New issue online of Neo-Victorian Studies

New issue online of Neo-Victorian Studies

http://neovictorianstudies.com/

NVS 6-1 (2013)

Articles:

Sex, Terror, and Bram Stoker’s Dracula: Coppola’s Reinvention of Film History

Sigrid Anderson Cordell (1-21)

“No one remembers you at all”: Mick Imlah and Alan Hollinghurst Ventriloquising Tennyson

John Morton (22-40)

Neo-Victorian Biofiction and Trauma Poetics in Colm Tóibín’s The Master

José M. Yebra (41-74)

Germ Theory Temporalities and Generic Innovation in Neo-Victorian Fiction

Joanna Shawn Brigid O’Leary (75-104)

“You will see the logic of the design of this”: From Historiography to Taxonomography in the Contemporary Metafiction of Sarah Waters’s Affinity

Martin Paul Eve (105-125)

Dining with the Darwins: Senses and the Trace in (Neo-)Victorian Home Cooking

Lea Heiberg Madsen  (126-147)

“Such a Dazzling Display of Lustrous Legerdemain”: Representing Victorian Theatricality in Doctor Who

Catriona Mills (148-179)

NOTES

Is This Neo-Victorian? Planning an Exhibition on Nineteenth-Century Revivalism

Sonia Solicari (180-188)

Reviews:

Journeys in Ventriloquial Wonderland: Review of Helen Davies, Gender and Ventriloquism in Victorian and Neo-Victorian Fiction: Passionate Puppets

Marie-Luise Kohlke  (189-198)

Transcendent Lovers, Heroic Heathcliffs: Review of Hila Shachar, Cultural Afterlives and Screen Adaptations of Classic Literature: Wuthering Heights and Company

Rosa Karl (199-204)

Revisiting the Nineteenth-Century Novel: Review of Barbara Hardy, Dorothea’s Daughter and Other Nineteenth-Century Postscripts

Amy L. Montz (205-207)

The Self-Not-Self: Review of John Harwood, The Asylum

Marie-Luise Kohlke (208-212)

The Island of Lost Souls: Review of Jeremy Page, The Collector of Lost Things

Marie-Luise Kohlke (213-218)

Announcements Page (219-253)

Notes on Contributors (254-257)

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