MARJORIE STONE / 377 MARJORIE STONE Surveying canonical transformations in the forty-four years since es- tablishment of the journal Victorian Studies, Edward H. Cohen notes, as one significant change, that there are now “almost as many” bibliography entries each year on Elizabeth Barrett Browning as Robert Browning (“‘Vic- torian Bibliographies’” VS 44 : 630). This year’s essay covers a full- length study, several books with substantial sections and/or essays on EBB, assorted articles, and a major new web resource mounted by the Armstrong Browning Library. While work on Aurora Leigh continues to appear, it no longer dominates the scene. Casa Guidi Windows and Sonnets from the Por- tuguese figure prominently once again, but critics are increasingly consid- ering lesser known works as well. Political, national, and religious identi- ties are attracting as much, if not more interest, than gender issues; other topics include EBB’s response to Felicia Hemans and Letitia Landon, trans- Atlantic abolitionist networks, genre, sculpture, metrics, and connections between Flush and fascism. Among new books, this year has brought Simon Avery and Rebecca Stott’s wide-ranging study, Elizabeth Barrett Browning (2003), published in the same Longman series as John Woolford and Daniel Karlin’s Robert Browning (1996). Avery and
Victorian Poetry – West Virginia University Press
Published: Dec 16, 2003
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