Bibiography for "The Ideology of 'eternal truth': William Holman Hunt and The
Lady of Shalott 1850-1905" by Andrew Leng, which originally appeared in volume 7 (1991) of Word & Image. It appears in the Victorian Web with the kind permission
of the author, who of course retains copyright.
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