- Evils of Materialism in Idylls and Great Expectations
- Loyalty in Great Expectations and "The Coming of Arthur"
- Human Relationships and Materialism in Great Expectations and "The Morte D'Arthur"
- The Pathetic Fallacy and Magic — Tennyson and Dickens
- Using the Fantastic to Convey Moral Messages
Connections to Tennyson's Other Works
- Tennyson and the Deep ("The Coming of Arthur" and "The Kraken" )
- "Morte d'Arthur"
- In Memoriam, Loss, and "The Passing of Arthur"
- In Memoriam, Visionary Rewards, and "The Passing of Arthur"
Relations to the Works of Other Writers
- Malory's Morte d'Arthur and Milton's Paradise Lost
- The Fool, in Troilus and Cressida (Thersites) and in Idylls of the King (Dagonet
- Swinburne's The Tale of Balen
- Dante's Inferno
- Homer, Vergil, Dante
- The Idea of a Literary Canon
- In Memoriam and The Idylls
- The Arthurian Background: Alan Lupack's Camelot Project at the University of Rochester (outside the Victorian Web).
- The Importance of Setting in The Warden and "The Holy Grail"
Last modified 15 January 2015