restricted access   Volume 47, Number 2, 2004

Table of Contents

Articles

Homosocial Relations, Masculine Embodiment, and Imperialism in Stevenson's The Ebb-Tide

pp. 123-141
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T. Fisher Unwin's Pseudonym Library: Literary Marketing and Authorial Identity

pp. 143-160
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Constructing Artist and Critic Between J. M. Whistler and Oscar Wilde: "In the best days of art there were no art-critics"

pp. 161-180
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The Hound of the Baskervilles 100 Years After: A Review Essay

pp. 181-190
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Book Reviews

How Victorians Survive

pp. 191-193

The New Woman & Fin-de-Siècle France

pp. 193-197

Biography: Vernon Lee

pp. 197-200

Vita Sackville-West

pp. 200-203

The Medical & Literary Arts

pp. 203-206

Hardy: OUP's Context Series

pp. 206-209

G. K. Chesterton Again

pp. 210-213

Woolf & Astronomy

pp. 213-216

History in the Edwardian Era

pp. 216-220

Museums of Modernism

pp. 220-224

Shaw's Vision

pp. 225-227

Essays on T. E. Lawrence

pp. 227-231

Ulysses's Promise for a Post-Colonial Ireland

pp. 231-235

Modernism & Ireland

pp. 235-239

Cultural Nationalism on the Irish Stage

pp. 239-242

Précis Reviews

pp. 242-244