Articles in this issue
- A Response to Åke Bergvall's 'Resurrection as Blasphemy in Canto 5 of Edmund Spenser's "The Legend of Holiness."
Matthew A. Fike, 19.1-3:1-5.
- An Answer to Matthew A. Fike
Åke Bergvall, 19.1-3:6-8.
- A Response to Margret Fetzer's "Donne's Sermons as Re-enactments of the Word"
Edmund Miller, 19.1-3:9-13.
- "Donne's Sermons as Re-enactments of the Word": A Response to Margret Fetzer
Anita Gilman Sherman, 19.1-3:14-20.
- Reanimation or Reversibility in "Valerius: The Reanimated Roman": A Response to Elena Anastasaki
Graham Allen, 19.1-3:21-33.
- A Letter in Response to Leona Toker's "Decadence and Renewal in Dickens's Our Mutual Friend"
John R. Reed, 19.1-3:34-35.
- Reanimation, Regeneration, Re-evaluation: Rereading Our Mutual Friend
Efraim Sicher, 19.1-3:36-44.
- Lowell's Tropes of Falling, Rising, Standing: A Response to Frank J. Kearful
Henry Hart, 19.1-3:45-52.
- Truths of Storytelling: A Response to Burkhard Niederhoff
Janice Fiamengo, 19.1-3:53-67.
- A Response to "The Return of the Dead in Margaret Atwood's Surfacing and Alias Grace"
Eleonora Rao, 19.1-3:68-78.
- Should we believe her? Margaret Atwood and Uncertainty: A Response to Burkhard Niederhoff
Margaret Rogerson, 19.1-3:79-91.
- The Psychoanalytic Theme in Margaret Atwood's Fiction: A Response to Burkhard Niederhoff1)
Fiona Tolan, 19.1-3:92-106.
- In Search of the Dead in Atwood's "Isis in Darkness" and Other Texts: A Response to Burkhard Niederhoff's "The Return of the Dead in Margaret Atwood's Surfacing and Alias Grace"2)
Sharon R. Wilson, 19.1-3:107-118.
- Surfacing from Six Feet Under: A Response to Burkhard Niederhoff
Lorraine York, 19.1-3:119-25.
- Ghosts, Knowledge and Truth in Atwood: A Reader's Guide to Six Responses
Burkhard Niederhoff, 19.1-3:126-35.
- About Lew Welch
Aram Saroyan, 19.1-3:136-146.
- Written Sounds and Spoken Letters: Orality and Literacy in Toni Morrison's Beloved
Bärbel Höttges, 19.1-3:147-60.
- … To Say Nothing of Frogs and Angels: A Response to Tom MacFaul
Bruce Boehrer, 19.1-3:161-64.
- More Hot Air: A Large and Serious Response to Tom MacFaul
Thomas Herron, 19.1-3:165-75.
- From Scotland to the Holy Land: Renegotiating Scottish Identity in the Pilgrim Narrative of William Lithgow
Holly Faith Nelson and Sharon Alker, 19.1-3:176-202.
- The Rape of the Lock and the Origins of Game Theory3)
Sean R. Silver, 19.1-3:203-28.
- A Question of Competence: The Card Game in Pope's Rape of the Lock. A Response to Oliver R. Baker
Kathryn Walls, 19.1-3:229-37.
- On Superstition and Prejudice in the Beginning of Silas Marner
John H. Mazaheri, 19.1-3:238-58.
- "Mundane Things": Response to Neil Browne
Michael Anesko, 19.1-3:259-62.
- New Money, Slightly Older Money & "Democratic" Writing: A Response to Neil Browne
Andrew Madigan, 19.1-3:263-70.
- The Perception of Relations: An Answer to Andrew Madigan and Michael Anesko
Neil Browne, 19.1-3:271-75.
- Self, World and the Art of Faith-Healing in the Age of Trauma: A Response to Susan Ang's Reading of English Music4)
Susan Onega, 19.1-3:276-98.