompiani, 1984.

    87. "Cities of Mind, Urban Words: The Dematerialization of Metropolis in Contemporary American Fiction." Cream City Review 6, 1 (Winter 1980-81). Reprinted in Literature and the Urban Experience. Eds. Michael C. Jaye and Ann Chalmers Watts. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1981.

    88. "Wars of Desire, Politics of the Word: A Comment on William Gass." Salmagundi 55 (Winter 1981-82). Reprinted in Representation and Performance. Ed. Maurice Couturier. Montpellier: Delta, 1983.

    89. "A Dream." Dreamworks 1, 4 (1981).

    90. "Saul Bellow." Antioch Review 40, 3 (Summer 1982). Reprinted in American Writing Today, I. Ed. Richard Kostelanetz. Manila: Forum Series, 1982.

    91. "Literary Criticism: A Conversation Among Ihab Hassan, Jerome Klinkowitz, Richard Kostelanetz, and John Simon." In American Writing Today, II. Ed. Richard Kostelanetz. Manila: Forum Series, 1982.

    92. "Joyce and the Gnosis of Modern Science." In The Seventh of Joyce. Ed. Bernard Benstock. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1982.

    93. "Desire and Dissent in the Postmodern Age." Kenyon Review 5, 1 (Winter 1982-1983).

    94. "Fragments of an Imaginary Autobiography, I." Kenyon Review 5, 3 (Summer 1983).

    95. "Fragments of an Imaginary Autobiography, II." SubStance 37-38 (Winter-Spring 1983).

    96. "Le Critique: Homme d'avant-garde?" In Les Avant-Gardes Littéraires au XXe siècle. Vol. 2. Ed. Jean Weisgerber. Budapest: Akademiai Kiado, 1984.

    97. "Trends and Conflicts in Recent Literary Theory." The Rising Generation 128, 11 (February 1983).

    98. "Timely Pleasures: Sane and In-Sane." New Orleans Review 11, 2 (Summer 1984), and in Working Papers of the Center for Twentieth Century Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1984.

    99. "The Aura of a New Man: A Comment on Charles Newman." Salmagundi 67 (Summer 1985).

    100. "Issues in Postmodern American Criticism." Journal of Literary Criticism, Allahabad, 2, 1 (June 1985). Reprinted as "The Critical Scene," Dutch Quarterly 17, 3 (1987); and in American Literature in Belgium. Ed. Gilbert Debusscher. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1988.

    101. "Spirit of Quest." Trends, U.S.I.S., Tokyo (December 1985). In Contemporary American Fiction. Eds. Malcolm Bradbury and Sigmund Ro. London: Edward Arnold Publishers, 1986. Expanded, revised, and reprinted in Michigan Quarterly Review 27, 1 (Winter 1988); and in Writers and Their Craft: Short Stories and Essays on the Narrative. Eds. Nicholas Delbanco and Laurence Goldstein. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1991.

    102. "The Culture of Postmodernism." Theory, Culture, and Society (Cleveland, U.K.), 2, 3 (Fall 1985); also in Modernism: Challenges and Perspectives. Eds. Monique Chefdor, Ricardo Quinones, and Albert Wachtel. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1986; also in Art and Interpretation. Ed. Eric Dayton. Ontario: Broadview Press, 1998; also in BIKHO B CBIT (Window to the World), Kiev, 5, 8(1999);

    103. "Critical Pluralism in Postmodern Perspective." Critical Inquiry 12, 3 (Spring 1986). Also in Moderne versus Postmoderne. Eds. Dietmar Kamper and Willem van Reijen. Frankfurt/Main: Suhrkamp Verlag, 1987. In Exploring Postmodernism. Eds. Douwe Fokkema and Matei Calinescu. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 1987.

    104. "George Steiner: The Whole Mystery of Babel." Salmagundi 70-71 (Spring 1986).

    105. "The War Novel in the U.S., 1945-1985: Visions of War and Peace." International Encyclopedia of Peace. Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1986.

    106. "Imagination and Belief: Wallace Stevens and William James." Wallace Stevens Journal 10, 1 (Spring 1986).

    107. "Conversazione con Ihab Hassan." Alfabeta (Milano), 81 (February 1986).

    108. "Saul Bellow: A Literary Profile." Cross Currents 6, 3 (Fall 1986).

    109. "Making Sense: The Trials of Postmodern Discourse." New Literary History 18, 2 (Winter 1986-7). Reprinted in Revista Critica de Ciencias Sociais, Coimbra, Portugal, 24 (March 1988); and reprinted as "'Making Sense': o dell' ineluttabile emergenza del sense." In Il Pensiero Post-Filosofico. Ed. Giovanna Borradori. Milano: Jaca Book, 1988.

    110. "Ideology, Pragmatism, and the Self: Toward an Independent Criticism." Occasional Papers, Center for Humanistic Studies, University of Minnesota, 22 (1988).

    111. "Quest for the Subject: The Self in Literature." Contemporary Literature 29, 4 (Fall 1988).

    112. "On the Problem of the Postmodern." New Literary History 20, 1 (Autumn 1988).

    113. "Noch einmal: Die Postmoderne (1985)." In Der zeitgenössische amerikanische Roman: Von der Moderne zur Postmoderne, Band 3. Ed. Gerhard Hoffmann. Munich: Fink Verlag, 1988. Reprinted also as "Postmoderne heute." In Wege der Moderne: Schlüsseltexte der Postmoderne-Diskussion. Ed. Wolfgang Welsch. Weinheim: VCH Acta Humaniora, 1988.

    114. "Contexts of Reading, Texts of Belief: Theory and Pragmatism in Our Clime." In SPELL 4, Swiss Papers in English Language and Literature. Ed. Neil Forsyth. Tübingen: Gunter Narr, 1988.

    115. "Literary Theory and Teaching Practice: A Symposium, with Ian Reid and Judith Armstrong." Southern Review, (Adelaide) 21, 1 (March 1988).

    116. "Fictions of Power: A Note on Ideological Discourse in the Humanities." American Literary History, 1, 1 (Spring 1989).

    117. "Beyond Postmodernism? Theory, Sense, and Pragmatism." In Making Sense: the Role of the Reader in Contemporary American Fiction. Ed. Gerhard Hoffmann. Munich: Fink Verlag, 1989.

    118. "Motion and Mischief: Contemporary British Travel Writing." CHAI [Criticism, Heresy, and Interpretation], Melbourne, 3 (Fall 1989). Reprinted in Lineages of the Novel: Essays in Honor of Raimund Borgmeier. Eds. Bernhardt Reitz and Eckart Voigts-Virchow. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, 2000.

    119. "The Burden of Mutual Perception: Japan and the United States." International House of Japan Bulletin 10, (Winter 1990), and Salmagundi 85-86 (Winter-Spring 1990).

    120. "Autobiography, Etc." Cream City Review 14, 1 (Spring, 1990).

    121. "Ihab Hassan: Fragments of an Autobiography." Contemporary Authors, Autobiography Series, 12. Detroit: Gale Research, 1990.

    122. "Ideology, Theory, and the Self." In Criticism in the Twilight Zone. Ed. Danuta Zadworna-Fjellestad. Stockholm: Almqvist and Wicksell International, 1990.

    123. "Alterity? Three Japanese Examples." Meanjin, Melbourne, 49, 3 (Spring 1990).

    124. "The Writer as Seeker: The Example of Peter Matthiessen." In Morphologies of Faith: Essays in Religion and Culture in Honor of Nathan A. Scott, Jr. Eds. by Mary Gerhart and Anthony C. Yu. Atlanta: Scholars' Press, 1990.

    125. "The Quest for Self: Travel and Geopolitics in Our Clime." The World and I 6, 2 (February 1991).

    126. "Let the Fresh Air In: Graduate Studies and the Humanities." Cream City Review 15, 2 (Fall 1991). In The End of Postmodernism: New Directions. Ed. Heide Ziegler. Stuttgart: M & P Verlag, 1993. Revised and expanded in Beauty and the Critic. Ed. James Soderholm. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 1997.

    127. "Visit to Oz: Personal Notes on an Australian Journey." Salmagundi 93 (Winter 1992).

    128. "Local Education, Global Concerns: The Search for Transcultural Values, Japan and the U.S." International House of Japan Bulletin 12, 4 (Autumn 1992). In The Georgia Review 47, 2 (Summer 1993). And in The Center for International Studies, UWM and Marquette, Occasional Papers, 93-01 (May 1993).

    129. "Nomadic Autobiography." In Shaping Lives. Ed. Ian Donaldson et al. Canberra: Humanities Research Institute, 1992.

    130. "Postmodernism i Pop-Kultura: Interview with Ihab Hassan." Literatura Na Swiecie, Warsaw, 248, 3 (1992).

    131. "Confessions of a Reluctant Critic, or The Resistance to Literature." New Literary History 24, 1 (Winter 1993). In The Emperor Redressed: Critiquing Critical Theory. Ed. Dwight Eddins. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 1995.

    132. "Pragmatism, Postmodernism, and Beyond: Toward an Open World." In The End of Postmodernism: New Directions. Ed. Heide Ziegler. Stuttgart: M & P Verlag, 1993.

    133. "Beyond Exile: A Postcolonial Intellectual Abroad." The Southern Review 29, 3 (Summer 1993).

    134. "Textual Conceits: Kobo Abe's The Box Man and Donald Barthelme's The Dead Father." Eureka 8 (Tokyo). August 1994.

    135. "Interview With Ihab Hassan ." The Study of Current English (Tokyo). November 1994.

    136. "Criticism in Our Clime: Parables of American Academe." New Literary History 25, 1 (Fall 1994).

    137. "In the Mirror of the Sun: Reflections on Japanese and American Literature, Basho to Cage." World Literature Today 69, 2 (Spring 1995). And in The Southern Review (Okinawa) 9 (December 1994).

    138. "Negative Capability Reclaimed: Literature and Philosophy Contra Politics." Philosophy and Literature, 20th Anniversary Issue, 20, 2 (Fall 1996); and in REAL (Tubingen), 13 (1997).

    139. "Postmodernism Revisited." In Poszt-Posztmodern. Ed. Petho Bertalan. Budapest: Platon, 1997. Expanded version, "Postmodernism Revisited: A Personal Account," American Studies/Amerikastudien 43,1 (Spring 1998).

    140. "The Forgotten and Future Kingdom: Okinawan Literature at the Turn of the Second Millennium." Proceedings of the Okinawan Literary Forum. Naha, 1997. Revised and expanded version, "Marginal Literature at the Exploded Center: An Okinawan Instance." World Literature Today 71, 1 (Winter 1977).

    141. "Dialogue: Ihab Hassan and Natsuke Ikezawa on Modern Literature." Bungakukai (Tokyo) 51, 41 (April 1997).

    142. "The Expense of Spirit in Postmodern Times: Between Nihilism and Belief." Georgia Review, 50th Anniversary Issue, 51, 1 (Spring 1997). Expanded version in A Grain of Eternity: Selected Papers of the Fourth International Conference on Religion, Literature, and the Arts. Eds. Michael Griffith and James Tulip . Sydney: Berget Ltd., 1998. And in Intellect, Imagination, Intuition. Ed. Liubava Moreva. International Readings on Theory, History, and Philosophy of Culture, No. 10. St. Petersburg: Eidos, 2001.

    143. "Rapture and Ecstasy: The Spiritual Impulse in Art." Art Monthly Australia 101, July 1997. Reprinted as "Art / Spirit: Pictures at Two Exhibitions." Religion and the Arts 1,3 (Fall 1997). Reprinted as "The Dialogue of Art and Spirit," Ontology of Dialogue: Philosophical and Artistic Experience. Ed. Liubava Moreva. International Readings on Theory, History, and Philosophy of Culture, No. 13. St. Petersburg: Eidos, 2002.

    144. "Student of the Human Experience: Interview with Ihab Hassan." Research Profile, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee 20, 1 (1997).

    145. "Forum on Intellectuals." PMLA 112, 5 (October 1997).

    146. "Travel as Metaphor: Unmargined Realities." In Dissent and Maginality: Essays on the Borders of Literature and Religion. Ed. Kiyoshi Tsuchiya. London: Macmillan, 1997; New York: St. Martin's Press, 1997 .

    147. "Imperatives of the Heart: Nationalism, Colonialism, Multiculturalism" (trans. into Croatian), Knjizevna Smotra (Zagreb), 29, 2-3 (1997). Revised & expanded as "Counterpoints: Nationalism, Colonialism, Multiculturalism, etc., in Personal Perspective." Third Text (London) 41 (Winter 1997-1998). Also in Multicultural States: Rethinking Difference and Identity. Ed. David Bennett. London and New York: Routledge, 1998. And in Innovation and Continuity in English Studies. Ed. Herbert Grabes. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2001.

    148. "Postmodernism Revisited: A Personal Account." Amerikastudien / American Studies 43, 1 (Spring 1998).

    149. "Revisioning Yeats." In Beyond Genre: A Festschrift in Honor of Professor Okifumi Komesu. Tokyo: Eihosha Ltd., 1998.

    150. "Queries for Postcolonial Studies." Third Text (London) 43 (Summer 1998); Cream City Review, Fall 1998); Philosophy and Literature 22, 2 (Fall 1998); and Journal of Literary Criticism, Allahabad, 9,1 (June 2000). Reprinted in Renaissance Humanism-Modern Humanism(s). Ed. Walter Goedel and Bianca Ross. Heidelberg: Universitaetsverlag C. Winter, 2001. And The Third Text Reader on Art, Culture and Theory. Eds. Rasheed Araeen, Sean Cubitt, Ziauddin Sardar. London: Continuum, 2002.

    151. "Preface." George Gittoes. Ed. Gavin Fry. Sydney: Craftsman House, 1998.

    152. "The Researcher of Modern and Postmodern Culture: Interview with Ihab Hassan." Shahrzad: Persian Journal of Literature & Art, 1, 1 (Autumn 1998).

    153. "Globalism and Its Discontents: Notes of a Wandering Scholar." Profession 99. New York: Modern Language Association, 1999.

    154. "The Food of the Gods." Jx: a journal in culture & criticism 4, 1 (Autumn 1999).

    155. "Postmodernism, Etc.: Interview With Ihab Hassan and Frank Cioffi." Style 33, 3 (1999).

    156. "Interview With Ihab Hassan and Jerzy Durczak." Anglistik (Würzburg), 11, 2 (September 2000).

    157. "How Australian Is It?" Australian Book Review 224 (September 2000). Reprinted in The Best Australian Essays 2000. Ed. Peter Craven. Melbourne: Bookman Press, 2000.

    158. "From Postmodernism to Postmodernity: The Local/Global Context." Sydney: Artspace Visual Center, Critical Issues Series, No. 3 (2000). And in Philosophy and Literature 25, 1 (April 2001).

    159. "David Malouf: Encomium." World Literature Today 74, 4 (Autumn 2000).

    160. "Travel, Literature, Spirit: A Personal Meditation." JX 5, 1-2 (Spring-Summer 2001).

    161. "What Was Postmodernism and What Will It Become?" In 20th Century American Literature After Midcentury. International Conference Proceedings, Kiev, 25 -27 May 1999. Kiev: Dovira Publishing, 2000.

    162. "Hemingway and Modernism." Also in 20th Century American Literature After Midcentury.

    163. "Bernard Smith: Global Antipodean." Art Monthly Australia 144 (October 2001) and, a longer version, in Third Text 56 (Autumn 2001). And in Best Australian Essays 2001. Ed. Peter Craven. Melbourne: Black Inc, 2001.

    164. "The Privations of Postmodernism: Faulkner as Exemplar." In Critical Interfaces: Contributions in Philosophy, Literature and Culture in Honour of Herbert Grabes. Eds. Gordon Collier, Klaus Schwank, and Franz Wieselhuber. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, 2001. And in Faulkner and Postmodernism. Eds. John N. Duvall and Ann J. Abadie. Oxford MS: University of Mississippi Press, 2002.

    165. "Kaiser Haq: A Negative Capability." Escapade, News Today (Dhaka) September 6, 2002.

    166. "Realism, Truth, and Trust in Postmodern Perspective." Third Text 62,1 (Spring 2003); in Symbolism IV (2004) ; in Eidos (St. Petersberg) 15 (2003); and in Realism and Its Discontents. Eds. Danuta Fjellestad and Elizabeth Kella. Karlskrona: Blekinge Institute of Technology, 2003.

    167. "Australian Journeys: An Essay on Spirit." In Best Australian Essays 2002. Ed. Peter Craven. Melbourne: Black Inc., 2002. A longer version in Religion and Literature 34, 3 (Autumn 2002).

    168. "Identity and Imagination: David Malouf and Hossein Valamanesh." Religion and the Arts 6, 4 (2002). Another version, entitled "Identity, Play, Imagination: David Malouf, Hossein Valamanesh, and I," in Imagining Australia. Eds. Judith Ryan and Chris Wallace-Crabbe. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2004.

    169. "Beyond Postmodernism: Toward an Aesthetic of Trust." Angelika 8, 1 (April 2003); in Beyond Postmodernism. Ed. Klaus Stierstorfer. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2003; in CaucasUS Context 2 (2003); in American Literature at the Edge of the 20th and 2ist Centuries. Ed. Tamara Denisova. Kiev: Institute for International Relations Publishers, 2004; and in Eidos (St. Peterberg)19 (2004).

    170. "Postmodernism: What Went Wrong?". Entelechy International 1 (Fall 2003), and in The Sydney Papers 15, 2 (Autumn 2003).

    171. "Coming to America: Fragment of a Memoir." Religion and Literature 35.2-3 (Summer-Autumn 2003).

    172. "Painting a Continent-or Nothing: A Personal Essay on a Theme in Contemporary Australian Art." Religion and the Arts 8, 2 (2004). ). Reprinted in Australia-Making Space Meaningful. Eds. Gerd Dose and Britta Kuhlenbeck. Tübingen: Stauffenburg Verlag, 2007.

    173. "Coming to the Antipodes," Entelechy International 2, (Fall2004).

    174. "Of Truth and Lying-A Kenotic View." Cream City Review 28, 2 (Fall 2004); and in An ABC of Lying. Eds. Livio Dobrez et al. Melbourne: Scholarly Publishing, 2004.

    175. "The Authority of the Void: A Kenotic Meditation in Four Parts." Third Text 19, 1 (January 2005).

    176. "The Eagle, the Olive Branch, and the Dream: Changing Perceptions of America in the World." Georgia Review 59, 1 (Spring 2005). Reprinted in Mainstream-Heterogeneity-Canon in Current American Literature. Kiev: National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, 2006.

    177. "Maps & Stories: A Brief Meditation." Georgia Review 59,4 (Winter2005); in American Literary Studies in Ukraine: Literature of the USA: Essays, Reflections, Research. Vol. 3, Ed. G. M. Syvachenko. Kiev, Ukraine: 2006; and in a different version, as "Imaginary Maps, Maps of the Imagination: A Meditation on Cartography and Literature." Review of American Literature (Tsukuba) 20 (2007).

    178. "Westering: Fragment of a Memoir." Confrontation 92/93 (Fall/Winter 2006).

    179. "Postmodernism? A Self-Interview." Philosophy and Literature 30,1 (Spring 2006).

    180. "Hossein Valamanesh: Art, Displacement, and Sufi Wit." Jamini (Dhaka), September 2006.

    181. "Aesthetics in the Age of Globalisation? Toward an Aesthetic of Trust." Visual Animals: Crossovers, Evolution and New Aesthetics. Ed. Ian North. Parkside, S. A.: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia Inc., 2007.

    182. "Fundamentalism and Literature." The Sydney Papers 19, 2 (Autumn 2007); and in an expanded version in The Georgia Review 62, 1 (Spring 2008).

    183. "Literary Theory in the Age of Globalization." Philosophy and Literature 32, 1 (April 2008); and in English Now: Selected Papers from the 20th IAUPE Conference in Lund 2007. Ed. Marianne Thormählen. Lund, Sweden: Lund Studies in English, 2008.

    184. "Changelings in Janglish: Or, How Australian Is It?" Ibid.

    185. "In No Strange Land: Sections of a Memoir." In Aftermaths of Exile. Eds. Peter Paik and Marcus Bulloch. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 2008.

    186. "The Way We Have Become: A Surfeit of Seeming." Georgia Review 63, 2 (Summer 2009).

    187. "Visions of Art?" Third Text, Centennial Issue (2009).

    188. "Quietism Now? Intimations of Modern Literature." Common Knowledge 16, 2 (April 2010) [Pseudonym Anonymous].

    189. "Janglican: National Literatures in the Age of Globalization." Philosophy and Literature (forthcoming).

  1. Fiction:

    1. "Betrayals." Confrontation 90-91 (Spring-Summer 2005).

    2. "Embedded." Wasafiri 45 (Summer 2005).

    3. "Fair Dinkum." Notre Dame Review 21 (Winter 2006).

    4. "Ahmed" Chelsea 8 (June 2006).

    5. "The Hole in the Hoax." Fiction International 8 (December 2006).

    6. "The Changeling," in Lines and Traces: Papers Presented to Lennart Björk On the Occasion of His 70th Birthday. Gothenburg Studies in English 93. Eds. Gunilla Florby and Karin Aijmer. Göteborg, Sweden: ACTA, 2006.

    7. "The Bohos of Patagonia." Entelechy International 5 (2007).

    8. "Empty Attachment." Pleiades 28, 2 (2008).

    9. "Obituary." AGNI on-line (June 2009).

    10. "Fungus." Confrontation 105-106 (Winter 2009/Spring 2010).

  1. Reviews:

    1. Charles Child Walcutt, American Literary Naturalism. Prairie Schooner, 32 (Summer, 1959).

    2. Douglas Fairbairn, Blair Fuller, and George Mandel. Three Short Novels. Saturday Review, August 4, 1961.

    3. Louis Fraiberg, Psychoanalysis and American Literary Criticism. American Quarterly (Fall, 1961).

    4. Paule Marshall, Soul Clap Hands and Sing. Saturday Review, September 16, 1961.

    5. New World Writing 19. Saturday Review, December 2, 1961.

    6. Gerald Brennan, A Holiday by the Sea. Saturday Review, January 20, 1962.

    7. George Mandel, The Wax Broom. Saturday Review, June 2, 1962.

    8. "After the Grotesque," review of Flannery O'Connor, The Violent Bear It Away, 1960; John Hawkes, The LimeTwig, 1961; James Purdy, The Nephew, and Bernard Malamud, A New Life, 1961. Shenandoah, (Spring, 1962).

    9. Pati Hill, One Thing I Know. The New York Times Book Review, September 16, 1962.

    10. Wright Morris, What a Way to Go. Saturday Review. September 22, 1962.

    11. Shirley Jackson, We Have Always Lived in the Castle. The New York Times Book Review, September 23, 1962. Reprinted in Library of Literary Criticism. Ed. Dorothy Nyren. New York, 1969.

    12. James Purdy, Children is All. Saturday Review, November 17, 1962.

    13. Dwight Macdonald, Against the American Grain. Saturday Review, December 15, 1962.

    14. J. D. Salinger, Raise High the Roofbeam, Carpenter, and Seymour, An Introduction. Saturday Review, January 26, 1963.

    15. Calder Willingham, Eternal Fire. Saturday Review, February 2, 1963.

    16. Thomas Pynchon, V. Saturday Review, March 23, 1963.

    17. Bernard Malamud, Idiots First. The New York Times Book Review, October 13, 1963.

    18. Jean Genet, Our Lady of the Flowers. The Nation, November 2, 1963.

    19. Natalie Sarraute, The Golden Fruits. Saturday Review, February 15, 1964.

    20. Arthur Mizener, The Sense of Life in the Modern Novel, Frederick J. Hoffman, The Mortal No, and Norman Podhoretz, Doings and Undoings. The Virginia Quarterly Review (Summer, 1964).

    21. W. Tasker Witham, The Adolescent in the American Novel. American Literature (March, 1965).

    22. George P. Elliott, In the World. The New York Tribune Book Week, October 24, 1965.

    23. Ronald Sukenick, Out. Fiction International I, 1 (Fall, 1973).

    24. Christine Brooke-Rose, Amalgamemnon. The New York Times Book Review, September 8, 1985.

    25. Kazuo Ishiguro, The Remains of the Day. The World and I 5, 2 (February 1990).

    26. Naguib Mahfouz, Palace Walk. The World and I, 5, 6 (June 1990).

    27. Takashi Tsujii, A Stone Monument on a Fine Day. Japan Times, February 11, 1991, and World Literature Today, 65, 3 (Summer 1991).

    28. Haruki Murakami, Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World. Japan Times, November 5, 1991, and The World and I, 7, 2 (February 1992).

    29. Yuko Tsushima, Woman Running in the Mountains. World Literature Today 65, 4 (Autumn 1991).

    30. Clive Bush, Halfway to Revolution. American Literature, March 1992.

    31. Takashi Tsujii, A Spring Like Any Other. American Book Review 14, 4 (October/November 1992), and World Literature Today 66, 3 (Summer 1992).

    32. Lisa Lowe, Critical Terrains. Journal of Asian Studies 51, 4 (Fall 1992).

    33. Walter Abish, Eclipse Fever. Southern Review 30, 3 (Summer 1994).

    34. Helen Garner, The First Stone. World Literature Today 69, 4 (Autumn 1995).

    35. Natsuki Ikezawa, Still Lives. Southern Review (Okinawa) 12, (December 1997); and in American Book Review 22,1 (Fall 1998).

    36. David Malouf, Dream Stuff. Australian Book Review 219, April 2000.

    37. Victor E. Taylor, Para/Inquiry: Postmodern Religion and Culture. Journal of Religion, 82, 1 (January 2002).

    38. Bernard Smith, The Formalesque: A Guide to Modern Art and Its History. Artlink 28, 2 (June 2008); and in The Georgia Review 62, 2 (Summer 2008).

  1. Reprints and Excerpts From Books:

    1. From Radical Innocence

      1. "Rare Quixotic Gesture: The Fiction of J. D. Salinger." In A Catcher Casebook. Ed. Malcolm S. Marsden. Chicago: Scott, Foresman, 1963. In Studies in J. D. Salinger. Eds. Marvin Laser and Norman Fruman. New York: Odyssey Press, 1963. In J. D. Salinger and the Critics. Eds. William Belcher and James W. Lee. Belmont, California: Wadsworth, 1962. In Salinger's The Catcher in the Rye. Eds. Harold P. Simonson and Philip E. Hager. Boston: D.C. Heath, 1963. In Salinger. Ed. Henry Anatole Grunwald. New York: Harper, 1962. (Many other excerpts and reprints.)

      2. "The Pattern of Fictional Experience." In Modern American Fiction. Ed. A. Walton Litz. New York: Oxford University Press, 1963. In RegJny Es Tapaztalat: Modern Amerikai Irodalmi TanulmBnyok. Budapest, 1978.

      3. "The Modern Self in Recoil." In Inquiry and Expression. Eds. Harold Martin and Richard Ohmann. New York: Holt, Rinehart, 1963. In Voices of Revelation. Ed. Nancy H. Deane. Boston: Little, Brown, 1970.

      4. "William Styron." In On Contemporary Literature. Ed. Richard Kostelanetz. New York: Avon Books, 1964. In William Styron's Nat Turner. Ed. Melvin Friedman and Irving Malin. Belmont, California: Wadsworth, 1970.

      5. "Saul Bellow: The Quest and Affirmation of Reality." In The Modern American Novel. Ed. Max Westbrook. New York: Random House. In Saul Bellow. Ed. Pierre Dommergues. Paris: Grasset, 1967.

      6. "Bernard Malamud." In The American Novel: Background Readings and Criticism. Ed. Christopher Wegelin. Glencoe, Illinois: The Free Press, 1971. In Bernard Malamud and the Critics. Ed. Leslie A. and Joyce W. Field. New York: New York University Press, 1970.

      7. "John Cheever." In Critical Essays on John Cheever. Ed. R. G. Collins. Boston: G. K. Hall, 1983.

      8. "Norman Mailer." In Critical Essays on Norman Mailer. Ed. J. Michael Lennon. Boston: G. K. Hall, 1986.

    1. From The Literature of Silence

      1. "The Literature of Silence." In Innovations. Ed. Bernard Bergonzi. London: Macmillan, 1968.

      2. "The Solipsist Voice in Beckett's Trilogy." In Critical Essays on Samuel Beckett. Ed. Patrick McCarthy. Boston: G.K. Hall, 1986.

    1. From The Dismemberment of Orpheus

      1. Section from "Prelude: Lyre Without Strings." In The Language Experience. Eds. John Somer and James Joy. New York: Delta Books, 1975; and (Swedish translation) in Artes 1 (1991).

      2. Section from "Sade: Prisoner of Consciousness." In Nineteenth Century Literature Criticism. Ed. Laurie Lanzen Harris. Detroit: Gale Research Company, 1983. And in Shahrzad: A Persian Journal of Literature & Art, 1, 1 (Autumn 1998).

      3. "Kafka: The Authority of Ambiguity." In Shahrzad: A Persian Journal of Literature & Art 2, 4 (Winter 2000).

      4. "The Vanishing Form." In Postmoderno e Letteratura. Eds. Peter Carravetta and Paolo Spedicato. Milano: Bompiani, 1984.

      5. "Toward a Concept of Postmodernism." In Postmoderne Tider. Eds. Michael Løfgren and Anders Molander. Stockholm: Norstedts Forlag, 1987. In On Psychotherapy. Ed. Petruska Clarkson. London: Whurr Publishers, 1993. In Falsche Documente: Postmoderne Texte aus den USA. Ed. Utz Riese. Leipzig: Reclam Verlag, 1993. In A Postmodern Reader. Ed. Linda Hutcheon and Joseph Natoli. Albany, NY: State University of New York, 1993. In Postmodernism. Ed. Thomas Doherty. New York: Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1993. In Postmodern American Fiction. Eds. Paula Geyh, Fred G. Leebron, and Andrew Levy. New York and London: W. W. Norton, 1998.

    1. From Paracriticisms

      1. "(       ): Finnegans Wake and the Postmodern Imagination." In TREMA, Paris, 1, 1 (January 1976). In Nowa Proza Amerykanska. Ed. Zbigniew Lewicki. Warsaw: Czytelnik, 1983. In Europe, Paris (January-February 1984). In James Joyce: Light Rays. Ed. Heyward Ehrlich. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 1984.

      2. "POSTmodernISM." In Essaying Essays. Ed. Richard Kostelanetz. New York: OOLP, 1975. In Postmodernism in American Literature. Eds. Manfred Pütz and Peter Freese. Darmstadt: Thesen Verlag 1985.

      3. "The New Gnosticism." In Postmodernism: A Reader. Ed. Patricia Waugh. Sevenoaks, Kent: Hodder and Stoughton, 1992.

    1. From The Right Promethean Fire

      1. "Prometheus as Performer." In Scenarios. Ed. Richard Kostelanetz. New York: Assembling Press, 1981.

      2. "The Re-Vision of Literature." In Postmodernism in American Literature. Eds. Manfred Pütz and Peter Fresse. Darmstadt: Thesen Verlag, 1984. In Escolios (Summer 1980). Also in Kritik in der Krise? Ed. Jürgen Schlaeger. Munich: Fink Verlag, 1985.

      3. "Culture, Indeterminacy, and Immanence." In Immagini del Post-Moderno. Eds. Paolo Portoghesi and Maurizio Ferraris. Venice: Edizioni Cluva, 1983.

      4. "The Critic as Innovator." Reprinted as "Kritikern som førnyara." Artes, Stockholm, 5 (1985). Stockholm, Sweden.

    1. From The Postmodern Turn

      1. "Pluralism in Postmodern Perspective." In The Post-Modern Reader. Ed. Charles Jencks. London and New York: Academy Editions and St. Martin's Press, 1992. (Many other excerpts and reprints.)

    1. From Selves at Risk

      1. "Quest as a Literary Mode" (Japanese translation). In Heroes of American Literature. Ed. Yoshiaki Koshikawa. Tokyo: Seibido, 1991

    1. Numerous reprints from all the preceding books in the Gale Research, G. K. Hall, and Chelsea House volumes on contemporary criticism.


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