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VOLUME 56

Autumn 2016

NUMBER 4


   
 PUBLISHED BY RICE UNIVERSITY
C O N T E N T S
 Special Issue on "Genealogies"
  
Introduction           Helena Michie, Alexander Regier
William Blake, Charles Lamb, and Urban Antimodernity
Saree Makdisi
Anglo-German Connections in William Blake, Johann Georg Hamann, and the Moravians  Alexander Regier
Allegories of Origins: Frankenstein after the Enlightenment Ian Balfour
Colonial Ressentiment, Enlightenment Thought, and the Impasses of Decolonization Sunil Agnani
The Social Organization of Schools (around 1800) Frances Ferguson
Reenacting Cook's Voyages in Nineteenth-Century Visual Culture Geoff Quilley
The Transforming Power of the Victoria Cross, 1856 2010 Lara Kriegel
The Opium Connection: Thomas De Quincey, Charles Dickens, and D.W. Griffith James Chandler
Recent Studies in the Nineteenth Century  Jeffrey N. Cox