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VOLUME 9.1 (1990) SPECIAL ISSUE
Interpreting “Aire and Angels”
Edited by Achsah Guibbory
R.V. Young. Angels in “Aire and Angels.” 1-14.
Stella P. Revard. The Angelic Messenger in “Aire and Angels.” 15-18.
Phoebe S. Spinrad. “Aire and Angels” and Questionable Shapes. 19-22.
Michael C. Schoenfeldt. Patriarchal Assumptions and Egalitarian Designs. 23-26.
Judith Scherer Herz. Resisting Mutuality. 27-32.
John T. Shawcross. Donne’s “Aire and Angels”: Text and Context. 33-42.
John R. Roberts. “Just such disparitie”: The Critical Debate About “Aire and Angels.” 43-64.
Arnold Stein. Interpretation: “Aire and Angels.” 65-76.
Albert C. Labriola. “This Dialogue of One”: Rational Argument and Affective Discourse in Donne’s “Aire and Angels.” 77-84.
Janel Mueller. The Play of Difference in Donne’s “Aire and Angels.” 85-94.
Camille Wells Slights. Air, Angels, and Progress of Love. 95-104.
Achsah Guibbory. Donne, the Idea of Woman, and the Experience of Love. 105-112.