restricted access   Volume 50, Number 2, Summer 2017

Table of Contents

Introduction to the Special Issue: Honoring Linda Peterson

pp. 271-272


Mary Howitt and the Business of Poetry

pp. 273-294

Taking the Multitudes Abroad: Dinah Mulock Craik's Travel Narratives in Victorian Family Magazines

pp. 295-316

"Due Encouragement": The Consecration of Female Authorship Through Reader Contributions and Extracts in The First Series of The Lady's Magazine (1770–1819)

pp. 319-335

Lasting Ephemera: Margaret Oliphant and Andrew Lang on Lives and Letters

pp. 336-365

Edith Simcox as Biographer of George Eliot in the Periodical Press

pp. 366-383

The "Hermeneutic Imperative" and Victorian Word Portraits

pp. 384-397

Becoming a Land Girl: Reprinting Alice Meynell's "The Shepherdess" in the Landswoman

pp. 398-417


Early Victorian Periodicals Research

pp. 418-424

An Interview with Andrea Broomfield, the First Recipient of the VanArsdel Prize

pp. 425-429


Nature's Truth: Photography, Painting, and Science in Victorian Britain by Anne Helmreich (review)

pp. 430-434

Subscribing to Faith? The Anglican Parish Magazine 1859–1929 by Jane Platt (review)

pp. 434-437

Teaching Transatlanticism: Resources for Teaching Nineteenth-Century Anglo-American Print Culture ed. by Linda K. Hughes and Sarah R. Robbins (review)

pp. 437-440


pp. 441-443


pp. 444-446