3.79. “Hogarth and the Victorians.” The Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies 26 (2016).[Autumn 2016]

3.78. “We Have Always Had Mashups, or Mashing up Transmediality.” International Journal of Transmedia Literacy . 1 (2015): 67-83.

3.77. “Hermaphrodite Thinking.” The Journal of of Comparative Literature and Aesthetics. India. ISSN: 052-8169. Special issue: "On Intermedial Aesthetics and World Literatures." 36 (2013): 31-36.

3.76. “The Exhibition Pamphlet for W. Holman Hunt’s The Miracle of the Holy Fire.” The Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies 23 (2013): 1-23.

3.75. “'Replete with Meaning': The Exhibition Pamphlet for W. Holman Hunt’s The Triumph of the Innocents.” The Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies 21 (2012): 22-44.

3.74. “How much do students have to know about the media with which they learn?/Quanto gli studenti devono sapere sui media che usano quando studiano?” Pedagogika: Rivista di educazione, formazione e cultura. (Italy) 14 (2010): 26-36 [The English version of the essay appears on even-numbered pages, the Italian translation on odd-numbered ones.

3.73. "Creative Nonfiction in Electronic Media — New Wine in New Bottles?" Neohelicon: Acta Comparationis Litterarum Universarum 36 (2009): 439-50.

3.72. "Pre-Raphaelitism in E-Space." The Pre-Raphaelite Society Newsletter of the United States 20 (Fall 2008): 2, 4.

3.71. "Hors Livre [Brian Detmer Destroys The Book]." Modern Painters (November 2008): 70-77.

3.70. "Material Object, Virtual Spaces." 19. Interdisciplary Studies in the Long Nineteeth Century. Lonfon: Birkbeck College Centre for Nineteenth-Century Studies. April 2008.

3.69. "The Exhibition Pamphlet for William Holman Hunt's The Shadow of Death" The Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies 47 (2007): 93-99.

3.68. "Es Texto Hypertexto o Paratexto?" Contrastes 16 (2007): 9-29. This is a condensed form of 3.65.

3.67. [With Ian Lyons, lead author] "Writing Poetry in Stretchtext: Literature and a New Form of Hypermedia." A: Minima. [Ovieto, Spain] 13 (2005): 152-61.

3.66. "Foreword." Angels and Fairies by Iain Zaczek. London: Flame Tree Publishing, 2005.

3.65. "Is Hypertext Text or Paratext?" Paratext. I (Pisa-Rome: Istituti Editoriali e Poligrafici Internaziolnali, 2004).

3.65b. "L'Ipertesto: Testo o Paratesto?" Paratesto: Rivista Internazionale. I (Pisa-Rome: Istituti Editoriali e Poligrafici Internaziolnali, 2005): 291-303.

3.64. "Né testo né paratesto: così è la Rete." Il Sole-24 Ore. Trans. Sylvie Coyaud. 315 (14 November 2004): 37.

3.63. "Is This Hypertext Any Good? Judging Quality in Hypermedia." Dichtung Digital — ournal für digitale ästhetik. Autumn 2004. Ed. Laura Borràs Castanyer. No. 33-ISSN 1617-6901. [text]

Catalan translation: "És bo aquest hipertext? O com avaluem la qualitat en els hipermèdia?, Borrás, Laura [ed.], Under construction: literatures digitals i aproximacions teòriques. Palma, Illes Balears: Edicions UIB, 2013.

A Spanish translation by Profesor Antonio Mendoza of the University of Barcelona will appear in volume of essays on reader reception [2014].

3.62 (With Ernest Chew). "Anthony Trollope's Marginalia in Macaulay's Critical and Historical Essays" Notes and Queries. 2001.

3.61 "Hypertext." Encyclopedia of Aesthetics. Ed. Michael Kelly. 4 vols. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998. II, 442-44.

3.60 "Redefining the Differences between Principal and Subsidiary Texts in Electronic Scholarly Editions." (abstract) DRH 96: Digital Resources for the Humanities. Oxford, 1996.

3.59"Hypertext, Scholarly Annotation, and the Electronic Edition." ALLC-ACH '96 Conference Abstracts. Bergen: University of Bergen, 1996. [Complete paper despite title of volume.]

3.58 "Afterword to the Italian Edition of Hypertext" New England Book and Text Studies 1 (1994): 42-44. See 1.12.

3.57 [with Paul Kahn and Ronnie Peters] "Three Fundamental Elements of Visual Rhetoric in Hypertext." Darmstadt, 1993.

3.56 [with Paul Kahn] "The Pleasures of Possibility: What is Disorientation in Hypertext." Journal of Computing in Higher Education. 4 (1993): 57-78.

3.55 "Teaching with Intermedia." Hypermedia in the Humanities. Ed. Marilyn Deegan, Nicola Timbrell, Lorraine Warren. Oxford: Universities of Oxford and Hull, 1992. 53-55.

3.54 [with Paul Kahn] "Where's The Hypertext? The Dickens Web as a System- Independent Hypertext." ECHT'92. New York: ACM, 1992.

3.53 [with Gary S. Weissman] "What Publishers Need to Know about the Hypermedia Textbook: The Example of the Intermedia Emblem Web" Elektroniske bøker -- Multimedia oppslagsverk [Electronic Books -- Multimedia Reference Works], Bergen, Norway: Norwegian Computing Centre for the Humanities, 1991. Pp. 63-82.

3.52 "Virtual Texts, Virtual Authors, and Computing in the Humanities." The New Medium ALLC-ACH 90. Siegen, Germany: Association of Literary and Linguistic Computing-Association of Computing in the Humanities, 1990. Pp. 148-149.

3.51 "History, His Story, and Stories in Graham Swift's Waterland." Studies in the Literary Imagination, 23 (1990), 197-211.

3.50 "The Rhetoric of Hypermedia: Some Rules for Authors." Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 1 (1989), 39-64.

3.49 "Course Assignments Using Hypertext: The Example of Intermedia." Journal of Research in Computing in Education. 21 (1989), 349-- 65.

3.48 "Hypertext in Literary Education, Criticism, and Scholarship." Computers and the Humanities, 23 (1989), 173-98. An amplified version of 2.14.)

3.47 "Intermedia and Context32." Yearbook of Computing in the Humanities. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1988. Pp. 361-62.

3.46 "Reading Pre-Raphaelite Painting." Journal of Pre-Raphaelite and Aesthetic Studies. 1 (Spring 1988), 25-31.

3.45 "Relationally Encoded Links and the Rhetoric of Hypertext." Hypertext '87 Papers. New York: ACM, 1987. Pp. 331--43.

3.44 "Thomas Seddon's 'Moriah' and His Jerusalem from the Valley of Jehosophat," Journal of Pre-Raphaelite and Aesthetic Studies. 1 (1987), 59--65.

3.43 "Context32: Using Hypermedia to Teach Literature." IBM Academic Information Systems University Conference Proceedings. Ed. L. Hope Lewis. Milford, Connecticut: IBM Academic Information Systems, 1987. Pp. 30-- 39.

3.42 [with Nicole Yankelovich and David Cody] "Creating Hypermedia Materials for English Literature Students," SIGCUE Outlook, 19 (1987), 12--25.

3.41 "A Book about Paintings from Books." Review 9, (1987), 175-- 87.

3.40 "A Checklist of the Writings of John Lucas Tupper, Friend of the Pre- Raphaelites." Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies, 7 (1986), 63-- 68.

3.39 "Victorianized Romans: Images of Rome in Victorian Painting," Browning Institute Studies, 12 (1984), 29-51.

3.38 "Shadows of Shadows: Biblical Typology and English Literature." Review 6, (1984), 21--34.

3.37 "William Holman Hunt's Letters to Thomas Seddon." Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, 66 (1983), 139--72.

3.36 "Shadows Cast by The Light of the World: William Holman Hunt's Religious Paintings, 1893--1905," Art Bulletin, 65 (1983), 471--84.

3.35 "William Holman Hunt's 'Oriental Mania' and His Uffizzi Self-Portrait." Art Bulletin, 64 (1982), 646--55.

3.34 "Christ the Pilot: a Panel from William Holman Hunt's Unfinished Triptych." Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies, 1 (1980), 79--91.

3.33 "The Art-Journal, 1850--1880: Antiquarians, the Medieval Revival, and the Reception of Pre-Raphaelitism." The Pre-Raphaelite Review, 2 (1979), 71--76.

3.32 "William Holman Hunt on Poetry." The Pre-Raphaelite Review, 2 (1979), 38--48.

3.31 "And the World Became Strange: Realms of Literary Fantasy." Georgia Review, 33 (Spring 1979), 7--42.

3.30 "Bruising the Serpent's Head: Typological Symbolism in Victorian Poetry." Victorian Newsletter, 55 (1979), 11--14.

3.29 "Life Touching Lips with Immortality: Rossetti's Typological Structures." Studies in Romanticism, 17 (1978), 247--65.

3.28 "Iconography and Point of View in Painting and Literature." Studies in Iconography, 3 (1977), 89--104.

3.27 "William Holman Hunt and the Missionaries." The Pre-Raphaelite Review, 1 (1977), 27--33.

3.26 "Morris to Swinburne: a Link in the Correspondence." Notes and Queries, 24 n. s. (1977), 415--16.

3.25 "William James Linton's Portrait of Allen Wardner." In From the Print Collection (Catalogue of an Exhibition at Brown University in April 1976). Number 20 (no pagination).

3.24 "Walter Pater to Charles Rowley: a New Letter." Notes and Queries, 22 n. s. (1975), 441.

3.23 "'As Unreserved as a Studio Chat': Holman Hunt's Letters to Ernest Chesneau." Huntington Library Quarterly, 38 (1975), 355--69.

3.22 "'Swim or Drown': Carlyle's World of Shipwrecks, Castaways, and Stranded Voyagers." Studies in English Literature, 15 (1975), 641--55.

3.21 "'We Must Die in Our Armour': A New Mazzini Letter." Studies in English and American Literature (annual volume of American Notes and Queries), 1 (1974), 285--88.

3.20 "Symonds to Horne: a New Letter." Modern Philology, 71 (1974), 303.

3.19 "Closing the Frame: Having Faith and Keeping Faith in Tennyson's 'The Passing of Arthur.'" Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, 56 (1974), 423--42.

3.18 "'I heard of a delightful ghost': a New Ruskin Letter." Philological Quarterly, 52 (1973), 779--83.

3.17 "Hartley Coleridge on the Death of His Father: a New Letter." Notes and Queries, 20 n. s. (1973), 779--80.

3.16 "(Proposal for a repository of Tennyson criticism at Lincoln)." Tennyson Research Bulletin, 3 (1973), 64.

3.15 "Some New Thackeray Letters." English Language Notes, 10 (1973), 279--81.

3.14 "Swinburne to W. J. Linton and J. M. Inchbold: Two New Letters." Modern Language Review, 68 (1973), 264--67.

3.13 "Tennyson and Hartley Coleridge: A Brief Note." Tennyson Research Bulletin, 2 (1972), 37--38.

3.12 "The Page Proofs of ll. 1--132 of the 1842 Version of 'The Miller's Daughter.'" Tennyson Research Bulletin, 2 (1972), 37--38.

3.11 "Shipwrecked and Castaway on the Journey of Life: an Essay towards a Modern Iconography." Revue de Littérarature Comparée, 184 (1972), 569--96.

3.10 "Another Ruskin Letter." Notes and Queries, 19 n. s. (1972), 420.

3.9 "William Holman Hunt's 'The Shadow of Death.'" Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, 55 (1972), 197--239.

3.8 "John Ruskin and W. J. Linton: A New Letter." English Language Notes, 10 (1972), 38--41.

3.7 "J. D. Harding and John Ruskin on Nature's Infinite Variety." Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 28 (1970), 369--80.

3.6 "Ruskin's Version of Ut Pictura Poesis." Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 26 (1968), 521--28.

3.5 "Ruskin's Revisions of the Third Edition of Modern Painters, Volume I." Victorian Newsletter, 33 (1968), 12--16.

3.4 "Ruskin's Refutations of 'False Opinions Held Concerning Beauty." British Journal of Aesthetics, 8 (1968), 60--72.

3.3 "Ruskin and Baudelaire on Art and Artist." University of Toronto Quarterly, 37 (1968), 89--101.

3.2 "Letters Pro and Con (John Ruskin and Herbert Read)." Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 26 (1968), 99--101.

3.1 "Tristram Shandy and the Comedy of Context." Brigham Young University Studies, 7 (1966), 208--24. [text]

Reprinted in Laurence Sterne, Wege der Forschung, ed. Gerd Rohmann (Darmstadt: Wissenschafliche Buchgesellschaft, 1980), Pp. 201-- 17.

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