New Issue of Victorian Literature and Culture: 38:1 (March 2010)

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Research Articles

OVER-DOING THINGS WITH WORDS IN 1862: PRETENSE AND PLAIN TRUTH IN WILKIE COLLINS’S NO NAME

Sundeep Bisla

Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 38, Issue 01, March 2010, pp 1 – 19

doi:10.1017/S1060150309990283

Published online by Cambridge University Press 23 Feb 2010

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BETWEEN THE MEDUSAN AND THE PYGMALIAN: SWINBURNE AND SCULPTURE

Lene Østermark-Johansen

Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 38, Issue 01, March 2010, pp 21 – 37

doi:10.1017/S1060150309990295

Published online by Cambridge University Press 23 Feb 2010

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COMMODITIES, OWNERSHIP, AND THE EUSTACE DIAMONDS: THE VALUE OF FEMININITY

Jen Sattaur

Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 38, Issue 01, March 2010, pp 39 – 52

doi:10.1017/S1060150309990301

Published online by Cambridge University Press 23 Feb 2010

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HARRIET MARTINEAU’S MATERIAL REBIRTH

Shalyn Claggett

Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 38, Issue 01, March 2010, pp 53 – 73

doi:10.1017/S1060150309990313

Published online by Cambridge University Press 23 Feb 2010

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“DREAMING OVER AN UNATTAINABLE END”: DISRAELI’S TANCRED AND THE FAILURE OF REFORM

Jennifer Conary

Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 38, Issue 01, March 2010, pp 75 – 87

doi:10.1017/S1060150309990325

Published online by Cambridge University Press 23 Feb 2010

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“THE GRAND STILL MIRROR OF ETERNITY”: TEMPORAL DUALISM AND SUBJECTIFICATION IN CARLYLE AND DICKENS

Justin Prystash

Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 38, Issue 01, March 2010, pp 89 – 106

doi:10.1017/S1060150309990337

Published online by Cambridge University Press 23 Feb 2010

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MRS. SEACOLE PRESCRIBES HYBRIDITY: CONSTITUTIONAL AND MATERNAL RHETORIC IN WONDERFUL ADVENTURES OF MRS. SEACOLE IN MANY LANDS

Jessica Howell

Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 38, Issue 01, March 2010, pp 107 – 125

doi:10.1017/S1060150309990349

Published online by Cambridge University Press 23 Feb 2010

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SEXUALITY’S UNCERTAIN HISTORY: OR, “NARRATIVE DISJUNCTION” IN DANIEL DERONDA

David W. Toise

Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 38, Issue 01, March 2010, pp 127 – 150

doi:10.1017/S1060150309990350

Published online by Cambridge University Press 23 Feb 2010

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“THE DISEASE, WHICH HAD HITHERTO BEEN NAMELESS”: M. E. BRADDON’S CHALLENGE TO MEDICAL AUTHORITY IN BIRDS OF PREY AND CHARLOTTE’S INHERITANCE

Nicki Buscemi

Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 38, Issue 01, March 2010, pp 151 – 163

doi:10.1017/S1060150309990362

Published online by Cambridge University Press 23 Feb 2010

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“REVIEWING THE RITES PROPER TO CANONISATION”: NEW WOMAN NOVELS AND NEW CONCEPTUALIZATIONS OF CANONICITY

Galia Ofek

Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 38, Issue 01, March 2010, pp 165 – 186

doi:10.1017/S1060150309990374

Published online by Cambridge University Press 23 Feb 2010

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THE STRAIGHT LEFT: SPORT AND THE NATION IN ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE

Douglas Kerr

Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 38, Issue 01, March 2010, pp 187 – 206

doi:10.1017/S1060150309990386

Published online by Cambridge University Press 23 Feb 2010

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Work In Progress
BROWNING BELIEVING: “A DEATH IN THE DESERT” AND THE STATUS OF BELIEF

Jonathan Loesberg

Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 38, Issue 01, March 2010, pp 209 – 238

doi:10.1017/S1060150309990404

Published online by Cambridge University Press 23 Feb 2010

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“TO HELP THE NATION TO SAVE ITS SOUL”: MUSEUM PURPOSES IN JAMES’S THE PRINCESS CASAMASSIMA

John Pedro Schwartz

Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 38, Issue 01, March 2010, pp 239 – 254

doi:10.1017/S1060150309990416

Published online by Cambridge University Press 23 Feb 2010

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Special Effects
ELISABETH JERICHAU-BAUMANN, “EGYPT 1870”

Julia Kuehn

Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 38, Issue 01, March 2010, pp 257 – 266

doi:10.1017/S106015030999043X

Published online by Cambridge University Press 23 Feb 2010

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BROGEDE REJSEBILLEDER ( MOTLEY IMAGES OF TRAVEL) BY ELISABETH JERICHAU-BAUMANN, “EGYPT 1870”

Ragnheiður Ólafsdóttir

Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 38, Issue 01, March 2010, pp 267 – 284

doi:10.1017/S1060150309990441

Published online by Cambridge University Press 23 Feb 2010

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Review Essays
VICTORIANS LIVE

Herbert Sussman

Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 38, Issue 01, March 2010, pp 287 – 318

doi:10.1017/S1060150309990465

Published online by Cambridge University Press 23 Feb 2010

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