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EDITOR'S NOTE In a perverse way I wish I could introduce myself as the new editor by launching a vitriolic attack on those who had allowed a fine journal to sink into decay and, worse, irrelevance. I could then map out a brilliant and imaginative program to rescue the journal financially and intellectually. Fame would then naturally follow! Unfortunately such a dramatic introduction is entirely inappropriate; I inherit a successful interdisciplinary journal which is developing an international audience. The credit for this success must go to the outgoing editor, Glennis Stephenson, who has recently left the University of Alberta to take up a position in Scotland (under the misapprehension that it is warmer there in the winter!). Although I have only edited the journal for a short time, already I can appreciate the tremendous amount of work which Glennis must have put into the journal over the past three years. My wish is that I can maintain her rigorous standards in forthcoming numbers. For the future, I encourage all of you, VSAWC members and other subscribers to the journal, to continue your support of Victorian Review. It is your journal. Please submit your own work and suggest books for review, and don't forget to promote the journal amongst your colleagues. Finally, please let me know what you are doing. Fill in the form at the end of this number and forward it to me so that Victorian Review can continue to represent the interests of its readers. Chris Hosgood, Editor Victorian Review Department of History University of Lethbridge Lethbridge, Alberta TlK 3M4 TEL: (403) 329-2543 FAX: (403) 329-5109 E-MAEL:HOSGOOD@HG.ULETH.CA ...


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