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 Love1)
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 Baroque2)
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.