restricted access   Volume 42, Number 2, Fall 2016

Table of Contents

Special Issue: The Brontës and Critical
Interventions in Victorian Studies

Editors' Note

p. v

Introduction: The Brontës and Critical Interventions in Victorian Studies

pp. 205-214

Forum 1: Brontë Revolutions

One or Several Jane Eyres?

pp. 215-222

Mind and Body in Charlotte Brontë's Fiction

pp. 222-228

A History of Transformation

pp. 228-234

On the Brontëesque

pp. 234-241

Forum 2: Brontë Evolutions

Those Wild Yorkshire Girls: Body, Place, and History in the Brontës' Lives and Art1

pp. 243-250

Charlotte Brontë: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

pp. 250-258

Big Sister

pp. 258-265

"Charlotte Brontë and Disability Studies"

pp. 265-269

Pens, Pencils, and Realism

pp. 269-272

Articles: Brontë Horizons

Lilith on the Moors: The Brontë Sisters' Runaway Women

pp. 273-289

Emily Brontë's Paper Work

pp. 291-305

Wuthering Heights: Dreams of Equilibrium in Physiology and Physics

pp. 307-322

Tedious Reading: The Untimeliness of Anne Brontë

pp. 323-342

Metonymic Chains: Shipwreck, Slavery, and Networks in Villette

pp. 343-360

Villette and the Ends of Interpretation

pp. 361-375

Book Reviews

Intimate Violence and Victorian Print Culture: Representational Tensions by Suzanne Rintoul (review)

pp. 377-379

Culture and Money in the Nineteenth Century: Abstracting Economics ed. by Daniel Bivona and Marlene Tromp (review)

pp. 379-381

Imagined Spiritual Communities in Britain's Age of Print by Joshua King (review)

pp. 381-383

Still Life: Suspended Development in the Victorian Novel by Elisha Cohn (review)

pp. 383-385


pp. 387-391