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- Victorian Poetry
- West Virginia University Press
- “Mighty through thy Meats and Drinks Am I”: The Gendered Politics of Feast and Fast in Tennyson’s Idylls of the King Volume 52, Number 2, Summer 2014, pp. 225-249
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This issue contains 6 articles in total
- Masculine Identification and Marital Dissolution in Aurora Leigh
- “Strong Traivelling”: Re-visions of Women’s Subjectivity and Female Labor in the Ballad-work of Elizabeth Siddal
- “Mighty through thy Meats and Drinks Am I”: The Gendered Politics of Feast and Fast in Tennyson’s Idylls of the King
- Browning and the Intelligent Uses of Anger in The Ring and the Book
- Infinite Movement: Robert Browning and the Dramatic Travelogue
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