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Volume 35 (2007)

Volume 35Essays

  • Susan E. Colón, “Elizabeth Gaskell’s Wives and Daughters: Professional and Feminine Ideology”
  • Shanyn Fiske, “Sati and Great Expectations: Dickens in the Wake of the Indian Mutiny”
  • Neil Hultgren, “Imperial Melodrama in Wilkie Collins’s The Moonstone
  • Tamara Wagner, “Lost in a Good Book: Remapping the Victorian Novel in Post-Millennium Britain”
  • Linda Gill, “The Princess in the Tower: Gender and Art in Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre and Alfred Lord Tennyson’s ‘The Lady of Shalott’”
  • Robert Sulcer, “Ungentlemanly Scholars”
  • Paul Thomas Murphy, “Culinary Utilitarian: The Political Thought of Alexis Soyer”

Special Section: Our Imaginary Friends

  • Leslie Haynsworth, “Mrs. Jellyby and Me: 21st-Century Reverberations of Victorian Social Critique”
  • Laura Green, “Wishing to be Fictional”
  • Maria LaMonaca, “‘An occupation for Bedlam’: Some Reflections on the Academic Life, Inspired by Dorothea Brooke”
  • Grace Moore and Susan Pyke, “Haunting Passions: Revising and Revisiting Wuthering Heights

Review Essays

  • Frank M. Turner, “The Letters of Matthew Arnold, Edited by Cecil Lang: A Review Essay”
  • Elizabeth J. Deis, “Past and Present: Two Studies of British Fin-De-Siècle Culture”

Reviews

  • Michael Kramp, Rev. of Gypsies and the British Imagination, 1807-1930, by Deborah Epstein Nord
  • Leila S. May, Rev. of Working Fictions: A Genealogy of the Victorian Novel, by Carolyn Lesjak
  • Samuel Lyndon Gladden, Rev. of The Resurrection of Oscar Wilde: A Cultural Afterlife, by Julia Wood
  • Bradley Deane, Rev. of Bram Stoker: A Literary Life, by Lisa Hopkins
  • Serena Trowbridge, Rev. of Christina Rossetti: The Patience of Style, by Constance W. Hassett
  • John R. Reed, Rev. of Victorian Sensations: Essays on a Scandalous Genre, ed. by Kimberly Harrison and Richard Fantina
  • Carla E. Coleman, Rev. of Graham R.: Rosamund Marriot Watson, Woman of Letters, by Linda K. Hughes
  • William R. McKelvy, Rev. of Identifying the Remains: George Eliot’s Death in the London Religious Press, by K. K. Collins
  • Terry L. Meyers, Rev. of Secreted Desires—The Major Uranians: Hopkins, Pater, and Wilde, by Michael Matthew Kaylor

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