1. Editors’ Note
  2. Kristen Guest, Mary Elizabeth Leighton, Lisa Surridge, Vanessa Warne
  3. p. 7
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  1. The Victorian Walkman
  2. Matthew Rubery
  3. pp. 9-13
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  1. Henry Heath’s The Caricaturist’s Scrap Book
  2. Brian Maidment
  3. pp. 13-18
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  1. Phonographic Etiquette; or, “The Spirit First Moves Mister Knowles”
  2. Patrick Feaster
  3. pp. 18-23
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  1. The January 1861 Quarterly Review as Genre, Media Event, and Research Heuristic
  2. Linda K. Hughes
  3. pp. 23-27
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  1. The Domestic and the Disruptive: A Musical Setting of Tennyson’s Maud
  2. Joanna Swafford
  3. pp. 28-31
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  1. Translocal Artistry: James McNeill Whistler’s Wapping
  2. Melissa Berry
  3. pp. 31-35
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  1. The “Fooliton”: A French Media Invention
  2. Marie-Ève Thérenty
  3. pp. 35-38
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  1. An Archaeology of Edison’s Metal Box
  2. Jentery Sayers
  3. pp. 39-41
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  1. Reading Numbers by Numbers: Digital Studies and the Victorian Serial Novel
  2. Susan David Bernstein, Catherine Derose
  3. pp. 43-68
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  1. Bibliographic Databases and “The Golden Stream”: Constructing the Periodical Poetry Index
  2. Natalie M. Houston, Lindsy Lawrence, April Patrick
  3. pp. 69-80
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  1. Marginalia and Community in the Age of the Kindle: Popular Highlights in The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
  2. Lauren Cameron
  3. pp. 81-99
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  1. The Making of the West End Stage: Marriage, Management and the Mapping of Gender in London, 1830–1870 by Jacky Bratton (review)
  2. Nicholas Daly
  3. pp. 127-128
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  1. Satire in an Age of Realism by Aaron Matz (review)
  2. Jessica Queener
  3. pp. 128-130
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  1. Liberalism, Imperialism, and the Historical Imagination: Nineteenth-Century Visions of a Greater Britain by Theodore Koditschek (review)
  2. Ian Hesketh
  3. pp. 130-133
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  1. The Science of History in Victorian Britain: Making the Past Speak by Ian Hesketh (review)
  2. William Meier
  3. pp. 133-135
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  1. Sentimental Masculinity and the Rise of History, 1790–1890 by Mike Goode (review)
  2. Constance Crompton
  3. pp. 135-137
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  1. The Oxford History of the Novel in English: Volume 3: The Nineteenth-Century Novel 1820–1880 ed. by John Kucich, Jenny Bourne Taylor (review)
  2. Beth Palmer
  3. pp. 137-139
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  1. The Camera as Historian: Amateur Photographers and Historical Imagination, 1885–1918 by Elizabeth Edwards (review)
  2. Owen Clayton
  3. pp. 139-141
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  1. Popular Fiction and Brain Science in the Late Nineteenth Century by Anne Stiles (review)
  2. Dennis Denisoff
  3. pp. 141-143
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 145-149
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