restricted access   Volume 37, Number 1, 1994

Table of Contents

Editor's Fence

pp. 4-6


pp. 6-7


Congruous Incongruities: The Wilde-Beardsley "Collaboration"

pp. 9-26

Ella D'Arcy Reminisces

pp. 28-32

Yellow Book Celebrities

pp. 33-37

Diplomacy and Detection in Conan Doyle's "The Second Stain"

pp. 39-51

W. H. Hudson's Pilgrimage for a Poet

pp. 52-55

Book Reviews

Forster's A Passage to India

pp. 57-60

1890s British Theatre

pp. 60-64

The Painterly James

pp. 64-65

Henry James and Henry Adams

pp. 65-68

The Woolfs as Publishers

pp. 69-71

Bloomsbury Documents

pp. 71-75

Georgians at Work and in Love

pp. 75-79

Social Deviance

pp. 79-82

Women and Modernism

pp. 82-85

Feminist Perspectives on Hardy

pp. 85-88

Wilde and Middle-Class Masculinity

pp. 88-90

Late-Victorian Poets

pp. 90-91

Guide to Shaw

pp. 91-94

Shaw from France

pp. 94-96

Essays on Yeats

pp. 96-99

Public Space and the Thing Itself

pp. 99-103

Flat and Minor Characters

pp. 104-106

H.D.'s Freudian Poetics

pp. 106-109

Fear of the Other Woman

pp. 109-114

Lawrence Whole and Shredded

pp. 114-121

Lawrence's Sons and Lovers

pp. 121-125

Hillis Miller's Illustration

pp. 125-127

James Frazer and the Cambridge Ritualists

pp. 128-131

Publishers & Book-Making

pp. 131-133

Books Received

p. 134