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    Christian Multiculturalism and Unlearned History in Marilynne Robinson's Gilead-Christopher Douglas

    Plagiarizing Sir Walter Scott: The Afterlife of Kenilworth in Victorian Quebec-Andrea Cabajsky

    Rebuilding Bildung: The Middlebrow Novel of Aesthetic Education in the Mid-Twentieth-Century United States-Tom Perrin

    “Putrefaction Generally”: Bleak House, Victorian Psychology, and the Question of Bodily Matter-Tyson Stolte

    Structures of Irony: Curiosity and Fetishism in Late Imperial London-George Micajah Phillips

    “All the Talk and All the Silence”: Literary Aesthetics and Cultural Boundaries in David Treuer's Little-Padraig Kirwan

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