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  • Victorian Poetry IndexVolume 56, 2018
477 Lee Behlman
The Case of Light Verse, or Vers de Société
197 James Finn Cotter
“Felix Randal the farrier”: Visiting the Sick
433 Annmarie Drury
Aural Community and William Barnes as Earwitness
265 Sarah Gilead
Ubi Sunt: Allusion and Temporality in Victorian Poetry
27 Lesley Higgins
Hopkins, in Three Words
181 Elizabeth Howard
“To Admire and Do Otherwise”: Hopkins’s Modified Translations of Shakespeare’s Casket Song
1 Amy Kahrmann Huseby
“Half-Poets” and “Whole Democrats”: The Politics of Poetic Aggregation in Aurora Leigh
381 Olivia Loksing Moy
Simian, Amphibian, and Able: Reevaluating Browning’s Caliban
213 Kate Nesbit
Revising Respiration: Mesmerism, Spiritualism, and the Shared Breath of Poetic Voice in Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s Aurora Leigh
167 Michael Rutherglen
Hopkins’s Material Poetics: Sense and the Inscapes of Speech
129 Julia F. Saville
Anthropocentrism and the Soul of Hopkins’s Ecopoetics
455 Rose Sneyd
Matthew Arnold and Giacomo Leopardi: Modernist Lyric Poetics and Stoic Pessimism in “Dover Beach”
233 Clare Stainthorp
On the Discovery of a Sequence of Constance Naden’s Notebooks: Finding Her Voice, 1875–1879
47 Andrew M. Stauffer
The Goblin Men and the Flower Girl: New Sources for “Goblin Market”
147 Justin Tackett
Phonographic Hopkins: Sound, Cylinders, Silence, and “Spelt from Sibyl’s Leaves”
59 Matthew VanWinkle
Christina Rossetti’s “By Way of Remembrance”: Address, Intertextuality, and Abiding Self-Scrutiny
111 Helen Vendler
Catching Fire: “The Windhover”
413 Oliver Wort
Staging “Fra Lippo Lippi”
81 Angelika Zirker
“All about fishes”? The Riddle of Humpty Dumpty’s Song and Recursive Understanding in Lewis Carroll’s Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There

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