New Issue of Victorian Literature and Culture (September 2011) Available

VICTORIAN LITERATURE AND CULTURE 39:2

 

Research Articles


AFRICAN SKIN, VICTORIAN MASKS: THE OBJECT LESSONS OF MARY KINGSLEY AND EDWARD BLYDEN

Deborah Shapple Spillman
Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 39, Issue 02, September 2011, pp 305 – 326
doi: 10.1017/S1060150311000015 (About doi) Published Online on 18th May 2011
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THE ROMOLA CODE: “MEN OF APPETITES” IN GEORGE ELIOT’S HISTORICAL NOVEL

Nancy Henry
Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 39, Issue 02, September 2011, pp 327 – 348
doi: 10.1017/S1060150311000027 (About doi) Published Online on 18th May 2011
<a title="THE ROMOLA CODE: “MEN OF APPETITES” IN GEORGE ELIOT’S HISTORICAL NOVEL” href=”http://journals.cambridge.org/abstract_S1060150311000027&#8243; target=”_blank”>[ abstract ]


PAVEMENT, GUTTER, CARRIAGEWAY: SOCIAL ORDER AND URBAN SPACES IN THE WORK OF W. P. FRITH

Simon Knowles
Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 39, Issue 02, September 2011, pp 349 – 365
doi: 10.1017/S1060150311000039 (About doi) Published Online on 18th May 2011
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“THE CIRCLES OF VITALITY”: RUSKIN, SCIENCE, AND DYNAMIC MATERIALITY

Mark Frost
Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 39, Issue 02, September 2011, pp 367 – 383
doi: 10.1017/S1060150311000040 (About doi) Published Online on 18th May 2011
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SCRUTINIZING THE BATTLE OF DORKING: THE ROYAL UNITED SERVICE INSTITUTION AND THE MID-VICTORIAN INVASION CONTROVERSY

A. Michael Matin
Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 39, Issue 02, September 2011, pp 385 – 407
doi: 10.1017/S1060150311000052 (About doi) Published Online on 18th May 2011
<a title="SCRUTINIZING THE BATTLE OF DORKING: THE ROYAL UNITED SERVICE INSTITUTION AND THE MID-VICTORIAN INVASION CONTROVERSY” href=”http://journals.cambridge.org/abstract_S1060150311000052&#8243; target=”_blank”>[ abstract ]


LIVING BY DESIGN: C. R. ASHBEE’S GUILD OF HANDICRAFT AND TWO ENGLISH TOLSTOYAN COMMUNITIES, 1897–1907

Diana Maltz
Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 39, Issue 02, September 2011, pp 409 – 426
doi: 10.1017/S1060150311000064 (About doi) Published Online on 18th May 2011
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THOMAS HOOD, EARLY VICTORIAN CHRISTIAN SOCIAL CRITICISM, AND THE HOODIAN HERO

Robert D. Butterworth
Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 39, Issue 02, September 2011, pp 427 – 441
doi: 10.1017/S1060150311000076 (About doi) Published Online on 18th May 2011
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DOMESTIC SERVANTS, MIDNIGHT MEETINGS, AND THE MAGDALEN’S FRIEND AND FEMALE HOMES’ INTELLIGENCER

Scott Rogers
Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 39, Issue 02, September 2011, pp 443 – 461
doi: 10.1017/S1060150311000088 (About doi) Published Online on 18th May 2011
<a title="DOMESTIC SERVANTS, MIDNIGHT MEETINGS, AND THE MAGDALEN’S FRIEND AND FEMALE HOMES’ INTELLIGENCER” href=”http://journals.cambridge.org/abstract_S1060150311000088&#8243; target=”_blank”>[ abstract ]


“TO BE INDIFFERENT AND TO BE YOUNG”: DISRAELI, SYBIL, AND THE PRESERVATION OF AN AMERICAN “RACE,” 1879–1912

Gordon Fraser
Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 39, Issue 02, September 2011, pp 463 – 482
doi: 10.1017/S106015031100009X (About doi) Published Online on 18th May 2011
<a title="“TO BE INDIFFERENT AND TO BE YOUNG”: DISRAELI, SYBIL, AND THE PRESERVATION OF AN AMERICAN “RACE,” 1879–1912″ href=”http://journals.cambridge.org/abstract_S106015031100009X&#8221; target=”_blank”>[ abstract ]


WAKING DREAMS: GEORGE ELIOT AND THE POETICS OF DOUBLE CONSCIOUSNESS

Beth Tressler
Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 39, Issue 02, September 2011, pp 483 – 498
doi: 10.1017/S1060150311000106 (About doi) Published Online on 18th May 2011
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MEREDITHIAN SLIPS: EMBODIED DISPOSITIONS AND NARRATIVE FORM IN THE EGOIST

Sean O’Toole
Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 39, Issue 02, September 2011, pp 499 – 524
doi: 10.1017/S1060150311000118 (About doi) Published Online on 18th May 2011
<a title="MEREDITHIAN SLIPS: EMBODIED DISPOSITIONS AND NARRATIVE FORM IN THE EGOIST” href=”http://journals.cambridge.org/abstract_S1060150311000118&#8243; target=”_blank”>[ abstract ]


“STAMPED ON HOT WAX”: GEORGE MEREDITH’S NARRATIVES OF INHERITANCE

Melissa Shields Jenkins
Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 39, Issue 02, September 2011, pp 525 – 543
doi: 10.1017/S106015031100012X (About doi) Published Online on 18th May 2011
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LESSONS FROM THE GUTTER: SEX AND CONTAMINATION IN THE WAY WE LIVE NOW

Elizabeth Bleicher
Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 39, Issue 02, September 2011, pp 545 – 562
doi: 10.1017/S1060150311000131 (About doi) Published Online on 18th May 2011
<a title="LESSONS FROM THE GUTTER: SEX AND CONTAMINATION IN THE WAY WE LIVE NOW” href=”http://journals.cambridge.org/abstract_S1060150311000131&#8243; target=”_blank”>[ abstract ]


THE SYMPATHETIC INDIVIDUALIST: OUIDA’S LATE WORK AND POLITICS

Andrew King
Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 39, Issue 02, September 2011, pp 563 – 579
doi: 10.1017/S1060150311000143 (About doi) Published Online on 18th May 2011
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“THE PROMISE OF LITERATURE IN THE COMING DAYS”: THE BEST HUNDRED IRISH BOOKS CONTROVERSY OF 1886

Clare Hutton
Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 39, Issue 02, September 2011, pp 581 – 592
doi: 10.1017/S1060150311000155 (About doi) Published Online on 18th May 2011
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Review Essay


CURRENT THINKING: ON TRANSATLANTIC VICTORIANISM

John M. Picker
Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 39, Issue 02, September 2011, pp 595 – 603
doi: 10.1017/S1060150311000179 (About doi) Published Online on 18th May 2011
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REVOLUTIONIZING ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING: A REVIEW OF THE COMPLETE WORKS OF ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING

Alison Chapman
Victorian Literature and Culture, Volume 39, Issue 02, September 2011, pp 605 – 611
doi: 10.1017/S1060150311000180 (About doi) Published Online on 18th May 2011
<a title="REVOLUTIONIZING ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING: A REVIEW OF THE COMPLETE WORKS OF ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING” href=”http://journals.cambridge.org/abstract_S1060150311000180&#8243; target=”_blank”>[ abstract ]

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