Volume 11, Number 1, Spring 2006

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Victorian Culture

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  Politics, Religion and Text: W.E. Gladstone and Spiritualism

pp. 1-29

  Thomas Carlyle, Richard Owen, and the Paleontological Articulation of the Past

pp. 30-58

  Christian Election, Holy Communion and Psalmic Language in Ernest Jones's Chartist Poetry

pp. 59-83

  'Queen Lilies'? The Interpenetration of Scientific, Religious and Gender Discourses in Victorian Representations of Plants

pp. 84-110

Focus on the Oxford DNB (part 2)

In 10:2, Alison Booth and David Amigoni reflected on the differences between the new Oxford DNB, and its Victorian antecedent. Dr Lawrence Goldman, the historian and present editor of the dictionary, provides his own focus on the continuities and discontinuities between the original and revised dictionaries, and their consequences for a shared understanding of the Victorian.

    Goldman, Lawrence, 1957-
  • A Monument to the Victorian Age? Continuity and Discontinuity in the Dictionaries of National Biography 1882-2004
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    Subject Headings:
    • Dictionary of national biography.
    • Great Britain -- Biography -- History and criticism.


  Victorian Culture and the Museum: Before and After the White Cube

pp. 133-145


Richard Price's British Society 1680-1880


pp. 146-147

  When Did the Victorian Age Begin? Reflections on Richard Price's British Society 1680-1880

pp. 147-154

  Were the Victorians Ever Modern?

pp. 154-160

  Partly Autonomous? Literary-Historical Reflections on Richard Price, British Society 1680-1880

pp. 160-167


pp. 168-179

Book Reviews

  Music Hall and Modernity: The Late-Victorian Discovery of Popular Culture, and: Musical Comedy on the West End Stage, 1890-1939 (review)

pp. 180-184

  Time Present and Time Past: The Art of John Everett Millais (review)

pp. 184-188

  Child Murder and British Culture, 1720-1900 (review)

pp. 189-193

  The Art of Alibi: English Law Courts and the Novel, and: Victorian Detective Fiction and the Nature of Evidence: The Scientific Investigations of Poe, Dickens, and Doyle (review)

pp. 193-198

  Narrating Women's History in Britain, 1770-1902 (review)

pp. 199-203


  Notes on Contributors

pp. 204-206