restricted access   Volume 31, Number 1, 1988

Table of Contents

Editor's Fence

p. 4


pp. 4-5

Thomas Hardy and the Hardy Players: The Evans and Tilley Adaptations

pp. 7-26

Suited for Satire: Butler's Re-Tailoring of Sartor Resartus in The Way of All Flesh

pp. 29-37

Securing Literary Values in an Age of Crisis: The Early Argument for English Studies

pp. 38-52

Establishing Identities: Exile and Commitment in Conrad's Non-Fiction Prose

pp. 53-63

Jerome K. Jerome: Update of an Annotated Bibliography of Writings About Him—II

pp. 64-76

Book Reviews

Cultural Stereotype and Literary Modernism

pp. 77-79

Two on Wilde

pp. 79-81

Metonomy and Bloomsbury

pp. 81-83

Twilight of Dawn

pp. 84-87

Hardy Annual 5

pp. 87-88

Ford Madox Ford

pp. 89-91

Realism from Carlyle to Yeats

pp. 91-93

Naturalism in England

pp. 94-96

Wilfred Owen

pp. 96-100

W. H. Hudson

pp. 100-103

Mansfield and Murry

pp. 103-107

Two on Woolf

pp. 107-110

James's Notebooks

pp. 110-111

Bloom's Henry James

pp. 111-114

Farewell to the Priest of Love

pp. 114-116

The Humanistic Heritage and Critical Theories

pp. 117-120

Shaw Annual VI

pp. 120-122

Conrad as Progressive Political Propagandist

pp. 122-125

Briefer Mention and Books Received

Briefer Mention

pp. 125-126

Books Received

p. 127



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Drawings by Dug Weston

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