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  Volume 81, Number 1, Spring 2014

Table of Contents


Vacant Time in The Faerie Queene

pp. 1-27

"I Lack Advancement": Public Rhetoric, Private Prudence, and the Political Agent in Hamlet, 1561-1609

pp. 29-60

Donne's Biathanatos and the Public Sphere's Vexing Freedom

pp. 61-81

The Dream of a Literal World: Wilkins, Hobbes, Marvell

pp. 83-113

The Politics of Shakespeare Criticism in the Restoration and Early Eighteenth Century

pp. 115-142

David Hume, History Painter

pp. 143-165

The Poetic Limit: Mathematics, Aesthetics, and the Crisis of Infinity

pp. 167-195

Black Books: Sedition, Circulation, and The Lay of the Last Minstrel

pp. 197-223

Dramatizing Intimacy: Confessions and Free Indirect Discourse in Sense and Sensibility

pp. 225-244

Frankenstein; or, the Modern Protagonist

pp. 245-268

History, Historicism, and Agency at Byron's Ismail

pp. 269-297

No Second Friend?: Perpetual Maidenhood and Second Marriage in In Memoriam and "The Conjugial Angel"

pp. 299-323

Floating Worlds: Émigré Poetry and British Culture

pp. 325-350

Towards a New Architecture: Basil Bunting's Postwar Reconstruction

pp. 351-379

Encounter Magazine and the Twilight of Modernism

pp. 381-416

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