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Representations of teaching, curriculum reform, and the formation of collegiate English
Narratives of irony: Alienation, representation, and ethics in Carlyle, Eliot, and Pater
Of grace and gross bodies: Falstaff, Oldcastle, and the fires of reform
Fathers of a still-born past: Hindu empire, globality, and the rhetoric of the Trikaal
Missed connections: Antony Sher's "Titus Andronicus" in Johannesburg
On paying attention: Particularity in Victorian fiction and empirical thought
Matrices of subjectivity: The discourse of learning in Victorian literature
Notions of friendship in the Bloomsbury Group: G. E. Moore, D. H. Lawrence, E. M. Forster, and Virginia Woolf
The Wordsworthian inheritance of Melville's poetics
That within which passeth show: Interiority, religion, and the cognitive poetics of "Hamlet"
"Teeming delight": Irish poetry 1930--1960
The invention of England: Danes and identity in medieval romance
Inconsumable realities: Documenting warfare, Britain 1914--1920
"The long-defended gate": Juvenilia, the real child, and the aesthetics of innocence, 1858--1939
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