1. Arthur Conan Doyle’s Spiritualist British Commonwealth: “The great unifying force”
  2. Angela Fowler
  3. pp. 456-472
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  1. Metropolitan Manliness: Ancient Rome, Victorian London, and the Rhetoric of the New, 1880–1914
  2. Laura Eastlake
  3. pp. 473-492
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  1. Music in E. M. Forster’s A Room with a View and Howards End: The Conflicting Presentation of Nineteenth-Century Aesthetics
  2. Gemma Moss
  3. pp. 493-509
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  1. Robert Barr’s Life at The Idler: Four Unpublished Letters
  2. Troy J. Bassett
  3. pp. 510-524
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  1. Among the Very Best Studies of Modernism
  2. Terry Caesar
  3. pp. 525-528
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  1. Drawn from the Classics: Graphic Adaptations of Literary Works
  2. Susan Kirtley
  3. pp. 528-531
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  1. Imperialism Through Melodrama
  2. Dennis Denisoff
  3. pp. 531-534
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  1. How British Theatre Fought the Great War
  2. Stanley Weintraub
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  1. Worth Waiting For
  2. Bernard F. Dukore
  3. pp. 537-540
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  1. Yeats: Poetic Expression, Money, Trade & Globalization
  2. James H. Murphy
  3. pp. 540-543
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  1. Recovering Their Voices: Irish Women Novelists in Britain
  2. Janis Dawson
  3. pp. 543-547
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  1. Timing Is Essential: The Little Review “Ulysses”
  2. John S. Gordon
  3. pp. 547-552
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  1. Woolf & “Taboo Questions”
  2. Molly Youngkin
  3. pp. 553-556
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  1. Wells’s Ann Veronica
  2. Michael Sherborne
  3. pp. 556-559
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