Volume 34 (2006)


  • Sophia Andres, “From Camelot to Hyde Park: The Lady of Shalott’s Pre-Raphaelite Postmodernism in A. S. Byatt and Tracy Chevalier”
  • Nicole Fluhr, “Artist as Critic”
  • LuAnn McCracken Fletcher, “Dress Codes: Fashioning Taste in Eastlake and the Brontës”
  • Paul Marchbanks, “Hierarchies of Mind: A Lifelong Critique of ‘Intellectist’ Ideology and Discourse in Robert Browning’s Poetry”
  • Maria McGarrity, “Mary Seacole’s Wonderful Adventures: an Eastward Economy of Disease”
  • Michelle Mouton, “Should Phineas Finn by Salaried? Payment for M.P.s, Coverture, and the Merits of Public Service”
  • June Skye Szirotny, “Three Literary Riots: Felix Holt, Alton Locke, and I promessi sposi
  • Casey Cothran, “Mysterious Bodies: Deception and Detection in Wilkie Collins’s The Law and the Lady and The Moonstone
  • Lara Karpenko, “Margaret Oliphant’s ‘The Library Window’ and the Idea of ‘Adolescent Insanity’”


  • David J. Bradshaw, Rev. of Frances Power Cobbe: Victorian Feminist, Journalist, Reformer, by Sally Mitchell
  • Ryan Barnett, Rev. of Acting Naturally: Victorian Theatricality and Authenticity, by Lynn M. Voskuil
  • Diane Long Hoeveler, Rev. of Reading the Brontë Body: Disease, Desire, and the Constraints of Culture, by Beth Torgerson
  • Gavin Budge, Rev. of The Pre-Raphaelite Art of the Victorian Novel: Narrative Challenges to Visual Gendered Boundaries, by Sophia Andres
  • Ellen Bayuk Rosenman, Rev. of Slumming: Sexual and Social Politics in Victorian London, by Seth Koven
  • Sebastian D. G. Knowles, Rev. of Music Hall and Modernity: The Late-Victorian Discovery of Popular Culture, by Barry J. Faulk
  • Kathleen McCormack, Rev. of William and Lucy: The Other Rossettis, by Angela Thirwell
  • Judith Willson, Rev. of The Letters of Christina Rossetti, vol. 4: 1887-1894, ed. By Antony H. Harrison
  • Katherine Malone, Rev. of How To Make It As a Woman: Collective Biographical History from Victoria to the Present, by Alison Booth
  • Susie L. Steinbach, Rev. of Marital Violence: An English Family History, 1660-1857, by Elizabeth Foyster