NINETEENTH-CENTURY GENDER STUDIES 

ISSUE 2.2 (SUMMER 2006)

Special Issue: The New Woman and Sexuality

Articles

Helen Bittel, “Required Reading for “Revolting Daughters”?: The New Girl Fiction of L.T. Meade.

Catherine Delyfer, “Rewriting the Myth of Atalanta: Sex and Style in Vernon Lee's Lady Tal.’PDF Version

Lisa Hager, “A Community of Women: Women's Agency and Sexuality in George Egerton's Keynotes and Discords.PDF Version

Mine Özyurt Kılıç, “A Mirror-Like Pool of Ink: The New Woman in Carter's Night at the Circus.PDF Version

Review Essay

Richard Dellamora, “Vernon Lee's Moment.PDF Version

Reviews

Teresa Mangum, “Strange Partners: The Curious Dance of the New Woman and the Imperial Adventurer.”Review of LeeAnne M. Richardson's New Woman and Colonial Adventure Fiction in Victorian Britain: Gender, Genre, Empire. PDF Version

Heather Miner, “Fragmenting the Female Voice: Restrictive Imperial Discourse and the New Woman Movement.” Review of Iveta Jusová's The New Women and the Empire. PDF Version

Matthew Potolsky, “The Beginning of the Fin.” Review of Joseph Bristow's The Fin-de-Siècle Poem: English Literary Culture in the 1890s. PDF Version

Linda K. Hughes, “An Elusive ‘Modern Woman.’” Review of Valerie Fehlbaum's Ella Hepworth Dixon: The Story of a Modern Woman. PDF Version

Ruth Livesey, “Making the Flâneuse Visible? Women and the City in the Novels of George Gissing.” Review of Emma Liggins's George Gissing, the Working Woman and Urban Culture.

Sarah Alexander, “Domesticating the Political.” Review of Beth Sutton-Ramspeck's Raising
the Dust: The Literary Housekeeping of Mary Ward, Sarah Grand, and Charlotte Perkins Gilman
. PDF Version

 

Editors-in-Chief: Stacey Floyd and Melissa Purdue

Reviews Editor: Lauren Goodlad

Techinical Editor: Josh Reid