Articles in this issue
- Donne’s Sermons as Re-enactments of the Word
Margret Fetzer, 17.1:1-13.
- The Intrusion of Old Times: Ghosts and Resurrections in Hardy, Joyce and Beyond
Norbert Lennartz, 17.1:14-28.
- "Stand and live": Tropes of Falling, Rising, Standing in Robert Lowell's Lord Weary's Castle
Frank J. Kearful, 17.1:29-60.
- Outlooks on Honor in Henry V and Julius Caesar
Carrie Pestritto, 17.1:61-67.
- A Response to Myrtle Hooper's "Textual Surprise in Pauline Smith's 'The Sinner'"
Irene Gorak, 17.1:68-79.
- Excavating a Secret History: Mary Butts and the Return of the Nativist
Andrew Radford, 17.1:80-108.
- Reinventing Isabelle Eberhardt: Rereading Timberlake Wertenbaker's New Anatomies
Verna A. Foster, 17.1:109-28.
- Painful Restoration: Transformations of Life and Death in Medieval Visions of the Other World
Fritz Kemmler, 17.2-3:129-43.
- The Butterfly, the Fart and the Dwarf: the Origins of the English Laureate Micro-Epic
Tom MacFaul, 17.2-3:144-64.
- Ambiguities of Honour: A Response to Carrie Pestritto's "Outlooks on Honor in Henry V and Julius Caesar"
Thomas Kullmann, 17.2-3:165-74.
- Ironic Oppositions and the Articulation of Dissent in Thomas Heywood's The English Traveller
David Laird, 17.2-3:175-96.
- Feminine Agency and Feminine Values in Venice Preserved: A Response to Elizabeth Gruber
Katharina M. Rogers, 17.2-3:197-99.
- Unmanning the Self: The Troublesome Effects of Sympathy in Thomas Otway's Venice Preserv'd. A Response to Elizabeth Gruber
Roland Weidle, 17.2-3:200-09.
- Pope's Ombre Enigmas in The Rape of the Lock[fn]If the genesis of this article was under Mr. W. E. Markham, the revelation was during a hilarious seminar conducted by Dr. T. R. Cleary. The author also acknowledges the guidance of Dr. J. E. Foss, Dr. G. D. Fulton, Dr. D. J. Leeming, and Dr. E. Miller. Whereas all of the aforementioned may virtuously claim to possess not even the faintest clue about cards or card games, any such pious claims by either Dr. Foss or Dr. Leeming—the unwary be warned—should be disregarded. [/fn]
Oliver R. Baker, 17.2-3:210-237.
- Strangely Surpriz'd by Robinson Crusoe: A Response to David Fishelov
Maximillian E. Novak, 17.2-3:238-49.
- A Reply to Maximillian E. Novak
David Fishelov, 17.2-3:250-56.
- Response to Elena Anastasaki's "The Trials and Tribulations of the revenants"
Claire Raymond, 17.2-3:257-62.
- Emerson and Milton: Allusion and Theodicy
Richard F. Hardin, 17.2-3:263-66.
- (Un)Surprisingly Natural: A Response to Angelika Zirker
Jennifer Geer, 17.2-3:267-80.
- Response to "Alice was not surprised"
Jean-Jacques Lecercle, 17.2-3:281-86.
- The Phenomenology of Deep Surprise in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
Michael Mendelson, 17.2-3:287-301.
- Maintaining Plurality: A Response to Susan Ang
Annegret Maack, 17.2-3:302-09.