Issue 8.3 of Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies is now available at:
It includes the following:
Kellie Holzer, “The Body Writes Back: Self-Possession in Mr. Meeson’s Will”
Joanna Lackey, “‘I use the woman’s figure naturally’: Figuring Women’s Work in Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s Aurora Leigh”
Jenn McCollum, “Jane Eyre and Zombies”
LeeAnne M. Richardson, “‘What I’d Sing’: Dollie Radford’s Aesthetic Poetry in Progress”
Robin Sopher, “The Light-Haired Lady: The Role of Lucy’s Sympathy in The Mill on the Floss”
Virginia Zimmerman, “‘The Queering of Age’ in Victorian Literature.” Review of Claudia Nelson’s Precocious Children & Childish Adults: Age Inversion in Victorian Literature.
Joshua Taft, “Varieties of the Nineteenth-Century Sonnet.” Review of Marianne Van Remoortel’s Lives of the Sonnet, 1787-1895: Genre, Gender and Criticism.
Supritha Rajan, “The Ends of Excess in Nineteenth-Century Political Economy and the Novel.” Review of Deanna K. Kreisel’s Economic Woman: Demand, Gender, and Narrative Closure in Eliot and Hardy.
Sara L. Maurer, “Networking Angels.” Review of Jill Rappoport’s Giving Women: Alliance and Exchange in Victorian Culture