THE EDITORS ARE GRATEFUL TO THE FOLLOWING FOR PERMISSION TO reproduce copyright material: Duke University Press for Christopher Lane’s essay, “The Impossibility of Seduction in Henry James’s Roderick Hudson and The Tragic Muse,” which originally appeared in American Literature, 68:4 (Winter 1996), pp. 739–64. Copyright 1996. Duke University Press. All rights reserved. Reprinted with permission. The Society of Authors on behalf of the Bernard Shaw Estate for extracts from Bernard Shaw’s Collected Letters: 1874–1897 and Collected Letters 1898–1910. The Director of Leisure Services, Sheffield City Council for photographs of Edward Carpenter in his late twenties, of Carpenter with John Johnston and George Merrill, and of Carpenter aged 43. The editors of European Romantic Review for Jonathan David Gross’s essay ” ‘One Half What I Should Say’: Byron’s Gay Narrator in Don Juan,” 9:3 (Summer 1998): 323–350. We are grateful to the Working Class Movement Library for supplying us with a photograph of the original print of The Leader of the Luddites and to Emory University for permission to use an illustration from George Walker’s The Costume of Yorkshire. The Graduate School of Appalachian State University supplied funds to pay for reproductions of the Edward Carpenter photographs. Jay Losey expresses appreciation to Christine Pye and Robin Rhea Fennelly for their editorial assistance and to Elizabeth and their children, Dylan and Clare, for their abiding love.
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Publication information: Book title: Mapping Male Sexuality: Nineteenth-Century England. Contributors: Jay Losey - Editor, William D. Brewer - Editor. Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. Place of publication: Madison, NJ. Publication year: 2000. Page number: 369.
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