Volume 81, Number 3, Fall 2014

Table of Contents

Marlowe, Ramus, and the Reformation of Philosophy

pp. 693-732
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The Poet, the Skeptic, his Witches, and their Queen: Political Theology and Poetic Charms in Sidney’s Defence

pp. 733-756
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Spenser’s Irish Hubbub

pp. 757-786
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Classical Quotation in Titus Andronicus

pp. 787-810
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The Child’s Two Bodies: Shakespeare, Sovereignty, and the End of Succession

pp. 811-839
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Hamlet’s Poem to Ophelia and the Theater of the Letter

pp. 841-863
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Milton and the Microscope

pp. 865-888
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Libel and Satire: The Problem with Naming

pp. 889-921
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Filiation to Affiliation: Kinship and Sentiment in Equiano’s Interesting Narrative

pp. 923-954
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“The Great measur’d by the Less”: The Ethnological Turn in Eighteenth-Century Pastoral

pp. 955-982
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Conjectures on Beachy Head: Charlotte Smith’s Geological Poetics and the Ground of the Present

pp. 983-1006
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Decadent Form

pp. 1007-1027
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Anti-Colonial Metrics: Homeric Time in an Indian Prison, ca. 1909

pp. 1029-1053
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“Contagious Emotions” and the Ghost Dance Religion: Mooney’s Science, Black Elk’s Fever

pp. 1055-1082
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Beauty and the Beastly Prime Minister

pp. 1083-1110
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