Volume 33, Number 2, Spring 2002

Table of Contents

From: New Literary History

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Introduction

pp. iv-vi
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Articles

Anonymity : The Literary History of a Word

pp. 193-214
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Anonymity's Subject: James I and the Debate over the Oath of Allegiance

pp. 215-232
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Nameless Names: Pope, Curll, and the Uses of Anonymity

pp. 233-245
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"Unboastful Bard": Originally Anonymous English Romantic Poetry Book Publication, 1770-1835

pp. 247-278
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Women Poets and Anonymity in the Romantic Era

pp. 279-289
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Nemo: George Yeats and her Automatic Script

pp. 291-314
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Copy Wright: What is an (Invisible) Author?

pp. 315-341
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Ka-Tzetnik 135633: The Survivor as Pseudonym

pp. 343-355
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Relinquish Intellectual Property

pp. 357-374
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Commentary: In the Name of the Author

pp. 375-396
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Contributors

pp. 397-398
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Books Received

pp. 399-401
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