restricted access   Volume 49, Number 3, 2006

Table of Contents

Articles

Bram Stoker, Geneviève Ward and The Lady of the Shroud: Gothic Weddings and Performing Vampires

pp. 251-271
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Rupert Brooke's Celebrity Aesthetic

pp. 272-292
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Incest and the Trafficking of Women in Mrs. Warren's Profession: "It Runs in the Family"

pp. 293-310
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Masculinity and Spectacle in Mew's "A White Night": Into the Cave, Not Up the River

pp. 311-325
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Book Reviews

OUP's Dorian Gray

pp. 326-329

May Laffan Hartley

pp. 329-333

The New Woman & Empire

pp. 333-336

Female Vision

pp. 337-340

1901 & All That

pp. 340-343

British Art, 1848-1914

pp. 343-346

Modernism & Celebrity

pp. 346-349

The Poetry of Shell Shock

pp. 350-353

Playing Seriously

pp. 353-356

Raising the Mind Above Itself

pp. 356-359

History of British Theatre

pp. 359-362

Conrad & Poland

pp. 362-365

Précis Reviews

pp. 366-367