Studies in American Naturalism 12.1

 

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Studies in American Naturalism


 
Volume 12, Number 1 Summer 2017


CONTENTS

Special Issue: Data Fiction: Naturalism, Narrative, and Numbers
Guest Editors: James Dorson and Regina Schober


ESSAYS

Introduction
James Dorson and Regina Schober

The Vital and the Statistical
Jennifer L. Fleissner

Hypereconomics: Frank Norris, Thomas Piketty, and Neoclassical
Economic Romance
Jason Puskar

Rates, Romance, and Regulated Monopoly in Frank Norris’s The Octopus
James Dorson

“A Problem in Small Boat Navigation”: Ocean Metaphors and Emerging
Data Epistemology in Stephen Crane’s “Th e Open Boat” and Jack London’s
“The Heathen”
Regina Schober

Counting Success and Measuring Value: Money, Numbers, and Abstraction
in Theodore Dreiser’s Sister Carrie
Ulfried Reichardt

Domestic Data and Feminist Momentum: The Narrative Accounting of
Helen Stuart Campbell and Charlotte Perkins Gilman
Katherine A. Fama

The Wire, Big Data, and the Specter of Naturalism
Laura Bieger

Last updated: October 23, 2017