1. The War of the Worlds in the Boston Post and the Rise of American Imperialism: “Let Mars Fire”
  2. Steven Mollmann
  3. pp. 387-412
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  1. Edwardian Spy Literature and the Ethos of Sportsmanship: The Sport of Spying
  2. Thomas Hitchner
  3. pp. 413-430
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  1. First World War English Elegy and the Disavowal of Women’s Sentimental Poetics
  2. Claire Buck
  3. pp. 431-450
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  1. The Figure of Watteau in Walter Pater’s “Prince of Court Painters” and Michael Field’s Sight and Song
  2. Kit Andrews
  3. pp. 451-484
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  1. Visionary Imagination
  2. Maureen Moran
  3. pp. 485-488
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  1. The Several Lives of Joseph Conrad (review)
  2. Kiel Hume
  3. pp. 488-491
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  1. Conrad’s Writing as Criticism
  2. Richard Niland
  3. pp. 491-494
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  1. “Educate, Permeate, Irritate
  2. Michel W. Pharand
  3. pp. 494-496
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  1. Gentlemanly Appetites
  2. Benjamin F. Fisher
  3. pp. 497-498
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  1. Dance in the Nineteenth Century
  2. Anna Peak
  3. pp. 498-500
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  1. American Indians & the British
  2. Siobhan Carroll
  3. pp. 500-504
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  1. Valedictory Volume: Cambridge Lawrence
  2. Peter Balbert
  3. pp. 504-509
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  1. Joyce, Imperialism, & Postcolonialism (review)
  2. E. P. Walkiewicz
  3. pp. 509-513
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  1. Contextualizing Joyce
  2. Christopher Devault
  3. pp. 513-516
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  1. Criticism on the Money
  2. Terry Caesar
  3. pp. 517-519
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