NINETEENTH-CENTURY CONTEXTS
Volume 21, Number 1, 1999

CONTENTS

Articles

Pater, Mill, Mansel and the Context of the Conclusion to The Renaissance
J. B. Bullen

The Critic as Patron: Ruskin's Production of Britain's 'Modern Painters'
Andrew Leng

Brancusi's Gates and Columns: Nineteenth-Century Rites of Passage in Twentieth-Century Art and Architecture
Dragos Gheorghiu

The "Eastern-Woman Question": Martineau and Nightengale Visit the Harem
Jill Matus

Wordsworthian Dystopia: The Spatial Play of Salisbury Plain
Mike Wiley

Signatures of Blood in William Wells Brown's Clotel
Adélékè Adéèkó

Reviews

John Beer, ed. Questioning Romanticism
[Robert F. Gleckner]

Nina Auerbach, Our Vampires, Ourselves
[Richard A. Kaye]


Daniel P. Watkins, Sexual Power in British Romantic Poetry
[Kathryn Freeman]

Daniel A. Cohen, Pillars of Salt, Monuments of Grace: New England Crime Literature and the Origins of American Popular Culture, 1674-!860
[Rosalind Remer]

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