Accepted Articles by Volume
Volume 61, Number 2 - TUDOR AND STUART DRAMA (SPRING 2021)
"Christian and Stoic Patience in King Lear"
"Shakespeare's Henry V and the Ciphers of History"
William Casey Caldwell
"'The Bay Trees Are All Withered': Ecological Trauerspiel in Shakespeare's Richard II"
"Possible Pregnancy and All's Well's Uncertain Ends"
"Pity, Singular Disability, and the Makings of Shakespearean Tragedy in Julius Caesar"
"Hamlet's 'Inexplicable Dumb Shows' and the Peculiar Pleasures of the Enigmatic"
Volume 61, Number 3 - RESTORATION AND EIGHTEENTH CENTURY (SUMMER 2021)
"Sarah Fielding's Double Stratagem in 'The Lives of Cleopatra and Octavia'"
"Gendered Violence and Verse Citation in Richardson's Clarissa"
"Elysian Landscapes and Cultural Self-fashioning in Lady Mary Wortley Montagu's Letters from Turkey and Italy"
"Still in Suspense: Interruption and Stasis in Charlotte Smith's Beachy Head"
"The Romantic Intersection of Anna Seward, the Ladies of Llangollen, and Mary Tighe"
"Rochester's Triplets, Offspring of Libertinism or Reason?"
Volume 61, Number 4 - NINETEENTH CENTURY (AUTUMN 2021)
"The Soul of Man under Fairy Tales: Oscar Wilde, Social Justice, and Aesthetic Disidentification"
"'[T]hat Fatal Register': Registration and Impersonation in A Tale of Two Cities"
"Shirley: History after Wuthering Heights"
"Oriental Debts and Occidental Avatars in Robert Southey's The Curse of Kehama"
"Slum Realism and the Politics of Aesthetics in Besant's All Sorts and Conditions of Men"
Volume 62, Number 1 - SPECIAL ISSUE: WORLD, GLOBE, PLANET (WINTER 2022)
Guest Editors: Joseph Campana and Ayesha Ramachandran
Volume 62, Number 2 - TUDOR AND STUART DRAMA (SPRING 2022)
"Conscience in Hamlet and Claudius"
Joshua R. Held
"Milton's Tenderness: Post-Critique and Its Limits in the Ludlow Masque"
"'Wanton child': Fantasies of Infanticide, Abortion, and Monstrous Birth in Mary Wroth's Pamphilia to Amphilanthus"
"Funerary Epigraphy and the Form of George Herbert's 'The Water-course'"
Volume 62, Number 3 - RESTORATION AND EIGHTEENTH CENTURY (SUMMER 2022)
"Bernard Mandeville's Fashionable Consumerism as Public Virtue"
"Small Things That 'Cleave': Hannah Allen's Scissors and Her Religious Melancholy"