1. Children Asleep in the Underground: The Tube Shelters of Brandt and Moore
  2. David Ashford
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  1. Perspicuous Opacity: Marianne Moore and Truth in a Fallen World
  2. Ben Reizenstein
  3. pp. 317-337
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  1. How Does Your Garden Grow?
  2. Tom Walker
  3. pp. 338-342
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  1. Who Do You Think You Are?
  2. Ruth Abbott
  3. pp. 342-352
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  1. 'Books and the Man I Sing': New Work on the Eighteenth-Century Literary Marketplace
  2. Tom Jones
  3. pp. 352-358
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  1. Seeing Through the Text
  2. Jane Partner
  3. pp. 359-361
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  1. The Sister Arts Revisited
  2. Richard C. Sha
  3. pp. 361-365
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  1. Should We Like Munday After All?
  2. Richard Rowland
  3. pp. 365-369
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  1. 'That Uncertain Name'
  2. Gillian Wright
  3. pp. 369-374
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  1. Rereading Austen
  2. Anne C. Henry
  3. pp. 374-381
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  1. Astrophil and Others
  2. Helen Moore
  3. pp. 381-385
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  1. To Keep Coming Back
  2. Claire Lockwood
  3. pp. 385-393
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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. p. 394
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  1. Contents of The Cambridge Quarterly Volume Thirty-Six (2007)
  2. pp. 396-399
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