Review 19: Index by Topic Victorian Fiction
 

Index - Victorian Fiction

THE 'INVISIBLE HAND' AND BRITISH FICTION, 1818-1860: ADAM SMITH, POLITICAL ECONOMY, AND THE GENRE OF REALISM (Palgrave, 2011) xi + 251 pp.
by Eleanor Courtemanche; Reviewed by Leeann Hunter.

ADVERTISING, SUBJECTIVITY AND THE NINETEENTH-CENTURY NOVEL: DICKENS, BALZAC, AND THE LANGUAGE OF THE WALLS (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009), xi + 214 pp.
by Sara Thornton; Reviewed by Nicholas Mason.

AMY LEVY: CRITICAL ESSAYS (Ohio, 2010) xi +241 pp.
by Naomi Hetherington and Nadia Valman, eds.; Reviewed by Cynthia Scheinberg.

ARTFUL DODGERS: RECONCEIVING THE GOLDEN AGE OF CHILDREN'S LITERATURE (Oxford, 2009) xiv + 264 pp.
by Marah Gubar; Reviewed by James Eli Adams.

AS IF: MODERN ENCHANTMENT AND THE LITERARY PREHISTORY OF VIRTUAL REALITY (Oxford, January 2012)
by Michael Saler; To be reviewed by .

THE ASHGATE RESEARCH COMPANION TO THOMAS HARDY (Ashgate, 2010) xii + 603
by Rosemarie Morgan, ed.; Reviewed by Kristin Ross.

ATONEMENT AND SELF-SACRIFICE IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY NARRATIVE (Cambridge, July 2012)
by Jan - Melissa Schramm; Reviewed by Christine Krueger.

BECOMING DICKENS: THE INVENTION OF A NOVELIST (Harvard, October 2011) 400 pp.
by Robert Douglas-Fairhurst; To be reviewed by .

BETTER LEFT UNSAID: VICTORIAN NOVELS, HAYS CODE FILMS, AND THE BENEFITS OF CENSORSHIP (Stanford Law Books, 2013) x + 181 pp.
by Nora Gilbert; Reviewed by Christopher Pittard.

THE BRITISH AND IRISH SHORT STORY HANDBOOK (Wiley-Blackwell, February 2012)
by David Malcolm; To be reviewed by .

THE CAMBRIDGE COMPANION TO ANTHONY TROLLOPE (Cambridge, 2011) xv + 236 pp.
by Carolyn Dever and Lisa Niles, eds.; Reviewed by Deborah Denenholz Morse.

THE CAMBRIDGE INTRODUCTION TO CHARLES DICKENS (Cambridge, 2010) xi + 115 pp
by John Mee; Reviewed by Diana Archibald.

CHARITY AND CONDESCENSION: VICTORIAN LITERATURE AND THE DILEMMAS OF PHILANTHROPY (Ohio, April 2012)
by Daniel Siegel; To be reviewed by .

CHARLES DICKENS AND 'BOZ': THE BIRTH OF THE INDUSTRIAL-AGE AUTHOR (Cambridge, June 2012)
by Robert L. Patten; To be reviewed by .

CHARLES DICKENS'S NETWORKS: PUBLIC TRANSPORT AND THE NOVEL (Oxford, 2012), xi + 256pp
by Jonathan H. Grossman; Reviewed by Laurence Davies.

CHARLES DICKENS,
SKETCHES OF YOUNG GENTLEMEN AND YOUNG COUPLES: WITH SKETCHES OF YOUNG LADIES BY EDWARD CASWALL
ILLUSTRATED BY PHIZ
(Oxford, 2012) xxvi + 221 pp.
by PAUL SCHLICKE, ed.; Reviewed by Alison Byerly.

CHARLES DICKENS, A TALE OF TWO CITIES AND THE FRENCH REVOLUTION (Palgrave US, 2009) xi + 212 pp.
by Colin Jones, Josephine McDonagh and Jon Mee; Reviewed by Laurence Davies.

CLASS, CULTURE AND SUBURBAN ANXIETIES IN THE VICTORIAN ERA (Routledge, Taylor and Francis, 2009). 176pp.
by Laura Whelan; Reviewed by Sarah Bilston.

COMMON PRECEDENTS: THE PRESENTNESS OF THE PAST IN VICTORIAN LAW AND FICTION (Oxford, 2013). xii + 191 pp.
by Ayelet Ben- Yishai; Reviewed by Christine L. Krueger.

A COMPANION TO THOMAS HARDY (Wiley-Blackwell, 2009), pp. xiv + 488
by Keith Wilson, ed.; Reviewed by Kristin Ross.

CONCEPTUALIZING CRUELTY TO CHILDREN IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY ENGLAND-LITERATURE, REPRESENTATION, AND THE NSPCC (Ashgate, 2009) i-vi + 208 pp.
by Monica Flegel; Reviewed by Meg Norcia.

DICKENS AND THE ARTISTS (Yale, 2012) xi + 188 pp.
by Mark Bills, ed.; Reviewed by David Deirdre.

DICKENS AND BENJAMIN: MOMENTS OF REVELATION, FRAGMENTS OF MODERNITY (Ashgate, 2012)
by Gillian Piggott; Reviewed by Jeremy Tambling.

DICKENS AND MASS CULTURE (Oxford, 2011) xii + 321 pp.
by Juliet John; Reviewed by P.C. Fleming.

DICKENS AND THE RISE OF DIVORCE: THE FAILED-MARRIAGE PLOT AND THE NOVEL TRADITION (Ashgate, 2010) viii + 206 pp.
by Kelly Hager; Reviewed by Lyn Pykett.

DICKENS AND THE WORKHOUSE: OLIVER TWIST AND THE LONDON POOR (Oxford, April 2012)
by Ruth Richardson; To be reviewed by Stephen Prickett.

DICKENS'S LONDON : PERCEPTION, SUBJECTIVITY AND PHENOMENAL URBAN MULTIPLICITY (Edinburgh UP, 2012) xx + 251 pp.
by Julian Wolfreys; Reviewed by Jeremy Tambling.

DICKENS, CHRISTIANITY AND THE LIFE OF OUR LORD: HUMBLE VENERATION, PROFOUND CONVICTION (Continuum, 2009) x + 183 pp.
by Gary Colledge; Reviewed by Christine Colón.

DICKENSIAN DIGRESSIONS : THE HUNTER, THE HAUNTER, AND THE HAUNTED (Academica, 2011)
by Peter Rowland; To be reviewed by .

DOCTORING THE NOVEL: MEDICINE AND QUACKERY FROM SHELLEY TO DOYLE (Ohio 2012) xiv + 207 pp.
by Sylvia A. Pamboukian; Reviewed by Joanne Eysell.

ECONOMIC WOMAN: DEMAND, GENDER, AND NARRATIVE CLOSURE IN ELIOT AND HARDY (Toronto, December 2011) 320 pp.
by Deanna Kriesel; To be reviewed by .

THE FEELING OF READING: AFFECTIVE EXPERIENCE AND VICTORIAN LITERATURE (Michigan, 2010) 216 pp.
by Rachel Ablow, ed.; Reviewed by Susan Bernstein.

FROM SKETCH TO NOVEL: THE DEVELOPMENT OF VICTORIAN FICTION (Cambridge 2009)
by Amanpal Garcha; To be reviewed by John Sutherland.

GEORGE ELIOT'S INTELLECTUAL LIFE (Cambridge, 2010) xi+296 pp.
by Avron Fleishman; Reviewed by Patrick Fessenbecker.

THE HISTORICAL NOVEL (Routledge, Taylor and Francis, 2009)
by Jerome de Groot; To be reviewed by Harry Shaw.

HOW TO DO THINGS WITH BOOKS IN VICTORIAN BRITAIN (Princeton, 2012) x + 350 pp.
by Leah Price; Reviewed by Daniel Hack.

Irish Novelists and the Victorian Age (Oxford, 2011) 304 pp.
by James H. Murphy; Reviewed by Mary Jean Corbet.

THE JANUARY-MAY MARRIAGE IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY BRITISH LITERATURE (Palgrave Macmillan 2009). i-xii + 256 pages.
by Esther Godfrey; Reviewed by Deborah Morse.

JOSEPH CONRAD AND THE PERFORMING ARTS (Ashgate, 2009) viii + 165 pp.
by Katherine Isobel Baxter and Richard J. Hand, eds.; Reviewed by Jeremy Hawthorn.

JOSEPH CONRAD AND THE READER: QUESTIONING MODERN THEORIES OF NARRATIVE AND READERSHIP (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009)
by Amar Acheraïou; To be reviewed by Laurence Davies.

JOSEPH CONRAD: CONTEMPORARY REVIEWS, 4 VOLS. (Cambridge, 30 April 2012)
by Allan H. Simmons, John G. Peters and J. H. Stape, eds.; Reviewed by Peter Mallios.

JOURNALISM AND THE NOVEL: TRUTH AND FICTION, 1700-2000 (Cambridge, 2009) viii + 269 pp.
by Doug Underwood; Reviewed by Jack Vespa.

LAW AND LITERATURE 3rd edition (Harvard, 2009)
by Richard A. Posner; Reviewed by Robert F. Barsky.

LAW, LITERATURE, AND THE TRANSMISSION OF CULTURE IN ENGLAND 1837-1925 (Ashgate, 2010), viii + 250 pp.
by Cathrine O. Frank; Reviewed by Jane Lee.

LEGITIMACY AND ILLEGITIMACY IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY LAW, LITERATURE AND HISTORY (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010) viii + 191 pp.
by Margot Finn, Michael Lobban and Jenny Bourne Taylor, eds.; Reviewed by Robert Barsky.

LIFE OF GEORGE ELIOT: A CRITICAL BIOGRAPHY (Wiley Blackwell, 2012) xiii+ 299pp.
by Nancy Henry; Reviewed by Joanne Shattock.

LITERATURE AND DANCE IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY BRITAIN: JANE AUSTEN TO THE NEW WOMAN (Cambridge, 2009) vii + 202 pp.
by Cheryl A. Wilson; Reviewed by Alisa Clapp-Itnyre.

THE LIVES OF MACHINES: THE INDUSTRIAL IMAGINARY IN VICTORIAN LITERATURE & CULTURE (Michigan, 2011) xi + 236 pp.
by Tamara Ketabgian; Reviewed by Herbert Sussman.

MAKING A MAN: GENTLEMANLY APPETITES IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY BRITISH NOVEL (Ohio, 2009) viii + 309 pp.
by Gwen Hyman; Reviewed by Pamela Gilbert.

MARY ELIZABETH BRADDON AND THE JEWISH QUESTION: A VICTORIAN ENGLISH NOVELIST AND THE WORLDS OF ANGLO-JEWRY, ZIONISM AND JUDAISM, 1859 -- 1913 (Academica, 2011) pp. 264
by Ruth Morris; To be reviewed by .

MASCULINITY AND THE ENGLISH WORKING CLASS: STUDIES IN VICTORIAN AUTOBIOGRAPHY AND FICTION Literary Criticism and Cultural Theory (Routledge, May 15th 2012) 264 pp.
by Ying S. Lee; Reviewed by Cora Kaplan.

MASCULINITY, CRIME, AND SELF-DEFENSE IN VICTORIAN LITERATURE (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011) vii + 201 pp.
by Emelyne Godfrey; Reviewed by Tom Bragg.

NARRATIVE HOSPITALITY IN LATE VICTORIAN FICTION: NOVEL ETHICS (New York: Routledge, 2013) 218 pp.
by Rachel Hollander; Reviewed by Tara MacDonald.

A NEW HISTORY OF THE SERMON: THE NINETEENTH CENTURY (Brill, 2010) xiv + 554 pp.
by Robert H. Ellison, ed.; Reviewed by Margaret Markwick.

NEW WOMAN FICTION, 1881-1899. Part II: VOLUMES 4-6. (Vol 4: C. L. Pirkis, The Experiences Of Loveday Brooke, Lady Detective (1894); Vol 5: Annie E. Holdsworth, The Years that the Locust Hath Eaten (1895) and Joanna Traill, Spinster (1893); Vol. 6: Netta Syrett, Nobody's Fault (1896) and The Sheltering Tree (1939) (Pickering and Chatto, 2010) lxxxii + 716pp.
by Carolyn W. de la L. Oulton, Adrienne E. Gavin and SueAnn Schatz, et al., eds.; Reviewed by Tara MacDonald.

NOVEL VIOLENCE: A NARRATOGRAPHY OF VICTORIAN FICTION (Chicago, 2009) 268 pp.
by Garrett Stewart; Reviewed by Andrew Bennett.

THE POLITICS OF GENDER IN ANTHONY TROLLOPE'S NOVELS (Ashgate, 2009) xiii + 259 pp.
by Margaret Markwick, Deborah Denenholz Morse and Regenia Gagnier , eds.; Reviewed by N. John Hall.

READING FOR THE LAW: BRITISH LITERARY HISTORY AND GENDER ADVOCACY (Virginia, 2010) xi + 301 pp.
by Christine Krueger; Reviewed by Robert Barsky.

REFORMING TROLLOPE: RACE, GENDER, AND ENGLISHNESS IN THE NOVELS OF ANTHONY TROLLOPE (Ashgate, 2013) xii + 197
by Deborah Denenholz Morse; Reviewed by Robert Polhemus.

RETHINKING GEORGE MACDONALD: CONTEXTS AND CONTEMPORARIES (Scottish Literature International, 2013) 300 pp.
by Christopher McLachlan, John Patrick Pazdziora and Ginger Stelle, eds.; To be reviewed by John Pennington.

A RETURN TO THE COMMON READER: PRINT CULTURE AND THE NOVEL, 1850-1900 re and the Novel, 1850-1900 (Ashgate, 2011) xvi+188 pp.
by Beth Palmer and Adelene Buckland, eds.; Reviewed by Rachel Buurma.

REVISING THE CLINIC: VISION AND REPRESENTATION IN VICTORIAN MEDICAL NARRATIVE AND THE NOVEL (Ohio State, 2010) x + 261 pp.
by Meegan Kennedy; Reviewed by Athena Vrettos.

SATIRE IN AN AGE OF REALISM (Cambridge, 2010) xvi + 218pp.
by Aaron Matz; Reviewed by Pamela Gilbert.

SELECTED WORKS, PART II, ED. JOANNE SHATTOCK, ELISABETH JAY, LINDA PETERSON, TREV LYNN BROUGHTON, DAVID JASPER, FRANCIS O'GORMAN AND TESS COSSLETT 5 vols. (Pickering & Chatto/ Ashgate, June 2012) 200 pp.
by Margaret Oliphant; Reviewed by Elsie B. Michie.

SEMI-DETACHED EMPIRE: SUBURBIA AND THE COLONIZATION OF BRITAIN, 1880 TO THE PRESENT (Virginia, 2010) viii + 264 pp.
by Todd Kuchta; Reviewed by Yael Maurer.

SENSATION AND SUBLIMATION IN CHARLES DICKENS DICKENS (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011) 226 pp.
by John Gordon; Reviewed by Diana C. Archibald.

SUPPOSING BLEAK HOUSE (University of Virginia, 2011) xi +184 pp.
by John Jordan; Reviewed by Deirdre David.

THE SYMPATHETIC MEDIUM: FEMININE CHANNELING, THE OCCULT, AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES, 1859-1919 (Cornell, 2010) vii + 216 pp.
by Jill Galvan; Reviewed by Linda Simon.

THE TECHNOLOGY OF THE NOVEL: WRITING AND NARRATIVE IN BRITISH FICTION (Johns Hopkins, 2009) ix + 234 pp
by Tony E. Jackson; Reviewed by Laura M. White.

TESTIMONY ON TRIAL: CONRAD, JAMES, AND THE CONTEST FOR MODERNISM (Toronto, January 2012) 208 pp.
by BRIAN ARTESE; Reviewed by Joyce Wexler.

The Oxford History of the Novel in English, Volume 4: The Reinvention of the British and Irish Novel 1880-1940 (Oxford, 2010), xxv + 633 pp.
by Patrick Parrinder and Andrzej Gasiorek, eds.; Reviewed by Laurence Davies.

THINKING WITHOUT THINKING IN THE VICTORIAN NOVEL (Johns Hopkins, 2012)
by Vanessa Ryan; Reviewed by J. Stephen Addcox.

Thomas Hardy, Sensationalism, and the Melodramatic Mode (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011) xii + 245 pp.
by Richard Nemesvari; Reviewed by Tara MacDonald.

THE TRAGI-COMEDY OF VICTORIAN FATHERHOOD (Cambridge, 2009) xii + 246 pp.
by Valerie Sanders; Reviewed by Eileen Gillooly.

TRANSATLANTIC SENSATIONS (Ashgate, January 2012)
by Jennifer Phegley, John Cyril Barton and Kristin N. Huston, eds.; Reviewed by Lyn Pykett.

URBAN REALISM AND THE COSMOPOLITAN IMAGINATION IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY (Cambridge, 2011) xxii + 266 pp.
by Tanya Agathocleous; Reviewed by Joseph McLaughlin.

VICTORIAN DETECTIVE FICTION AND THE NATURE OF EVIDENCE: THE SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATIONS OF POE, DICKENS, AND DOYLE (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009)
by Lawrence Frank; To be reviewed by Paul Grimstad.

VICTORIAN LITERATURE AND FILM ADAPTATION (Cambria, November, 2011), pp. 280
by ABIGAIL BURNHAM BLOOM and MARY SANDERS POLLOCK, eds.; Reviewed by Kamilla Elliott.

VICTORIAN LITERATURE: AN ANTHOLOGY (Blackwell/ Wiley, 2009)
by William Whitla; To be reviewed by Jared Hromadka.

VICTORIAN VULGARITY (Ashgate, 2009) x + 259 pp.
by Susan David Bernstein and Elsie Michie, eds.; Reviewed by Ariel Gunn.

WOMEN AND LITERARY CELEBRITY IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY: THE TRANSATLANTIC PRODUCTION OF FAME AND GENDER (Ashgate, August 2012)
by Brenda R. Weber; To be reviewed by .

WOMEN REVIEWING WOMEN IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY BRITAIN-THE CRITICAL RECEPTION OF JANE AUSTEN, CHARLOTTE BRONTË, AND GEORGE ELIOT (Ashgate, 2010) x+175pp.
by Joanne Wilkes; Reviewed by Talia Schaffer.

WOMEN'S AUTHORSHIP AND EDITORSHIP IN VICTORIAN CULTURE: SENSATIONAL STRATEGIES (Oxford, 2011) ix + 206 pp
by Beth Palmer; Reviewed by Lyn Pykett.

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