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VOLUME 45

AUTUMN 2005

NUMBER 4


PUBLISHED BY RICE UNIVERSITY

C O N T E N T S

 

Domestic Mobility in Persuasion and Sandition

Melissa Sodeman

787-812

Sensibility as Epistemology in Caleb Williams, Waverley, and Frankenstein Isabelle Bour

813-28

Hazlitt, Horne, and the Spirit of the Age

Paul Schlicke

829-52

Jane Eyre, from Governess to Girl Bride

Esther Godfrey

853-72

"Sympathy" in Jane Eyre

Lara Freeburg Kees

873-98

Villette's Compulsory Education

Jon Hodge

899-916

The Moral Intuition of Ruskin's "Storm-Cloud"

Brian J. Day

917-34

Aesthetic Consumption and the Cultural Production of Michael Field's Sight and Song

Krista Lysack

935-60

Recent Studies in the Nineteenth Century

Noah Heringman

961-1038

Abstracts   1039

Index

 

1043


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