restricted access   Volume 52, Number 1, 2009

Table of Contents


The Editor's Fence

pp. 3-5

The Drowning of Hubert Crackanthorpe and the Persecution of Leila Macdonald

pp. 6-34

The Hound of the Baskervilles: Modern Belgian Masters, Paralyzing Spectacles, and the Art of Detection

pp. 35-48

Kipling's Imperial Aestheticism: Epistemologies of Art and Empire in Kim

pp. 49-69

The Complete Dramatic Works of H. Rider Haggard: A Review Essay

pp. 70-76

Book Reviews

Kipling's Uncollected Speeches

pp. 77-80

Aesthetically Effective, Imperialist Retrograde

pp. 81-83

Forster: Essayist & Memoirist

pp. 83-86

Wilde's Fairy Tales

pp. 86-92

Robert Louis Stevenson "Cruising"

pp. 92-95

No Mere Potboilers

pp. 95-97

The Manuscripts of Yeats's The Tower

pp. 97-100

The Religion of Art

pp. 100-103

Joseph Conrad: Modernism, England & Empire

pp. 103-106

Empire & the Fiction of Intrigue

pp. 106-108

Modernist Aesthetic & Political Realities

pp. 108-111

Poems of James Stephens

pp. 112-114

An Invitation to the Wake

pp. 115-118