Edward Lear in the Third Millenium

I have just received a copy of the special issue of RSV: Rivista di Studi Vittoriani devoted to “Edward Lear in the Third Millenium: Explorations into his Art and Writing” edited by Raffaella Antinucci and Anna Enrichetta Soccio; here is a list of the essays that have now been added to the bibliography:

Colley, Ann C. “Edward Lear and Victorian Animal Portraiture.” RSV: Rivista di Studi Vittoriani 34-35 (2013): 11-26.

Marroni, Francesco. “Edward Lear and Albania.” RSV: Rivista di Studi Vittoriani 34-35 (2013): 27-49. [Academia.edu]

Dilworth, Thomas. “Lear’s Italian Limericks.” RSV: Rivista di Studi Vittoriani 34-35 (2013): 51-78.

Lodge, Sara. “My Dear DAddy: Edward Lear and William Holman Hunt.” RSV: Rivista di Studi Vittoriani 34-35 (2013): 79-99.

Bruni Roccia, Gioiella. “Edward Lear’s Metaphorical Mind: A Cognitive Approach to A Book of Nonsense.” RSV: Rivista di Studi Vittoriani 34-35 (2013): 101-18.

Tigges, Wim. “Edward lear’s Limericks and the Aesthetics of Nonsense.” RSV: Rivista di Studi Vittoriani 34-35 (2013): 119-38.

Williams, James. “Edward Lear’s Luminous Prose.” RSV: Rivista di Studi Vittoriani 34-35 (2013): 139-58.

Antinucci, Raffaella. “‘… in those few bright (Abruzzi) days’: Edward Lear’s Landscaping Gaze and the Discovery of Abruzzo.” RSV: Rivista di Studi Vittoriani 34-35 (2013): 159-88.

Soccio, Anna Enrichetta. “Struggling with Genres: Edward Lear’s Short Stories.” RSV: Rivista di Studi Vittoriani 34-35 (2013): 189-201.

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2 Responses to Edward Lear in the Third Millenium

  1. Peter Byrne says:

    Lear’s no-nonsense entry into the millenium along with freakish animals, luminosity, gaze and genre-hopping. Aesthetics of course, but also the cognitive approach road to metaphorical high ground. Well, why not, isn’t it Roland Barthes’ 101st year?

  2. Pingback: Edward Lear, the “Four children,” and Elizabeth Hornby | A Blog of Bosh

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