restricted access   Volume 29, Number 1, 2003

Table of Contents

From: Victorian Review

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A "Criminal Type" in all but Name: British Prison Medical Officers and the "Anthropological" Approach to the Study of Crime (c.1865-1895)

pp. 1-30

Emma Bovary's Sisters: Infectious Desire and Female Reading Appetites in Mary Braddon and George Moore

pp. 31-48

Browning's Christmas-Eve and Easter-Day: Formal Verse Satire and the Donnean Influence

pp. 49-69

From Voyeurism to Feminism: Victorian and Edwardian London's Streetfighting Slum Viragoes

pp. 70-86


Victorian Literature and the Anorexic Body by Anna Krugovoy Silver (review)

pp. 87-91

Not Shakespeare: Bordolatry and Burlesque in the Nineteenth Century by Richard Schoch (review)

pp. 92-96

The New Woman in Fiction and in Fact: Fin de Siecle Feminisms ed. by Angélique Richardson and Chris Willis (review)

pp. 97-102

Victorian Sappho by Yopie Prins (review)

pp. 103-110

Ruskin and Gender ed. by Dinah Birch and Francis O'Gorman (review)

pp. 111-113

National Identities and Travel in Victorian Britain by Marjorie Morgan (review)

pp. 114-118


pp. 119-120

Books Received

pp. 121-122