In this Issue
Victorian Studies, which began publication in 1956, is devoted to the study of English culture of the Victorian period. It includes interdisciplinary articles on comparative literature, social and political history, and the histories of education, philosophy, fine arts, economics, law, and science.
published byIndiana University Press
viewing issueVolume 56, Number 2, Winter 2014
Table of Contents
- Stylistic Virtue in Nineteenth-Century Criticism
- pp. 225-249
- Benefits Bestowed? Education and British Imperialism edited by J. A. Mangan, and: The Imperial Curriculum: Racial Images and Education in the British Colonial Experience edited by J. A. Mangan, and: The Making and Shaping of the Victorian Teacher: A Comparative New Cultural History by Marianne A. Larsen (review)
- pp. 311-314
- The Art of the Pose: Oscar Wilde’s Performance Theory by Heather Marcovitch, and: The Modern Art of Influence and the Spectacle of Oscar Wilde by S. I. Salamensky, and: Wilde’s Wiles: Studies of the Influences on Oscar Wilde and His Enduring Influences in the Twenty-First Century edited by Annette M. Magid (review)
- pp. 348-350
- Comments & Queries
- p. 373
- pp. 375-380
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