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- Victorian Poetry
- West Virginia University Press
- Volume 43, Number 1, Spring 2005
- Looking Strategically: Feminist and Queer Aesthetics in Michael Field's Sight and Song
- "Where ignorant armies clash by night" and the Sikh Rebellion: A Contemporary Source for Matthew Arnold's Night-Battle Imagery
- "Hardly Shall I Tell My Joys and Sorrows": Robert Browning's Engagement With Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Poetics
- Protesting Success: Tennyson's "Indecent Exposure" in the Periodicals
- Graven Images: The Woman Writer, the Indian Poetess, and Imperial Aesthetics in L.E.L.'s "Hindoo Temples and Palaces at Madura"
- Hopkins and Cynewulf: "The Wreck of the Deutschland," "The Windhover," "The Blessed Virgin compared to the Air we Breathe," and the Christ
- Naming and Not Naming: Tennyson and Mallarme
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