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


2:2
Winter 2009/2010

Special Issue: Adapting the Nineteenth Century: Revisiting, Revising and Rewriting the Past
Guest edited by Alexia L. Bowler and Jessica Cox

Contents Pages  
Introduction to Adapting the Nineteenth Century:
Revisiting, Revising and Rewriting the Past
Alexia L. Bowler and Jessica Cox
1-17 PDF
     
Doing It With Mirrors:
Neo-Victorian Metatextual Magic in Affinity, The Prestige and The Illusionist
Ann Heilmann
18-42 PDF
     
“Such a fine, close weave”:
Gender, Community and the Body in Cranford (2007)
Katherine Byrne
43-64 PDF
     
Diary as Queer Malady:
Deflecting the Gaze in Sarah Waters’s Affinity
Kym Brindle
65-85 PDF
     
A Feminist Act of Adaptation:
Identities and Discourses in Michèle Roberts’s In the Red Kitchen
Adele Jones
86-108 PDF
     
Not My Mother’s Daughter:
Matrilinealism, Third-wave Feminism & Neo-Victorian Fiction
Nadine Muller
109-136 PDF
     
Shock Tactics:
The Art of Linking and Transcending Victorian and Postmodern Traumas in Graham Swift’s Ever After
Christian Gutleben
137-156 PDF
     
Envisioning the Ripper’s Visions:
Adapting Myth in Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell’s From Hell
Monika Pietrzak-Franger
157-185 PDF
     
“But it’s only a novel, Dorian”:
Neo-Victorian Fiction and the Process of Re-Vision
Louisa Yates
186-211 PDF
     
“The Shadow Who Wished to Become a Man”:
Doctor Glas in the Twenty First Century
Theresa Jamieson
212-236 PDF
     
Reviews    
Ghosts of Many Shades and Shadings:
Review of Mariadele Boccardi, The Contemporary British Historical Novel; Tatiana Kontou, Spiritualism and Women’s Writing; and Rosario Arias and Patricia Pulham (eds.), Haunting and Spectrality in Neo-Victorian Fiction
reviewed by Marie-Luise Kohlke
237-256 PDF
     
“Remember, the Angel May Write, but ‘Tis the Devil that Must Print”:
Review of Matthew Pearl, The Last Dickens
reviewed by Sneha Kar Chaudhuri
257-263 PDF
     
Familial Complications: Review of A.S. Byatt, The Children’s Book
reviewed by Marie-Luise Kohlke
264-271 PDF
     
Announcements Page 272-292 PDF
     
Notes on Contributors 293-295 PDF
                                                                                                                                                                                               

 

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