Symposium: The Place of Letter-Writing in Literary History. Introduction / William A. Madden. Some principles of epistolary interpretation / Norman Fruman. Interpreting the self through letters / Frances Ferguson. Bloomsbury letters / S.P. Rosenbaum. Articles: The language of the Thirties: some literary evidence / J. Lawrence Mitchell. Review article: Dickens's illustrators (review of Phiz!: illustrator of Dickens' world, by John Buchanan-Brown; Charles Dickens and his original illustrators, by Jane R. Cohen; George Cruikshank: a revaluation, edited by Robert L. Patten; Dickens and Phiz, by Michael Steig; The caricatures of George Cruikshank, by John Wardroper) / Sylvia Manning. Review article: History and hermeneutics (review of Victorian types, Victorian shadows: Biblical typology in Victorian literature, art, and thought, by George P. Landow; Wiliam Holman Hunt and typological symbolism, by George P. Landow; Fact into figure; typology in Carlyle, Ruskin, and the Pre-Raphaelite brotherhood) / Linda Peterson. Review: Expression and meaning: studies in the theory of speech acts, by John R. Searle / Marcia Muelder Eaton. Review: Peacock displayed: a satirist in his context, by Marilyn Butler / Stephen Prickett.
Publication of Centrum is made possible by grants from the Graduate School of the University of Minnesota and the McKnight Foundation.
Centrum: Working Papers of the Minnesota Center for Advanced Studies in Language, Style, and Literary Theory. New series, Volume 1, Number 2, Fall 1981.
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