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Communications with the Future: Matthew Arnold in Dialogue (University of Michigan Press, 1997).
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"The Art of Arnold Bennett," in Modernism Reconsidered, ed. Robert Kiely (Harvard English Studies 11, 1983), pp. 17-45.
The Romantic Impulse in Victorian Fiction (Harvard University Press, 1980).