In this Issue
The seed that would eventually grow into ELT Press was planted in 1957 when Professor Helmut E. Gerber recognized the need for a journal that would focus attention on late-Victorian and early-twentieth-century British literature. He founded English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920 at Purdue University. In 1988, ELT Press was founded. ELT Press's 1880-1920 British Authors Series complements the journal by offering book-length studies on turn-of-the-century British writers. In this way, ELT Press fills a void left by other publishers, which readily print titles that feature the names Joyce, Yeats, or Woolf but neglect a host of other important British authors regarded as essential to the study of the Transition era and modernism.
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viewing issueVolume 29, Number 3, 1986
Table of Contents
- Ford Madox Ford and the Christina Rossetti Influence
- pp. 287-296
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