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    • From the editor 

      Tharaud, Barry (Nineteenth-Century Prose, 2008)
      The present number (35/2) of Nineteenth-Century Prose is a general issue that includes a broad range of articles, review articles, and reviews from both American and British literature. The issue leads off with two articles ...
    • From the editor 

      Tharaud, Barry (Nineteenth-Century Prose, 2009-09)
      The Fall 2009 issue of Nineteenth-Century Prose is abundant in range and size. The issue begins with Peter Betjemann’s discussion of late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century attitudes toward a crafts tradition in Britain ...
    • From the editor 

      Tharaud, Barry (Nineteenth-Century Prose, 2009)
      The Spring 2009 issue of Nineteenth-Century Prose (Volume 36, Number 1) is a special issue on William Hazlitt, guest-edited by James Mulvihill, who will join the Editorial Board of this journal beginning with the next ...
    • Marginality in the contemporary british novel 

      Kılıç, Mine Özyurt (Taylor & Francis, 2011)
      Bergmann Loizeaux argues convincingly that the ekphrastic poet often felt a kinship with painters of the past, especially in the twentieth century. Marginalized as members of an elite form of art, poets sought visual ...
    • Special Issue on William Hazlitt 

      Tharaud, Barry (Nineteenth - Century Prose, 2009)
      The Spring 2009 issue of Nineteenth-Century Prose (Volume 36, Number 1) is a special issue on William Hazlitt, guest-edited by James Mulvihili, who will join the Editorial Board of this journal beginning with the next ...