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  Volume 45, Number 2, 2002

Table of Contents


The Curious Case of Sir Everard im Thurn and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: Exploration & the Imperial Adventure Novel, The Lost World

pp. 131-157

Ernest Dowson and the Duality of Late-Victorian Girlhood: "Her Double Perversity"

pp. 158-175

The Ideology Behind The Sorceress of the Strand: Gender, Race, and Criminal Witchcraft

pp. 176-194


English Avant-Garde, 1901-1918

pp. 195-197

Companion to Modernism

pp. 197-202

Modernism & Nationalism

pp. 202-205

Mansfield & Woolf

pp. 205-209

West's Novels

pp. 209-213

James after 1900

pp. 213-217

James & Adolescence

pp. 217-220

A Hardy Festschrift

pp. 220-224

The Literary Detective

pp. 224-227

Case Studies of Pathology

pp. 227-230

Wilde as Humanist

pp. 230-232

Postmodern Shaw

pp. 232-236

Behind the Scenes

pp. 236-240

Garber & Academic Instincts

pp. 240-242

Joyce & the Saints Above

pp. 242-246

Two on Lawrence

pp. 246-249

Hopkins & Homoerotic Asceticism

pp. 249-253


pp. 253-255

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