Spring 2014 Table of Contents

Articles

MARSHALL BROWN  3

     Emmas Depression

MIRANDA STANYON 31

     Serpentine Sighs: De Quincey’s Suspiria  de Profundis  and the

     Serpentine Line

JOHN ROBBINS 59

     “A modest virgin hath no choice”: Joanna Baillie’s The Bride and the

     Staging of Foreclosure

KATIE S. HOMAR  79

     “Rehearsing continually the part of the past”: Lamb’s Elia Essays and

      the Classical Curriculum at Christ’s Hospital

KEITH HASPERG   103

     “Saved by the historic page”: Charlotte Smith’s Arun River Sonnets

Book Review Essay

Laura Mandell  133

     Roger Whitson and Jason Whittaker’s William Blake and the Digital

     Humanities:  Collaboration, Participation, and Social Media