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Journeying toward the beatific vision: The uses and abuses of Dante in "Robert Elsmere"
A theology of suffering love: A critique of the fictional embodiments of divine compassion in the novels of George Eliot
Chesterton and his interlocutors: Dialogical style and ethical debate on eugenics
Word choice and word concentration in Malory's "Works"
Charles Dickens's "Bleak House": Benthamite jurisprudence and the law, or what the law is and what the law ought to be
Iris Murdoch's genealogy of the modern self: Retrieving consciousness beyond the linguistic turn
Analogy, causation, and beauty in the works of Lucy Hutchinson
The Kelmscott "Chaucer": William Morris's quest for the medieval reader
"Kubla Khan," "The Confessions of an Inquiring Spirit", and the decomposing subject of Coleridge's corpus
Poetics of holiness: Bernard of Clairvaux and the "Pearl" poet
Virtue embodied: Fathers and daughters in the eighteenth-century novel
"Man is made a mystery": The evolution of Arthur Machen's religious thought
Responses to the Jungian archetypal feminine in "King Lear", "Hamlet", "Othello", and "Romeo and Juliet"
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