Special Issue of SLI: “The Work of Gender in 19C British Culture” Now Available

A special issue of “Studies in the Literary Imagination” 43:1 (Spring 2010) on “The Work of Gender in Nineteenth-Century British Culture”  has just been published.

http://www.sli.gsu.edu/

Table of Contents

Martin Danahay
“Introduction: The Work of Gender in Nineteenth-Century British Culture’

Carolyn Lesjak
“Oscar Wilde and the Art/Work of Atoms”

Trev Lynn Broughton
“‘Life Slips’:  John Constable’s Correspondence and Masculinity”

Valerie R. Sanders
‘”Is there no Work in Hand?:” The Idle Son theme at mid-century.’

Patricia Zakreski
Piece Work: Mosaic, Feminine Influence and Charlotte Yonge’s Beechcroft at Rockstone

Kyriaki Hadjiaxfendi
Voicing the Past: Aural Sensibility, the Weaver-poet and George Eliot’s ‘Erinna’

Oliver Buckton
“What an impotent picture!”: Gladstone, Gordon, and the Politics of Masculinity in Stevenson’s Prince Otto.’

Sophia Andres
Gendered Incongruities in the Silenced Voice of Pre-Raphaelite Paintings: A. S. Byatt’s “Morpho Eugenia”

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