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VOLUME 49

Autumn 2009

NUMBER 4


PUBLISHED BY RICE UNIVERSITY

C O N T E N T S

Coleridge’s Uncertain Agony

Harry White

807

Renunciations of Rhyme in Byron’s Don Juan

Jim Cocola

841
 

Jane Austen’s Speech Acts and Language-Based Societies

Candace Nolan-Grant

863

Ainsworth’s Jack Sheppard and the Crimes of History


Lauren Gillingham

879

Masculinity and Gossip in Anne Brontë’s Tenant

Priti Joshi

907

Fantasies of National Identification in Villette

Kate Lawson and Lynn Shakinovsky

925

Dickens’s Little Red Riding Hood and Other Waterside Characters

Molly Clark Hillard

945

George Meredith’s Fictional Transformations of Female Life-Writings


Gisela Argyle

975

Hyding Nietzsche in Robert Louis Stevenson’s Gothic of Philosophy

Harriet Hustis

993

 

Recent Studies in the Nineteenth Century

Dianne F. Sadoff and John Kucich

1009


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