NINETEENTH-CENTURY GENDER STUDIES 

ISSUE 7.3 (WINTER 2011)

 

Articles

Neil Cocks, “‘Scripture Its Own Interpreter’: Mary Martha Sherwood, The Bible and Female AutobiographyPDF Version

Constance Crompton, “Dissimulation and the Detecting Eye: Female Masculinity in ‘A Scandal in Bohemia’PDF Version

Lynda A. Hall, “A View from Confinement: Persuasion’s Resourceful Mrs. Smith PDF Version

Jacob Jewusiak, “The End of the Novel: Gender and Temporality in Elizabeth Gaskell’s CranfordPDF Version

Tamara S. Wagner, “‘Honour! that’s for men’: Satirizing Gender and Genre Confines in Margaret Oliphant’s Phoebe, JuniorPDF Version

 

Reviews

Josephine Lee, “An Intelligent Woman’s Guide to Gilbert and Sullivan.” Review of Carolyn Williams’s Gilbert and Sullivan: Gender, Genre, Parody. PDF Version

Elizabeth Carolyn Miller, “Envisioning Totality: London and Victorian Cosmopolitanism.” Review of Tanya Agathocleous’s Urban Realism and the Cosmopolitan Imagination in the Nineteenth Century. PDF Version

Mary Mullen, “Manliness and Mother Ireland.” Review of Joseph Valente’s The Myth of Manliness in Irish National Culture, 1880-1922. PDF Version

Mary Wilson Carpenter, “How (Victorian) Medicine and (Victorian) Stories Need One Another.” Review of Tabitha Sparks’s The Doctor in the Victorian Novel: Family Practices and Louise Penner’s Victorian Medicine and Social Reform: Florence Nightingale among the Novelists. PDF Version

Deborah Denenholz Morse, “Sentimental Apes, Naughty Monkeys, Erotic Lapdogs, and Canine Pilgrims.” Review of Laura Brown’s Homeless Dogs and Melancholy Apes: Humans and Other Animals in the Modern Literary Imagination. PDF Version

 

Editors-in-Chief: Stacey Floyd and Melissa Purdue

Reviews Editor: Susan David Bernstein

Reviews Assistant: Amy Kahrmann Huseby

Technical Editor: Josh Reid