restricted access   Volume 41, Number 3, Fall 2003

Table of Contents

From: Victorian Poetry

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Arms and the Circassian Woman: Frances Browne's "The Star of Atteghei"

pp. 295-318
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The Hero and the Sage: Elizabeth Barrett's Sonnets "To George Sand" in Victorian Context

pp. 319-332
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Two Interpolated Speeches in Robert Browning's A Death in the Desert

pp. 333-347
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Brief Article

"Death lies dead: The Allusive Texture of Swinburne's "A Forsaken Garden"

pp. 348-352
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The Year's Work in Victorian Poetry

Guide to the Year's Work: General Materials

pp. 353-359
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Specialized Materials

pp. 359-364
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Matthew Arnold

pp. 364-376
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Elizabeth Barrett Browning

pp. 377-394
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Robert Browning

pp. 394-402
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Thomas Hardy

pp. 402-412
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Gerard Manley Hopkins

pp. 412-419
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The Poets of the Nineties

pp. 419-424
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The Pre-Raphaelites

pp. 424-435
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Swinburne

pp. 435-439
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Tennyson

pp. 439-449
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Book Reivew

The Earthly Paradise (review)

pp. 450-455
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 457-458
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