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Duffy, Martin A. Carol Shiner Wilson Stuart Curran, ed. Trela, Elizabeth M.

March of Intellect

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Christ and John O. Jordan, eds. Gonzalo J. Or the Importance of Being Earnest — Ann B. Da Costa Nunes, Grand Retrospectives — Collins, ed. John P. Stephen A. Mrozowski, Grace H. Ziesing, and Mary C. David Nash, Stability in a Distracted Age? The Recent Historiography of the Victorian Monarchy — Potts and W.

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David L. Doreen Bolger and Sarah Cash, eds. Michael R. Booth and Joel H. Kaplan, eds. Schwartz, eds. Thomas Prasch, Rethinking Victorian Photography — Susie L. Vincent A. Lankewish, Victorian Architectures of Masculine Desire 93— Pamela K. Barri J. Gold, Reproducing Empire: Moreau and Others — Johanna M. Da Costa Nunes, Inspired Eclectics — Chad Rohman, What Is Man? Edited by Margaret D.

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Leona W. Da Costa Nunes, and Looking Back 99— Cynthia J. Lawrence Woof, Introduction to the Reviews — Tracy C. Davis, Theater, but Wherefore Politics? Deirdre David, ed. Susan P. Suzanne M. Sarah C. Christopher M. Barbara M. Laura C. Ja cobson, ed. Alexandra K.

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DOI: An excellent account of some major trends in and challenges to studies of Victorian literature and science. Gates, Barbara. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, A study of women and the idea of nature both pre- and post-Darwin; discusses female literary and scientific writers, illustrators, and naturalists, including Beatrix Potter, Vernon Lee, and Marie Stopes. Numerous illustrations. Levine, George. Paradis, James, and Thomas Postlewait, eds.