6.0216 Coleridge Bibliography; Victorians Conf. (2/84)

Elaine Brennan & Allen Renear (EDITORS@BROWNVM.BITNET)
Wed, 26 Aug 1992 18:21:02 EDT

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 6, No. 0216. Wednesday, 26 Aug 1992.

(1) Date: 24 Aug 1992 16:51:58 -0700 (PDT) (16 lines)
From: Richard Bear <RBEAR@OREGON>
Subject: Coleridge Bibliography Available

(2) Date: Mon, 24 Aug 92 16:40:32 EDT (68 lines)
From: David E. Latane <dlatane@hibbs.vcu.edu>
Subject: Victorians Institute Meeting

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Date: 24 Aug 1992 16:51:58 -0700 (PDT)
From: Richard Bear <RBEAR@OREGON>
Subject: Coleridge Bibliography Available

I have a bibliography I pulled together last spring which is available to
anyone who needs it: some 850+ citations on S.T. Coleridge, with an
emphasis on _Biographia Literaria_, _The Friend_, and "Dejection." Will email
to enquirers.

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Date: Mon, 24 Aug 92 16:40:32 EDT
From: David E. Latane <dlatane@hibbs.vcu.edu>
Subject: Victorians Institute Meeting

The Victorians Institute will hold its 22nd Annual Conference on
October 2-3, 1992 in Charleston, South Carolina.

Tennyson 2000: Rethinking and Reappraisal

Session I
"Disfiguring Consolation: The Dramatic Form of Tennyson's Elegies."
Michael T. Williamson, Rutgers University.

"'O Damned Vacillating State': The Victorian Psychoanalytic Allegory
in *The Palace of Art*" Trevor McNeely, Brandon University.

"Justice Recalled: Old Ghosts, New Voices." Bonnie T. Yarbrough,
Skidmore College.

"The Garden and the Empire: Family Drama and Global Politics in
Tennyson's Poetry." Mary Ellis Gibson, UNC-Greensboro.

Session II
"Mr. Hallam and Mr. Hyde: *In Memoriam* and Masculine Desire." Martin
Danahay, Emory University.

"Teaching Tennyson's *In Memoriam*: Getting over 'Get over it
Tennyson.'" Nicola Thompson, Carleton College.

"Re-examining Dreams in *In Memoriam.* Jonathan Glance, Mercer

Session III
"Possessing Tennyson's 'living soul' in the late Twentieth Century."
Mary Saunders, Hampden-Sydney College.

"*Enoch Arden* and the Sensational 60s." J. Gerard Dollar, Siena

"Tropical Fantasies, Victorian Manhood: Tennyson and Kingsley Among
the Lotos-Eaters." James Eli Adams, Indiana University.

"Contesting the 'Master" Works: Tennyson's and Walcott's
Appropriations of Homer." Linda K. Hughes, Texas Christian

"Columbus in Chains: Tennyson and the Conquests of the Monologue."
Herbert F. Tucker, Jr., University of Virginia.

Information about the Institute.
Registration fee is $30, which includes luncheon on Saturday, 3
October.(Check is payable to "Victorians Institute." An additional
$15 is required for reservations on the boat cruise of Charleston
harbor on friday evening. (Check payable to "The Citadel.") The
Institute is jointly sponsored by The Citadel and the College of

Further information:
Dennis Goldsberry
Department of English
College of Charleston
Charleston, SC 29424

David Latane