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“Travelling Companions” by Augustus Leopold Egg (Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery)

Autumn 2008

Speculations in and on the Neo-Victorian Encounter
Marie-Luise Kohlke
1-18 PDF
(Neo-)Victorian Fatigue: Getting Tired of the Victorians in
Conrad’s The Secret Agent
Cheryl A Wilson
19-40 PDF
“Ladies in Peril”: Sarah Waters on neo-Victorian narrative
celebrations and why she stopped writing about the Victorian era
Abigail Dennis
41-52 PDF
(Re-)Workings of Nineteenth-Century Century Fiction:
Definitions, Terminology, Contexts
Andrea Kirchknopf
53-80 PDF
Ghostly Histories and Embodied Memories: Photography,
Spectrality and Historical Fiction in Afterimage and Sixty Lights
Kate Mitchell
81-109 PDF
“The Dead Man Touch’d Me From the Past”: Reading as Mourning,
Mourning as Reading in A. S. Byatt’s ‘The Conjugial Angel’
Andrew Williamson
110-137 PDF
Reclaiming the Machine:
An Introductory Look at Steampunk in Everyday Practice
Rebecca Onion
138-163 PDF
What Is Neo-Victorian Studies?
Mark Llewellyn
164-185 PDF
Virginia Woolf and the Victorians by Simon Ellis
reviewed by Marie-Luise Kohlke
186-190 PDF
The Victorians in the Rearview Mirror by Simon Joyce
reviewed by Mark Llewellyn
191-195 PDF
The Journal of Dora Damage by Belinda Starling
reviewed by Marie-Luise Kohlke
196-202 PDF
Announcements Page 203-215 PDF
Notes on Contributors 216-217 PDF


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