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 Volume 17/1, includes forum "Narrative Selves"
 January 2019

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 June 2018

 Volume 16/1 includes forum "Modernity and Mobility: Victorian Women Traveling"
 January 2018

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 June 2017

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 January 2017

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 January 2016

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 June 2015

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 January 2015

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 June 2014

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 January 2014

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 June 2013

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 January 2012

 Volume 9/2: Dickens: Uneasy Pleasures
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 January 2011

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 June 2010

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 January 2010

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 June 2009

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 Volume 6/2: Narrative Knowing, Living, Telling
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Shira Wolosky
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem


Shira Wolosky received her Ph.D. from Princeton University in Comparative Literature in 1981, and was an Associate Professor of English at Yale University before moving to the Hebrew University in 1985, where she is Professor of English and American Literature.  Her work includes Emily Dickinson: A Voice of War (Yale UP 1984); Language Mysticism (Stanford UP 1995) The Art of Poetry (Oxford UP 2002),  "Nineteenth Century American Poetry" in the Cambridge History of American Literature IV (Cambridge UP 2004), Major Voices in Nineteenth-Century American Women's Poetry, Selected with Introductory Essays, (London: Tobypress, 2004); Defending Identity co-authored with Natan Sharansky (NY: Public Affairs, 2008), Poetry and Public Discourse in Nineteenth-Century America (Palgrave Macmillan 2010); The Riddles of Harry Potter (Palgrave Macmillan 2010), and other writings on literature and literary theory.  Her awards include a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2000, a Fellowship in the School of History at the Institute for Advanced Studies at Princeton in 2007, and the Drue Heinz Visiting Professorship of American Literature at the Rothermere Institute, Oxford 2008.

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Essays in Partial Answers

Edmond Jabes: The Hazard of Exile, by Stephen Jaron
Volume 4, Number 1, January 2006
Book review

Illuminating Darkness: Approaches to Obscurity and Nothingness in Literature, ed. Päivi Mehtonen
Volume 8, Number 1, December 2010
Book review

Religion, Literature and the Imagination: Sacred Worlds, eds. Mark Knight and Louise Lee
Volume 9, Issue 1 , February 2010
Book review
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