restricted access   Volume 65, Number 3, Fall 1998

Table of Contents

From: ELH

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Career Rivalry and the Writing of Counter-Nationhood: Ovid, Spenser, and Philomela in Marlowe's "The Passionate Shephered to His Love"

pp. 523-555

The Pepys Show: Ghost-Writing and Documentary Desire in The Diary

pp. 557-591

A Witty French Preacher in the English Court, Dryden, and the Great Debate on the Real Presence, 1661-1688

pp. 593-616

Variations on a Theme: Baroque and Neoclassical Aesthetics in the St. Cecilia Day Odes of Dryden and Pope

pp. 617-635

Disturbing Surfaces: Representations of the Fragment in The School for Scandal

pp. 637-652

"Scenes of Horror," Scenes of Sensibility: Sentimentality and Slavery in John Gabriel Stedman's Narrative of a Five Years Expedition Against the Revolted Negroes of Surinam

pp. 653-673

Yellow Fever and the Slave Trade: Coleridge's The Rime of the Ancient Mariner

pp. 675-700

Fear of Falling: Walter Pater's Marius the Epicurean as a Dangerous Influence

pp. 701-729

"'Men Work Together,' I Told Him from the Heart": Frost's (In)Delicate Masculinity

pp. 731-756

Molly Bloom: Acting Natural

pp. 757-778