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  • 6
    Aug

    2020

    Editorial Reflections: The Cambridge History of...

    The invitation that we received to conceptualise and edit the multi-volume The Cambridge History of the Gothic in 2015 was both exciting and daunting: exciting insofar as it provided a unique and privileged...

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  • 3
    Aug

    2020

    Diving into the Next Wave of Hemingway Studies

    Even in this strangest of summers, when social distancing leaves us feeling we’re living in suspended animation, the art of the dive can teach us about poise and exploration—the walk to the edge,...

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  • 23
    Jul

    2020

    Bel-vedére: Tracing Early Modern Authorship

    To those familiar with the Shakespeare-laden shelves of modern bookshops, it may come as a surprise to learn of the existence of Bel-vedére, or The Garden of the Muses. Published in 1600, it is no doubt...

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  • 17
    Jul

    2020

    Imagining Atheism

    One of the strangest scenes in William Cowper’s long, digressive The Task (1785) occurs halfway through the poem’s sixth and final book. In previous books, Cowper’s masterpiece ruminates at length...

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  • 7
    Jul

    2020

    Extending the confines of travel

    In common with many other people, the months of near-lockdown find us reflecting on our previous experiences and work. As scholars working on literatures of mobility, this means thinking in particular...

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  • 19
    Jun

    2020

    Swift in Print

    Some reasons for writing a book are obvious from the start, but others emerge more slowly. With Swift in Print: Published Texts in Dublin and London, 1691-1765, I knew from the outset that I wanted to...

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  • 11
    Jun

    2020

    Reading Hemingway’s Mail

    The fifth volume of The Letters of Ernest Hemingway spans January 1932 through May 1934. With the critical and commercial success of his 1929 novel A Farewell to Arms, Hemingway had achieved international...

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  • 4
    Jun

    2020

    Viral Literature in Time

    “In YOU the Virus of TIME began!” So declares the Angel to Prior Walter in Tony Kushner’s 1992 play Perestroika (part two of Angels in America). When Prior receives this message, he finds himself,...

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