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

2:1
Winter 2008/2009

Special Issue: "Swing Your Razor Wide...": Sweeney Todd and Other (Neo)Victorian Criminalities

Contents    
Editor’s Note:
Marie-Luise Kohlke
i-vii PDF
     
Introduction to "Swing Your Razor Wide...":
Sweeney Todd and Other (Neo)Victorian Criminalities
Benjamin Poore and Kelly Jones
1-16 PDF
     
Scarlet Carsons, Men in Masks:
The Wildean Contexts of V for Vendetta
Ellen Crowell
17-45 PDF
     
The Angel
Lee Jackson
46-51 PDF
     

The Victorian Criminal Underworld and the Musical Carnivalesque
Scott Freer

52-77 PDF
     
Hyde and Seek in an Age of Surveillance:
Stevenson’s The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and the BBC’s Jekyll
Anna Lepine
78-102 PDF
     

Who Killed Cock Robin?
Lucy Sussex

103-120 PDF
     

Re-Viewing the Situation:

Staging Neo-Victorian Criminality and Villainy After Oliver!
Benjamin Poore

121-147 PDF
     
Reviews    

“The Autobiography … of a Neo-Victorian”:

Review of Philip Davis, Why Victorian Literature Still Matters

Daniel S. Brown

148-152 PDF
     

On the Turn: Review of Penny Gay, Judith Johnston, and Catherine Waters (eds.),

Victorian Turns, NeoVictorian Returns
reviewed by Mark Llewellyn

153-158 PDF
     

Worlds unto Themselves: Review of Carina Burman, The Streets of Babylon;

Elaine di Rollo, The Peachgrowers’ Almanac; and George Mann, The Affinity Bridge
reviewed by Marie-Luise Kohlke

159-178 PDF
     

“Posthumous Productivity”, Political Philosophy, and Neo-Victorian Style:

Review of Paul Ginsborg, Democracy: Crisis and Renewal

reviewed by Mark Llewellyn

179-186 PDF
     
Announcements Page 187-197 PDF
     
Notes on Contributors 198-200 PDF


 

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