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0.27 James McMichael, Real Schlemiel, Critical Inquiry, 1985.
0.24 John R. Searle, The Logical Status of Fictional Discourse, New Literary History, 1975.
0.22 Hazard Adams, Critical Constitution of the Literary Text: The Example of Ulysses, New Literary History, 1986.
0.22 Joyce Carol Oates, Jocoserious Joyce, Critical Inquiry, 1976.
0.21 Elaine Freedgood, Fictional Settlements: Footnotes Metalepsis the Colonial Effect, New Literary History, 2010.
0.20 Rita Felski, Introduction, New Literary History, 2011.
0.20 Paisley Livingstone Andrea Sauchelli Paisley Livingston, Philosophical Perspectives on Fictional Characters, New Literary History, 2011.
0.20 Suzanne Keen, Readers' Temperaments and Fictional Character, New Literary History, 2011.
0.19 Michael Sinding, "Genera Mixta": Conceptual Blending and Mixed Genres in "Ulysses", New Literary History, 2005.
0.19 Michael Holquist, Whodunit and Other Questions: Metaphysical Detective Stories in Post-War Fiction, New Literary History, 1971.
0.18 I. I. Revzin Julian Graffy, Notes on the Semiotic Analysis of Detective Novels: With Examples from the Novels of Agatha Christie, New Literary History, 1978.
0.18 Felix Martinez-Bonati, The Act of Writing Fiction, New Literary History, 1980.
0.17 Timothy Brennan, Joyce and the Common People, boundary 2, 1985.
0.17 Peter J. Rabinowitz, Truth in Fiction: A Reexamination of Audiences, Critical Inquiry, 1977.
0.17 Ralph W. Rader, The Logic of "Ulysses"; Or Why Molly Had to Live in Gibraltar, Critical Inquiry, 1984.
0.16 Mary Doyle Springer, Upon Rereading "Fiction and the Shape of Belief", Critical Inquiry, 1979.
0.16 Lubomír Doležel, Possible Worlds of Fiction and History, New Literary History, 1998.
0.16 Nelson Goodman, Realism Relativism and Reality, New Literary History, 1983.
0.16 Bill Brown, Reweaving the Carpet (Reading Stephan Mussil Reading James), New Literary History, 2008.
0.16 Catherine Gallagher, What Would Napoleon Do? Historical Fictional and Counterfactual Characters, New Literary History, 2011.
0.15 Anthony J. Niesz Norman N. Holland, Interactive Fiction, Critical Inquiry, 1984.
0.15 James E. Miller_ Jr., Henry James in Reality, Critical Inquiry, 1976.
0.15 Alain Robbe-Grillet Vicki Mistacco, Interview: Alain Robbe-Grillet, Diacritics, 1976.
0.15 John Bayley, Character and Consciousness, New Literary History, 1974.
0.15 David Sidorsky, The Historical Novel as the Denial of History: From "Nestor" via the "Vico Road" to the Commodius Vicus of Recirculation, New Literary History, 2001.
0.15 Sheldon Sacks, The Pursuit of Lew Archer, Critical Inquiry, 1979.
0.14 Simone Pinet, On the Subject of Fiction: Islands and the Emergence of the Novel, Diacritics, 2003.
0.14 Louis A. Renza, Edgar Allan Poe Henry James and Jack London: A Private Correspondence, boundary 2, 2000.
0.14 Daniel C. Noel, Tales of Fictive Power: Dreaming and Imagination in Ronald Sukenick's Postmodern Fiction, boundary 2, 1976.
0.14 Winfried Fluck, "The American Romance" and the Changing Functions of the Imaginary, New Literary History, 1996.
0.14 Samuel R. Delany Takayuki Tatsumi, Interview: Samuel R Delany, Diacritics, 1986.
0.14 Norman N. Holland Leona F. Sherman, Gothic Possibilities, New Literary History, 1977.
0.14 Ralph W. Rader, The Literary Theoretical Contribution of Sheldon Sacks, Critical Inquiry, 1979.
0.14 John McWilliams, The Rationale for "The American Romance", boundary 2, 1990.
0.14 Alan Wilde, "Strange Displacements of the Ordinary": Apple Elkin Barthelme and the Problem of the Excluded Middle, boundary 2, 1982.
0.13 Richard Ellmann, Joyce and Homer, Critical Inquiry, 1977.
0.13 Dorrit Cohn, Optics and Power in the Novel, New Literary History, 1995.
0.13 David B. Morris, Gothic Sublimity, New Literary History, 1985.
0.13 Thomas O'Donnell, Polemic, Diacritics, 1972.
0.13 Stephan Mussil, A Secret in Spite of Itself: Recursive Meaning in Henry James's "The Figure in the Carpet", New Literary History, 2008.
0.13 Candace Vogler, The Moral of the Story, Critical Inquiry, 2007.
0.13 Nalo Hopkinson Alondra Nelson, "Making the Impossible Possible": An Interview with Nalo Hopkinson, Social Text, 2002.
0.13 David I. Grossvogel, Visconti and the Too Too Solid Flesh, Diacritics, 1971.
0.13 Susan Fromberg Schaeffer, The Unreality of Realism, Critical Inquiry, 1980.
0.13 William J. Krier, Lost in the Funhouse: "A Continuing Strange Love Letter", boundary 2, 1976.
0.12 Murray Smith, On the Twofoldness of Character, New Literary History, 2011.
0.12 Edgar A. Dryden, Writer as Reader: An American Story, boundary 2, 1979.
0.12 Lawrence Lipking, Arguing with Shelly, Critical Inquiry, 1979.
0.12 Murray Baumgarten, From Realism to Expressionism: Toward a History of the Novel, New Literary History, 1975.
0.12 Alan Wilde, Surfacings: Reflections on the Epistemology of Late Modernism, boundary 2, 1980.
0.12 Katie Trumpener, Critical Response

I Paratext and Genre System: A Response to Franco Moretti, Critical Inquiry, 2009.
0.12 Menachem Brinker, Farce and the Poetics of the "Vraisemblable", Critical Inquiry, 1983.
0.12 John Henry Raleigh, Bloom as a Modern Epic Hero, Critical Inquiry, 1977.
0.11 Richard Kuhns, The Strangeness of Justice: Reading Michael Kohlhaas, New Literary History, 1983.
0.11 Joyce Carol Oates, The Madness of Art: Henry James's "The Middle Years", New Literary History, 1996.
0.11 Peter J. Rabinowitz, The Turn of the Glass Key: Popular Fiction as Reading Strategy, Critical Inquiry, 1985.
0.11 James R. Kincaid, "Fiction and the Shape of Belief": Fifteen Years Later, Critical Inquiry, 1979.
0.11 William A. Johnsen, Toward a Redefinition of Modernism, boundary 2, 1974.
0.11 Paul West, Sheer Fiction: Mind and the Fabulist's Mirage, New Literary History, 1976.
0.11 Dorrit Cohn, Reply to John Bender and Mark Seltzer, New Literary History, 1995.
0.11 William Bysshe Stein, The Secret Agent: The Agon(ie)s of the Word, boundary 2, 1978.
0.11 Alan Wilde, Shooting for Smallness: Limits and Values in Some Recent American Fiction, boundary 2, 1985.
0.11 Margaret Cohen, Traveling Genres, New Literary History, 2003.
0.11 Alan Wilde, Irony in the Postmodern Age: Toward a Map of Suspensiveness, boundary 2, 1980.
0.11 Charles Molesworth, Facing the Middle: Alan Wilde Levinas and the Poetics of Fiction, boundary 2, 1989.
0.11 Alan Wilde, Barthelme Unfair to Kierkegaard: Some Thoughts on Modern and Postmodern Irony, boundary 2, 1976.
0.11 Campbell Tatham, Message [Concerning the Felt Ultimacies of One John Barth], boundary 2, 1975.
0.11 Rawdon Wilson, On Character: A Reply to Martin Price, Critical Inquiry, 1975.
0.11 David Sidorsky, Modernism and the Emancipation of Literature from Morality: Teleology and Vocation in Joyce Ford and Proust, New Literary History, 1983.
0.10 Thomas Pavel, Literary Genres as Norms and Good Habits, New Literary History, 2003.
0.10 William C. Dowling, Invisible Audience: Peter J Rabinowitz's "Truth in Fiction", Critical Inquiry, 1979.
0.10 Mineke Schipper, Toward a Definition of Realism in the African Context, New Literary History, 1985.
0.10 Rawdon Wilson, The Bright Chimera: Character as a Literary Term, Critical Inquiry, 1979.