restricted access   Volume 58, Number 1, 2015

Table of Contents


The Child’s Resistance to Adulthood in Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island: Refusing to Parrot

pp. 3-29

Personal and National Trauma in H. Rider Haggard’s Montezuma’s Daughter

pp. 30-53

Rivaling Conan Doyle: L. T. Meade’s Medical Mysteries, New Woman Criminals, and Literary Celebrity at the Victorian Fin de Siècle

pp. 54-72

The Pianola in Early Twentieth-Century British Literature: “Really it is a wonderful machine”

pp. 73-90

George Moore’s Héloïse: Melancholy Independence Connected to the Natural World

pp. 91-104

Book Reviews

OUP’s Complete Wilde: Volume 5

pp. 105-112

The Empress’s New Clothes: Editing Victoria’s Letters

pp. 112-115

Winston Churchill’s Literary Mindset

pp. 115-117

Flights & Footlights

pp. 117-120

Late-Victorian Radical Print Culture

pp. 121-123

Buchan & Modernity

pp. 123-126

Cambridge UP Conrad Editions

pp. 126-130

Modernism & Central Concepts

pp. 130-134

Commerce & the Short Story

pp. 134-138

“John Trevena”: Ernest George Henham

pp. 138-142