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Submissions from 2002

Victorian Professionalism and Charlotte Brontë’s Villette, Russell Poole

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The Savage Ambivalence of Delisle de la Drevetière, Kim Solga

Submissions from 2000

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David Punter, Gothic Pathologies: The Text, the Body and the Law, Steven Bruhm

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Encrypted Identities, Steven Bruhm

Reflecting Narcissus: A Queer Aesthetic, Steven Bruhm

Introduction, Russell Poole

Skaldsagas: Text, Vocation, and Desire in the Icelandic Sagas of Poets, Russell Poole

The Relation between Verses and Prose in Hallfreðar saga and Gunnlaugs saga, Russell Poole

Violent Imaginings: Feminist Performance Spaces in Tomson Highway’s Dry Lips Oughta Move to Kapuskasing, Kim Solga

Submissions from 1999

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Cannon Schmitt. Alien Nation: Nineteenth-Century Gothic Fictions and English Nationality, Steven Bruhm

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Stage Blood (Book Review), Steven Bruhm

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Picture This: Stephen King’s Queer Gothic, Steven Bruhm

Submissions from 1998

Gothic Body, Steven Bruhm

Reforming Byron’s Narcissism, Steven Bruhm

Old English Wisdom Poetry, Russell Poole

Reasons for Rhyme, Alliteration, and Wordplay: A Psycholinguistic Look at Poetic Composition and Reception, Russell Poole

Tofu, Green Tea, and Alzheimer’s Disease: Critical Thinking as Quantitative Literacy in First-Year Composition for Information and Mathematical Science Students, Russell Poole and Jenny Lawn

Submissions from 1997

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Composition Transmission Performance: The First Ten lausavísur in Kormáks saga, Russell Poole

Submissions from 1996

Blond Ambition: Tennessee Williams’s Homographesis, Steven Bruhm

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On Stephen King's Phallus; Or the Postmodern Gothic, Steven Bruhm

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Queer, Queer Vladimir, Steven Bruhm

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Whose India?: The Independence Struggle in British and Indian Fiction and History, Teresa Hubel

Submissions from 1995

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Wordsworthian Errancies: The Poetics of Cultural Dismemberment. David Collings, Steven Bruhm

Taking One to Know One: Oscar Wilde and Narcissism, Steven Bruhm

Submissions from 1994

Gothic Bodies: The Politics of Pain in Romantic Fiction, Steven Bruhm