Volume 47, Number 4, Winter 2009

Table of Contents

“A hundred sleeping years ago” In Commemoration of Algernon Charles Swinburne April 5, 1837—April 10, 1909

Terry L. Meyers and Rikky Rooksby, Guest Editors

Victorian Poetry Volume 47, 2009 Index

pp. 2-4
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Introduction

pp. 611-618
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Wagner, Baudelaire, Swinburne: Poetry in the Condition of Music

pp. 619-632
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Brothers in Paradox: Swinburne, Baudelaire, and the Paradox of Sin

pp. 633-645
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Erotic Figuration in Swinburne’s Tristram of Lyonesse, Canto 2: The Vanishing Knight and the Drift of Butterflies

pp. 647-659
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A Theory of Poetry: Swinburne’s “A Dark Month”

pp. 661-673
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Intimations and Imitations of Immortality: Swinburne’s “By the North Sea” and “Poeta Loquitur”

pp. 675-690
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Cosmopolitan Republican Swinburne, the Immersive Poet as Public Moralist

pp. 691-713
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“Much Regrafted Pain”: Schopenhauerian Love and the Fecundity of Pain in Atalanta in Calydon

pp. 715-731
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Swinburne and Thackeray’s The Newcomes

pp. 733-746
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“Will he rise and recover[?]”: Catullus, Castration, and Censorship in Swinburne’s “Dolores”

pp. 747-758
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Libidinous Laureates and Lyrical Maenads: Michael Field, Swinburne and Erotic Hellenism

pp. 759-776
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Some Reflections on the Text of Swinburne’s Unfinished Novel, the so-called “Lesbia Brandon”

pp. 777-786
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Swinburne’s “A Nympholept” in the Making

pp. 787-800
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Contributors

pp. 801-802
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