On 19th-Century Literary Scholarship

New Issue: Victorian Literature and Culture (39:1) March 2011

In Articles on February 23, 2011 at 11:53 am

 

Victorian Literature and Culture

 

Research Articles

BOY-ORPHANS, MESMERIC VILLAINS, AND FILM STARS: INSCRIBING OLIVER TWIST INTO TREASURE ISLAND

U. C. Knoepflmacher

Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 39, Issue 01, March 2011, pp 1 – 25

DICKENS’S “JEWISH QUESTION”: PARIAH CAPITALISM AND THE WAY OUT

Deborah Epstein Nord

CONSERVATION OF ENERGY, INDIVIDUAL AGENCY, AND GOTHIC TERROR IN RICHARD MARSH’S THE BEETLE, OR, WHAT’S SCARIER THAN AN ANCIENT, EVIL, SHAPE-SHIFTING BUG?

Anna Maria Jones

Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 39, Issue 01, March 2011, pp 65 – 85 

WRITING AS FEMALE NATIONAL AND IMPERIAL RESPONSIBILITY: FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE’S SCHEME FOR SOCIAL AND CULTURAL REFORMS IN ENGLAND AND INDIA

Chieko Ichikawa

Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 39, Issue 01, March 2011, pp 87 – 105 

BODIES OF SCHOLARSHIP: WITNESSING THE LIBRARY IN LATE-VICTORIAN FICTION

Daniel Cook

Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 39, Issue 01, March 2011, pp 107 – 125 

THE DEAD STILL AMONG US: VICTORIAN SECULAR RELICS, HAIR JEWELRY, AND DEATH CULTURE

Deborah Lutz

Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 39, Issue 01, March 2011, pp 127 – 142 

GEORGE EGERTON’S KEYNOTES: NIETZSCHEAN FEMINISM AND FIN-DE-SIÈCLE FETISHISM

Daniel Brown

Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 39, Issue 01, March 2011, pp 143 – 166

A LIFE IN FRAGMENTS: THOMAS COOPER’S CHARTIST BILDUNGSROMAN

Gregory Vargo

Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 39, Issue 01, March 2011, pp 167 – 181

“LIKE BOTTLED WASPS”: BEERBOHM, HUYSMANS, AND THE DECADENTS’ SUBURBAN RETREAT

Mary Elizabeth Curtin

Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 39, Issue 01, March 2011, pp 183 – 200 

Work In Progress

NARRATING INSANITY IN THE LETTERS OF THOMAS MULOCK AND DINAH MULOCK CRAIK

Karen Bourrier

LITTLE BUILDERS: CORAL INSECTS, MISSIONARY CULTURE, AND THE VICTORIAN CHILD

Michelle Elleray

MALIGNANT FAITH AND COGNITIVE RESTRUCTURING: REALISM IN ADAM BEDE

Jon Singleton

Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 39, Issue 01, March 2011, pp 239 – 260

 

Review Essay

DIGITAL SCHOLARLY RESOURCES FOR THE STUDY OF VICTORIAN LITERATURE AND CULTURE

Andrew M. Stauffer

Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 39, Issue 01, March 2011, pp 293 – 303

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