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EDITUKS' FENCE 1. Call for Kipling Papers: In Volume 29: 1 and 2 (1986), ELT will publish essays commemorating the bUth anniversary of Rudyard Kipling's death. Scholars should address the original essay and one copy, with sufficient return postage, to ELT no later than 1 September 198b. We welcome a wide range of topics on Kipling's writings. Special consideration may be given to his short stories and new biographical information. 2. Subscription Kates Must Increase: We have done our best to maintain present subscription rates for individual as well as institutional subscribers, numbering nearly 8OU in all fifty states and over thirty countries. Domestic rates have not increased since 19&1, Foreign rates not since 1982--a claim few academic journals can make. because of the sale of Index 11, in recent years ELT has successfully met the usual but unhappy printing increases. It is a simple fact, however, that we must raise the rates. The "diligent" U.S. postal service has also scheduled another increase in the spring. Barring international economic chaos, ELT's new subscription rates will hold through 1987--longer if possible. All in all, $9 Domestic and $11 Foreign are modest charges for a publication 1 i tee ELT, with its expanded coverage of books, essays, special numbers, bibliographies, Foreiyn Keports and Special Collections Keports . 3. Forthcoming: Among other features, Volume 28:1 and 2 will present "Robert Sherard: Friend of Uscar Wilde" (Kevin H. F. O'Brien, St. Francis Xavier University), "Samuel Butler and Charles Paine Pauli: A Friendship Reconsidered" (Ross Stuart, Cambridge University), "An Assessment of Wilfrid Uwen" (Richard Hoffpauir, University of Alberta), "Illegitimate Urder: Cosmopolitanism and Liberalism in Forster's Howards End" (Mary Ellis Gibson, University of North CarolinäTT "News from E. Nesbit: Socialism and 1 he Story of the Amu I et" (Suzanne Kahn, Pacific Lutheran University)^ "The Usci11ati ng Text : A Reading of 1 he Private Papers of Henry Ryecroft" (Andrew Hassan, England), "John Addington Symonds: Update of a Bibliography of Writings About Him" (Carl Markgraf, Portland State University), "Foreign Report: Recent Work on Hardy in Japan" (Minoru Uda, Fukuoka University of Education), and "Special Collections Report" (Frederick Korn, Florida State University). Numbers 1 ana 2 will include among others reviews of Zdzislaw Najder's Conrad under Familiai Eyes (David Leon Higdon), Dwight H. Purdy's Joseph Conrad's Bible (Daniel R. Schwarz), p. j. M. Scott's E_^ M^ Förster:' Uu r Permanent Contemporary (Judith Scherer Herz), Lago and Furbank's Selected Letters of E. M. Forster, Vol urne Une 1879-192U (Frederick P. W. McDowell), Stephen E.Tabachnick's The T . E. Lawrence Puzzle ( M a r i a η η a Brose), and Ann Snitnow's Ford Uncertainty (Kathryn Rentz). Madox Ford and the Voice of 186 ANNOUNCEMENTS 1. Conference: Northeast Vi ctori an Studies Association Conference : "Victorians and the Supernatural," 19-21 April 198b, Rhode Island College. Address Earl E. Stevens Uept., Rhode island College, Providence, Ki U29U8. Eng I i s h 2. Call for Papers: Norman Page is planning a special issue of the Thomas Hardy Annual, Vol. 15, to commemorate the centenary of The Woodlanders and The Mayor of Casterbridge. He welcomes essays of any Tength on any aspect ö~T these two novels. Address Norman Page, English Uept., University of TbU 2Eb. Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 3. Ca I I for Papers: Victorians at Home will be the topic of the Ninth Annual Meeting of the Midwest Victorian Studies Association in Chicago, 26-27 April 198b. The Association welcomes proposals treating varied aspects of Victorian lite, such as family structures, feminine roles, domestic architecture and design, and leisure activities. Eight- to ten-page papers or two-page abstracts should be sent no later than lb November 1984. Address Kristine üttesen (¿arrigan, English Dept., DePaul University, 2323 North Seminary Ave., Chicago, IL 6Ubi4. 187 ...


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