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A Map of Tennysonian Misreading: Postmodern (Re)visions

Saverio Tomaiuolo
1-31 PDF

“This picture always haunted me”:

Dramatic Adaptations of The Woman in White

Christiana Salah
32-55 PDF

Ophelia, the Singing Corpse:

Pleasure and the Gaze in Where the Wild Roses Grow

Rachael Baitch Zeleny
56-72 PDF

Norbu’s The Mandala of Sherlock Holmes:

Neo-Victorian Occupations of the Past

Kristen Guest
73-95 PDF

My Salieri Complex: An Untold Story of Griffin and Kemp

Marina Julia Neary
96-117 PDF

“This garish parish called the music hall”:

Rupert Holmes’s Drood as Dickensian Adaptation

Marc Napolitano
118-144 PDF

Understanding the Literary Theme Park: Dickens World as Adaptation

Marty Gould and Rebecca Mitchell
145-171 PDF

Putting the ‘Neo’ Back into Neo-Victorian:

The Neo-Victorian Novel as Postmodern Revisionist Fiction

Samantha J. Carroll

172-205 PDF

Review/Review Essays


A Neo-Victorian Smorgasbord: Review of Ann Heilmann and Mark Llewellyn’s

Neo-Victorianism: The Victorians in the Twenty-First Century, 1990-2009

Marie-Luise Kohlke




A Partial Panorama: Review of Louisa Hadley’s Neo-Victorian Fiction

and Historical Narrative: The Victorians and Us

Christian Gutleben
218-224 PDF

Slumming Fantasies: Review of Marina Julia Neary’s Wynfield’s Kingdom

Marie-Luise Kohlke

225-231 PDF
Announcements Page 232-257 PDF
Notes on Contributors 258-260 PDF


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