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Winter 2015, 57:4

Texas Studies in Literature and Language
Ghostly Presences: James Potter Lockhart and Jane Maxwell Lockhart in Jean Rhys’s Writing
Sue Thomas
Friendship and Frustration: Counter-Affect in the Letters of Philip Sidney and Hubert Languet
Bradley J. Irish
“Are is too many for one woman to foal”: Embodied Cognition in As I Lay Dying
Laurel Bollinger
Institutions of Friendship in Sarah Scott’s Millenium Hall
Bryan Mangano
“We are the Storm”: Audience Collaboration in W. H. Auden’s The Dance of Death
Sue Thomas