volume 43 number 4 (summer 1985)
On the Apparent Demise of Really High Art
The Issue of Boredom: Is It Interesting?
Are Musical Works Discovered?
Feelings and Fictions
What Is Fiction?
A Microphenomenology of Aesthetic Qualities
Peter Kivy, Sound and Semblance: Reflections on Musical Representation
Reviewed by albert hayward
Eugene Lunn, Marxism and Modernism; An Historical Study of Lukacs, Brecht, Benjamin and Adorno
Reviewed by steve zelnick
Paul Souriau, The Aesthetics of Movement
Reviewed by julie vancamp
Jonathan Goldberg, James I and the Politics of Literature: Jonson, Shakespeare, Donne, and their Contemporaries
Reviewed by dolores palomo
Geoffrey Galt Harpham, On the Grotesque: Strategies of Contradiction in Art and Literature
Reviewed by peter fingesten
Denis Donoghue, The Arts Without Mystery
Reviewed by eugene e. selk
Steven Ungar, Roland Barthes: The Professor of Desire
Reviewed by mary bittner wiseman