Volume 46, Number 4, Winter 2013

Table of Contents

Articles

William Henry Boucher (1837-1906): Illustrator and Judy Cartoonist

pp. 441-474
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"Not for girls alone, but for anyone who can relish really good literature": L. T. Meade, Atalanta, and the Family Literary Magazine

pp. 475-498
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Murray's Magazine: The Lessons of Failure

pp. 499-525
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Periodicity, Time Travel, and the Emergence of Science Fiction: H. G. Wells's Temporal Adventures in the Pages of the New Review

pp. 526-538
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Journalists at George Eliot's Priory: Busy Editors, Writing Women, and the Founding of Mind

pp. 539-553
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Retrospective: The New Girl

pp. 554-561
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Review of Digitization Panels at the 2013 RSVP Conference

pp. 562-565
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Book Reviews

Asian Punches: A Transcultural Affair ed. by Hans Harder and Barbara Mittler (review)

pp. 526-538
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Romanticism and Blackwood's Magazine: "An Unprecedented Phenomenon" ed. by Robert Morrison and Daniel S. Roberts (review)

pp. 566-569
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The Flower of Empire: An Amazonian Water Lily, the Quest to Make it Bloom, and the World it Created by Tatiana Holway (review)

pp. 569-571
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Books Between Europe and the Americas: Connections and Communities, 1620-1860 ed. by Leslie Howsam and James Raven (review)

pp. 571-572
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The Poet's Mind: The Psychology of Victorian Poetry, 1830-1870 by Gregory Tate (review)

pp. 572-573
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The Curious World of Dickens by Clive Hurst and Violet Moller, and: Charles Dickens's Networks: Public Transport and the Novel by Jonathan H. Grossman (review)

pp. 573-574
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Family Secrets: Shame and Privacy in Modern Britain by Deborah Cohen (review)

pp. 575-576
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A Room of His Own: A Literary-Cultural Study of Victorian Clubland by Barbara Black (review)

pp. 576-577
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Lusting for London: Australian Expatriate Writers at the Hub of Empire, 1870-1950 by Peter Morton (review)

pp. 577-578
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The Indian Periodical Press and the Production of Nationalist Rhetoric by Sukeshi Kamra (review)

pp. 581-583
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Biographies

pp. 584-586
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Endnotes

pp. 587-588
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