The 124th issue of Victorians: A Journal of Culture and Literature was released last week. For over sixty years, Victorians (formerly The Victorian Newsletter) has been publishing scholarly articles featuring analyses of Victorian culture and literature. Please contact Dr. Deborah Logan for more information about subscribing to Victorians.
Here’s a list of the contents of the 124th issue:
“George Eliot’s ‘strange printing’: Exegesis, Community, and Daniel Deronda” by Michael Toogood
“Dobbin’s Corduroys: Sartorial Display and Modes of Masculinities in Vanity Fair” by Eva Chen
“Matthew Arnold and the Talmud Man” by Peter Brier
“Robert Browning and the Keepsake: Memory, Memorialization, and the Future of Poetry” by Alison Chapman
“‘fear them which kill the soul’: Marie Corelli’s Manifesto against Positivist Education” by Anastassiya Andrianova
Book Review: “Roy Morris, Jr., Declaring His Genius: Oscar Wilde in North America” by Nikolai Endres