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Volume 47, Number 4, 2004

Table of Contents


H. Rider Haggard's Nada the Lily: A Triumph of Translation

pp. 371-397 | DOI: 10.2487/75U1-316R-75RK-0068

Coolie Cargoes: Emigrant Ships and the Burden of Representation in Joseph Conrad's Typhoon and James Dalziel's "Dead Reckoning"

pp. 398-428 | DOI: 10.2487/P13V-X481-01G0-768W

Science, Magic and Fraud in the Short Stories of Rudyard Kipling

pp. 429-445 | DOI: 10.2487/72G3-5668-57JT-82GG

Book Reviews

Victoria as Media Monarch

pp. 446-449

Beerbohm Biography

pp. 449-452

A Journal from the Great War

pp. 452-455

Female Cross-Gendering

pp. 455-459

Women Philanthropists

pp. 459-463

Women, Modernism & British Poetry

pp. 463-466

Geographies of Class & Crime

pp. 466-470

Conrad & Narrative

pp. 470-474

Joyce & the Early Freudians

pp. 474-475

The Discourses of Social Purity

pp. 476-480

Keeping Joyce's Audiences in Mind

pp. 480-484

Lawrence & Classic American Literature

pp. 484-488

Reluctant Modernists

pp. 488-491


pp. 491-493


pp. 493-495

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