Volume 51, Number 2, 2008

Table of Contents

From: English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920

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The Very First Lady Chatterley? Mrs. Havelock Ellis’s Seaweed

pp. 123-137
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The Creative Editor: Robert Ross, Oscar Wilde and the Collected Works

pp. 138-151
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Paul Verlaine and A Platonic Lament: Beardsley’s Portrayal of a Parallel Love Story in Wilde’s Salome

pp. 152-163
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Edward Thomas, Swinburne, and Richard Jefferies: “The dead oak tree bough”

pp. 164-183
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The Publication and Reception of W. E. Henley’s A Book of Verses: “The Diversity of Contemporary Tongues”

pp. 184-204
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Book Reviews

The Question of T. E. Hulme’s Modernism

pp. 205-209

A Biography: Leonard Woolf

pp. 209-212

Hopkins: The Collected Works, IV

pp. 212-215

Decadence, High Art, & Popular Writing

pp. 215-219

War Poetry: From the Victorian Age to the Present

pp. 219-222

Gissing’s Short Stories

pp. 222-225

Essays on Decadence

pp. 225-228

The Michael Fields

pp. 228-231

James on the Screen

pp. 231-235

Literacy & Book Production

pp. 235-238

Précis Reviews

Précis Reviews

pp. 238-240