Volume 24, Number 2, Winter 1998

Table of Contents

Editor's Note

p. vi

The Ambiguities of Empire

Introduction

pp. 112-117

Strangers in Every Port: Stereotypes of Victorian Women Travellers

pp. 118-129

"Distinct Vocations" and the Anglo-Indian in Sherlock Holmes' England

pp. 130-162

Kipling's Stalky and Co.: Resituating the Empire and the "Empire Boy"

pp. 163-174

Lotus Buds: Amy Wilson Carmichael and the Nautch-Girls of South India

pp. 175-193

Reviews

Sketches front a Young Country: The Images of Grip Magazine by Carman Cumming (review)

pp. 194-196

Women in Context: Two Hundred Years of British Women Autobiographers, a Reference Guide and Reader by Barbara Penny Kanner (review)

pp. 196-197

Animal Advocacy and Englishwomen, 1780-1900: Patriots, Nation, and Empire by Moira Ferguson (review)

pp. 198-200

Reminiscences by Thomas Carlyle (review)

pp. 200-203

Ex Uno Plures. Federal-Provincial Relations in Canada 1867-1896 by Garth Stevenson (review)

pp. 203-206

Pre-Raphaelite Women Artists by Jan Marsh and Pamela Gerrish Nunn, and: The Victorians: British Painting 1837-1901 by Malcolm Warner (review)

pp. 207-209

The Governess: An Anthology edited by Trev Broughton and Ruth Symes (review)

pp. 209-212

The Two Mr. Gladstones. A Study in Psychology and History by Travis L. Crosby (review)

pp. 212-215

The Shape of Fear: Horror and the fin de Si├Ęcle Culture of Decadence by Susan J. Navarette (review)

pp. 215-218

Secret Selves: Confession and Same-Sex Desire in Victorian Autobiography by Oliver S. Buckton (review)

pp. 218-220

Gallery Stroll

pp. 221-223

On Stage

pp. 224-225

Contributors

pp. 226-227

Announcements

pp. 228-229

Books Received

pp. 229-230

Index to Volume 24

pp. 231-232