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The Annotated Bibliography of Victorian Literature catalogs articles, books, and other resources related to Victorian Literature. Each entry links to a page providing more detailed information about that resource. It was begun by students in Paul Schacht's Fall, 2006 class in Victorian Literature and was part of the original Collaborative Writing Project

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* [David Eggenschwiler]. "Psychological Complexity in 'Porphyria's Lover.'" _Victorian Poetry_ 8 (1970): 39-48.

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Bibliography

  • Randa Abou-Bakr. "Robert Browning's "Dramatic Lyrics": Contribustion to a Genre." Journal of Comparative Poetics No. 21 (2001): 113-140.
  • Philip V. Allingham. "Shadows of 'Things That Have Been and Will Be' in Great Expectations (1861)." English Language Notes, Vol. 41 (Sept.-June 2003-4): 50-56.
  • Eugene R. August "Tennyson and Teilhard: The Faith of In Memoriam." PMLA 84.2 (1969): 217-226.
  • Carolyn Austin. "Mastering the Ineffable: Dante Gabriel Rossetti's 'The Vase of Life' and the Kantian Sublime".  Victorian Poetry, Vol. 45.2 (2007): 159-73.
  • Judith Bair "The Mayor of Casterbridge": "Some Grand Feat of Stagery." South Atlantic Bulletin, Vol. 42, No. 2 (May, 1977), pp. 11-22.
  • Bill Bell "In Defense of Biography: Versions of Marguerite and Why She Really Does Matter" The Victorian Newsletter, Vol. 80 (Fall 1991): 34-36.
  • Daniel Bivona. "Alice the Child-Imperialist and the Games of Wonderland." Nineteenth Century Literature, Vol.41 (Sept. 1986):143-171.
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  • Ann B. Dobie. "Early Stream of Consciousness Writing:Great Expectations." Nineteenth Century Fiction Vol 25, No. 4 (March 1971): 405-416.
  • J. Gerard Dollar"The 'Looped Orbit' of the Mayor of Casterbridge". Papers on Language and Literature, Vol. 19, Issue 1 (Summer 1983): 293-308.
  • David Eggenschwiler. "Psychological Complexity in "Porphyria's Lover.'" Victorian Poetry 8 (1970): 39-48.
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  • James R. Kincaid. "Alice's Invasion of Wonderland." PMLA, Vol. 88, No. 1 (January, 1973): 92-99.
  • Samuel Kliger. "God's "Plenitude" in the Poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins." Modern Language Notes. 59.6. (Jun. 1944): 408-410.
  • Henry Kozicki. "Meaning in Tennyson's In Memoriam". Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900, Volume 17.4 (1977): 673-694.
  • Young Hee Kwon. "The Buddhist Sub-Text and the Imperial Soul-Making in Kim." The Victorian Newsletter 111 (Spring 2007): 20-28. Print.
  • Aaron Landau."Great Expectations, Romance, and Capital"."Dickens Studies Annual, Volume 35 (2005): 156-177.
  • Elizabeth Langland. "Nobody's Angels: Dominant Ideology and Middle-Class Women in the Victorian Novel." PMLA 107.2 (1992): 290-304.
  • Paul Lauter. "The Narrator of 'The Blessed Damozel.'" Modern Language Notes. 73.5 (1958): 344-348.
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  • Robert C. McKibben. "The Image of the Book in Wuthering Heights." Nineteenth-Century Fiction 15.2 (1960): 159-169.
  • Jerome Meckier. "Great Expectations and Self-Help: Dickens Frowns on Smiles." Journal of English and Germanic Philology 100.4 (2001): 537-555.
  • Dorothy Mermin. "Heroic Sisterhood in Goblin Market." Victorian Poetry 21 (1983): 107-118.
  • Pankaj Mishra. "The First Citizen of India." The New York Review of Books 51.5 (Mar. 2004): 11-13.
  • Radhika Mohanram. "Dermographia: Written on the Skin or, How the Irish Became White in India." European Journal of English Studies 9 (2005): 251-70. 
  • Moore-Gilbert, Bart. "'I Am Going to Rewrite Kipling's Kim': Kipling and Postcolonialism." The Journal of Commonwealth Literature 37.2 (2002): 38-59.
  • Goldie Morgentaler. "Meditating on the Low: A Darwinian Reading of Great Expectations" Studies in English Literature 1500-1900, Vol. 38, No. 4, Nineteenth Century. (Autumn, 1998), pp. 707-721.
  • Lionel Morton. "Memory in the Alice Books." Nineteen-Century Fiction 33.3 (1978): 285-308.
  • Joyce Moss and George Wilson. “Literature and Its Times: Profiles of 300 Notable Literary Works and the Historical Events that Influence Them.” Vol. 2: Civil Wars to Frontier Societies (1800-1880s). Detroit: Gale, 1997.
  • Roni Natov. "The Persistence of Alice." Lion and the Unicorn 3.1 (1979): 38-61. Rpt. in Children's Literature Review. Ed. Tom Burns. Vol. 104. Detroit: Gale, 2005.
  • Deborah Epstein Nord. "'Neither Pairs nor Odd': Female Community in Late Nineteenth-Century London." Signs Vol. 15 No. 4 (Summer, 1990), p. 733-754.
  • Ronald L. Numbers. "Science and Religion." Osiris 2nd Series, Vol. 1, Historical Writing on American Science (1985): 59-80.
  • Camille A. Paglia. "Oscar Wilde and the English Epicene." The Importance of Being Earnest. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House Publications, 1988. 77-97.
  • Joanna Tapp Pierce. "From Garden to Gardener: The Cultivation of Little Girls in Carroll's Alice Books and Ruskin's 'Of Queens' Gardens.'" Women's Studies 29.6 (2000): 741-762.
  • Donald Rackin. "Alice's Journey to the End of Night." Aspects of Alice: Lewis Carroll's Dreamchild as seen through the Critics' Looking-Glasses. Ed. Robert Phillips. New York: Vanguard: 1971. 391-416.
  • Don Randall. "Ethnography and the Hybrid Boy in Rudyard Kipling's Kim." ARIEL Vol. 27, No. 3. (1996): 79-104.
  • Linda Raphael "A Re-Vision of Miss Havisham: Her Expectations and Our Responses." Studies in the Novel Vol 21, No. 4 (Winter 1989): 400-412.
  • Fred Reid and David Washbrook.  "Kipling, Kim and Imperialism."  History Today. pp 14-20.
  • Otto Reinert. "The Satirical Strategy in The Importance of Being Earnest." College English 18.1 (Oct., 1956): 14-18.
  • Walter L. Reed. "The Pattern of Conversion in Sartor Resartus." ELH. 38.3 (1971): 411-431.
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  • Eric Solomon. "The Incest Theme in Wuthering Heights." Nineteenth-Century Fiction 14 (1959) : 80-83.
  • Carl Robinson Sonn. "Poetic Vision and Religious Certainty in Tennyson's Earlier Poetry." Modern Philology 57.2 (1959): 83-93.
  • Jesse Oak Taylor. "Kipling's Imperial Aestheticism: Epistemologies of Art and Empire in Kim." _ELT 52.1 (2009): 49-69.
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  • Eva Thienpont. "From Faltering Arrow to Pistol Shot: The Importance of Being Earnest." Cambridge Quarterly (2004): 245-255.
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  • Jeanie Watson. "Tennyson's The Princess: The Ideal of "Like in Difference" ."  South Central Review 4.1 (Spring 1987): 63-81.
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  • Larry Wolff. "The Boys Are Pickpockets, and the Girl Is a Prostitute": Gender and Juvenile Criminality in Early Victorian England from "Oliver Twist to London Labour"." New Literary History 27.2 (1996): 227-249.
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  • George Woodcock. "Review: Untitled" Pacific Affairs, Vol. 42, No. 2 (1969). pg 256-259.
  •  George J. Worth. "Emily Bronte's Mr. Lockwood." Nineteenth-Century Fiction 12.4 (1958): 315-320.
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