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No 4 (2007): Rethinking Victorian Sentimentality "Don't be so melodramatic!" Dickens and the affective mode Abstract   PDF
Sally Ledger
 
No 5 (2007): Verbal and Visual Interactions in Nineteenth-Century Print Culture 'A Storehouse of Past and Present Manners and Customs': the Private Scrapbook becomes a Communal Record in the Journals of William Hone Abstract   PDF   GALLERY
Louis James
 
No 9 (2009): Transatlanticism: Identities and Exchanges 'Henry James, Oscar Wilde and Aesthetic Culture', by Michèle Mendelssohn Abstract   PDF   HTML
Mark Turner
 
No 9 (2009): Transatlanticism: Identities and Exchanges 'The Atlantic Enlightenment', edited by Susan Manning and Francis D. Cogliano Abstract   PDF   HTML
Felicity James
 
No 11 (2010): Science, Literature, and the Darwin legacy 'The Lay of the Trilobite': Rereading May Kendall Abstract   PDF   HTML
John Robert Holmes
 
No 9 (2009): Transatlanticism: Identities and Exchanges 'The Transatlantic Indian, 1776-1930', by Kate Flint Abstract   PDF   HTML
Rohan McWilliam
 
No 9 (2009): Transatlanticism: Identities and Exchanges 'Transatlantic Print Culture, 1880-1940: Emerging Media, Emerging Modernisms', edited by Ann Ardis and Patrick Collier Abstract   PDF   HTML
Janet Floyd
 
No 9 (2009): Transatlanticism: Identities and Exchanges A White Atlantic? The Idea of American Art in Nineteenth-Century Britain Abstract   PDF   HTML   Gallery
Tim Barringer
 
No 11 (2010): Science, Literature, and the Darwin legacy After Darwin's Plots Abstract   PDF   HTML
Gillian Beer
 
No 10 (2010): Dickens and Science All I Believed is True: Dickens under the Influence Abstract   PDF   HTML
Steven Connor
 
No 9 (2009): Transatlanticism: Identities and Exchanges America on Display: Constructing and Containing Images of the United States Abstract   PDF   HTML
Ted Hovet
 
No 15 (2012): Perspectives on Pain Anaesthetic Bodies and the Absence of Feeling: Pain and Self-Mutilation in Later Nineteenth-Century Psychiatry Abstract   PDF   HTML
Sarah Chaney
 
No 19 (2014): The Victorian Tactile Imagination Arborealities: The Tactile Ecology of Hardy’s Woodlanders Abstract   HTML   PDF
William A. Cohen
 
No 13 (2011): Revisiting the Victorian East End Arthur Morrison, Criminality, and Late-Victorian Maritime Subculture Abstract   PDF   HTML
Diana Maltz
 
No 14 (2012): Dickens and Feeling ‘A man of great feeling and sensibility’: The Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi and the Tears of a Clown Abstract   PDF   HTML
Jonathan Buckmaster
 
No 14 (2012): Dickens and Feeling ‘A veritable Dickens shrine’: Commemorating Charles Dickens at the Dickens House Museum Abstract   PDF   HTML
Catherine Malcolmson
 
No 5 (2007): Verbal and Visual Interactions in Nineteenth-Century Print Culture ‘And Wot does the Catlog tell me?' Some Social Meanings of Nineteenth-Century Catalogues and Gallery Guides Abstract   PDF   Gallery
Catherine Flood
 
No 11 (2010): Science, Literature, and the Darwin legacy ‘By a Comparison of Incidents and Dialogue’: Richard Owen, Comparative Anatomy and Victorian Serial Fiction Abstract   PDF   HTML
Gowan Dawson
 
No 17 (2013): Space ‘From autumn to spring, aesthetics change’: Modernity's Visual Displays Abstract   PDF   HTML
Laura Marcus
 
No 9 (2009): Transatlanticism: Identities and Exchanges ‘Have the elder races halted?’: British Socialist Readings of ‘Pioneers! O Pioneers!’ Abstract   Poem   PDF   HTML
Kirsten Harris
 
No 18 (2014): Orality and Literacy ‘His father’s voice’: Phonographs and Heredity in the Fiction of Samuel Butler Abstract   HTML   PDF
Will Abberley
 
No 14 (2012): Dickens and Feeling ‘Joyful convulsions’: Dickens’s Comings and Goings Abstract   PDF   HTML
Valerie Sanders
 
No 16 (2013): W. T. Stead: Newspaper Revolutionary ‘Julia Says’: The Spirit-Writing and Editorial Mediumship of W. T. Stead Abstract   PDF   HTML
Sarah Crofton
 
No 13 (2011): Revisiting the Victorian East End ‘Long Trudges Through Whitechapel’: The East End of Beatrice Webb’s and Clara Collet’s Social Investigations Abstract   PDF   HTML
Gabrielle Mearns
 
No 14 (2012): Dickens and Feeling ‘Mr Popular Sentiment’ Conducts … Dickensian Journalism Then and Now Abstract   PDF   HTML
John Drew, Tony Williams
 
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