Review 19: Index by Topic Victorian Studies
 

Index - Victorian Studies

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

Architectural Identities: Domesticity, Literature and the Victorian Middle Classes (Toronto, 2010) xiv +341 pp.
by Andrea Kaston Tange; Reviewed by Elizabeth Gargano.

BECOMING IMPERIAL CITIZENS: INDIANS IN THE LATE-VICTORIAN EMPIRE (Duke, 2010) ix + 272 pp.
by Sukanya Banerjee; Reviewed by Zak Sitter.

BECOMING A WOMAN OF LETTERS: MYTHS OF AUTHORSHIP AND FACTS OF THE VICTORIAN MARKET (Princeton, 2009)
by Linda H. Peterson; To be reviewed by Katherine D. Harris.

BEYOND ROMANTIC ECOCRITICISM: TOWARD URBANATURAL ROOSTING (Palgrave 2011) xiii + 230 pp.
by Ashton Nichols; Reviewed by Samantha Harvey.

BRAM STOKER AND THE STAGE: REVIEWS, REMINISCENCES, ESSAYS AND FICTION, 2 vols. (Pickering & Chatto, October 2012) 800 pp.
by Catherine Wynne, ed.; To be reviewed by Peter Saccio.

BRITAIN’S CHINESE EYE: LITERATURE, EMPIRE, AND AESTHETICS IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY BRITAIN (Stanford, 2010), viii + 238pp.
by Elizabeth Chang; Reviewed by Gillen Wood.

BRITISH AESTHETICISM AND ANCIENT GREECE (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009)
by Stefano-Maria Evangelista; To be reviewed by Gillen D'Arcy Wood.

BRITISH VICTORIAN WOMEN'S PERIODICALS: BEAUTY, CIVILIZATION, POETRY (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009) xiii + 236 pp.
by Kathryn Ledbetter; Reviewed by Kimberly J. Stern.

THE CAMBRIDGE COMPANION TO THE PRE-RAPHAELITES (Cambridge, July 2012)
by Elizabeth Prettejohn; To be reviewed by .

THE CAMBRIDGE COMPANION TO VICTORIAN CULTURE (Cambridge, 2010) xvi + 309 pp.
by Francis O'Gorman, ed.; Reviewed by James Eli Adams.

THE CAMBRIDGE HISTORY OF VICTORIAN LITERATURE (Cambridge, 2012), xv + 774 pp.
by Kate Flint, ed.; Reviewed by David Riede.

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

THE COLLECTED LETTERS OF ELLEN TERRY, Volumes 2 and 3 Volume 2 (2011) vii +199 pp., Volume 3 (2012) vii + 389 pp.
by Katharine Cockin; Reviewed by Carol Simpson Stern.

THE COLLECTED LETTERS OF ELLEN TERRY: VOLUME I, 1865-1888 (Pickering & Chatto, 2010) xlvi + 241 pp.
by Katherine Cockin, ed.; Reviewed by Martin Meisel.

THE COMPLETE WORKS OF OSCAR WILDE VOLUME VI: JOURNALISM I (Oxford, June 2013)
by John Stokes and Mark Turner, eds.; To be reviewed by Anya Clayworth.

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.

CONFLICT AND DIFFERENCE IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY LITERATURE (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010) x + 257
by Dinah Birch and Mark Llewellyn, eds.; Reviewed by Jonathan Farina.

DARWIN AND THE MEMORY OF THE HUMAN: EVOLUTION, SAVAGES, AND SOUTH AMERICA (Cambridge, 2009) xii + 243 pp.
by Cannon Schmitt; Reviewed by George Levine.

DARWIN THE WRITER (Oxford, 2011) xx + 244 pp.
by George Levine; Reviewed by Jonathan Smith.

THE DEMON AND THE DAMOZEL: DYNAMICS OF DESIRE IN THE WORKS OF CHRISTINA ROSSETTI AND DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI (Ohio, 2009) 211 pp.
by Suzanne B. Waldman; Reviewed by Kathleen O'Neill Sims.

THE DYNAMICS OF GENRE: JOURNALISM AND THE PRACTICE OF LITERATURE IN MID-VICTORIAN BRITAIN (Virginia, 2009), x + 234 pp.
by Dallas Liddle; Reviewed by Laurel Brake.

ELECTRIC METERS: VICTORIAN PHYSIOLOGICAL POETICS (Ohio UP, 2009), pp. xiii + 222 pp.
by Jason R. Rudy; Reviewed by Meredith Martin.

EMPIRE IN QUESTION: READING, WRITING, AND TEACHING BRITISH IMPERIALISM (Duke, 2011) xxi + 392 pp.
by Antoinette Burton; Reviewed by Patrick Brantlinger.

FOR THE RECORD: ON SEXUALITY AND THE COLONIAL ARCHIVE IN INDIA (Duke, 2009) xii + 215 pp.
by Anjali Arondekar; Reviewed by Josna E. Rege.

FORGERY IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY LITERATURE AND CULTURE: FICTIONS OF FINANCE FROM DICKENS TO WILDE (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009) x + 187 pp.
by Sara Malton; Reviewed by Leeann D. Hunter.

FRANCES TROLLOPE: BEYOND "DOMESTIC MANNERS" (Routledge, 2013) x + 148 pp.
by Tamara Wagner, ed.; Reviewed by Abigail Burnham Bloom.

GLOBALIZATION AND THE GREAT EXHIBITION (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009) x + 249 pp.
by Paul Young; Reviewed by Tanya Agathocleous.

HERETICAL HELLENISM: WOMEN WRITERS, ANCIENT GREECE, AND THE VICTORIAN POPULAR IMAGINATION (Ohio, 2009) ix + 262 pp.
by Shanyn Fiske; Reviewed by Noah Comet.

THE HEROIC LIFE OF GEORGE GISSING, PART II (Pickering & Chatto/ Ashgate, January 2012) 500 pp.
by PIERRE COUSTILLAS; Reviewed by .

THE HEROIC LIFE OF GEORGE GISSING, PART III (Pickering & Chatto/ Ashgate, July 2012) 500 pp.
by PIERRE COUSTILLAS; To be reviewed by .

A HISTORY OF VICTORIAN LITERATURE (Wiley-Blackwell, 2009) xii + 463 pp.
by James Eli Adams; Reviewed by David Riede.

HOMOSEXUAL REVIVAL OF RENAISSANCE STYLE, 1850-1930 (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009), ix + 240 pp.
by Yvonne Ivory; Reviewed by Laurence Davies.

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

IBSEN'S FOREIGN CONTAGION: HENRIK IBSEN, ARTHUR WING PINERO AND MODERNISM ON THE LONDON STAGE, 1890 - 1900 (Academica 2012) xiv + 220 pp.
by T. Carlo Matos; Reviewed by .

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

JOHN RUSKIN AND THE VICTORIAN THEATRE (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009)
by Kate Newey and Jeffrey Richards; To be reviewed by Martin Meisel.

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.

LITERARY GHOSTS FROM THE VICTORIANS TO MODERNISM: THE HAUNTING INTERVAL (Routledge, 2012) xiv + 186 pp.
by Luke Thurston; Reviewed by Jennifer Bann.

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.

LOUISA WATERFORD AND JOHN RUSKIN: "FOR YOU HAVE NOT FALSELY PRAISED." (Legenda, 2015) xi+ 235 pp.
by Caroline Ings-Chambers; Reviewed by Sara Atwood.

MARY ELIZABETH BRADDON'S BELGRAVIA, A LONDON MAGAZINE, AND THE WORLD OF ANGLO-JEWRY, JEWS AND JUDAISM, 1866 - 1899 (Academica, March 6, 2012) 264 pp.
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.

Media, Technology, and Literature in the Nineteenth Century: Image, Sound, and Touch (Ashgate, 2011) xiii +302 pp.
by Colette Colligan and Margaret Linley, eds.; Reviewed by David Finkelstein.

THE MODERN PORTRAIT POEM: FROM DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI TO EZRA POUND (Virginia, 2012) viii + 260 pp.
by Frances Dickey; Reviewed by Elizabeth Bergmann Loizeaux.

A NECESSARY LUXURY: TEA IN VICTORIAN ENGLAND (Ohio, 2008) xi + 375 pp.
by Julie E. Fromer; Reviewed by Amy Robinson.

NINETEENTH-CENTURY BRITISH TRAVELERS IN THE NEW WORLD (Ashgate, 2013) x + 319 pp.
by Christine DeVine, ed.; Reviewed by Frank Christianson.

NONCONFORMIST WOMEN WRITERS, 1720-1840. Part 2, vols. 5-8 (Pickering and Chatto, 2011). Vol. 5, xxiv, 288 pp.; vol. 6, 545 pp;
vol. 7, vi, 352 pp.; vol. 8, vii, 636 pp.
by Timothy Whelan, ed.; Reviewed by Christine Krueger.

OSCAR WILDE (Continuum, 2009)
by Ruth Robbins; To be reviewed by Patricia Behrendt.

OSCAR WILDE AND ANCIENT GREECE (Cambridge, 2013) xv + 274
by Iain Ross; Reviewed by .

OSCAR WILDE AND MODERN CULTURE: THE MAKING OF A LEGEND (Ohio, 2009)
by Joseph Bristow, ed.; To be reviewed by Patricia Behrendt.

OVERCOMING MATTHEW ARNOLD: ETHICS IN CULTURE AND CRITICISM (Farnhanm, Surrey: Ashgate, 2012) 242 pages
by James Walter Caulfield; Reviewed by Lawrence Poston.

PERSEPHONE RISES, 1860-1927: MYTHOGRAPHY, GENDER, AND THE CREATION OF A NEW SPIRITUALITY (Ashgate, 2009) xvi + 171 pp.
by Margot K. Louis; Reviewed by Andrew Radford.

Pirates and Mutineers of the Nineteenth Century (Ashgate, 2011), xii + 299 pp.
by Grace Moore, ed.; Reviewed by Gillen Wood.

THE PLEASURES OF BENTHAMISM: VICTORIAN LITERATURE, UTILITY, POLITICAL ECONOMY (Oxford, November 2009) 267pp.
by Kathleen Blake; Reviewed by Regenia Gagnier.

THE POETRY OF CHARTISM: AESTHETICS, POLITICS, HISTORY (Cambridge, 2009). ix + 299 pp.
by Mike Sanders; Reviewed by John Plotz.

POETRY, PICTURES, AND POPULAR PUBLISHING: THE ILLUSTRATED GIFT BOOK AND VICTORIAN VISUAL CULTURE, 1855-1875 (Ohio, 2011) xiv + 305 pp.
by Lorraine Janzen Kooistra; Reviewed by Kathryn Ledbetter.

PORTRAITURE AND BRITISH GOTHIC FICTION: THE RISE OF PICTURE IDENTIFICATION, 1764–1835 (Johns Hopkins, 2012)
by Elliott Kamilla; To be reviewed by Robert Miles.

READING POPULAR CULTURE IN VICTORIAN PRINT: BELGRAVIA AND SENSATIONALISM (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009) xvi + 275 pp.
by Alberto Gabriele; Reviewed by Nikki Hessell.

ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON IN THE PACIFIC: TRAVEL, EMPIRE AND THE AUTHOR'S PROFESSION (Ashgate, 2009) x + 193 pp.
by Roslyn Jolly; Reviewed by John Lyon.

ROMANCES OF FREE TRADE: BRITISH LITERATURE, LAISSEZ-FAIRE, AND THE GLOBAL NINETEENTH CENTURY (Oxford, 2011) x + 189 pp.
by Ayse Celikkol; Reviewed by Patrick Brantlinger.

A ROOM OF HIS OWN: A LITERARY-CULTURAL STUDY OF VICTORIAN CLUBLAND (Ohio University Press, 2012) x + 301 pp.
by Barbara Black; Reviewed by Jane S. Gabin.

ROOMSCAPE: WOMEN WRITERS IN THE BRITISH MUSEUM FROM GEORGE ELIOT TO VIRGINIA WOOLF (Edinburgh, May 2013) 248 pp.
by Susan Bernstein; Reviewed by Ruth Hoberman.

RUSKIN'S EDUCATIONAL IDEALS (Ashgate, 2011) vii + 183 pp.
by Sarah Atwood; Reviewed by Helana Brigman.

RUSKIN, THE THEATRE AND VICTORIAN VISUAL CULTURE (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009) xiv + 242 pp.
by Anselm Heinrich, Katherine Newey and Jeffrey Richards, eds.; Reviewed by Martin Meisel.

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.

SHAKESPEARE AND VICTORIAN WOMEN (Cambridge, 2009)
by Gail Marshall; To be reviewed by Christopher Decker.

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

TURNING VICTORIAN LADIES INTO WOMEN : THE LIFE OF BESSIE RAYNER PARKES, 1829 - 1925 (Academica Press, 2012) xv + 288 pp.
by Emma Lowndes; Reviewed by Cheri L. Larsen Hoeckley.

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.

THE VICTORIAN DIARY--AUTHORSHIP AND EMOTIONAL LABOUR (Ashgate, September 2013)
by Anne-Marie Millim; To be reviewed by Kathryn Carter.

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

VICTORIAN LITERATURE: AN ANTHOLOGY (Wiley-Blackwell, 12 September 2012)
by William Whitla; Reviewed by Jared Hromadka.

A VICTORIAN MUSE: THE AFTERLIFE OF DANTE'S BEATRICE IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY LITERATURE (Continuum, 2009)
by Julia Straub; To be reviewed by J. Barrie Bullen.

VICTORIAN SCIENCE AND LITERATURE PART 1: Vols.1-4 (Pickering & Chatto, 2011), 1504 pp. PART 2: Vols. 5-8 (Pickering & Chatto, 2012), 1904 pp.
by Gowan Dawson and Bernard Lightman, eds.; Reviewed by Christine Ferguson.

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

THE VICTORIANS AND OLD AGE (Oxford, 2009) xiv + 284 pp.
by Karen Chase; Reviewed by Sarah Bleakney.

VISION, SCIENCE AND LITERATURE 1870-1920: OCULAR HORIZONS (Pickering & Chatto, 2011) 295 pp.
by Martin Willis; Reviewed by Garrett Peck.

WOMEN WRITERS AND NINETEENTH-CENTURY MEDIEVALISM (Palgrave-Macmillan, 2009) 230 pp.
by Clare Broome Saunders; Reviewed by Antony H. Harrison.

THE WORKS OF ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING (Pickering & Chatto, 2009)
by Sandra Donaldson, et al.; To be reviewed by Antony Harrison.

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