1. Allegory and the Art of Memory in Book 2 of Spenser's Faerie Queene
  2. Amy Cooper
  3. pp. 791-816
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  1. Ophelia's Desire
  2. James J. Marino
  3. pp. 817-839
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  1. "And palate call judicious": Paradise Lost and the Question of Taste
  2. Eric B. Song
  3. pp. 841-864
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  1. Daniel Defoe and the Whig Tradition in Satire
  2. Joseph Hone
  3. pp. 865-890
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  1. Joseph Addison's Lucretian Imagination
  2. Laura Baudot
  3. pp. 891-918
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  1. Fiction, Finance, and Eliza Wharton's "Awful Futurity" in Early America
  2. Andrew Kopec
  3. pp. 919-942
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  1. Viewless Scenes: Vividness and Nineteenth-Century Ideals of Reading in and through Gertrude of wyoming
  2. Julia Hansen
  3. pp. 943-977
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  1. Conversing in Verse
  2. Elizabeth Helsinger
  3. pp. 979-1003
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  1. Thug Life: Confession, Subjectivity, Sovereignty
  2. Padma Rangarajan
  3. pp. 1005-1028
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  1. Dissociating Psychology: Religion, Inspiration, and T. S. Eliot's Subliminal Mind
  2. Jamie Callison
  3. pp. 1029-1059
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. 1063-1066
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