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  Volume 44, Number 4, Winter 2006

Table of Contents

From: Victorian Poetry

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Introduction: "Confirm my voice": "My sisters," Poetic Audiences, and the Published Voices of EBB

pp. 391-403

Telling It Slant: Promethean, Whig, and Dissenting Politics in Elizabeth Barrett's Poetry of the 1830s

pp. 405-424

Aurora Leigh's Radical Youth: Derridean Parergon and the Narrative Frame in "A Vision of Poets"

pp. 425-444

An Ebbigrammar of Motives; or, Ba for Short

pp. 445-465

Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Shakespeare: Translating the Language of Intimacy

pp. 467-486

Publishing and Reading "Our EBB": Editorial Pedagogy, Contemporary Culture, and "The Runaway Slave at Pilgrim's Point"

pp. 487-505

Strange Music: Engaging Imaginatively with the Family of Elizabeth Barrett Browning from a Creole and Black Woman's Perspective

pp. 507-524

"The least 'Angelical' poem in the language": Political Economy, Gender, and the Heritage of Aurora Leigh

pp. 525-542

Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Coventry Patmore, and Alfred Tennyson on Napoleon III: The Hero-Poet and Carlylean Heroics

pp. 543-560

Two of Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Pan Poems and Their After-Life in Robert Browning's "Pan and Luna"

pp. 561-569

Cobridme de flores: (Un)Covering Flowers of Portuguese and Spanish Poets in Sonnets from the Portuguese

pp. 571-583

"Judge no more what ladies do": Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Active Medievalism, the Female Troubadour, and Joan of Arc

pp. 585-597



pp. 599-601


Volume 44, 2006 Index

pp. 603-606

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