Articles in this issue
- "Undressed—— / today's role dangles / from a metal hanger": Figurativity and the Economy of Means in Contemporary English Haiku
Sven Wagner, 23.1:1-15.
- Poe’s Faltering Economies: A Response to Hannes Bergthaller
Dennis Pahl, 23.1:16–25.
- Echoic Effects in Poe's Poetic Double Economy——of Memory: A Response to Hannes Bergthaller and Dennis Pahl
William E. Engel, 23.1:26–48.
- Keeping You Unnatural: Against the Homogenization of Second Person Writing. A Response to Joshua Parker
Brian Richardson, 23.1:49–54.
- The Influence of Narrative Tense in Second Person Narration: A Response to Joshua Parker
Matt DelConte, 23.1:55–62.
- Studying Writing in Second Person: A Response to Joshua Parker
Jarmila Mildorf, 23.1:63-78.
- Gulliver as a Novelistic, Quixotic Character? A Response to Aaron R. Hanlon
David Fishelov, 23.1:79–95.
- Telling Differences: Complicating, Challenging, and Expanding Amit Marcus’s Discussion of Clones and Doubles
Nicole A. Diederich, 23.1:96–109.
- Three “Homes” which Gerard Manley Hopkins Enjoyed: A Counterbalance to Adrian Grafe's “Hopkins and Home”
Joseph F. Feeney, 23.1:110-26.
- Symbolism, Imagism, and Hermeneutic Anxiety: A Response to Andrew Hay
Nicholas Halmi, 23.1:127-39.
- The Curious History of Imagism: Of Hulme,Bergson, Worringer, and Imagism's Readers. A Response to Andrew Hay
Mary Ann Gillies, 23.1:140-52.
- Beyond Authenticity of Voice: A Response to Barbara Korte
Miriam Nandi, 23.1:153-71.
- "Poetry in Fiction": A Range of Options
Matthias Bauer, 23.2:173-88.
- Turning: From Verse to Prose
Michal Peled Ginsburg, 23.2:189-206.
- Embedded and Embodied Poetry in Edgar Allan Poe's "Ligeia" and "The Fall of the House of Usher"
Elena Anastasaki, 23.2:207-29.
- The Function of Poetic Epigraphs in George Eliot’s Daniel Deronda
Eike Kronshage, 23.2:230-60.
- Poetry and Poeticity in Joyce’s “The Dead,” Baudelaire’s Le Spleen de Paris, and Yehuda Amichai[fn]I would like to thank the participants in the discussion following my paper at the 12th International Connotations Symposium in 2013 for offering useful and enlightening comments, the two anonymous readers of the article whose critical comments spurred me to clarify my argument and, last but not least, Matthias Bauer and Angelika Zirker for their eagle-eyed reading of the manuscript.[/fn]
David Fishelov, 23.2:261-82.
- Poetic Insertions in Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings
Thomas Kullmann, 23.2:283-309.
- Names and Real Names in Colin Clouts Come Home Againe: A Response to Maurice Hunt
Kreg Segall, 23.2:310-16.
- Signs of Life in Robert Lowell's "Skunk Hour"
Frank J. Kearful, 23.2:317-35.
- Geoffrey Household’s Watcher in the Shadows and Dance of the Dwarfs: A Response to Robert Lance Snyder
David Seed, 23.2:336-46.
- Fracturing the Critical Conversation on Pinter’s Language: A Response to Maurice Charney
Mireia Aragay, 23.2:347-56.