restricted access   Volume 48, Number 4, Autumn 2008

Table of Contents

From: SEL Studies in English Literature 1500-1900

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Editor’s Preface: Hybrid Forms and Cultural Anxiety

pp. 745-754
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I. Formal Hybrids

Arnold’s Arrhythmia

pp. 755-767
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Browning’s Grafts

pp. 769-778
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Elizabeth Barrett’s and Alfred Tennyson’s Authorial and Formal Links

pp. 779-789
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The “Prophet-Poet’s Book”

pp. 791-799
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Sketches by Boz, “So Frail a Machine”

pp. 801-812
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II. Discursive Hybrids

Grafting A Christmas Carol

pp. 813-827
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Dialectics of Social Class in the Gilbert and Sullivan Collaboration

pp. 829-837
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Anonyma’s Authors

pp. 839-848
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The “Spasmodic” Hoaxes of W. E. Aytoun and A. C. Swinburne

pp. 849-860
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Domestic Hybrids: Ruskin, Victorian Fiction, and Darwin’s Botany

pp. 861-870
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III. Cultural Hybrids

Robert Louis Stevenson’s South Seas Crossings

pp. 871-884
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Florence Marryat’s Female Vampire and the Scientizing of Hybridity

pp. 885-896
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Assyrian Monsters and Domestic Chimeras

pp. 897-909
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A South Kensington Gateway from Gwalior to Nowhere

pp. 911-921
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Kipling’s “Mixy” Creatures

pp. 923-933
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Recent Studies in the Nineteenth Century

pp. 935-1009
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Books Received

pp. 991-1010
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Index

Studies in English Literature 1500–1900: Volume 48, 2008

pp. 1019-1021
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