Free Access: Cambridge Journals Online has made the following articles free online until July 31:

Free Access: Cambridge Journals Online has made the following articles free online until July 31:

Volume 41 Issue 1:

•Megan Norcia’s   Performing Victorian Womanhood: Elsie Fogerty Stages Tennyson’s Princess in Girls’ Schools
•Monica Cohen’s Imitation Fiction: Pirate Citings in Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island

Volume 41 Issue 2:

•Tina Young Choi’s The Late-Victorian Histories of Indian Art Objects: Politics and Aesthetics in Jaipur’s Albert Hall Museum
•Lauren Byler’s Dickens’s Little Women; Or, Cute as the Dickens

In addition, Victorian Literature and Culture 41.2 is now available:

The Late-Victorian Histories of Indian Art Objects: Politics and Aesthetics in Jaipur’s
Albert Hall Museum
Tina Young Choi

Dickens’s Little Women: Or, Cute as the Dickens
Lauren Byler

Anne Brontë’s Shameful Agnes Grey
Katherine Hallemeier

Rochester’s Bronze Scrag and Pearl Necklace: Bronzed Masculinity in Jane Eyre, Shirley,
and Charlotte Brontë’s Juvenilia
Judith E. Pike

Trollope through the Window-Pane
Katherine Voyles

Sensational Sermonizing: Ellen Wood, Good Words, and the Conversion of the Popular
Julie Bizzotto

Vegetable Monsters: Man-Eating Trees in Fin-de-Siècle Fiction
Cheryl Blake Price

The Holistic Truth of Memory and Testimony in The Ring and the Book
J. Stephen Addcox

WORK IN PROGRESS

The Development of Little Poets’ Corner between Cultural Memory and Geopolitics Maurizio
Ascari

SPECIAL EFFECTS

Vernon Lushington’s “The State”: An Unpublished Manuscript on the Positivist Polis
Matthew Wilson

Dracula’s Bram Stoker: “The Wrongs of Grosvenor Square,” “Bengal Roses,” and Other Lost
Periodical Writings
John Edgar Browning

Email for general questions: vlc.journal@nyu.edu

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