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  Volume 41, Number 1, Spring 2008

Table of Contents

From: Victorian Periodicals Review

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Fortieth Anniversary Issue

Guest Editor of Special Anniversary Section: Rosemary T. VanArsdel

I. Prelude

"The Great Unexplored Continent of 19th-Century Studies": Victorian Periodicals (David De Laura, 1968)

pp. 1-5
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II. The Editors

II. THE EDITORS: In the Beginning

pp. 6-8
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The Victorian Periodicals Newsletter (VPN), January, April and July 1970

pp. 9-11
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Hanging On: James Ellis, et al, 1970-1973

pp. 12-13
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An Old Editor Remembers: VPN/VPR at Toronto, 1973–85

pp. 14-22
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From VPN to VPR: The Toronto Years, 1973–1984

pp. 23-28
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Coming of Age: the Barbara Quinn Schmidt Years, 1985 – 1993

pp. 29-32
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The Long Transition: 1993-1996

pp. 33-39
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Victorian Periodicals Review: 29:4 (Winter 1996) to 37:3 (Fall 2004)

pp. 40-47
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III. The Bibliographers

III. The Bibliographers: The Pioneer Bibliography

pp. 48-50
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The RSVP Checklist & Me: A Personal History

pp. 51-53
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BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE: Victorian Periodicals Review Annual Bibliographies

p. 54
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IV. Epilogue

Today and Tomorrow: Meeting the Digital Challenge

pp. 55-59
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Guest Editor's Acknowledgments

Acknowledgments

p. 60
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Articles

2007 VANARSDEL PRIZE ESSAY: "We Could Be of Service to Other Suffering People": Representations of India in the Irish Nationalist Press, c. 1857-1887

pp. 61-77
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Body-Building and Empire-Building: George Douglas Brown, The South African War, and Sandow's Magazine of Physical Culture

pp. 78-94
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Biographies

Biographies

pp. 95-97
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