In this Issue
ELT publishes articles on fiction, poetry, drama, or subjects of cultural interest in the 1880–1920 period of British literature. Submissions are typically 20–25 double-spaced pages. While we publish reviews of books about Joseph Conrad, Henry James, James Joyce, D. H. Lawrence, Virginia Woolf, and W. B. Yeats, we do not publish articles on such major figures unless the discussion is linked to less-prominent authors of the era. We do not publish unsolicited book reviews.
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viewing issueVolume 61, Number 4, 2018
Table of Contents
- Symons: MHRA Editions
- pp. 520-525
- Examining the Decadent Sensorium
- pp. 525-528
- Human Creativity
- pp. 529-533
- The Victorian Illustrated Book
- pp. 533-536
- 1922: Did That Year Change Literature?
- pp. 536-542
- Mapping the Networks of India in Britain
- pp. 542-546
- Woolf & Film
- pp. 546-550
- Breaking Up is [Not] Hard to [Not] Do
- pp. 550-553
- Joyce & the Law
- pp. 553-565
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