restricted access   Volume 59, Number 4, 2016

Table of Contents


Challenges in Editing Late Nineteenth-and Early Twentieth-Century Prose Fiction: What Is Editorial “Completeness”?

pp. 435-455

Arthur Conan Doyle’s Spiritualist British Commonwealth: “The great unifying force”

pp. 456-472

Metropolitan Manliness: Ancient Rome, Victorian London, and the Rhetoric of the New, 1880–1914

pp. 473-492

Music in E. M. Forster’s A Room with a View and Howards End: The Conflicting Presentation of Nineteenth-Century Aesthetics

pp. 493-509

Robert Barr’s Life at The Idler: Four Unpublished Letters

pp. 510-524

Book Reviews

Among the Very Best Studies of Modernism

pp. 525-528

Drawn from the Classics: Graphic Adaptations of Literary Works

pp. 528-531

Imperialism Through Melodrama

pp. 531-534

How British Theatre Fought the Great War

pp. 535-537

Worth Waiting For

pp. 537-540

Yeats: Poetic Expression, Money, Trade & Globalization

pp. 540-543

Recovering Their Voices: Irish Women Novelists in Britain

pp. 543-547

Timing Is Essential: The Little Review “Ulysses”

pp. 547-552

Woolf & “Taboo Questions”

pp. 553-556

Wells’s Ann Veronica

pp. 556-559