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From:Victorian Poetry (Vol. 59, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedIn May 1864, Robert Browning set Caliban's voice indelibly upon Setebos. But the year before, Algernon Swinburne placed it briefly in the sky. "Caliban in the Clouds"--this was the original title for a vicious,...
From:Victorian Poetry (Vol. 59, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedThen may the battle be decided by what people are pleased to call our own experience. Our own indeed! What is our own save by mere courtesy of speech? A matter of fashion. Sanction sanctifieth, and fashion fashioneth....
From:Victorian Poetry (Vol. 59, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedIn her 1895 poem "Spring in the Alps," Mathilde Blind celebrates the joyful, unapologetic queerness of dandelions: Through these anthropomorphized "spinsters," Blind merges two different accounts of reproduction from...
From:Victorian Poetry (Vol. 59, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedEven though Ronan was snarling and Noah was sighing and Adam was hesitating, he didn't turn to verify that they were coming. He knew they were. In three different ways, he'd earned them all days or weeks or months...
From:Victorian Poetry (Vol. 59, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedLord Alfred Douglas is remembered as Oscar Wilde's lover, his Hyacinthus, a golden-haired youth whose father's accusations led to Wilde's public undoing. Douglas is not remembered for writing children's literature. (1)...
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