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Gender Studies

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Victorian Bestseller

The Life of Dinah Craik

An engaging, rigorously researched biography of popular 19th century novelist Dinah Craik

The Measure of Manliness

Disability and Masculinity in the Mid-Victorian Novel

Sheds new light on the narrative importance of the disabled man in Victorian literature and culture


The New Woman Criminal in British Culture at the Fin de Siecle

By introducing us to the New Woman Criminal, Framed offers a profoundly different view of the fin de si├Ęcle British crime narrative

Susan Glaspell

Essays on Her Theater and Fiction

The first book-length critical assessment of American playwright and fiction writer Susan Glaspell

Dear Munificent Friends

Henry James's Letters to Four Women

Previously unpublished letters that shed light on the personal side of Henry James, and on the times in which he lived and wrote

The Animal Within

Masculinity and the Gothic

Explores notions of masculinity in Gothic film and fiction

Animal Advocacy and Englishwomen, 1780-1900

Patriots, Nation, and Empire

What Black Beauty and other books by women of this period reveal about their notions of nation, identity, and empire

Starting Over

Feminism and the Politics of Cultural Critique

Explores the relationships among cultural criticism, materialist feminist criticism, and mainstream feminist work

The Daughter's Dilemma

Family Process and the Nineteenth-Century Domestic Novel

An interdisciplinary investigation into the daughter's role in 19th-century families and their fictional representations.