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"As far as you can go": Carnality and the Catholic conscience in David Lodge's fiction
Incommunicable Consciousness: A Study on Perspective in "Middlemarch"
D. H. Lawrence and "Studies in Classic American Literature"
The Old Irish hymns of the Liber Hymnorum: A study of vernacular hymnody in medieval Ireland
The father refigured: Formal transformations in the British novel, 1840--1880
The social life of authorial intention in English criticism, 1671--1712
Inhuman speakers: Failed recognition in modernism
"Spleen ridiculous": Courtly humor in Rabelais and Shakespeare
The feeling of knowing: A modern poetics of conviction
Personification and its discontents: Studies from Langland to Bunyan
Line by line: Nineteenth-century British poets and the process of reading
The American slave narrative and the Victorian novel, 1833--1863
Wanting a name: Constructing anonymity in Milton, Defoe, Johnson, and Sterne
Renouncing rhetoric: Milton and the means of persuasion at the end of rhetorical humanism
To catch a spy: Explorations in subjectivity
The one-drop aesthetic: How literary formalism reinvented race in the United States
British Romanticism and the principles of political knowledge
Existentialism, realism, and the novel
Land lies in water: Panoramic perspectives in lyric poetry, 1859-1969
The system of the intellectual virtues in Edmund Spenser's "Faerie Queene"
Imagining empire: Maxen Wledic, Arthur, and Charlemagne in Welsh literature after the Edwardian conquest
Shakespeare in 3D: The depth, dimensionality and doubling of Shakespeare's actors
"Meaning motion": Form and movement in nineteenth-century British poetry
Found in translation: Shakespeare's Cleopatra in English and Chinese
Prose Immortality, 1711-1791
Monism and Metaphor: The Rhetoric of Early Modern Materialism
Self and Society in Early Irish Literature
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