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Articles from Victorian Poetry (March 22, 2017)

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Title Author Type Words
"A sensation of the action": the inscription of performance in the verse dramas of Augusta Webster. Steffes, Annmarie Critical essay 9994
"We should be that Iago": counterfactual sympathy and the lyric "we" in Augusta Webster's Portraits and A Housewife's Opinions. Madden, Caolan Critical essay 9189
A "strange second flowering" and the "second heart": reimagined modes of aestheticism and romanticism in Augusta Webster's Yu-Pe-Ya's Lute. O'Brien, Lee 5902
Freaks of femininity: Webster's gallery of female grotesques in Portraits. Luu, Helen Critical essay 8058
Fretted lines: di-versification in Augusta Webster's dramatic monologues. Tucker, Herbert F. Critical essay 8537
Introduction. Rigg, Patricia 1424
The limits of liberty: gender, power, and freedom in Augusta Webster's In a Day. Olverson, T.D. 8633

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