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E. M. Forster. Commonplace Book, ed. Philip Gardner. By Judith Scherer Herz More Letters of Oscar Wilde, ed. Rupert Hart-Davis. By Edwin Smith Barbara Arnett Melchiori. Terrorism in the Late Victorian Novel. By Patrick Brantlinger Brian Stableford. Scientific Romance in Britain: 1890-1950. By William J. Scheick Jean Moorcroft Wilson. Charles Hamilton Sorley: A Biography and The Collected Poems of Charles Hamilton Sorley. By Larry K. Uffelman Landscapes and Literati: Unpublished Letters of W. H. Hudson and eorge Gissing, eds. Den......."" By Martha S. Vogeler George Gissing, eds. Dennis Shrubsall and Pierre Coustillas. Rachel Bowlby. Just Looking: Consumer Culture in Dreiser, Gissing, and Zola. By Loraine Fletcher DecÃ-an Kiberd. Men and Feminism in Modern Literature. By Thelma Shinn Briefer Mention and Books Received 443-444 444-447 447-449 449-451 451-453 453-455 455-457 457-459 460-461 ANNOUNCEMENTS 1. MLA Wells Session: "The Early Wells: Fictional Structures and Prophetic Anticipations" is the title of the Wells session at December's MLA in New York. Wendell Harris is chair, and panelists include William J. Scheick, Robert Philmus, and John Huntington. Please consult the MLA Program for the date and time. 2. Call for Papers: Victorian Scandals: Decorum and Its Enemies will be the topic of the Eleventh Annual Meeting of the Midwest Victorian Studies Association in Chicago, 24-25 April 1987. The Association welcomes proposals examining challenges to accepted standards (social, moral, aesthetic, or intellectual) in Victorian Britain. Eight-to ten-page papers or two-page abstracts should be sent no later than 10 November 1986 to Kristine Ottesen Garrigan, MVSA Executive Secretary, Department of English and Communication, DePaul University, 2323 N. Seminary Avenue, Chicago, IL 60614-3298. 350 ...


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