Articles in this issue
- The Emergent Environmental Humanities: Engineering the Social Imaginary
Chad Weidner, Rosi Braidotti and Goda Klumbyte, 28:1-25.
- John Lyly and the Most Misread Speech in Shakespeare
Frederick Kiefer, 28:26-41.
- More Context and Less: A Response to Lena Linne and Burkhard Niederhoff
Carolin Hahnemann, 28:42-64.
- Revisiting the Aesopic Race in the Late Twentieth Century: New Facets of Speed in Vikram Seth’s “The Hare and The Tortoise”
Bircan Nizamoğlu, 28:65-83.
- Rewriting Close Reading: A Response to Judith Anderson and Theresa M. DiPasquale
Heather Dubrow, :84-93.
- “You Are Black Inside”: Class, Race, and Sexuality in John Gray’s Park
Edward Lobb, 28:94-110.
William Harmon, 28:111.
- God’s Mending: Formal and Spiritual Correction in George Herbert’s “Deniall” and Henry Vaughan’s “Disorder and frailty”
Jonathan Nauman, 28:112-27.
- Shifting Perspectives on Law in De Doctrina Christiana: A Response to Filippo Falcone
Jason A. Kerr, 28:128-40.
- Wordsworth’s “The Baker’s Cart”
Venus Bargouth, 28:141-62.
- Self-Imposed Fetters in Four Golden Age Villanelles
Frank J. Kearful, 28:163-91.
- C. S. Lewis and Satan: A Preface to Paradise Lost and Its Respondents, 1942-1952[fn]Research for this essay was conducted during a sabbatical semester granted by Calvin University, and additional research and revisions benefitted from a Calvin Research Fellowship. I thank Calvin University for its generous support. Much of this essay was written during two five-day-long Writers Co-ops sponsored by the Calvin Center for Christian Scholarship and led by Professor Susan Felch. I thank Dr. Felch and Calvin University for these wonderfully supportive events. Special thanks also to Matthias Bauer, Angelika Zirker, and two anonymous reviewers for Connotations for their very helpful suggestions to improve this essay.[/fn]
David V. Urban, 28:192-234.
- Wordsworth & the Sonnet as Epic Prelude: A Response to Stephen Fallon and Henry Weinfield
Brian Bates, 28:235-49.