Volume 84, Number 3, Fall 2017

Table of Contents

Why Colin Clout Came Back: English Reformation Literature and Edmund Spenser’s Late Work

pp. 503-527
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Licentious Rhymers: John Donne and the Late-Elizabethan Couplet Revival

pp. 529-558
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A Balsome for Both the Hemispheres: Tears as Medicine in Herbert’s Temple and Seventeenth-Century Preaching

pp. 559-590
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Milton’s Political Ontology of the Human

pp. 591-616
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Romantic Stone Speech and the Appeal of the Inorganic

pp. 617-647
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Will plus Words plus Worth: What’s in a Name?

pp. 649-688
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De Quincey, Dictionaries, and Casuistry

pp. 689-713
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“Fumbling Along the Boundaries of the Personal”: History and Affect in Elizabeth Bowen’s The Last September

pp. 715-740
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The Scandal of a Black Ulysses: Wallace Thurman, Richard Bruce Nugent, and the Harlem Reception of Joyce

pp. 741-763
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The Formalist Genesis of “Postcolonial” Reading: Brathwaite, Bhabha, and A House for Mr Biswas

pp. 765-789
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