Bibliographic update July 2016: All

Journal of Victorian Culture

Aestheticism and the Marriage Market in Victorian Popular Fiction: The Art of Female Beauty
vol. 21 (2): 253-255
Maps of Utopia: H. G. Wells, Modernity, and the End of Culture
vol. 21 (2): 246-249
‘The Stupidest Tea-Party in All My Life’: Lewis Carroll and Victorian Psychiatric Practice
vol. 21 (2): 147-167
Victorian Classical Burlesques: A Critical Anthology / The Golden Age of Pantomime: Slapstick, Spectacle and Subversion in Victorian England
vol. 21 (2): 261-264
Reading and the Victorians
vol. 21 (2): 267-270
Perspective: Digitizing the Diary – Experiments in Queer Encoding (A Retrospective and a Prospective)
vol. 21 (2): 226-241
Distant Strangers: How Britain Became Modern
vol. 21 (2): 256-260
Dickensian
vol. 21 (2): 242-246
The Cambridge Companion to Victorian Women’s Writing
vol. 21 (2): 273-276
The Bigamy Plot: Sensation and Convention in the Victorian Novel
vol. 21 (2): 264-267
British India and Victorian Literary Culture
vol. 21 (2): 270-273
Portraits of the Poor in Early Nineteenth-Century Radical Journalism
vol. 21 (2): 168-183
Liberal Evolutionism and the Satirical Ape
vol. 21 (2): 205-225
The Age of Asa: Lord Briggs, Public Life and History in Britain since 1945
vol. 21 (1): 118-120
The Poetry and the Politics: Radical Reform in Victorian England
vol. 21 (1): 123-126
Pre-Raphaelite Masculinities: Constructions of Masculinity in Art and Literature
vol. 21 (1): 121-123
Reading with the Occultists: Arthur Machen, A. E. Waite, and the Ecstasies of Popular Fiction
vol. 21 (1): 40-55
A Feminist Network in an Artists’ Home: Mary and George Watts, George Meredith, and Josephine Butler
vol. 21 (1): 74-91
Masters of Healing: Cocaine and the Ideal of the Victorian Medical Man
vol. 21 (1): 3-20
Shattered Minds: Madmen on the Railways, 1860–80
vol. 21 (1): 21-39
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