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Florence S. Boos is Professor of English at the University of Iowa. She is the editor of History and Community: Essays in Victorian Medievalism (1992) and author of The Design of William Morris' The Earthly Paradise (1991)

John P. Farrell, recently retired as Professor of English at the University of Texas at Austin, has published numerous essays on the works of Matthew Arnold, as well as on many other Victorian authors. He was the Holmes Distinguished Visiting Professor at the University of Kansas in 2005.

Benjamin F. Fisher, Professor of English, University of Mississippi, has forthcoming essays on Mrs. J. H. Riddell, Marie Corelli, and Poe. He is also editing Ella D'Arcy's letters and working on a book on John Lane's Keynotes Series.

Linda K. Hughes is Professor of English at Texas Christian University. She is the author of The Manyfacèd Glass: Tennyson's Dramatic Monologues (1987) and co-author, with Michael Lund, of The Victorian Serial (1991).

Patricia E. Johnson is Professor of English and Humanities at Penn State Harrisburg and the author of Hidden Hands: Working-Class Women and Victorian Social-Problem Fiction (Ohio Univ. Press, 2001). She is presently working on an essay about Ethel Carnie's fairy tales.

Jeffrey B. Loomis teaches at Northwest Missouri State University. He is the author of Dayspring in Darkness: Sacrament in Hopkins (1988).

Margot K. Louis is Associate Professor of English at the University of Victoria and author of Swinburne and His Gods: The Roots and Growth of an Agnostic Poetry (1990).

Clinton Machann is Professor of English at Texas A&M University. Among his recent publication are The Genre of Autobiography in Victorian Literature (1994), The Essential Matthew Arnold: An Annotated Bibliography of Major Modern Studies (1993), and Matthew Arnold: A Literary Life (1998).

Stuart Peterfreund is Professor of English at Northeastern University. The author of books on Blake and Shelley, as well as the editor of a number of collections of essays by several hands, he has also published essays on the history of science, literature and science, and literary studies. His current major research project is a book-length study of natural theology in England from Bacon to Darwin and beyond.

David G. Riede, Professor of English at Ohio State University, has written books on Arnold, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, and Swinburne. His most recent book is Dante Gabriel Rossetti Revisited (1992).

Marjorie Stone is Professor of English and Women's Studies at Dalhousie University. She is author of Elizabeth Barrett Browning (Macmillan and St. Martin, 1995) and co-editor, with Judith Thompson, of Literary Couplings and the Construction of Authorship: Writing Couples and Collaborators in Historical Context (forthcoming, Wisconsin Univ. Press).



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