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Donald Stone
Position: Professor Emeritus of English Queens College and Graduate Center, CUNY
Campus Affiliation: Queens College
Degrees/Diplomas: Ph.D. Harvard
Research Interests: Victorian literature; history of the novel; visual arts and literature; intercultural relations (James to Rushdie).

Selected Publications:

  • "Trollope for the 21st Century: He Knew He Was Right," Cahiers Victoriens et Edouardiens, No. 58 (October 2003), 117-128.

  • "Sailing to Cathay" (The Image of China in Watteau and Yeats), Ex/Change: Newsletter of Centre for Cross-Cultural Studies, City University of Hong Kong (October 2001), 4-8.

  • "Matthew Arnold and the Pragmatics of Hebraism and Hellenism," Poetics Today, XIX, no 2 (Summer 1998), 179-98.

  • Communications with the Future: Matthew Arnold in Dialogue (University of Michigan Press, 1997).

  • "Goethe and the Victorians," in Carlyle Annual, XIII (1992-93), pp. 17-34.

  • "Arnold, Nietzsche, and the 'Revaluation of Values,'" in Nineteenth-Century Literature (December, 1988), pp. 289-318.

  • "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).

  • Novelists in a Changing World: Meredith, James, and the Transformation of English Fiction in the 1880s (Harvard University Press, 1972).