"'A land of lovers and of friends': Whitman and the O'Connors." Huntington Library Quarterly 73 (2010), 659-677.
"Whitman's Ecclesiastes: The 1860 'Leaves of Grass' Cluster." Huntington Library Quarterly 73 (2010), 613-627.
There are nineteen essays in this volume, all originally published in the Huntington Library Quarterly
in 2005, including a valuable, largely historiographical introductory essay by Paulina Kewes, titled "History and its Uses," and concluding with an afterword of reflections by F.
"The Christian Muse." Huntington Library Quarterly
Reading from the Margins began life as a special issue of the Huntington Library Quarterly
, marking the 1996 meeting of the New Chaucer Society in Los Angeles.
1 'Thomas Middleton and the Court, 1624: A Game at Chess in Context', Huntington Library Quarterly
, 47 (1984), 273-88.
Library bulletins and journals like The Huntington Library Quarterly
and the Bulletin of the John Ryla nds Library have a long established tradition of publishing scholarship in the field.
Based on the proceedings of a workshop sponsored by the UCLA Center for Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Studies and the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, and published simultaneously as volume 60, numbers 1-2, of the Huntington Library Quarterly
, this collection of papers analyzes the use of the term "enthusiasm." Plato in the dialogue between Ion and Socrates first tied the term enthusiasm to the way a poet and a person reciting poetry can become enthralled by the divine.
"The Path to Elizium 'Lately Discovered': Drayton and the Early Stuart Court." Huntington Library Quarterly
"A Science Turned Upside: Feminism and the Natural Philosophy of Margaret Cavendish." Huntington Library Quarterly
. Hayward, Daniel, and the Beginnings of Politic History in England." Huntington Library Quarterly
50 (1987): 1-34.
"'The Church Militant': George Herbert and the Metamorphoses of Christian History." Huntington Library Quarterly
41 (1978): 299-316.