Articles in this issue
- Creative Imagination and Didactic Intent in Medieval Visions of the Other World: A Response to Fritz Kemmler
Jessica Barr, 20.1:1-11.
- Transformations of Life and Death in Medieval Visions of the Other World: A Response to Fritz Kemmler
Matthias Galler, 20.1:12-22.
- The Audiences of Three English Medieval Visions: A Response to Fritz Kemmler
Courtnay Konshuh, 20.1:23-33.
- An Addendum to "A Question of Competence: The Card Game in Pope's The Rape of the Lock"
Kathryn Walls, 20.1:34.
- Whose are those 'Western eyes'? On the Identity, the Role and the Functions of the Narrator in Joseph Conrad's Under Western Eyes
Christiane Bimberg, 20.1:35-79.
- Evelyn Waugh's Edmund Campion and "Lady Southwell's Letter"
Donat Gallagher, 20.1:80-107.
- Artists as Parents in A. S. Byatt's The Children's Book and Iris Murdoch's The Good Apprentice
June Sturrock, 20.1:108-30.
- "The road to happiness": Jane Austen's Mansfield Park
Angelika Zirker, 20.2-3:131-54.
- The Change in Hemingway's Literary Style in the 1930s: A Response to Silvia Ammary
Kurt Müller, 20.2-3:155-63.
- Unlived Lives in Kazuo Ishiguro’s The Remains of the Day and Tom Stoppard's The Invention of Love[fn]This essay was originally presented as a paper at the 10th International Connotations Symposium "Roads Not Taken," which took place in Freudenstadt in 2009. I would like to express my gratitude to Matthias Bauer and Angelika Zirker for organising this event, and to the participants for their responses to my paper. Thanks are also due to Sandra Lee, Lena Linne, Henrike Vahldieck, Sven Wagner and the Connotations reviewer for their comments on drafts of this essay.[/fn]
Burkhard Niederhoff, 20.2-3:164-88.
- Spenser as Prometheus: A Response to Maik Goth
Andrew Hadfield, 20.2-3:189-200.
- Spenser's Monsters: A Response to Maik Goth
John Watkins, 20.2-3:201-209.
- Elf-Fashioning Revisited: A Response to Maik Goth
Matthew Woodcock, 20.2-3:210-20.
- An Answer to Edward Miller and Anita Gilman Sherman
Margret Fetzer, 20.2-3:221-27.
- Worcestershirewards: Wodehouse and the Baroque[fn]"Worcestershirewards" in my title is from Jeeves and the Feudal Spirit 171. [/fn]
Lawrence Dugan, 20.2-3:228-47.
- Lilies and an Olive Branch: On Robert Lowell's Lord Weary's Castle
Frank J. Kearful, 20.2-3:248-52.
- Ambiguity and Ethics: Fiction and Governance in Geoffrey Hill's Mercian Hymns
Rajeev S. Patke, 20.2-3:253-71.
- "The Jungles of International Bureaucracy": Criminality and Detection in Eric Ambler's The Siege of the Villa Lipp
Robert Lance Snyder, 20.2-3:272-88.
- Written Sounds and Spoken Letters, but All in Print: An Answer to Bärbel Höttges
Hannes Bergthaller, 20.2-3:289-92.
- Can the Indigent Speak? Poverty Studies, the Postcolonial and Global Appeal of Q & A and The White Tiger
Barbara Korte, 20.2-3:293-312.