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Contents Pages  
Refashioning the Past: Technology, Nostalgia, and (Neo-)Victorian Knitting Practices
Sherrin Berezowsky
1-27 PDF

Steampunk as a Postindustrial Aesthetic: “All that is solid melts in air”
Martin Danahay

28-56 PDF

“The Dark Descent”: Amnesia’s Debt to Victorian Physiological Psychology
J. Stephen Addcox

57-83 PDF

"The future isn’t what you thought”: Evolution, Degradation, and Scientific Romance in Nicholas Meyer’s Time After Time (1979)
Harvey O’Brien

84-105 PDF

The Aesthetics of Filth in Sweet Thames, The Great Stink and The Crimson Petal and The White
Saverio Tomaiuolo

106-135 PDF

Of Mice and Men: Eve Titus’s Basil of Baker Street and Disney’s The Great Mouse Detective as Holmesian Adaptations
Marc Napolitano

136-170 PDF

The Biofiction of a Novel: Sheila Kohler’s Becoming Jane Eyre
Dídac Llorens-Cubedo

171-199 PDF

Definitely an Author to Watch’: Rosie Garland on the (Neo-)Victorian Freak
Lin Pettersson

200-223 PDF
Reviews/Review Essays

Projecting Neo-Victorianism: Review of Nadine Boehm-Schnitker and Susanne Gruss (eds.), Neo-Victorian Literature and Culture: Immersions and Revisitations
Kate Mitchell

224-242 PDF
Bloody Boots in St Ann’s Square: Review of Rona Munro’s Scuttlers
Benjamin Poore
243-249 PDF
Resoundingly Neo-Victorian Biofiction in Paint: Review of Anthony Rhys’s Notorious
Marie-Luise Kohlke

250-271 PDF
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