restricted access   Volume 59, Number 2, Winter 2017

Table of Contents

"Freaks of Furniture": The Useless Energy of Haunted Things

pp. 209-234

From Dispossession to Dissection: The Bare Life of the English Pauper in the Age of the Anatomy Act and the New Poor Law

pp. 235-259

After the Letter: Typographical Distraction and the Surface of Morris's Kelmscott Romances

pp. 260-287

The Untrusted Medium: Open Networks, Secret Writing, and Little Dorrit

pp. 288-313

Book Reviews

Love Among the Archives: Writing the Lives of Sir George Scharf, Victorian Bachelor by Helena Michie and Robyn Warhol (review)

pp. 314-316

Forget Me Not: The Rise of the British Literary Annual, 1823–1835 by Katherine D. Harris (review)

pp. 316-318

Oscar Wilde's Chatterton: Literary History, Romanticism, and the Art of Forgery by Joseph Bristow and Rebecca N. Mitchell (review)

pp. 318-320

Dead Letters Sent: Queer Literary Transmission by Kevin Ohi (review)

pp. 320-322

The Making of Modern English Theology: God and the Academy at Oxford, 1833–1945 by Daniel Inman, and: Victorian Christianity at the Fin De Siècle: The Culture of English Religion in a Decadent Age by Frances Knight (review)

pp. 322-325

Philanthropy and the Funding of the Church of England, 1856–1914 by Sarah Flew, and: Anglican Clergy in Australia, 1788–1850: Building a British World by Michael Gladwin (review)

pp. 325-328

Disillusioned: Victorian Photography and the Discerning Subject by Jordan Bear (review)

pp. 328-331

Carrying Off the Palaces: John Ruskin's Lost Daguerreotypes by Ken Jacobson and Jenny Jacobson (review)

pp. 331-333

The Story of Alice: Lewis Carroll and the Secret History of Wonderland by Robert Douglas-Fairhurst (review)

pp. 333-334

Supernatural Entertainments: Victorian Spiritualism and the Rise of Modern Media Culture by Simone Natale (review)

pp. 335-337

Chaos and Cosmos: Literary Roots of Modern Ecology in the British Nineteenth Century by Heidi C. M. Scott (review)

pp. 337-339

Beastly encounters of the Raj: Livelihoods, livestock and veterinary health in North India, 1790–1920 by Saurabh Mishra (review)

pp. 339-340

Knowledge, mediation and empire: James Tod's journeys among the Rajputs by Florence D'Souza (review)

pp. 340-342

Indigenous Communities and Settler Colonialism: Land Holding, Loss and Survival in an Interconnected World ed. by Zoë Laidlaw and Alan Lester (review)

pp. 342-345

Writing the Frontier: Anthony Trollope between Britain and Ireland by John McCourt (review)

pp. 345-347

Misfit Forms: Paths Not Taken by the British Novel by Lorri G. Nandrea (review)

pp. 347-349

Healing with water: English spas and the water cure, 1840–1960 by Jane M. Adams (review)

pp. 349-351

The Demographic Imagination and the Nineteenth-Century City: Paris, London, New York by Nicholas Daly, and: By Accident or Design: Writing the Victorian Metropolis by Paul Fyfe (review)

pp. 351-355

Women and the Railway, 1850–1914 by Anna Despotopoulou, and: Transport in British Fiction: Technologies of Movement, 1840–1940 ed. by Adrienne E. Gavin and Andrew F. Humphries (review)

pp. 355-358

Vice and the Victorians by Mike Huggins (review)

pp. 358-360

Murder, Mayhem and Music Hall: The Dark Side of Victorian London by Barry Anthony (review)

pp. 360-362

On Flinching: Theatricality and Scientific Looking from Darwin to Shell Shock by Tiffany Watt Smith (review)

pp. 362-364

Jewish Feeling: Difference and Affect in Nineteenth-Century Jewish Women's Writing by Richa Dwor (review)

pp. 365-366

Changing Hands: Industry, Evolution, and the Reconfiguration of the Victorian Body by Peter J. Capuano, and: The Racial Hand in the Victorian Imagination by Aviva Briefel (review)

pp. 366-369

I Hope I Don't Intrude: Privacy and its Dilemmas in Nineteenth-Century Britain by David Vincent (review)

pp. 369-371

Romance's Rival: Familiar Marriage in Victorian Fiction by Talia Schaffer (review)

pp. 371-373

Comments & Queries

pp. 374-375

Reviewer

pp. 376-379