Issue 8.1 of Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies

Issue 8.1 of Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies

is now available at:
It includes the following:

Georgina O’Brien Hill, “Charlotte Yonge’s “Goosedom””

Emily M. Hinnov, “‘Nothing more than a certain hue of brown’: Brownness as Metaphor for Robert Louis Stevenson’s Remnants of Fearful Femininity”

Sarah N. MacDonald, “Relationality in Working Women’s Autobiography”

Meaghan Malone, “Courting the Eye: Seeing Men in Jane Austen’s Persuasion”

Danielle Nielsen, “Survival and Acceptance in Flora Annie Steel’s On the Face of the Waters”

Cheryl A. Wilson, “Mona Caird’s Dancing Daughters”


Talia Schaffer, “The Scandal of Marrying for Money.” Review of Elsie B. Michie’s The Vulgar Question of Money: Heiresses, Materialism, and the Novel of Manners from Jane Austen to Henry James.

Jennifer Phegley, “Authorship, Editorship, and Women’s Sensational Power in Mid-Victorian England.” Review of Beth Palmer’s Women’s Authorship and Editorship in Victorian Culture: Sensational Strategies.

Julie E. Fromer, “Tracing History through Material Culture: Indian Goods in Victorian Domestic Fiction.” Review of Suzanne Daly’s The Empire Inside: Indian Commodities in Victorian Domestic Novels.

Jessica Straley, “Mapping the Unmapped Territories of Female Resistance.” Review of Megan A. Norcia’s X Marks the Spot: Women Writers Map the Empire for British Children, 1790-1895.


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