Articles Archive

Title Author Volume Year
‘You must give up’: Gothic Detection and the Rhetoric of Protest and in The Law and the Lady Karen Beth Strovas 14 2017
‘In the Mystery and Terror of a Dream’: Sensationalism, Consistency, and Mental Science in Wilkie Collins’s Armadale Daniel Matlock 14 2017
Gravy Soup: humouring conformity and counterfeiting in A Rogue’s Life Rebecca Lloyd 14 2017
Cornwall and Kamtschatka: Domesticating Cornwall through Pedestrian Travel in Wilkie Collins’s Rambles Beyond Railways (1851) Erika Behrisch Elce 14 2017
A Lost Autobiographical Sketch Emily Bell 14 2017
The Nature of the Law: Struggles between Statute and Morality in Wilkie Collins’s The Woman in White and No Name Abigail K. Boucher 14 2017
‘he’d let me turn the house into a theatre’: rewriting the domestic in the sensational world of East Lynne Carolyn Oulton 13 2016
Paternal Trauma: Economic Emasculation and Sensationalised Stepfathers in Ellen Wood’s George Canterbury’s Will and Pen Oliver’s All But: A Chronicle of Laxenford Life Emma Butcher 13 2016
John Kitto’s The Lost Senses: Deafness and Blindness and Wilkie Collins’s Hide and Seek and Poor Miss Finch Hilary Newman 12 2013
Wilkie Collins: Scholarship and Criticism: Past, Present, and Future – Bibliography William Baker 12 2013
Wilkie Collins: Scholarship and Criticism: Past, Present, and Future William Baker 12 2013
Authenticism and Post-Authenticism: Wilkie Collins’s Armadale and Michael Cox’s The Meaning of Night: A Confession Jacqueline Banerjee 12 2013
Redefining Bodies and Boundaries in Wilkie Collins’s Armadale and the Law and the Lady Helen Williams 12 2013
The New Magdalen and the Rhetoric of Prostitution: Restoring Mercy Merrick’s Agency Laurie Lyda 12 2013
Wilkie Collins’s Monomaniacs in Basil, No Name and Man and Wife Helena Ifill 12 2013
“Oh Doctor, Doctor, don’t expect too much of me! I’m only a woman, after all!”: The (Dis) Embodiment of Lydia Gwilt in Collins’s Miss Gwilt Jonathan Buckmaster 12 2013
Wilkie Collins – An Interpretation of Christian Belief Carolyn Oulton 01 1998
Wilkie Collins and Edmund Yates: A Postscript P. D. Edwards 01 1998
Frances Dickinson: Friend of Wilkie Collins Catherine Peters 01 1998
Action and Attitude: Wilkie Collins and the Language of Melodramatic Gesture Simon Cooke 01 1998
Yes and No: Problems of Closure in Collins’s “I Say No” K. A.. Kale 01 1998
Reading Landscape: Wilkie Collins, the Pathetic Fallacy, and the Semiotics of the Victorian Wasteland Simon Cooke 02 1999
The Ruins of Copán in The Woman in White: Wilkie Collins and John Stephens’s Incidents of Travel in Central America, Chiapas, and Yucatan Richard Colllins 02 1999
Could Lydia Gwilt Have Been Happy? A New Reading of Armadale as Marital Tragedy K. A.. Kale 02 1999
“Belt-and-Braces” Serialization: The Case of Heart and Science Steve Farmer and Graham Law 02 1999
Collins, Count Fosco, and the Concertina Allan W. Atlas 02 1999
Music and Female Power in Sensation Fiction Phyllis Weliver 02 1999
Resurfacing Collins’s Basil Steven Dillon 03 2000
Rethinking Bibliolatry: Wilkie Collins, William Booth and the Culture of Evangelicalism Mark Knight 03 2000
On Wilkie Collins and Hugh Conway “Poor Fargus” Graham Law 03 2000
Ellen Wood was a Writer: Rediscovering Collins’s Rival Andrew Maunder 03 2000
Of the Violence of the Working Woman: Collins and Discourses on Criminality, 1860-1880 Emma Liggins 03 2000
The Persistent Phantom: Wilkie Collins and Dorothy L. Sayers Susan R. Hanes 03 2000
Her Resolution to Die: “Wayward Women” and Constructions of Suicide in Wilkie Collins’s Crime Fiction Emma Liggins 04 2001
My Dear Wilkie: The Letters from Dickens to Collins Paul Lewis 05 2002
Lady Audley: The Woman in Colour Clair Hughes 05 2002
Hysterical Fictions: Mid-Nineteenth-Century Medical Constructions of Hysteria and the Fiction of Mary Elizabeth Braddon Andrew Mangham 06 2003
The Decomposing Past and the Challenges to Modernity: Corporeal and Architectural Decay in Wilkie Collins Mariaconcetta Costantini 11 2012
Ugo Foscolo’s ‘Last Letters of Jacopo Ortis’ and Wilkie Collins’s ‘The Woman in White’: A Case for Possible Influence Shifra Hochberg 11 2012
Opening up the Secret Theatre of Home: Wilkie Collins’s ‘The Woman in White’ on the Victorian Stage Valerie Pedlar 11 2012
Wilkie Collins’s Legacies: ‘The Moonstone’ in Boris Akunin’s ‘Murder on the Leviathan’ and ‘Children’s Book’ Marcia Morris 11 2012
‘There is nothing either of Wilkie or Collins about it’: Naming and Signing in Wilkie Collins’s ‘Memoirs of the Life of William Collins’ and ‘Blind Love’ Ryan Barnett 11 2012