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Editor's Note It is now (unbelievably) six years since I agreed to take over Victorian Review from Glennis Stephenson. Editing the journal has been a challenging but ultimately extremely rewarding experience. The privilege of working with established and young scholars has enriched my academic life and extended my circle of friends around the world. The time has come, however, to pass on the editorial duties. I am delighted to announce that the new editors are Susan Hamilton and Christopher Gordon-Craig, both of the University of Alberta. I know that they will enjoy their new job. They are also lucky to have the support of the Associate Editor, Leslie Howsam, who continues in her position. The last six years have seen some exciting changes for Victorian Review. I am particularly pleased that Leslie and I were able to negotiate a merger between Victorian Review and the Victorian Studies Association of Ontario Newsletter. Together the two associations can provide a journal of Victorian studies which will promote scholarship well into the new millennium. As a last note I would like to thank all those who have given so much of their time over the years: the membership of the V.S.A.W.C. and V.S.A.O., the Editorial Advisory Board, and, particularly, Charlene Sawatsky, the long-suffering Secretary of the History Department who has been involved in the production of each page of each number since I inherited thejournal. Editors: Susan Hamilton and Christopher Gordon-Craig, Department ofEnglish, University of Alberta, IA University Campus NW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T6G 2El. e-mail: Associate Editor: Leslie Howsam, Department of History, University of Windsor, 401 Sunset Avenue, Windsor, Ontario, Canada, N9B 3P4. e-mail: Cheers, Chris Hosgood ...


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