Volume 25 (1997)


  • James W. Hood, “Tennyson, D. W. Griffith, and Victorian Pneumatography”
  • Jean Hoffmann Lewis, “Casa Guidi Windows: Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s Aesthetic Struggle”
  • Natalie Bell Cole, “The ‘Foreign Eye’ Outside and Within: Meredith’s Sandra Belloni
  • Elana Gomel and Stephen Weninger, “The Tell-Tale Surface: Fashion and Gender in The Woman in White
  • Katherine Haldane Grenier, “Tourism and the Idea of the Skye Crofter: Nature, Race, Gender and the Late Nineteenth-Century Highland Identity”
  • Scott McEathron, “Romantic Portraiture: The Memoirs of William Collins and The Woman in White
  • Lisa Surridge, “Domestic Violence, Female Self-Mutilation, and the Healing of the Male in Dombey and Son
  • Anna Krugovoy Silver, “‘My Perpetual Fast’: The Renunciation of Appetite in Christina Rossetti’s Speaking Likenesses


  • “Fifteen Unpublished Letters from John Blackwood and Joseph Munt Langford to George Henry Lewes and ‘George Eliot,’” edited by William Baker
  • “Thomas Carlyle On Trades-Unions, Promoterism and the Signs of the Times: An Unknown and Nearly Unpublished Manuscript,” edited by T. J. Trela

Electronic Resources / Review Essays

  • “Writing Lives: Narrative and Experience in Recent Biographies of Gaskell, Oliphant and the Brontës” by Jessica Martin
  • “Teaching Victorian Culture on the World Wide Web” by Martin Danahay