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Special Issue: Neo-Victorian Sexploitation

Guest edited by Inmaculada Pineda Hernández and Maria Isabel Romero Ruiz

Contents Pages  


Introduction: Victorian and Neo-Victorian Sexploitation

Inmaculada Pineda Hernández and Maria Isabel Romero Ruiz

1-14 PDF

Nomadic Transgender Identity: Patricia Duncker’s James Miranda Barry and Wesley Stace’s Misfortune

Georges Letissier

15-40 PDF

Detective Fiction and Neo-Victorian Sexploitation:Violence, Morality and Rescue Work in Lee Jackson’s The Last Pleasure Garden (2007) and Ripper Street’s ‘I Need Light’ (2012-16)

Maria Isabel Romero Ruiz

41-69 PDF


Oscar Wilde and the Dead Hijra: Sexploitation and Neo-Colonialism in Gyles Brandreth’s The Murders at Reading Gaol

Anhiti Patnaik

70-96 PDF

Inked In: The Feminist Politics of Tattooing in Sarah Hall’s The Electric Michelangelo
Ashley Orr

97-125 PDF

Neo-Victorian Sexual De[f|v]iance: Incest, Adultery, Breaking the Virginity Taboo and Female Sexual Agency in A. S. Byatt’s ‘Morpho Eugenia’

Alexandra Cheira

126-153 PDF

A Conscious Failure to Pass: Dressing across Sexual and Racial Borders in Neo-Victorian Fiction

Daný Van Dam

154-182 PDF
Reviews Essays    


Brush and Quill, Painting and Prose: Victorian Impressions on Neo-Victorian Surfaces:Review of Anna Maria Jones and Rebecca N. Mitchell (eds.), Drawing on the Victorians: The Palimpsest of Victorian and Neo-Victorian Graphic Texts

Robert Finnigan

183-188 PDF

Our Brother’s Keepers: On Writing and Caretaking in the Brontë Household: Review of To Walk Invisible: The Brontë Sisters

Shannon Scott

189-196 PDF
Announcements Page 197-232 PDF
Notes on Contributors 233-235 PDF


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