Articles in this issue
- Marlowe's Edward II as "Actaeonesque History"
Christopher Wessman, 9.1:1-33.
- Cold Monuments: Three Accounts of the Reception of Poetry
John Russell Brown, 9.1:34-42.
- Response to John Russell Brown
Donald Cheney, 9.1:34-42.
- Living Temples and Extemporal Song
Frances Malpezzi, 9.1:46-50.
- A Boy in the Listening: On Voice, Space, and Rebirth in the Poetry of Dylan Thomas
Eynel Wardi, 9.1:190-209.
- The Mysterious Genesis of Paradise Lost
Donald Cheney, 9.1:57-70.
- Poetic Procreation in Edward Taylor's Meditations
Ursula Brumm, 9.1:71-82.
- A Visitation of Kipling's Daemon?
M. M. Mahood, 9.1:83-99.
- W. B. Yeats's "A Prayer for My Daughter": The Ironies of the Patriarchal Stance
Leona Toker, 9.1:100-10.
- Classroom Capers: The Case for Using Mnemonics
William E. Engel, 9.2:111-42.
- Dracula and the Idea of Europe
Eleni Coundouriotis, 9.2:143-59.
- Scholarship and Its Phantoms: Anthony Burgess's Shakespeare and "fin de siècle" Conceptions of Genius
Frédéric Regard, 9.2:160-66.
- My Poet is Better than Your Poet: A Response to Rajeev Patke
John Whalen-Bridge, 9.2:167-73.
- Cold Monuments Animated: A Receptive Response to John Russell Brown
Eynel Wardi, 9.1:51-56.
- Speaking for the Infant: On Yeats's "A Prayer for my Daughter"
Charles Lock, 9.2:210-22.
- Agency in Vaughan's Sacred Poetry: Creative Acts or Divine Gifts?
Donald Dickson, 9.2:174-89.
- Response to Christopher Wessman, "Marlowe's Edward II as 'Actaeonesque History'"
Felicia Bonaparte and Jakob Stern, 9.3:223-27.
- Identifying Marlowe's Radicalism: A Response to Christopher Wessman
Anthony DiMatteo, 9.3:228-40.
- Edward II, "Actaeonesque History," Espionage and Performance
Rick Bowers, 9.3:241-47.
- Well-Wishing Adventurers: Shakespeare's Sonnets and Narrative Poems by A. D. Cousins and Recent Responses to Shakespeare's Non-Dramatic Verse
Liam Semler, 9.3:248-56.
- Making Friends of Stage and Page: A Response to Alan Rosen
Judith Rosenheim, 9.3:257-68.
- Some Notes on the 'Single Sentiment' and Romanticism of Charlotte Smith1)
Sandro Jung, 9.3:269-84.
- A Response to "Some Notes on the 'Single Sentiment' and Romanticism of Charlotte Smith"
Monika Gomille, 9.3:285-88.
- Performing Gender and Genre in Miles Franklin's My Career Goes Bung
Barbara Schmidt-Haberkamp, 9.3:289-95.
- Female Histories from Australia and Canada as Counter-Discourses to the National
Marion Spies, 9.3:296-315.
- Spinell and Connie: Joyce Carol Oates Re-Imagining Thomas Mann?
Alan D. Latta, 9.3:316-29.