restricted access   Volume 41, Number 4, Winter 2003

Table of Contents

From: Victorian Poetry

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Introduction

pp. 459-463
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A Bounded Field: Situating Victorian Poetry in the Literary Landscape

pp. 465-472
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Reading/Writing the Forgotten: The Poetry of Mary Boddington

pp. 473-481
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Doing Things with Poems: Performativity and Cultural Form

pp. 481-490
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Novel Poetry: Transgressing the Law of Genre

pp. 490-499
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Productive Convergences, Producing Converts

pp. 500-504
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Why Clough? Why Now?

pp. 504-512
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Victorian Poetry as Victorian Studies

pp. 513-518
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Post-Romantic Ideologies and Victorian Poetic Practice, or, the Future of Criticism at the Present Time

pp. 519-525
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Victorian Paperwork

pp. 526-531
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A Note Upon the "Liquid Crystal Screen" and Victorian Poetry

pp. 531-536
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Conjuring the Spirit: Victorian Poetry, Culture, and Technology

pp. 536-544
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In the Valley of the Shadow of Books

pp. 544-552
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Budgets and Brownings: The Function of Poetry at the Present Time

pp. 552-559
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From Ancient to Victorian Cultural Studies: Assessing Foucault

pp. 559-569
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Canonicity, Marginality, and the Celebration of the Minor

pp. 570-574
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What Kind of a Critical Category is "Women's Poetry"?

pp. 575-584
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Re-reading Women's Poetry at the Turn of the Century

pp. 584-589
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On Cultural Neoformalism, Spasmodic Poetry, and the Victorian Ballad

pp. 590-596
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Whither, Whether, Woolf: Victorian Poetry and A Room of One's Own

pp. 596-603
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Victorian Poetry's Modernity

pp. 603-611
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Consigned to Sepia: Remembering Victorian Poetry

pp. 611-620
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Women Poets and the Sister Arts in Nineteenth-Century England

pp. 621-628
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The Ecology of Victorian Poetry

pp. 629-635
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"A Use in Measured Language": Poetry and Poetic Criticism after September 11

pp. 636-642
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The Two Voices

pp. 642-645
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 647-649
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