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  Volume 48, Number 4, 2005

Table of Contents


Robert Louis Stevenson's "The Clockmaker" and "The Scientific Ape": Two Unpublished Fables

pp. 387-400

The Clockmaker

pp. 397-400

The Scientific Ape

pp. 401-403

Bridges and Housman as Elegists: The Modern Threshold

pp. 404-419

Rudyard Kipling's Literary Property, International Copyright Law and The Naulahka

pp. 420-435

The Ambivalently Modern Master: Hedges Against the Modern in Meredith's The Amazing Marriage

pp. 436-458

Book Reviews

Polysemous Shaw

pp. 459-462

Playboys: Production Histories

pp. 462-464

Gender & the London Theatre, 1880-1920

pp. 464-466

Victorian Transgression

pp. 466-468

The Politics of 19th-Century Fiction

pp. 468-472

Early Victorian Industry

pp. 472-476

Conrad Casebook

pp. 476-479

Conrad's Narratives of Difference

pp. 479-482

Ford's Modernity

pp. 482-485

Pound & H.D.

pp. 485-489

James & Gender Fiction

pp. 489-492

Sacrifice in Modernist Fiction

pp. 492-495

Joyce's Critics

pp. 495-499

Colonial Odysseys

pp. 500-503

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