Articles in this issue
- Empathy with the Butcher, or: The Inhuman Non-Human in Michel Faber’s Under the Skin
Maria Kark and Dirk Vanderbeke, 29:1-23.
- Out of Place: Looking for Donne in London — A Response to Theresa M. DiPasquale
Anita Gilman Sherman, 29:24-33.
- Understanding (Through) Annotations: Introductory Remarks[fn] This special issue is based on papers given at the 15th International Connotations Symposium, July 28 – August 1, 2019. We are grateful to the participants, and in particular to our doctoral candidates Leonie Kirchhoff and Miriam Lahrsow, for valuable suggestions and feedback.[/fn]
Matthias Bauer and Angelika Zirker, 29:34-47.
- Annotation as an Embedded Textual Practice: Analysing Explanatory Notes in Three Editions of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
Lena Linne and Burkhard Niederhoff, 29:48-76.
- The Praise of Cosmopolitanism: The Confidence-Man by Herman Melville
Daniel Thomières, 29:77-114.
- Hamlet and the Limits of Euphuism: A Response to Frederick Kiefer
Roland Weidle, 29:115-124.
- Milton’s Consistency: An Answer to Jason Kerr
Filippo Falcone, 29:125-128.
- Form and Spiritual Content in the Poetry of George Herbert and Henry Vaughan: A Response to Jonathan Nauman
Robert Wilcher, 29:129-141.