ISSUE 7.1 (SPRING 2011)



Jenny Coleman, “The Disconcerting Double Bind: Anonymity and Writing as a Woman in the Nineteenth CenturyPDF Version

Deborah Hooker, “The Woman in the Race: Racing and Re-racing Thomas Hardy’s ‘Pure Woman’ in Tess of the d’UrbervillesPDF Version

Jennifer Judge, “The ‘Bitter Herbs’of Revisionist Satire in Charlotte Brontë’s ShirleyPDF Version

Suzanne Rintoul, “‘The Mysterious Woman and Her Legs’: Scrutinizing the Disabled Body in Barchester TowersPDF Version

Elyssa Warkentin, “Using a ‘woman’s wit and cunning’: Marie Belloc Lowndes Rewrites the RipperPDF Version



Joy Kasson, “Strange Encounters: American Indians and Victorian Britain.” Review of Kate Flint’s The Transatlantic Indian, 1776-1930. PDF Version

Andrea Kaston Tange, “Rethinking Nineteenth-Century Childhood.” Review of Sally Shuttleworth’s The Mind of the Child: Child Development in Literature, Science and Medicine, 1840-1900. PDF Version

Mary Jean Corbett, “What Happened to the Victorian Family?” Review of Charles Hatten’s The End of Domesticity: Alienation from the Family in Dickens, Eliot, and James.

Richard A. Kaye, “Green, Ethical, and Queer: The Way We Read Dickens Now.” Review of Eileen Gilloly and Deirdre David’s Contemporary Dickens and Holly Furneaux’s Queer Dickens: Erotics, Families, Masculinities. PDF Version

Sarah Minsloff, “A Minor Poet?” Review of Naomi Hetherington and Nadia Valman’s Amy Levy: Critical Essays.

Katherine Gilbert, “Law and Literature are Not Enough: The Intersections Between Legal History, Gender, and Print Culture.” Review of Christine L. Krueger’s Reading for the Law: British Literary History and Gender Advocacy. PDF Version


Editors-in-Chief: Stacey Floyd and Melissa Purdue

Reviews Editor: Susan David Bernstein

Reviews Assistant: Rachel Carroll

Technical Editor: Josh Reid