Volume 3, Number 1 (Special Bulletin)

Crossing the Line: Affinities Before and After 1900

Regenia Gagnier
(University of Exeter; President, British Association for Victorian Studies)

It is with great pleasure that I write the Preface to this special issue of the AHRC-funded Victorian Network journal, as the President of the British Association for Victorian Studies, with its over 700+ international membership, and as the keynote speaker at the conference from which the papers were selected, "Crossing the Line" of 28-29th January 2010 at the University of Liverpool. My keynote lecture, "Individualism, Decadence, and Globalization: on the Relationship of Part to Whole: 1880-1920," was in part subsequently published as an Appendix on J. K. Huysmans to my book Individualism, Decadence, and Globalization: on the Relationship of Part to Whole 1859-1920 (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010), and I owe the conference organizers and Professor Mark Llewellyn a debt for their comments and criticisms after the lecture. ... Read the full text here

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Table of Contents

Articles

Crossing the Line: Affinities Before and After 1900 Abstract PDF
Regenia Gagnier (University of Exeter)
Faithful Infidelity: Charles Ricketts' Illustrations for Two of Oscar Wilde's Poems in Prose Abstract PDF
Jeremiah Romano Mercurio (University of St Andrews)
Walter Pater — Imagism — Objectivist Verse Abstract PDF
Richard Parker (University of Sussex)
"It Is Impossible That All This Should Be Lost": Victorian Narrative in Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness Abstract PDF
Kayla Walker Edin (Southern Methodist University)
Literature and the Ecological Imagination: Richard Jefferies and D. H. Lawrence Abstract PDF
Rebecca Welshman (University of Exeter)
On Lines and Their Crossing: Reflections on the Conference Closing Session Abstract PDF
Mark Llewellyn (University of Strathclyde)


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