restricted access   Volume 61, Number 2, 2018

Table of Contents


Human-Animal "Mother-Love" in Novels by Olive Schreiner

pp. 147-171

Rudyard Kipling's "The Record of Badalia Herodsfoot": Reassessing Its Significance

pp. 172-188

Imperial Anxiety and the Failure of Emancipation in Florence Marryat's Fin-de-Siècle Fictions

pp. 189-210

Time and Memory in Amy Levy's Collegiate Writing: "My Present Mind"

pp. 211-231

Reading Edith Sitwell's Annual Poetry Anthology Wheels Through the Lens of Female Aestheticism

pp. 232-249

Book Reviews

Reconsidering Maud Gonne

pp. 250-255

The Recovery of Palastine & T. E. Lawrnece

pp. 255-259

H. G. Wells & the Bicycle

pp. 259-262

Hardy's Resting Places

pp. 262-265

Hardy & the Importance of Victorian Communications

pp. 266-269

A Novel (Memoir) on Thomas Hardy

pp. 269-273

An Edwardian Social Microscope

pp. 273-276

World War I & the Scottish Past

pp. 276-278

Woolf's Diaries, Continued

pp. 279-282

The Grand Babylon Hotel: A Ripping Good Yarn

pp. 282-285

New Edition on Irish Fiction & Drama

pp. 285-288