Articles in this issue
- Resurrection as Blasphemy in Canto 5 of Edmund Spenser's "The Legend of Holiness"
Åke Bergvall, 16.1-3:1-10.
- Echo Restored: A Reading of George Herbert's "Heaven"1)
Inge Leimberg, 16.1-3:11-25.
- The Trials and Tribulations of the revenants: Narrative Techniques and the Fragmented Hero in Mary Shelley and Théophile Gautier
Elena Anastasaki, 16.1-3:26-46.
- Decadence and Renewal in Dickens's Our Mutual Friend
Leona Toker, 16.1-3:47-59.
- The Return of the Dead in Margaret Atwood's Surfacing and Alias Grace
Burkhard Niederhoff, 16.1-3:60-91.
- "For/From Lew": The Ghost Visitations of Lew Welch and the Art of Zen Failure. A Dialogue for Two Voices
John Whalen-Bridge, 16.1-3:92-115.
- Dis(re)membering History's revenants: Trauma, Writing, and Simulated Orality in Toni Morrison's Beloved
Hannes Bergthaller, 16.1-3:116-36.
- Attitudes Towards Death in Middle English Lyrics and Hagiography
Matthias Galler, 16.1-3:129-43.
- "Betray'd to Shame": Venice Preserved and the Paradox of She-Tragedy
Elizabeth Gruber, 16.1-3:158-71.
- The Person from Porlock in "Kubla Khan" and Later Texts: Inspiration, Agency, and Interruption
Laura Mooneyham White, 16.1-3:172-93.
- Self and Other: Narrativity in Xinran's The Good Women of China and Sky Burial
Amy Lai, 16.1-3:194-218.
- Bennett's The History Boys: Unnoticed Ironies Lead to Critical Neglect
John J. Stinson, 16:219-45.