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Whether and Whither “Victorian Poetry”? The Dialectics of Field Expansion

I have first of all to thank VPN (and especially Alison Chapman and Chris Foss) for putting Toru Dutt on my radar and Linda Hughes for leading me to see Clough’s 1848 “Bothie of Toper-Na-Fuosich” through a transatlantic lens, since I had always before associated Clough more with Italy through “Amours de Voyage” than with […]

Toru Dutt and Transnationalism

Thank you to Alison Chapman & co. for a wonderful new resource!  I am especially excited by the thought-provoking engagements with transnationalism in Alison’s post and in Linda Hughes’s post.  I wish I had time to contribute a substantial original post along these lines, but for now, I will have to content myself with posting a […]

Why Toru Dutt matters: networking Victorian Poetry

Who do we read when we read Victorian poetry in our classrooms, for our research and even (yes, even) in our leisure time? Perhaps you might think that the debate has been settled somewhat by the magisterial Victorian poetry print anthologies published by Broadview, Blackwell and Oxford University Press, among others. But what happens with […]