The most recent issue (52:2) of English Literature in Transition 1880-1920 has recently appeared. It contains the following articles:
- Marysa DeMoor’s “John Middleton Murry’s Editorial Apprenticeships: Getting Modernist ‘Rhythm’ into the Athenaeum, 1919–1921″
- David Sergeant’s “Changes in Kipling’s Fiction Upon His Return to Britain”
- Timothy S. Hayes’s “Colonialism in R. L. Stevenson’s South Seas Fiction: ‘Child’s Play’ in the Pacific”
- Allan H. Simmons’s “The Collected Letters of Joseph Conrad: A Review Essay”
- Linda Dryden’s “The Penguin Editions of Conrad’s Novels: A Review Essay”
This issue also includes reviews of books by Kingston, Li, Wearing (ed.), Freeman, Gordon, Hammand and Towheed (eds.), Marshall (ed.), Thain, Davis and Jenkins (eds.), and Pratt.
Readers may be interested in the series of books published by the ELT Press, including relatively recent titles on Kipling, Symons, Wilde, and Haggard.