Articles in this issue
- Spenser's Parody
Donald Cheney, 12.1:1-13.
- Elizabeth Bishop's "The Prodigal" as a Sympathetic Parody
Frank J. Kearful, 12.1:14-34.
- "If we offend, it is with our good will": Staging Dissent in A Midsummer Night's Dream
David Laird, 12.1:35-51.
- Catholic Shakespeare? A Response to Hildegard Hammerschmidt-Hummel
E. A. J. Honigmann, 12.1:52-60.
- Brontë and Burnett: A Response to Susan E. James
Lisa Tyler, 12.1:61-66.
- Tragedy in The Turn of the Screw: An Answer to Ursula Brumm
Edward Lobb, 12.1:61-71.
- War, Conversation, and Context in Patrick Hamilton's The Slaves of Solitude
Thierry Labica, 12.1:72-82.
- Allusions in Gary Snyder's "The Canyon Wren"
Ling Chung, 12.1:83-92.
- Angels, Insects, and Analogy: A. S. Byatt's "Morpho Eugenia"
June Sturrock, 12.1:93-104.
- Shakespeare's Falstaff as Parody
Arthur F. Kinney, 12.2-3:105-25.
- Parody, Satire and Sympathy in Don Quixote and Gulliver's Travels
David Fishelov, 12.2-3:126-38.
- "The most important subject that can possibly be": A Reply to E. A. J. Honigmann
Hildegard Hammerschmidt-Hummel, 12.2-3:155-66.
- Parody as Cultural Memory in Richard Powers's Galatea 2.2
Anca Rosu, 12.2-3:139-54.
- "Grace beyond a curled lock": Further Thoughts on Henry Vaughan's "Isaac's Marriage"
Glyn Pursglove, 12.2-3:167-82.
- Unsexing Austen: A Response to Leona Toker
Amanpal Garcha, 12.2-3:183-93.
- Wuthering Heights and The Secret Garden: A Response to Susan E. James
Anna Krugovoy Silver, 12.2-3:194-201.
- The Making of a Goddess: Hardy, Lawrence and Persephone1)
Andrew Radford, 12.2-3:202-32.
- Dracula and the Cultural Construction of Europe
Jason Dittmer, 12.2-3:233-48.
- From Lone Monkey to Family Man: Wittman's Evolving Inclusion in Tripmaster Monkey
Lara Narcisi, 12.2-3:249-80.
- "It's wanting to know that makes us matter": Scepticism or Affirmation in Tom Stoppard's Arcadia. A Response to Burkhard Niederhoff
Anja Müller-Muth, 12.2-3:281-91.
- (Un)tying a Firm Knot of Ideas: Reading Yang Mu's The Skeptic
Lisa Wong, 12.2-3:292-306.