restricted access   Volume 132, Winter 2017

Table of Contents

Greetings from the Editor

p. 100
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Articles

Interpreting Divine Unity: Harriet Martineau’s Interreligious Essays

pp. 101-115
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free access   The Possibility of Taking a Walk: Jane Eyre’s Persistent Mobility

pp. 116-129
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Special Section: Women of the Press in the 1890s

Special Section: Women of the Press in the 1890s

pp. 130-133
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“Thank God for the Public Press, Which Sheds Its Strong White Light on All the Dark Corners of the Earth!”: Ada Nield Chew’s Journey From Factory Girl To Author-Activist

pp. 134-147
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Alice Meynell: Production, Reproduction, and the World of Work in the 1890s

pp. 148-161
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“What you write down is going to the press”: Margaret Harkness’s Accounts of the 1889 London Dockworkers’ Strike

pp. 162-174
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“As it was not ungrammatical, though of a chatty tendency, it seemed to please”: Lady Violet Greville, “Aristocratic Lady Journalist” of the 1890s

pp. 175-188
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Edith Simcox and La Chose Jugée

pp. 189-204
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“No Fixed Address”: Elizabeth Banks, the New Woman on Fleet Street

pp. 205-213
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Contributors

pp. 214-215
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