Whym Chow: Flame of Love

This COVE edition of Michael Field’s Whym Chow: Flame of Love will make accessible the privately printed collection of poems, and situate the volume within a larger Victorian fascination with animals and animal culture. In addition to scholarly discussions of aestheticism, late nineteenth century publishing, and implications of imperialism, this edition focuses on Michael Field’s engagement animal treatment in the 19th century and the centrality of animals in Victorian literature and culture.

The Portrait of Mr. W.H.

Amours de Voyage

Amours de Voyage

Arthur Hugh Clough’s verse-novel, Amours de Voyage was completed shortly after the events of the 1849 Roman Republic, which Clough witnessed as a tourist. Amours de Voyage was first published in The Atlantic Monthly in four parts in 1858: Canto I in Vol. 1.4 (February, 1858); Canto II in Vol. 1.5 (March 1858); Canto III in Vol. 1.6 (April 1858); and Cantos IV and V in Vol. 1.7 (May 1858).

The City of the Jugglers; Or, Free-Trade in Souls


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