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Matthew Beaumont, 'Ford Madox Ford: Autobiography, Urban Space, Agoraphobia’ (37-49)
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Thijs van den Berg, 'Nineteen Eighty-Four and “1984”: Apple’s Use of Dystopian Poetics in iCommodification’ Vol. 5, No. 1 (2012): 98-124.
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Sarah Bouttier, '“Wherein Does Fitness Lie?”: Darwinian Fitness and Presence in D.H. Lawrence’ (38-54)
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Alistair Brown, 'Uniting the Two Cultures of Body and Mind in A.S. Byatt’s A Whistling Woman'. Vol. 1, No. 1 (2007)
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Mirjam Brusius, 'Misfit Objects: Layard’s Excavations in Ancient Mesopotamia and the Biblical Imagination in mid-nineteenth Century Britain’ (38-52)
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John Cartwright, '“Star-Defeated Sighs”: Classical Cosmology and Astronomy in the Poetry of A. E. Housman’ (71-96)
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Debbie Challis, 'Fashioning Archaeology into Art: Greek Sculpture, Dress Reform and Health in the 1880s’ (53-69)
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Matthew Chiasson & Janine Rogers, 'Beauty Bare: The Sonnet Form, Geometry and Aesthetics’, Vol.2, No.1 (2009): 48-64
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Sam George, 'Epistolary Exchange: the Familiar Letter and the Female Botanist, 1760-1820’ (12-29)
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Sam George and Alison E. Martin, 'Introduction. Botanising Women: Transmission, Translation and European Exchange’ (1-11)
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John Glendening, '“The World-Renowned Ichthyosaurus”: A Nineteenth-Century Problematic and Its Representations’ Vol. 2, No. 1 (2009)
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Betty Hagglund, 'The Botanical Writings of Maria Graham’ (44-58)
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Heidi Hansson, 'Emily Lawless and Botany as Foreign Science’ (59-73)
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Rachel Hewitt, ''Eyes to the Blind’: Telescopes, Theodolites, and Failing Eyesight in Wordsworth’s Landscape Poetry’. Vol. 1, No. 1 (2007)
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John Holmes, 'Roundtable Introduction’ (55)
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John Holmes, 'Literature and Science vs History of Science’ (67-71)
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Leah Knight, 'Historicising Early Modern Literature and Science: Recent Topics, Trends, and Problems’ (56-60)
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Jennifer Lokash, 'Byron and the Pathology of Creativity: or, the Biogenesis of Poetic Form’. Vol.1, No. 1 (2007)
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Shawn Malley, 'Nineveh 1851: An Archaeography’ (23-37)
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Andrew Mangham, 'Buried Alive: The Gothic Awakening of Taphephobia’ (10-22)
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Claire McKechnie and Emily Alder, 'Introduction: Literature, Science, and the Natural World in the Long Nineteenth Century’ (1-4)
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Alison E. Martin, 'Revolutions in Botany: Nation, Gender and Education in the French Translation of Priscilla Wakefield’s Introduction to Botany (1796)’ (30-43)
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Peter Middleton, 'Dark Matters: Historicising Science and Poetry Since 1950’ (77-82)
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Ruth Murphy, 'Darwin and 1860s Children’s Literature: Belief, Myth or Detritus’ (5-21)
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Vike Martina Plock, 'Introduction. Fearful States: The Emergence of Modern Phobias’ (1-9)
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Justin Sausman, 'Science, Drugs, and Occultism: Aleister Crowley, Henry Maudsley, and Late Nineteenth-Century Degeneration Theories’. Vol. 1, No. 1 (2007)
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Val Scullion, 'Kinaesthetic, Spastic and Spatial Motifs as Expressions of Romantic Irony in E.T.A. Hoffmann’s The Sandman and Other Writings’ Vol. 2, No. 1 (2009): 1-22
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Sally Shuttleworth, 'Historicism, Science and the Dangers of Being Useful’ (61-66)
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Sophie Thomas, 'Displaying Egypt: Archaeology, Spectacle, and the Museum in the Early Nineteenth Century’ (6-22)
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Minna Vuohelainen, '“Cribb’d, Cabined and Confined”: Fear, Claustrophobia and Modernity in Richard Marsh’s Urban Gothic Fiction’ (23-36)
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Keir Waddington, 'More Like Cooking Than Science: Narrating the Inside of the British Medical Laboratory, 1880-1914’ (50-70)
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Alexandra Warwick, 'The Dreams of Archaeology’ (83-97)
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Alexandra Warwick and Martin Willis, 'Introduction: The Archaeological Imagination’ (1-5)
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Rebecca Welshman, '“The Riddle of this Painful Earth”: Late Victorian Literature and Archaeology During the Great Agricultural Depression’ (22-37)
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Michael Whitworth, 'Versions of History, Versions of Chronology’ (72-76)
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Virginia Zimmerman, '“Time Seemed Fiction”: Archaeological Encounters in Victorian Poetry’ (70-82)
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