Articles in this issue
- "Thy words do finde me out": Reading the Last Line of "Affliction (I)"
Inge Leimberg, 24.1:1-16.
- An Order Honored in the Breach: An Answer to Dennis Pahl
Hannes Bergthaller, 24.1:17-21.
- A Note on Sir Philip Sidney's Art of Blending
Arthur F. Kinney, 24.1:22-26.
- Adopting Styles, Inserting Selves: Nabokov's Pale Fire
Maurice Charney, 24.1:27-40.
- "A Chorus Line": Margaret Atwood’s Penelopiad at the Crossroads of Narrative, Poetic and Dramatic Genres
Susanne Jung, 24.1:41-62.
- Mucedorus and Counsel from Q1 to Q3
Kreg Segall, 24.1:63-87.
- Milton’s Astronomy and the Seasons of Paradise: Queries Motivated by Alastair Fowler’s Views1)
Horace Jeffrey Hodges, 24.1:88-104.
- "Never Built at All, and Therefore Built Forever": Camelot and the World of P. G. Wodehouse
Jay Ruud, 24.1:105-21.
- Apropos of Geoffrey Household’s Watcher in the Shadows and Dance of the Dwarfs: An Answer to David Seed
Robert Lance Snyder, 24.1:122-28.
- Playing with the Ready-Made: Graham Swift’s The Light of Day - A Response to Andrew James
Catherine Pesso-Miquel, 24.1:129-42.
- "I was back in a dark wood": Don Paterson's "The Forest of the Suicides"
Elisa Segnini and Elizabeth Jones, 24.1:143-68.
- Somebody Else's Poem——Poetry and Fiction in Rudyard Kipling's "Wireless" and "Dayspring Mishandled"
Beatrix Hesse, 24.2:169-86.
- Wharton's Hudson River Bracketed and Coleridge's "Kubla Khan": Re-Creating Xanadu in an American Landscape
Judith Saunders, 24.2:187-216.
- Some Moondrop Title: A Response to Maurice Charney
Thomas Kullmann, 24.2:217-30.
- The "complicit we": A Response to Edward Lobb
Chris Ackerley, 24.2:231-38.
- Self-Delighting Soul: A Reading of Yeats's "A Prayer for My Daughter" in the Light of Indian Philosophy
Ruth Vanita, 24.2:239-57.
- Bipartisan Poetry in the 1950s: A Response to Frank J. Kearful's "Signs of Life in Robert Lowell's 'Skunk Hour'"
Adam Beardsworth, 24.2:258-70.
- Morte Jack: The Evocation of Malory's Arthur, Guenivere and Lancelot in Graham Swift's Last Orders
Sarah Briest, 24.2:271-89.
- Ekphrastic Poetry and the Middle Passage: Recent Encounters in the Black Atlantic
Carl Plasa, 24.2:290-324.