Articles in this issue
- The False Domesticity of A Woman Killed with Kindness
Lisa Hopkins, 4.1:1-7.
- A very Antony: Patterns of Antonomasia in Shakespeare[fn]An earlier version of this essay was read at a conference on Paronomasia at the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster, July 1992. I wish to express my gratitude to Professor Inge Leimberg and the other organizers and participants in this conference for their helpful comments.[/fn]
Donald Cheney, 4.1-2:8-24.
- Competing Discourses in The Winter's Tale
David Laird, 4.1-2:25-43.
- Liberty, Corruption and Seduction in the Republican Imagination
Tara Fitzpatrick, 4.1-2:44-66.
- "Novels are ... the most dangerous kind of reading": Metafictional Discourse in Early American Literature[fn]Hannah Foster, The Boarding School; Or, Lessons of a Preceptress to Her Pupils (Boston, 1798) 18.[/fn]
Jürgen Wolter, 4.1-2:67-82.
- Subjected People: Towards a Grammar for the Underclass in Elizabeth Bishop's Poetry
Jonathan Ausubel, 4.1-2:83-97.
- Derek Walcott's Don Juans
D. L. MacDonald, 4.1-2:98-118.
- Imagining Voices in A View of the Present State of Ireland: A Discussion of Recent Studies Concerning Edmund Spenser's Dialogue
John M. Breen, 4.1-2:119-32.
- A Response to Debra Fried
Judith Dundas, 4.1-2:133-35.
- Tom Jones and the 'Clare-obscure': A Response to Andrew Varney, Bernard Harrison, and Lothar Černý
Mark Loveridge, 4.1-2:136-50.
- If Everything Else Fails, Read the Instructions: Further Echoes of the Reception-Theory Debate
Leona Toker, 4.1-2:151-64.
- More on "Christmas as Humbug: A Manuscript Poem by Letitia Elizabeth Landon ('L. E. L.')"
F. J. Sypher, 4.1-2:165-68.
- Owen's strange "Meeting": A Note for Professor Muir
Jon Silkin, 4.1-2:169-71.
- Elizabeth Bishop and a Grammar for the Underclass? Response to Jonathan Ausubel's "Subjected People in the Poetry of Elizabeth Bishop"
Jacqueline Vaught Brogan, 4.1-2:172-80.
- E. K., A Spenserian Lesson in Reading
Frances M. Malpezzi, 4.3:181-91.
- Melting Earth and Leaping Bulls: Shakespeare's Ovid and Arthur Golding
Anthony Brian Taylor, 4.3:192−206.
- Satire and Subversion: Orwell and the Uses of Anti-climax
Brendan Wilson, 4.3:207-24.
- Herman Melville and Christian Grabbe: A Source for "The Godhead is Broken"
Eleanor Cook, 4.3:225-27.
- Of Fountains and Foundations: An Elaboration on Åke Bergvall
Patrick Grant, 4.3:228-32.
- Who is Speaking in Spenser's A View of the Present State of Ireland? A Response to John Breen
Andrew Hadfield, 4.3:233-41.
- A Response to Lisa Hopkins
Nancy A. Gutierrez, 4.3:242-45.
- A Comment on Roy Battenhouse's "Shakespearean Tragedy: Its Christian Premises"
Cecile Wiliamson Cary, 4.3:246-50.
- The Scarus-Episode in Antony and Cleopatra: A Response to Roy Battenhouse, Shakespearean Tragedy
Inge Leimberg, 4.3:251-65.
- Herbert's Titles, Commonplace Books, and the Poetics of Use: A Response to Anne Ferry[fn]Anne Ferry, "Titles in George Herbert's 'little Book,'" ELR 23 (1993): 314−44. http:⁄onlinelibrary.wiley.com⁄doi⁄10.1111⁄j.1475-6757.1993.tb01063.x⁄abstract[/fn]
Matthias Bauer, 4.3:266-79.
- Reflections on Jürgen Wolter's "Metafictional Discourse in Early American Literature"
Terence Martin, 4.3:280-82.
- Faulkner's Racism: A Response to Arthur F. Kinney
Pamela Knights, 4.3:283-99.
- Faulkner, Race, Fidelity
John Cooley, 4.3:283-99.
- Is it a Boy or a Girl? Gender as the Ever-Present Authority and Anxiety in Bishop Studies
Kathrine Varnes, 4.3:172-80.
- More Metadrama than Antidrama: Thoughts and Counter Thoughts on Bernd Engler's "Arthur Kopit's The Hero in Context"
Thomas P. Adler, 4.3:319-24.