Volume 15

Volume 15 (2018)

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‘Never mind the dog’: Experimental Subjects in H. G. Wells’ The Island of Doctor Moreau and Wilkie Collins’ Heart and Science by Erika Behrisch Elce

Simple Sally: Arrested Development and Child Prostitution in Wilkie Collins’s The Fallen Leaves by Esther Godfrey

The Female Amateur Scientist and the Sense for Conduct in Heart and Science: Blind to Matter and Morals by Steven Mollmann

Isabel’s Blue Spectacles: The Optics of Affect in East Lynne by Megan Nash

The Heart of Lydia Gwilt: Emotion, Characterisation, and the Science of Acting by Catherine Quirk

Sensational Umwelten: The Woman in White and Semiotics by Hannah Scupham

Between Siblings: Performing the Brother in Wilkie Collins’ The Woman in White and No Name by Beth Leonardo Silva

Transing Wilkie Collins by Jolene Zigarovich


Heather Hind reviewing Romance’s Rival: Familiar Marriage in Victorian Fiction (2016) by Talia Schaffer

Albert Sears reviewing The Food Plot in the Nineteenth-Century British Novel (2016) by Michael Parrish Lee

Lewis Roberts reviewing Dickens’s Forensic Realism: Truth, Bodies, Evidence (2017) by Andrew Mangham

Laura Eastlake reviewing Military Men of Feeling: Emotion, Touch, and Masculinity in the Crimean War (2016) by Holly Furneaux

Emma Swain reviewing Victorian Dogs, Victorian Men: Affect and Animals in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture (2017) by Keridiana W. Chez

Peter Templeton reviewing Novel Politics: Democratic Imaginations in Nineteenth-Century Fiction (2017) by Isobel Armstrong