1. Notes on Contributors
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  1. ‘Now Let Us Sport Us While We May’: First Person Plural and the Lyric Voice
  2. Eileen Sperry
  3. pp. 197-212
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  1. Sonnets and the First Person Plural
  2. Raphael Lyne
  3. pp. 213-230
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  1. Multiple Choice: Terrance Hayes’s Response-Poems and the African American Lyric ‘We’
  2. Christopher Spaide
  3. pp. 231-257
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  1. Poetry’s We: A Response
  2. Bonnie Costello
  3. pp. 258-268
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  1. The Quiet Contemporary American Novel by Rachel Sykes (review)
  2. Diarmuid Hester
  3. pp. 269-273
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  1. Working: Researching, Interviewing, Writing by Robert A. Caro (review)
  2. Michael Kalisch
  3. pp. 273-282
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  1. The Poem: Lyric, Sign, Metre by Don Paterson (review)
  2. Stuart A. Hart
  3. pp. 282-288
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  1. Common: The Development of Literary Culture in Sixteenth-Century England by Neil Rhodes (review)
  2. Esther Osorio Whewell
  3. pp. 289-294
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  1. Thinking Through Style ed. by Michael Hurley, Marcus Waithe, and: The Value of Style in Fiction by Garrett Stewart (review)
  2. Gabriel Roberts
  3. pp. 295-302
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