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Special Issue

Neo-Victorianism and Globalisation: Transnational Dissemination of Nineteenth-Century Cultural Texts

Guest Edited by Antonija Primorac and Monika Pietrzak-Franger


Introduction: What is Global Neo-Victorianism?
Antonija Primorac and Monika Pietrzak-Franger
1-16 PDF

“Palimpsestuous” Attachments:

Framing a Manga Theory of the Global Neo-Victorian

Anna Maria Jones

17-47 PDF

Other Neo-Victorians:

Neo-Victorianism, Translation and Global Literature

Antonija Primorac

48-76 PDF

“Yet we believe his triumph might surely be ours”:

The Dickensian Liberalism of Slumdog Millionaire

Tanushree Ghosh

77-106 PDF

“Ship-Siblings”: Globalisation, Neoliberal Aesthetics,

and Neo-Victorian Form in Amitav Ghosh’s Sea of Poppies

Eddy Kent

107-130 PDF

To eat one’s words”: Language and Disjunction

in Joseph O’Connor’s Star of the Sea

Aidan O’Malley

131-159 PDF

The Suicide Quartet

Mima Simić

(trans. from Croatian by Filip Krenus)

160-164 PDF
Reviews/Review Essays


Epistles to the (Neo-)Victorian Past:

Review of Kym Brindle, Epistolary Encounters in Neo-Victorian Fiction: Diaries and Letters

Sneha Kar Chaudhuri

165-172 PDF

The Queer and The Quick:

Review of Lauren Owen, The Quick

Lois Burke

173-178 PDF
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