NINETEENTH-CENTURY GENDER STUDIES 

ISSUE 10.1 (SPRING 2014)

 

Articles

S. Brooke Cameron, “The Resilient Marian Halcombe: On Feminine Feeling and Wilkie Collins’s Debt to Amatory Fiction PDF Version

Clare Walker Gore, ““Setting Novels at Defiance”: Novel Reading and Novelistic Form in Charlotte M. Yonge’s The Heir of Redclyffe PDF Version

Janet C. Myers, “Picking the New Woman’s Pockets PDF Version

 

Reviews

Adelene Buckland, “‘One Culture’ or More? Science and the Novel in Moral Combat.” Review of Anne DeWitt’s Moral Authority, Men of Science, and the Victorian Novel. PDF Version

Clare Walker Gore, “Coming out of the Attic: Re-examining Disability in Jane Eyre.” Review of David Bolt, Julia Miele Rodas, and Elizabeth J. Donaldson’s The Madwoman and the Blindman: Jane Eyre, Discourse, Disability. PDF Version

Elsie B. Michie, “Rethinking George Eliot’s Later Life.” Review of Kathleen McCormack’s George Eliot in Society: Travels Abroad and Sundays at the Priory. PDF Version

Christine DeVine, “George Gissing’s Problems with Women.” Review of Christine Huguet and Simon J. James’s George Gissing and the Woman Question: Convention and Dissent. PDF Version

 

Editors-in-Chief: Stacey Floyd and Melissa Purdue

Reviews Editor: Susan David Bernstein

Reviews Assistant: Kaydian Campbell

Technical Editor: Josh Reid