Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies 6:1 Now Available

Issue 6.1 of Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies is now available at www.ncgsjournal.com

This issue features the following articles and reviews:

Articles
Maeve E. Adams, “The Amazon Warrior Woman and the De/construction of Gendered Imperial Authority in Nineteenth-Century Colonial Literature”

Sumangala Bhattacharya, “Between Worlds: The Haunted Babu in Rabindranath Tagore’s ‘Kankal’ and ‘Nishite’”

Sumiao Li, “‘Arabian Nights Entertainment’: The Rule of Fashion and the Public Roles of Aristocratic Women in Britain 1820-1860”

Patricia E. Johnson, “Unlimited Liability: Women and Capital in Margaret Oliphant’s Hester

Kathrine Klein, “The Origins of Grace Aguilar’s Ideal Domesticity”

Patricia Rigg, “‘Enter into the genius of him’: Augusta Webster and the Discourse of Translation Theory”

Reviews

Stefanie Markovits, “Regarding War and Marriage: Romanticism and Everyday Experience.” Review of Mary A Favret’s War at a Distance: Romanticism and the Making of Modern Wartime and Eric C. Walker’s Marriage, Writing and Romanticism: Wordsworth and Austen After War.

Anna Dodson Saikin, “Aesthetic Expansion and Romantic Revolutions.” Review of Fiona Price’s Revolutions in Taste, 1773-1818: Women Writers and the Aesthetics of Romanticism.

Jessica Hindes, “Domestic Service in the Industrial Age: The Significance of Maria Edgeworth and Elizabeth Gaskell’s Literary Servants.” Review of Julie Nash’s Servants and Paternalism in the Works of Maria Edgeworth and Elizabeth Gaskell.

Lesley A. Hall, “From Prime to Decline?” Review of Kay Heath’s Aging by the Book: The Emergence of Midlife in Victorian Britain.

Kate Faber Oestreich, “Writing Woman in Print and Cloth.” Review of Christine Bayles Kortsch’s Dress Culture in Late Victorian Women’s Fiction: Literacy, Textiles, and Activism.

Kelly Hagar, “Constructing the Child.” Review of Marah Gubar’s Artful Dodgers: Reconceiving the Golden Age of Children’s Literature and Monica Flegel’s Conceptualizing Cruelty to Children in Nineteenth-Century England: Literature, Representation, and the NSPCC.

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