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"Performing between the acts": Issues of personal identity and performance in Frances Burney's "The Wanderer, or Female Difficulties" (1814)
"We neither of us perform to strangers": Collecting, consumption, and performance in the novels of Jane Austen
Beyond sexual repression: The paradox of anorexia nervosa in Charlotte Bronte's "Villette" and "Shirley"
Childhood moral insanity: Another "Turn of the Screw"
Representation of marriage in selected Harold Pinter plays
A garden party for spinsters, queers, and whores: Gender performance and nature imagery in the novels of George Eliot and Virginia Woolf
Gendering the British posthuman: George Du Maurier's "Trilby" and Bram Stoker's "Dracula"
"We can't behave like people in novels, though, can we?": Reading and writing the romantic hero in "The Old Manor House" and "The Age of Innocence"
Women who act: Performance in Elizabeth Inchbald's "Nature and Art" and Mary Robinson's "The Natural Daughter"
Performance and performativity in Elizabeth Gaskell's "Cranford" and "Ruth"
"There was no us and them": Environmental justice and discursive struggle in Jeanette Winterson's "The Stone Gods"
The aura of the Irish book: The Cuala and Dolmen Presses
Boffin's books and Darwin's finches: Victorian cultures of collecting
Powerful purity: The sacred virgin in early modern literature
The annotated letters of Denton Welch to Eric Oliver
"We are out to kill the Stage Irishman": Dion Boucicault, the Irish National Theatre, and the assassination of Teague
The banality of virtue: A multifaceted view of George Orwell as champion of the common man
William Blake's "Laocoon": The genealogy of a form
A performer's guide to Gerald Finzi's collection for baritone and piano: "Earth and Air and Rain", Op. 15
The female grotesque amid the carnival of Renaissance drama
Innocence and innocents in Middle English literature and its reception
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