In this Issue
- Volume 43, Number 2, Summer 2005
- Special Issue: American Victorian Poetry
- Guest Editor: Virginia Jackson
Founded in 1962 to further the aesthetic study of the poetry of the Victorian period (1830-1914) in Britain, Victorian Poetry today publishes articles from a broad range of theoretical/critical angles, including but not confined to new historicism, feminism, and social/cultural issues. The journal has expanded its purview from the major figures of Victorian England (Tennyson, Browning, the Rossettis, etc.) to a wider compass of poets of all classes and gender indentifications in nineteenth-century Britain and the Commonwealth.
published byWest Virginia University Press
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Table of Contents
- American Victorian Poetry: The Transatlantic Poetic
- pp. 157-164
- DOI: 10.1353/vp.2005.0023
- E. C. Stedman and the Invention of Victorian Poetry
- pp. 165-188
- DOI: 10.1353/vp.2005.0022
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