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The utopia of regionalism: W. H. Hudson and the environmental essay. Schenkel, Elmar Dec 22, 2020 7021
Gerard Manley Hopkins's "Skies of Couple-Colour". Hewitt, Sean Sep 22, 2020 9999
"One of the Dumms": Lear, Deafness, and the Wound of Sound. Lodge, Sara Jun 22, 2020 5614
"Looking Downward Thence": D. G. Rossetti's "The Blessed Damozel" in Astronomical Focus. Hall, Jason David Critical essay Sep 22, 2019 9799
Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Taylor, Beverly Essay Sep 22, 2019 3424
Swinburne. Mazel, Adam Essay Sep 22, 2019 2737
Osmanli Modernlesmesinde Anglosakson Etkisi (1839-1852)/Anglo-Saxon Impact on the Ottoman Modernisation (1839-1852). Cagri, Erhan,; Irsat, SarialIoglu, Report Sep 22, 2019 8410
Dickens, London Zoo, and "Household Words". Morrison, Ronald D. Critical essay Mar 22, 2019 7431
History. Sep 22, 2018 1470
Revising Respiration: Mesmerism, Spiritualism, and the Shared Breath of Poetic Voice in Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Aurora Leigh. Nesbit, Kate Critical essay Sep 22, 2018 8586
Ubi Sunt: Allusion and Temporality in Victorian Poetry. Gilead, Sarah Sep 22, 2018 9784
General Materials. Pionke, Albert D. Essay Sep 22, 2018 3709
Thomas Hardy. Clark, Indy Essay Sep 22, 2018 2958
Gerard Manley Hopkins. Grafe, Adrian Sep 22, 2018 4190
Swinburne. Mazel, Adam Essay Sep 22, 2018 3055
Tennyson. Hughes, Linda K. Critical essay Sep 22, 2018 4692
Victorian Women Poets. Harrington, Emily Essay Sep 22, 2018 2613
The Late Victorian Economy of Countenance in Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Suner, Ahmet Critical essay Jun 22, 2018 6004
"Armed Thinker," "Militant Stoic": John Morley through French Eyes. Morrison, Kevin A. Critical essay Mar 22, 2018 1388
Paul Pennyfeather and the Victorian Governess: The Rejection of Nineteenth-Century Idealism in Decline and Fall. O'Brien, Ellen Critical essay Sep 22, 2017 4902
Forgiveness in Jane Eyre. Wu, Yih-Dau Critical essay Dec 1, 2016 7293
General materials. Pionke, Albert D. Sep 22, 2015 2084
Matthew Arnold. Machann, Clinton Essay Sep 22, 2015 3381
Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Taylor, Beverly Essay Sep 22, 2015 3268
Swinburne. Lyons, Sara Sep 22, 2015 1342
Tennyson. Hughes, Linda K. Essay Sep 22, 2015 4046
"Let the rank tongue blossom": Browning's stuttering. Jones, Ewan Essay Jun 22, 2015 12359
Rehearsing social justice: temporal ghettos and the poetic way out in "Goblin Market" and "The Song of the Shirt". Maclure, Jennifer Critical essay Jun 22, 2015 7858
Unprintable lyrics: the unpublished poems of William Morris. Boos, Florence S. Essay Jun 22, 2015 7521
Victorian advice in a modern world. Fuller, Jennifer Column Jun 22, 2015 3538
The 'scratched' self--or the story of the Victorian female self. Avarvarei, Simona Catrinel Essay Jan 1, 2014 5624
Reframing the Edwardian crisis: contentious citizenship in the British empire before the First World War. Fletcher, Ian Christopher Essay Sep 22, 2013 6097
Theater of victory. Sep 22, 2013 853
Queensberry's misrule: reputation, celebrity, and the idea of the Victorian gentleman. Milne-Smith, Amy Report Sep 22, 2013 15503
Individualist anarchism in late Victorian Britain. Ryley, Peter Report Sep 22, 2012 12084
Architecture: few British artists depicted the industrial landscape of Victorian times. The best among them was John Atkinson Grimshaw, whose atmospheric works convey both the melancholy--and the beauty--of the urban existence in Britain. Stamp, Gavin Oct 1, 2011 1168
From the archives: the impact of Liberty of London's opening in 1875 was discussed by Mario Amaya in February 1963--but the success of this Victorian retail emporium would not have been possible without the earlier efforts of the Aesthetic Movement. O'Byrne, Robert Reprint Jun 1, 2011 763
Crossroads of conflict: Central Asia and the European continental balance of power. McDaniel, Cadra P. Mar 22, 2011 9456
Researching and teaching the chartist movement: three historiographical challenges. Paz, D. G. Dec 22, 2010 7885
Friendly society discipline and charity in late-Victorian and Edwardian England. Prom, Christopher J. Dec 22, 2010 8966
The Pentrich rebellion: in 1817, during a period of economic hardship following the war with France, a motley crew of stocking-makers, stonemasons, ironworkers and labourers from a Derbyshire village attempted an uprising against the government. It was swiftly and brutally suppressed. Susan Hibbins tells the story of England's last attempted revolution. Hibbins, Susan Nov 1, 2010 3505
New opportunities for self-reflection and self-fashioning: women, letters and the novel in mid-Victorian England. Nestor, Pauline Essay Sep 22, 2010 8829
Charting a future democracy: the Chartists' campaign for political inclusion and social justice ended in failure. But, David Nash argues, their ideas still have much to offer Britain's discredited Parliamentary system. Nash, David May 1, 2010 3670
Between the Eternal City and the Holy City: Rome, Jerusalem, and the imperial ideal in Britain. Reisenauer, Eric M. Report Sep 22, 2009 12298
Signposts The Victorians: in the second of our occasional series exploring the ways in which topical historical subjects are being tackled in a variety of media, Rohan McWilliam examines a time in Britain's history that seems to repay frequent revisiting more than a century after it ended. McWilliam, Rohan Jul 1, 2009 1354
Journalists and Police Detectives in Victorian and Edwardian England: an Uneasy Reciprocal Relationship. Shpayer-Makov, Haia Report Jun 22, 2009 12147
Victorian juries: Roland Quinault looks at how the Victorians saw the old English system of trial by jury as a defining feature of British good government and fair play and as an example to other nations. Admiration for the system at home and abroad, though, contrasted with the practical realities faced by 19th-century juries. Quinault, Roland May 1, 2009 3300
'Love is always free': anarchism, free unions, and utopianism in Edwardian England. Frost, Ginger Essay Mar 22, 2009 8406
Opium in British Burma, 1826-1881. Wright, Ashley Dec 22, 2008 11480
Middlemarch: Angels' marching for authorship/Middlemarch: yazarliga soyunan melekler. Kemaloglu, Azer Banu Critical essay Sep 22, 2008 6322
The treaties of Tianjin: June 26th/27th, 1858. Brief article Jun 1, 2008 253
Female friendships in mid-Victorian England: new patterns and possibilities. Nestor, Pauline Essay Mar 22, 2008 5757
Bloomsbury friendship and its Victorian antecedents. Caine, Barbara Mar 22, 2008 7258
Sir Robert Peel: the making of a party: Douglas Hurd looks at the way in which a Tory leader took a defeated and demoralized party, and reinvented it to appeal to a different and much more modern constituency. Hurd, Douglas Jul 1, 2007 3895
The afterlife of Victorian sexuality: Foucault and neo-Victorian historical fiction. Loesberg, Jonathan Critical essay Jun 22, 2007 11270
Bearded patriarchs: Jacob Middleton investigates the eccentric set of prejudices against shaving that led our Victorian forefathers to adorn their chins with a lush growth of facial hair. Middleton, Jacob Feb 1, 2006 1618
The king who never was: Andrew Cook takes a look at the Duke of Clarence, grandson of Queen Victoria, who is most often remembered as a wastrel who died young, and is sometimes mentioned as a suspect for Jack the Ripper murders; he uncovers fresh evidence that he was a well-loved figure who could have made a fine king. Cook, Andrew Nov 1, 2005 3290
Black Victorians: Patrick Vernon, a key figure in the Greatest Black Britons campaign, discusses depictions of Blacks in Victorian art and popular culture, and introduces a new exhibition on the subject, opening in Manchester. Vernon, Patrick Oct 1, 2005 751
Catholics and the campaign for women's suffrage in England. Clark, Elaine Sep 1, 2004 13901
Richard Cobden and the Crimean War: Anthony Howe looks at the anti-war stance of the great Victorian reformer; his fall from grace and subsequent revival. Howe, Anthony Jun 1, 2004 3843
A Victorian entrepreneur. Ramsay, Allan Mar 1, 2004 2771
Victorian poetry as Victorian studies. Kuduk, Stephanie Dec 22, 2003 2866
'Pound foolish penny wise' system: the role of accounting in the improvement of the River Tyne, 1800-1850. Brackenborough, Susie Jun 1, 2003 12814
The charting of the Red Sea: Sarah Searight tells how the efforts of the little-known Robert Moresby, together with the innovation of the marine steam engine, revolutionized trade and transport for the British Empire in the perilous waterway. Searight, Sarah Mar 1, 2003 4021
Afghanistan and Gladstone's moral foreign policy: Roland Quinault discusses Gladstone's view of the Second Afghan War both in opposition and during his premiership. Quinault, Roland Dec 1, 2002 3586
Lord Aberdeen becomes prime minister: December 19th, 1852. (Months Past). Cavendish, Richard Dec 1, 2002 755
The London YMCA: a haven of masculine self-improvement and socialization for the late-Victorian and Edwardian clerk. Spurr, Geoffrey D. Aug 1, 2002 13005
Introduction: the production of Victorian culture and Victorian cultural studies. Hall, Donald E. Essay Mar 22, 1999 4744

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