Table of contents for The fin-de-siècle poem : English literary culture and the 1890s / edited by Joseph Bristow.

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Introduction I
Joseph Bristow
I. Engendering Tragedy: Toward a Definition of 1890s Poetry 47
Jerusha McCormack
2. The Death of the Author by Suicide: Fin-de-Siecle Poets and the
Construction of Identity  69
Holly Laird
3. A Woman on the Wilde Side: Masks, Perversity, and Print
Culture's Role in Poems by "Graham R. Tomson"/
Rosamund Marriott Watson      101
Linda K. Hughes
4. "A Wreath for the Brows of Time": The Books of the Rhymers'
Club as Material Texts 131
Nicholas Frankel
5. Herbert Home's Diversi Colores (1891): Incarnating the
Religion of Beauty 158
Jerome McGann
6. The Poetic Imaging of Michael Field 178
Julia E Saville
7. Amy Levy: Urban Poetry, Poetic Innovation, and the Fin-de-Si&cle
Woman Poet 207
Linda Hunt Beckman
8. Immaterial Poetics: A. Mary F. Robinson and the Fin-de-Siecle
Poem 231
Ana Parejo Vadillo
9. Patmore's Law, Meynell's Rhythm 261
Yopie Prins
I0. Alien Homelands: Rudyard Kipling, Toru Dutt, and the
Poetry of Empire 285
Tricia Lootens
ii. "Damnable Aestheticism" and the Turn to Rome: John Gray,
Michael Field, and a Poetics of Conversion 311
Marion Thain

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: English poetry 19th century History and criticism, Great Britain Intellectual life 19th century, Modernism (Literature) Great Britain