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 Persephone[fn]The title is taken from Chapter VI of feminist classicist Jane Ellen Harrison's seminal study of ancient matriarchal goddesses such as Demeter and Persephone in Prolegomena to the Study of Greek Religion (1903). [/fn]
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.