Articles in this issue
- John Lyly's Poetic Economy
Arthur F. Kinney, 22.1:1-12.
- Poe’s Economies and “The Fall of the House of Usher”
Hannes Bergthaller, 22.1:13-31.
- The Economy of Literary Interpretation
David Fishelov, 22.1:32-56.
- If and It and the Human Condition: Considerations Arising from a Reading of The Merchant of Venice
Inge Leimberg, 22.1:57-84.
- The Two Bertie Woosters: A Response to Lawrence Dugan
William Vesterman, 22.1:85-88.
- Poetics and Politics in Robert Lowell’s “The March 1” and “The March 2”
Frank J. Kearful, 22.1:89-117.
- Generic Differences: A Response to Burkhard Niederhoff
Raimund Borgmeier, 22.1:118-24.
- Against an Ethics of Absolute Otherness, for Cross-Cultural Critique: A Response to Tammy Amiel-Houser
Lars Eckstein, 22.1:125-36.
- Authorities of Representation: Speaking To and Speaking For. A Response to Barbara Korte
Lisa Lau and Ana Cristina Mendes, 22.1:137-43.
- Artists as Mothers: A Response to June Sturrock
Louisa Hadley, 22.1:144-56.
- Ruinous Fathers, Lethal Mothers: A Response to June Sturrock
Lena Steveker, 22.1:157-61.
- A Daughter Abandons Her Literary Mother: A. S. Byatt’s The Children’s Book and Iris Murdoch’s The Good Apprentice. A Response to June Sturrock
Nick Turner, 22.1:162-65.
- Ellipsis and Aposiopesis in “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock”
Edward Lobb, 22.2:167-86.
- A Collection of Selves: Louis MacNeice’s Autumn Journal
Teresa Bruś, 22.2:187-213.
- Language Matters: An Investigation into Cliché in The Light of Day
Andrew James, 22.2:214-34.
- Naming and Unnaming in Spenser's Colin Clouts Come Home Againe
Maurice Hunt, 22.2:235-59.
- Milton's Identification with the Unworthy Servant in Sonnet 19: A Response to Margaret Thickstun
David V. Urban, 22.2:260-63.
- Laws, Characters, and the Agency of the Text: An Answer to Beatrix Hesse and Lyn Pykett
Philipp Erchinger, 22.2:264-78.
- What Exactly Is It about Wooster's Voice? A Response to Lawrence Dugan
Sarah Säckel, 22.2:279-297.
- A Letter in Response to Kenneth Muir
Emma Cole, 22.2:298-300.
- "Occult Sympathy": Geoffrey Household's Watcher in the Shadows and Dance of the Dwarfs
Robert Lance Snyder, 22.2:301-17.
- Epigraphs and Absences: A Comment on Rajeev S. Patke's "Ambiguity and Ethics: Fictions of Governance in Geoffrey Hill's Mercian Hymns"
Charles Lock, 22.2:318-27.