1. The Universal and Undying Appeal of Rudyard Kipling's Just So Stories for Little Children
  2. William B. Dillingham
  3. pp. 483-508
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  1. "The Portrait of Mr W. H.," Textual Identity, and Oscar Wilde's "Incalculable Injury"
  2. Ian Small
  3. pp. 509-532
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  1. Seeking the "Irish Dimension" in Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray: "What Does This Mean?"
  2. Richard Haslam
  3. pp. 533-558
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  1. Oscar Wilde's Aesthetics of Perception
  2. John G. Peters
  3. pp. 559-579
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  1. Edward Thomas and the Imagination
  2. Martin Brooks
  3. pp. 580-590
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  1. History and the Everyday in Arnold Bennett's The Old Wives' Tale
  2. Ryan John Edwards
  3. pp. 591-611
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  1. Evoking Charles Dickens's St. Evrémonde and Gaspard in Edith Nesbit's "The Violet Car": "Drive Him Fast to His Tomb"
  2. Terry W. Thompson
  3. pp. 612-623
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  1. Uncovering the Influence of Mary Eliza Haweis in Mina Loy's "Anglo-Mongrels and the Rose": "Consider your mother-in-law's stays"
  2. Charlotte Anne Whalen
  3. pp. 624-643
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  1. English Literature in Contradiction
  2. Regenia Gagnier
  3. pp. 644-650
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