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PAST ISSUE
5:2
2012

Special Issue:

The Other Dickens: Neo-Victorian Appropriation and Adaptation

Guest edited by: Charlotte Boyce and Elodie Rousselot

CONTENTS Pages  
     
Articles    
     

The Other Dickens: Neo-Victorian Appropriation and Adaptation

Charlotte Boyce and Elodie Rousselot

1-11 PDF
     

The Posthumous Dickens: Commemorative Adaptations, 1870-2012

Karen Laird

12-34 PDF
     

Miss Havisham’s Dress: Materialising Dickens in Film Adaptations of Great Expectations

Amber K. Regis and Deborah Wynne

35-58 PDF
     

A Christmas Carol and Global Economy: The Neo-Victorian Debt to the Nineteenth Century

Elodie Rousselot

59-83 PDF
     

The Pleasures and Limits of Dickensian Plot, or “I have met Mr. Dickens, and this is not him”

Dana Shiller

84-103 PDF
     

Dickensian Childhoods: Blighted Victorian Children in Michel Faber’s The Crimson Petal and the White

Elizabeth Rees
104-128 PDF
     

Mothers and Molls: Re-imagining the Dickensian Maternal in Charles Palliser’s The Quincunx

Sheelagh Russell-Brown

129-151 PDF
     

Dining with Savages and the Laws of Hostility: Performing Civilisation in Andersen’s English

Charlotte Boyce

152-178 PDF
     

Tangible Typography

Lillian Nayder

179-201 PDF
     
Reviews/Review Essays

   

Portable Neo-Victorianism: Review of Elizabeth Ho, Neo-Victorianism and the Memory of Empire

Eckart Voigts

202-208 PDF
     

Scenes of Defiant Female Lives: Review of Robert Muscutt, Heathen and Outcast and The Defiance of Mary Ball

Sneha Kar Chaudhuri

209-216 PDF
     

 The Canon, the Fan, and the Academic: Review of Sabine Vanacker and Catherine Wynne (eds.),

Sherlock Holmes and Conan Doyle: Multi-Media Afterlives

Nadine Boehm-Schnitker

217-227 PDF
     

Saving General Gordon: Review of Gillian Slovo’s An Honourable Man

Helen Davies

228-237

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Announcements Page

238-260

PDF
     
Notes on Contributors 261-263 PDF
                                                                                                                                                                                               

 

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