Victorian Poetry Spring 2011 Issue Now Available

Victorian Poetry

Volume 49, Number 1, Spring 2011

Robert Browning’s “Saul”: Strains through the Array
pp. 1-25
Augusta Webster Writing Motherhood in the Dramatic Monologue and the Sonnet Sequence
pp. 27-51
“Telling what’s o’er”: Remaking the Sonnet Cycle in Augusta Webster’s Mother and Daughter
pp. 53-81
“Almost unmade”: Hopkins and the Body Apocalyptic
pp. 83-103
“Home one and all”: Redeeming the Whore of Babylon in Christina Rossetti’s Religious Poetry
pp. 105-125
Mary Hutton and the Development of a Working-Class Women’s Political Poetics
pp. 127-146

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