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Matthew Arnold

Matthew Arnold CLINTON MACHANN / 279 impressed with the overall quality of "Transitions" that I agreed to contribute a volume to it on queer theory. I will leave it to reviewers in coming years to decide if it matches the strengths of some of the books discussed above and avoids the problems of others. Wolfreys has given the series a distinct identity, which in my opinion is the only reason for a series even to exist. As a new series editor myself, I seek to learn from the achievements of others and look to his and John Drakakis' editing as setting high standards which I will use to measure my own work. CLINTON MACHANN Cecil Y. Lang's edition of Arnold's letters (Univ. Press of Virginia, 1996-2001) has been completed, and Arnold scholars everywhere can breathe a sigh of relief now that they will finally have access to a modern edition of correspondence comparable to those which exist for most other major Victorian authors. I was not able to examine a copy of the sixth and final volume prior to completing this essay so I will reserve my discussion of the edition as a whole until next year, but now it http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Victorian Poetry West Virginia University Press

Matthew Arnold

Victorian Poetry , Volume 40 (3) – Jan 10, 2002

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CLINTON MACHANN / 279 impressed with the overall quality of "Transitions" that I agreed to contribute a volume to it on queer theory. I will leave it to reviewers in coming years to decide if it matches the strengths of some of the books discussed above and avoids the problems of others. Wolfreys has given the series a distinct identity, which in my opinion is the only reason for a series even to exist. As a new series editor myself, I seek to learn from the achievements of others and look to his and John Drakakis' editing as setting high standards which I will use to measure my own work. CLINTON MACHANN Cecil Y. Lang's edition of Arnold's letters (Univ. Press of Virginia, 1996-2001) has been completed, and Arnold scholars everywhere can breathe a sigh of relief now that they will finally have access to a modern edition of correspondence comparable to those which exist for most other major Victorian authors. I was not able to examine a copy of the sixth and final volume prior to completing this essay so I will reserve my discussion of the edition as a whole until next year, but now it

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Victorian PoetryWest Virginia University Press

Published: Jan 10, 2002

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