Content tagged: magazines

Serializing Fiction in the Victorian Press

Because much primary material concerning newspaper fiction in the Victorian period did not survive, because no archival survey is ever complete, and because definitions of genre are not universal, Graham Law has rigorously, precisely, and consistently qualified every assertion he makes in this book. And yetSerializing Fiction in the Victorian Press has irreversibly recast the shape […]

The Sensation Novel and the Victorian Family Magazine

Deborah Wynne is concerned with both the material production of fiction and the experience of reading. In this informative study of the sensation novel in the 1860s, she reminds us that these two things are closely inter-related, and in ways which make our reading of Victorian novels quite different from the ways in which they […]