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VOLUME 44

AUTUMN 2004

NUMBER 4



PUBLISHED BY RICE UNIVERSITY

C O N T E N T S

Discovery and the Domestic Affections in Coleridge and Shelley

Michelle Levy

693-713
Ordination and Revolution in Mansfield Park

Michael Karounos

715-736

Austen's Later Subjects

Emily Rohrbach

737-752

Cruikshank, Thackeray, and the Victorian Eclipse of Satire

Frank Palmeri

753-777
The Education of Brontë's New Nouvelle Héloïse in Shirley

Elizabeth Gargano

779-803
"The One Poor Word" in Middlemarch

Dwight H. Purdy

805-821
Semantic Counterpoint, Hopkins, and The Wreck of the Deutschland

Dennis Sobolev

823-847

Women Poets and Contested Spaces in The Yellow Book

Linda K. Hughes

849-872
Recent Studies in the Nineteenth Century

Kate Flint

873-945



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