VLC 44.2 (and opening for new editor-in-chief)

 

Victorian Literature and Culture 44.2 (June 2016) is now available. Is also inviting applications for editor(s)-in-chief, due 1 July. Cambridge UP is also inviting applications for the position of editor-in-chief of VLC, due 1 July.

Issue 44.2 contains:

Geoffrey Scarre, FALLIBLE INFALLIBILITY? GLADSTONE’S ANTI-VATICAN PAMPHLETS IN THE LIGHT OF MILL’S ON LIBERTY

 

Jill Marie Treftz, TENNYSON’S THE PRINCESS AND THE CULTURE OF COLLECTION

Reza Taher-Kermani, “A THIN DISGUISE”: ON ROBERT BROWNING’S FERISHTAH’S FANCIES

Jacob Jewusiak, SUSPENSEFUL SPECULATION AND THE PLEASURE OF WAITING IN LITTLE DORRIT

Dehn Gilmore, “THESE VERBAL PUZZLES”: WILKIE COLLINS, NEWSPAPER ENIGMAS, AND THE VICTORIAN READER AS SOLVER

 

Kristen Guest, JEKYLL AND HYDE, INC.: LIMITED LIABILITY, COMPANIFICATION, AND GOTHIC SUBJECTIVITY

 

Zahra A. Hussein Ali, DIABOLIC MUSIC AND FEMALE DYSFUNCTIONALITY: HARDY’S “THE FIDDLER OF THE REELS”

 

Peter Katz, STAGING THE STREETS: THE THEATRICALITY OF SCIENCE IN FIN-DE-SIÈCLE MARTIAL ARTS

 

Aaron Worth, JAMES, MARSH, WILDE: UNCANNY KINETICS IN THE 1890S

 

Brent Shannon, “THE TERRIBLE MÄELSTROM OF DEBT”: CREDIT, CONSUMPTION, AND MASCULINITY IN OXBRIDGE FICTION, 1841–1911

Jonathan V. Farina, LITERARY HISTORIES OF THE NATURAL HISTORICAL BOOK

 

Anna Peak, THE CONDITION OF MUSIC IN VICTORIAN SCHOLARSHIP

 

Greg Vargo, LITERATURE FROM BELOW: RADICALISM AND POPULAR FICTION

 

 

 

 

 

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