restricted access   Volume 56, Number 4, Autumn 2016

Table of Contents

Introduction

pp. 731-735
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William Blake, Charles Lamb, and Urban Antimodernity

pp. 737-756
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Anglo-German Connections in William Blake, Johann Georg Hamann, and the Moravians

pp. 757-776
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Allegories of Origins: Frankenstein after the Enlightenment

pp. 777-798
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Colonial Ressentiment, Enlightenment Thought, and the Impasses of Decolonization

pp. 799-821
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The Social Organization of Schools (around 1800)

pp. 823-843
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Reenacting Cook’s Voyages in Nineteenth-Century Visual Culture

pp. 845-869
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The Transforming Power of the Victoria Cross, 1856–2010

pp. 871-893
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The Opium Connection: Thomas De Quincey, Charles Dickens, and D. W. Griffith

pp. 895-924
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Recent Studies in the Nineteenth Century

pp. 925-973
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Books Received

pp. 974-987
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The Monroe Kirk Spears Award

p. i
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Index: Studies in English Literature 1500–1900, Vol. 56, 2016

pp. ii-iv
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