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 Lock1)
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.