English Literature in Transition 59.2 (2016) is now available.
Daniel Blackburn and Alexander Arsov, Somerset Maugham’s Apocryphal “Second-Rate” Status: Setting the Record Straight
Richard Reeve, H. Rider Haggard and the New Woman: A Difference in the Genre in Jess and Beatrice
Andrew Scragg, Rudyard Kipling and Shell Shock: “More than a man could bear”
Emily Kopley, Virginia Woolf’s Cousin J. K. Stephen: Forgotten But Not Gone
John Nash, Arnold Bennett and Home Management: Domestic Efficiency
Book reviews by Stephen E. Tabachnick, Edward Eason, Pamela Gossin, Stanley Weintraub, Simon Gatrell, Melissa Shields Jenkins, Patrick A. McCarthy, Bonnie Kime Scott, Mary Lowe-Evans, Peter Balbert, and Brian W. Schaffer.
English Literature in Transition 59.1 (2016) is now available.
Douglass Kerr, Conan Doyle’s Challenger Tales and the End of the World
Bernard F. Dukore, Shaw’s Way with Fanny’s Untitled Play
D. Michael Jones, E. W. Hornung’s Raffles and the English Aesthetic Movement: The Rhetoric of Romance Masculinity
Edward Eason, Conjugal Friendship in the Creation of Wilfred Owen’s “Anthem for Doomed Youth”
Brian J. Hudson, Arnold Bennett’s Literary Journey into World War I Transport
Book reviews by Jean Reynolds, Richard Haslam, James Eli Adams, Margaret J. Godbey, Hyson Cooper, Ailise Bulfin, Priya Satia, Mark D. Larabee, John G. Peters, Stephen E. Tabachnick, and Brian W. Schaffer.
Book Reviews by Ian Small, Stefano Evangelista, Michel W. Pharand, Keith Wilson, Alexandra Valint, Janine Utell, J. P. Wearing, Patrick Brantlinger, Margaret D. Stetz, Kevin Kopelson, and Patrick A. Mccarthy.
- Caroline Hovanec, Rereading H. G. Wells’s The Time Machine: Empiricism, Aestheticism, Modernism
- Jessica Gray, Typewriter Girls in Turn-of-the-Century Fiction: Feminism, Labor and Modernity
- Anna Andes, The Evolution of Cicely Hamilton’s Edwardian Marriage Discourse: Embracing Conversion Dramaturgy
- Stoyan Tchaprazov, The Slovaks and Gypsies of Bram Stoker’s Dracula: Vampires in Human Flesh
- Kabi Hartman, Male Pacifists in British Women’s World War I Novels: Toward an “Enlightened Civilisation”
- Jane Ford, Socialism, Capitalism and the Fiction of Lucas Malet: “The Spirit of the Hive”
Book reviews by J. H. Stape, Sharon Aronofsky Weltman, Marysa Demoor, Jill Marie Treftz, Carol A. Senf, Molly Youngkin, Terry Caesar, Barry Devine, and Mark Knight.
The latest issue of English Literature in Transition, 58.2 (2015) has been published. The issue contains:
Laurence Dumortier, Oscar Wilde’s Multitudes: Against Limiting His Photographic Iconography
Andrew Glazzard, Conan Doyle’sThe Tragedy of the “Korosko”: The Clash of Civilizations and the Necessity of Empire
William A. Davis, Mary Jeune, Late-Victorian Essayist: Fallen Women, New Women, and Poor Children
Ying Ying, The Reception of George Gissing in China
Andrew A. Kuhn, The Postal Imagination of Lady Gregory, Thomas Clarke, and Rabindranath Tagore: Writing the Irish Post
Gerald Monsman, The Emergence of John Trevena: A Case Study of a Pseudonym
Book reviews by Maureen Moran, Christopher Metress, Ellen Crowell, William J. Scheick, Nicole Lobdell, Stanley Weintraub, M. D. Allen, Katie Sommer, and Andrea Zemgulys.