Journal of Browning Studies
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The Journal of Browning Studies, the successor to Browning Society Notes (33 vols, 1969-2008), invites contributions on all subjects connected with
the life and work of Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning and their circle. The journal, which appears annually, is intended to be the natural home
for critical and scholarly work on the poets. As well as articles and reviews, it also includes a ‘Brownings Notes and Queries’ section correcting or
supplementing existing scholarly and biographical information on the poets. JBS is accessible electronically via LION (Literature Online).
Items to be considered for inclusion in the journal should be sent to the editors, at the address below. Articles should be no longer than 8000 words
in length, and should be presented according to the MLA stylesheet. Electronic submission is preferred; if you would like material sent by post to be returned, please include return postage.
Editorial Advisory Board:
• Alison Chapman
• Sandra Donaldson
• Robert Douglas-Fairhurst
• Rowena Fowler
• Daniel Karlin
• Tricia Lootens
• Michael Meredith
• Marjorie Stone
• John Woolford
Editors: Joseph Phelan (Jphelan@dmu.ac.uk) and Britta Martens (Britta2.Martens@uwe.ac.uk)
Postal address: Joseph Phelan, Department of English, De Montfort University, Leicester LE1 9BH, United Kingdom.
Books for review can be sent to the Reviews Editor, Dr. Simon Avery (email@example.com), at University of Westminster, Department of
English, Linguistics and Cultural Studies, 32-38 Wells Street, London, W1T 3UW.
Table of Contents of current issue (no. 2, June 2011)
- ‘Girl Professional : Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Serious Play' by Sandra Donaldson
- ‘Bringing out the Dead: Dickens and Browning at the Paris Morgue' by Ashby Bland Crowder
- ‘Noblesse oblige: the Act of Rhetoric in “My Last Duchess”' by Emilija Dimitrijevic
- ‘Absent Friends : Addressees in Arthur Hugh Clough ’s Amours de Voyage' by Joseph Phelan
- '“Training for the Sight”: Tiresias and “'Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came '”' by Arnd Bohm
- ‘“Of a Monstrous Brood”: Rats in Robert Browning ’s “The Pied Piper of Hamelin”' by Lisa Hoffman
- 'Recent French Scholarship on Elizabeth Barrett and Robert Browning' by Robert Ferrieux
- Sandra Donaldson et al., eds, The Works of Elizabeth Barrett Browning by Britta Martens
- Stefan Hawlin and Michael Meredith, eds, The Poetical Works of Robert Browning. Volume XV.
- Parleyings With Certain People of Importance in Their Day and Asolando by John Baker
- Robert F. Browning, The Browning Ancestors: Setting the Record Straight by Pamela Neville-Sington