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Volume 37 (2009)

Special Feature: Victorian Scotland

Volume 37Essays

  • Kathrine Klein, “Scottish Angels in the Reign of Victoria”
  • Mary M. Husemann, “Faith-Based Initiatives: Private and Public Reform in Margaret Oliphant’s Some Passages in the Life of Margaret Maitland
  • Carla E. Coleman, “Journal-istic Propaganda and Queen Victoria’s Construction of Scotland in Leaves from the Journal of a Life in the Highlands
  • Teresa Traver, “The Law and the Nation: Wilkie Collins and Scottish Identity”


  • Edward Cohen and Linda Fleming, “A Scottish Dozen: Uncollected Poems by Marion Bernstein”


  • Heather Miner, Rev. of Scotland, Britain, Empire: Writing the Highlands, 1760-1860, by Kenneth McNeil
  • Deborah Logan, Rev. of Scotland’s Books: A History of Scottish Literature, by Robert Crawford, and The Mighty Scot: Nation, Gender, and the Nineteenth-Century Mystique of Scottish Masculinity, by Maureen M. Martin
  • Albert Pionke, Rev. of Natural History Societies and Civic Culture in Victorian Scotland, by Diarmid A. Finnegan


  • Ann-Marie Dunbar, “‘Now for Truth!’: Confession and Testimony in The Ring and the Book
  • April Bullock, “Thackeray’s Young Men: Bohemia and Manliness in the Novels of William Makepeace Thackeray”
  • Micael M. Clarke, “Emily Brontë’s ‘No Coward Soul’ and the Need for a Religious Criticism”
  • Rob Breton, “Typography in the Poor Man’s Guardian
  • Kathy Nixon, “Artful Womanhood: Thomas Love Peacock’s Reinvention of St. Catherine of Alexandria as an English Bride”


  • Suzanne Ozment, Rev. of The Dramatic Imagination of Robert Browning: A Literary Life, by Richard S. Kennedy and Donald S. Hair
  • Jill Rappoport, Rev. of Portable Property: Victorian Culture on the Move, by John Plotz
  • Linda M. Shires, Rev. of Milton and the Victorians, by Erik Gray
  • Maria K. Bachman, Rev. of The Dickens Industry: Critical Perspectives, 1836-2005, by Eileen Gillooly and Deidre David; and Dickens and Creativity, by Barbara Hardy
  • Ruth Knechtel, Rev. of Art and the Transitional Object in Vernon Lee’s Supernatural Tales, by Patricia Pulham
  • Mary Ellis Gibson, Rev. of The Lotus and the Lion: Buddhism and the British Empire, by J. Jeffrey Franklin