Erik Gray is Associate Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University. His criticism, including The Poetry of Indifference (2005) and Milton and the Victorians (2009), focuses on poetry, primarily of nineteenth-century England, though he is now at work on a transhistorical study of European love poetry. Most recently he helped edit Alfred Tennyson's Selected Poetry (Broadview, 2014).
Essays in Partial Answers
Metaphors and Marriage Plots : Jane Eyre, The Egoist, and Metaphoric Dialogue in the Victorian Novel
Volume 12, Issue 2, June 2014
Literature and Theories of Love
The English Novel