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Volume 56, Number 1, Autumn 2013

Table of Contents


Aesthetic Liberalism: John Stuart Mill as Essayist

pp. 7-30

“Du Maurierness” and the Mediatization of Memory

pp. 31-57

Curatorial Reading and Endless War

pp. 59-83

The Mormons, the Victorians, and the Idea of Greater Britain

pp. 85-111

Book Reviews

The Last Pre-Raphaelite: Edward Burne-Jones and the Victorian Imagination by Fiona MacCarthy (review)

pp. 113-115

Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Shakespeare: ‘This is Living Art’ by Josie Billington (review)

pp. 115-117

Masculinity in Four Victorian Epics: A Darwinist Reading by Clinton Machann (review)

pp. 117-118

Linley Sambourne: Illustrator and Punch Cartoonist by Leonée Ormond (review)

pp. 118-120

A Genius for Money: Business, Art, and the Morrisons by Caroline Dakers (review)

pp. 120-122

The Meaning of White: Race, Class, and the ‘Domiciled Community’ in British India 1858–1930 by Satoshi Mizutani (review)

pp. 122-124

Gender, Morality, and Race in Company India, 1765–1858 by Joseph Sramek (review)

pp. 124-126

Colonial Justice in British India: White Violence and the Rule of Law by Elizabeth Kolsky (review)

pp. 126-127

The Slave Trade and the Origins of International Human Rights Law by Jenny S. Martinez (review)

pp. 127-129

Taming Cannibals: Race and the Victorians by Patrick Brantlinger (review)

pp. 129-131

Alimentary Tracts: Appetites, Aversions, and the Postcolonial by Parama Roy, and: The Discourses of Food in Nineteenth-Century British Fiction by Annette Cozzi (review)

pp. 131-134

Meat, Commerce and the City: The London Food Market, 1800–1855 by Robyn S. Metcalfe, and: Bourgeois Consumption: Food, Space and Identity in London and Paris, 1850–1914 by Rachel Rich (review)

pp. 134-137

Charles Dickens’s Networks: Public Transport and the Novel by Jonathan H. Grossman (review)

pp. 137-139

Financing India’s Imperial Railways, 1875–1914 by Stuart Sweeney (review)

pp. 139-141

Conservatism and British Foreign Policy, 1820–1920: The Derbys and their World ed. by Geoffrey Hicks, and: On the Fringes of Diplomacy: Influences on British Foreign Policy, 1800–1945 ed. by John Fisher and Antony Best (review)

pp. 141-143

Victorian Settler Narratives: Emigrants, Cosmopolitans and Returnees in Nineteenth-Century Literature ed. by Tamara S. Wagner (review)

pp. 144-146

Diagnosing Empire: Women, Medical Knowledge, and Colonial Mobility by Narin Hassan (review)

pp. 146-148

The British Arboretum: Trees, Science and Culture in the Nineteenth Century by Paul A. Elliott, Charles Watkins, and Stephen Daniels (review)

pp. 148-150

Victorian Jewelry, Identity, and the Novel: Prisms of Culture by Jean Arnold (review)

pp. 150-151

Time, Space, and Gender in the Nineteenth-Century British Diary by Rebecca Steinitz (review)

pp. 151-153

Elizabeth Wolstenholme Elmy and the Victorian Feminist Movement: The Biography of an Insurgent Woman by Maureen Wright (review)

pp. 153-155

Charlotte Brontë’s Atypical Typology by Keith A. Jenkins (review)

pp. 155-157

Newman and his Contemporaries by Edward Short (review)

pp. 158-159

Feeling for the Poor: Bourgeois Compassion, Social Action, and the Victorian Novel by Carolyn Betensky (review)

pp. 159-161

Sympathetic Realism in Nineteenth-Century British Fiction by Rae Greiner (review)

pp. 161-162

In the Company of Strangers: Family and Narrative in Dickens, Conan Doyle, Joyce, and Proust by Barry McCrea (review)

pp. 163-164

Victorian Hybridities: Cultural Anxiety and Formal Innovation ed. by U. C. Knoepflmacher and Logan D. Browning (review)

pp. 165-166

Indian Angles: English Verse in Colonial India from Jones to Tagore by Mary Ellis Gibson (review)

pp. 166-168

Terrorism, Insurgency and Indian-English Literature, 1830–1947 by Alex Tickell (review)

pp. 168-170

The Ascent of the Detective: Police Sleuths in Victorian and Edwardian England by Haia Shpayer-Makov, and: Purity and Contamination in Late Victorian Detective Fiction by Christopher Pittard (review)

pp. 170-173

The Myth of Manliness in Irish National Culture, 1880–1922 by Joseph Valente (review)

pp. 173-175

Magic Lantern, Panorama and Moving Picture Shows in Ireland, 1786–1909 by Kevin Rockett and Emer Rockett (review)

pp. 175-176

Nineteenth-Century Theatre and the Imperial Encounter by Marty Gould (review)

pp. 177-178

As If: Modern Enchantment and the Literary Prehistory of Virtual Reality by Michael Saler (review)

pp. 178-180

Venice and the Cultural Imagination: ‘This Strange Dream Upon the Water’ ed. by Michael O’Neill, Mark Sandy, and Sarah Wootton (review)

pp. 180-182

Comments & Queries

pp. 183-184


pp. 185-190

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