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CURRENT ISSUE

CURRENT ISSUE

12:1
2019

General Issue

(published 3 October 2019)

Contents Pages                                                                    
       
Articles & Creative Pieces      
       

Madness, Monks and Mutiny: Neo-Victorianism in the Work of Victoria Holt

Amanda Jones

1-27 PDF
 
       

A Strange Case of Angry Video Game Nerds: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde on the Nintendo Entertainment System

Marc Napolitano

28-64 PDF  
       

Still She Dances

Niall Casson

65-79

PDF

 
       

Neo-Victorian Re-Imaginations of the Famine: Negotiating Bare Life through Transnational Memory

Nadine Boehm-Schnitker

80-118 PDF  
       

Linda Newbery on Writing Historical Fiction and on her Neo-Victorian Novel Set in Stone

Denise Burkhard

119-134 PDF  
       

Phantasmagoria: Ken Russellís Gothic (1986) as Neo-Victorian Meta-Heritage Film

Christophe Van Eecke

135-156 PDF  
 

Writing the Bedlam Trilogy

Miranda Miller

157-180 PDF  
 
Reviews/Review Essays

     

Feminist Historical Desire and the Politics of Biopic Adaptations: Review of Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi

Sneha Kar Chaudhuri

181-189 PDF  
       

Non-Standard Deviation: Review of Saverio Tomaiuolo, Deviance in Neo-Victorian Culture: Canon, Transgression, Innovation

Louisa Hadley

190-200 PDF  
       

The Perks and Pitfalls of Parody: Review of Claire Nallyís Steampunk: Gender, Sub-Culture and the Neo-Victorian

Helena Esser

201-212 PDF  
Conference Report

     

Which Way to Go from Here? Conference Report on (Neo-)Victorian ĎOrientationsí in the Twenty-First Century

Charlotte Wadoux

213-221 PDF  
       
Announcements Page

222-248

PDF  
       
Notes on Contributors

249-251

PDF  
                                                                                                                                                                                               

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(Over the course of 2019-2021, DOIs will be added retrospectively to articles in past issues of NVS also.)


 

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