1. Aging and Periodicity in The Picture of Dorian Gray and The Ambassadors: An Aesthetic Adulthood
  2. Glenn Clifton
  3. pp. 283-302
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  1. Bram Stoker’s Reflections on the American Character
  2. Carol A. Senf
  3. pp. 303-319
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  1. G. K. Chesterton’s Assimilation of Fin-de-Siècle Voices in The Man Who Was Thursday: The Dialogic Sensibility
  2. Michael Shallcross
  3. pp. 320-343
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  1. Stealing History in The Hound of the Baskervilles
  2. James Krasner
  3. pp. 344-361
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  1. Metanarratives of Authorship in Fin-de-Siècle Popular Fiction: “Is That All You Do, Write Stories?”
  2. Victoria Margree
  3. pp. 362-389
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  1. Wilde’s Earnest Annotated
  2. Bruce Bashford
  3. pp. 390-395
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  1. Degeneration Theory at the Fin de Siècle
  2. Sharla Hutchison
  3. pp. 396-399
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  1. Puritanism & Modernist Novels
  2. Justin Neuman
  3. pp. 399-402
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  1. The New Imperialism
  2. Neil E. Hultgren
  3. pp. 402-406
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  1. Norman Douglas: Correspondence
  2. Owen Knowles
  3. pp. 406-409
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  1. “Beastliness” at the Fin de Siècle
  2. Richard A. Kaye
  3. pp. 409-413
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  1. Early Modernist Travel Writing and Travel Fiction
  2. David Deutsch
  3. pp. 413-417
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  1. D. H. Lawrence & Australia
  2. Peter Balbert
  3. pp. 417-423
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  1. Critical Companions for Reading Ulysses
  2. Christopher DeVault
  3. pp. 423-427
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  1. Strange Bedfellows
  2. Mary Lowe-Evans
  3. pp. 427-432
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