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  Volume 49, Number 1, 2006

Table of Contents


Brief Encounter: Richard Aldington and the Englishwoman

pp. 3-13 | DOI: 10.2487/P5N5-87P2-43V0-5K06

Compton Mackenzie, Liberal Education, and the Oxford Novel: "Sympathy for the Normal"

pp. 14-30 | DOI: 10.2487/7RN8-7184-6136-3638

Ivor Gurney's Creative Reading of Walt Whitman: Thinking of Paumanok

pp. 31-48 | DOI: 10.2487/Y5U7-8186-N211-3657

Character and the Modern City: George Gissing's Urban Negotiations

pp. 49-62 | DOI: 10.2487/F105-1416-2V17-7728

Book Reviews

Kipling Letters, 5 & 6

pp. 63-66

Hardy's 'Facts' Notebook

pp. 66-69

Second Thoughts on Hardy's Life

pp. 69-73

Forster & Cavafy

pp. 73-76

A Raj Quartet

pp. 76-79

Ford Madox Ford As Postmodernist

pp. 79-81

Wells & the Conference on the Fantastic

pp. 81-85

Woolf as Feminist

pp. 85-88

Bloomsbury, Modernism & China

pp. 88-92

Aesthetics of Chaos

pp. 92-95

Joyce & Psychoanalysis

pp. 95-99

Gaelic Prose & the Irish Free State

pp. 99-103

Essays on Eliot

pp. 103-106

The Cambridge Lawrence

pp. 106-109

Gissing Bibliography

pp. 109-114

Bryher's Novel Reissued

pp. 114-117

Précis Reviews

pp. 118-119

Research Areas


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