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VOLUME 48

AUTUMN 2008

NUMBER 4


PUBLISHED BY RICE UNIVERSITY


 
C O N T E N T S

Editor’s Preface: Hybrid Forms and Cultural Anxiety

U. C. Knoepflmacher

745


I. FORMAL HYBRIDS

 

 


Arnold’s Arrhythmia


C. D. Blanton


755

Browning’s Grafts

Linda M. Shires

769

Elizabeth Barrett’s and Alfred Tennyson’s Authorial and Formal Links

Amy Billone

779

The "Prophet-Poet’s Book"

Christine Chaney

791

Sketches by Boz, "So Frail a Machine"

Danielle Coriale

801


II. DISCURSIVE HYBRIDS

 

 


Grafting A Christmas Carol


Michael Hancher


813
Dialectics of Social Class in the Gilbert and Sullivan Collaboration

Alan Fischler

829
Anonyma’s Authors

Rachel Sagner Buurma

839
The "Spasmodic" Hoaxes of W. E. Aytoun and A. C. Swinburne

Heather Morton

849
Domestic Hybrids: Ruskin, Victorian Fiction, and Darwin’s Botany

Jonathan Smith

861


III. CULTURAL HYBRIDS

   

Robert Louis Stevenson’s South Seas Crossings


Ann C. Colley


871
Florence Marryat’s Female Vampire and the Scientizing of Hybridity

Brenda Mann Hammack

885
Assyrian Monsters and Domestic Chimeras

Deborah A. Thomas

897
A South Kensington Gateway from Gwalior to Nowhere

Jeffrey L. Spear

911
Kipling’s "Mixy" Creatures

U. C. Knoepflmacher

923


Recent Studies in the Nineteenth Century


Ann C. Colley


935
Books Received   991

 



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