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Drink of Me, and You Shall Have Eternal Life: An Analysis of Lord Byron's "The Giaour" and the Greek Folkloric Vampire
A tale of Nobody for everybody: The reemergence of the Gothic fairy tale in Neil Gaiman's "The Graveyard Book"
Exciting the Sublime: Terror, Interiority, and the Power of Shelley in "The Cenci"
The Museum, the Flaneur, and the Book: The Exhibitionary Complex in the Work of Henry James
Tobias Smollett or, How a Gentleman of Scotland and London Experienced the Formation of the British Identity
Revealing Literary Lives: Frank and Forthright British Literary Biographies in the Late Victorian Era, 1870--1901
William Blake and Systems Theory The Attempted Unification of History and Psychology
"Emulation hath a thousand sons": Emulation, rhetoric, and social decorum in Renaissance drama
Devouring anxiety: Victorian breastfeeding and the modern individual
A middle sort of wickedness: Property, law, and the subversion of patriarchy in Farquhar's drama
A critical edition of Lady Sarah Pennington's "An Unfortunate Mother's Advice to Her Absent Daughters, in a Letter to Miss Pennington"
A comparative analysis of the text of the Hengwrt and Ellesmere manuscripts of the "Canterbury Tales", based on the Hengwrt digital edition, Estelle Stubbs, Ed.
Alterations: Gender and needlework in late Georgian arts and letters
Daniel Defoe's erotic economics: "Roxana" and the functional finance of romance fiction
Masquing cultural difference: Cross-cultural encounters in early modern theatrical pageantry
A critical edition of Elizabeth Carter's life and work
English laws and customs in Sir Thomas Malory's "Le Morte Darthur"
M.N. and the Yorkshire Circle: The Motivation Behind the Translation of the "Mirouer des Simples Ames" in Fourteenth-Century England
Anne Boleyn, Lancelot de Carle, and the uses of documentary evidence
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