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EDITOR'S NOTE I'm sorry to have to announce that with the publication of this issue I will be stepping down as editor of the Victorian Review. I will be leaving to take up a new position in Scotland next year, and have reluctantly concluded that any suggestion that the journal of the Victorian Studies Association of Western Canada could be based in Scotland might meet with some small resistance. I would like to take this opportunity to thank my editorial board for all their support and hard work over the last few years. Special thanks are due to Rosemary Van Arsdel, who put almost as much effort as I did into the initial process of setting up the journal and has become, via mail, a good friend; Rowland and Juliet McMaster, who have, as always, been the kindest and most supportive of colleagues; and Astrid Blodgett, the most efficient, inventive, and good-natured of secretarial assistants, and also, I should add, one of Alberta's up and coming poets—although dabbling in the Victorian does not seem to have inspired her to dramatic monologues. We are lucky to have persuaded Chris Hosgood ofthe University ofLethbridge to take over the editorship, and, with the publication of this issue, I turn the journal over into his capable hands. Future submissions should be directed to Chris at the Department of History University of Lethbridge 4401 University Drive Lethbridge, AB TlK 3M4 TEL: (403)329 2543 FAX: (403)329 5109 ...


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