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Volume 53, Number 2, Winter 2011

Table of Contents


Literary Megatheriums and Loose Baggy Monsters: Paleontology and the Victorian Novel

pp. 203-230

"To surrender himself, in perfectly liberal inquiry": Walter Pater, Many-Sidedness, and the Conversion Novel

pp. 231-253

The Volcanic Disaster Narrative: From Pleasure Garden to Canvas, Page, and Stage

pp. 255-285

Review Forum

The Forms of Liberalism

pp. 287-293

Selvages of Living Liberalism: liberal / Liberal \ politique

pp. 294-302

What Was Liberalism, and Who Was Its Subject?; Or, Will the Real Liberal Subject Please Stand Up?

pp. 303-310

Response: Re-Living Liberalism

pp. 311-317

Book Reviews

After Adam Smith: A Century of Transformation in Politics and Political Economy (review)

pp. 319-321

The Empire Project: The Rise and Fall of the British World-System, 1830–1970 (review)

pp. 321-323

Caribbean Culture and British Fiction in the Atlantic World, 1780–1870 (review)

pp. 323-325

The American Slave Narrative and the Victorian Novel (review)

pp. 325-327

Law and Imperialism: Criminality and Constitution in Colonial India and Victorian England, and: Constructing the Criminal Tribe in Colonial India: Acting Like a Thief (review)

pp. 327-329

Sara Baartman and the Hottentot Venus: A Ghost Story and a Biography (review)

pp. 329-331

About Faces: Physiognomy in Nineteenth-Century Britain (review)

pp. 331-332

Spectacle of Deformity: Freak Shows and Modern British Culture (review)

pp. 333-334

Ireland and Scotland in the Nineteenth Century (review)

pp. 334-336

Empire and Scottish Society: The Impact of Foreign Missions at Home, c. 1790 to c. 1914 (review)

pp. 336-338

Knock: The Virgin's Apparition in Nineteenth-Century Ireland (review)

pp. 338-339

Newman and the Alexandrian Fathers: Shaping Doctrine in Nineteenth-Century England (review)

pp. 340-341

The Sisters of Sinai: How Two Lady Adventurers Discovered the Hidden Gospels (review)

pp. 341-343

Femininity, Mathematics and Science, 1880–1914 (review)

pp. 343-345

Women Writers and the Dark Side of Late-Victorian Hellenism (review)

pp. 345-347

Writing the Pre-Raphaelites: Text, Context, Subtext (review)

pp. 347-349

Borderline Citizens: Women, Gender, and Political Culture in Britain, 1815–1867 (review)

pp. 350-351

Thomas Hare and Political Representation in Victorian Britain (review)

pp. 351-353

Fighting Fires: Creating the British Fire Service, 1800–1978 (review)

pp. 353-355

Albion and Jerusalem: The Anglo-Jewish Community in the Post-Emancipation Era, 1858–1887 (review)

pp. 355-357

Leonard Merrick: A Forgotten Novelist's Novelist (review)

pp. 357-359

Under Conrad's Eyes: The Novel as Criticism (review)

pp. 359-361

Conspiracy, Revolution, and Terrorism from Victorian Fiction to the Modern Novel (review)

pp. 361-363

The Cultural Production of Matthew Arnold (review)

pp. 363-365

Bookish Histories: Books, Literature, and Commercial Modernity, 1700–1900 (review)

pp. 365-367

Literary Tourism and Nineteenth-Century Culture (review)

pp. 367-369

Gilbert and Sullivan: Class and the Savoy Tradition, 1875–1896 (review)

pp. 369-371

Making a Man: Gentlemanly Appetites in the Nineteenth-Century British Novel (review)

pp. 371-373

Victorian Childhoods (review)

pp. 373-375

Aging by the Book: The Emergence of Midlife in Victorian Britain, and: The Victorians and Old Age (review)

pp. 375-378

Haunting and Spectrality in Neo-Victorian Fiction: Possessing the Past, and: Victorian Vogue: British Novels on Screen (review)

pp. 378-381

Perspectives: Modes of Viewing and Knowing in Nineteenth-Century England (review)

pp. 381-383

Playing with Pictures: The Art of Victorian Photocollage, and: Points of View: Capturing the 19th Century in Photographs (review)

pp. 383-385

Comments & Queries

p. 387


pp. 389-394

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