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  Volume 52, Number 3, 2009

Table of Contents


“Going Nautch Girl” in the Fin de Siècle: The White Woman Burdened by Colonial Domesticity

pp. 252-272

From the Fallen Woman to the Fallen Typist, 1908–1922

pp. 273-297

E. Nesbit’s Psammead Trilogy: Reconfiguring Time, Nation, and Gender

pp. 298-311

Revisiting Fictional Italy, 1887–1908: Vernon Lee, Mary Ward, and E. M. Forster

pp. 312-328

Book Reviews

The Subversive in British Literary History

pp. 329-332

A New Century Begins

pp. 333-336

Kipling & Camouflaged Autobiography

pp. 336-339

Conrad & Memoir

pp. 339-340

Conrad’s Heart of Darkness

pp. 340-343

British Fiction & Ethnography

pp. 343-346

Evolutionary Imagination

pp. 346-348

Wilde & Plagiarism

pp. 349-354

The Periodical as Cultural Object

pp. 354-357

Information Systems, Victorian Fiction, & Media Technologies

pp. 357-361

The Irish Language Movement

pp. 361-364

Revisiting Joyce’s World

pp. 364-367

Reading Joyce

pp. 367-371

Catholicism’s Joycean Weapon

pp. 372-375

D. H. Lawrence & Death

pp. 375-380

H. D.’s Visionary War & Peace

pp. 380-383

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