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Texts Cited: from 1929 6. From 1929. Aarsleff, Hans, The Study of Language in England 1786-1860, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1983. Abelson, Elaine S., When Ladies Go A-Thieving, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989. Abercrombie, Nicholas, and Brian Longhurst, Audiences: A Sociological Theory of Performance and Imagination, London: Sage, 1998. Adorno, Theodor, and Max Horkheimer, “The Culture Industry: Enlightenment as Mass Deception”, The Dialectic of Enlightenment, trans. John Cumming, London: Verso, 1972 (1944): 120-167. Adrian, Arthur A., Mark Lemon: First Editor of Punch, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1966. Aldritch, R.E., “Educating our Mistresses”, History of Education, XII, 1983: 93-102. Altick, Richard, “The Sociology of Authorship: The Social Origins, Education, and Occupations of 1,100 British Writers, 1800-1935”, in Richard Altick, Writers, Readers, Occasions: Selected Essays on Victorian Literature and Life, Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1989: 95-112. --- The Presence of the Present , Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1991. --- Punch: the Lively Youth of a British Institution, 1841-1851 , Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1997. --- The English Common Reader: a Social History of the Mass Reading Public 1800-1900, 2 nd edition, with a Forward by Jonathan Rose, Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1957/ 1998. 370

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Texts Cited: from 1929

6. From 1929.

Aarsleff, Hans, The Study of Language in England 1786-1860,Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1983.

Abelson, Elaine S., When Ladies Go A-Thieving, Oxford: OxfordUniversity Press, 1989.

Abercrombie, Nicholas, and Brian Longhurst, Audiences: ASociological Theory of Performance and Imagination, London:Sage, 1998.

Adorno, Theodor, and Max Horkheimer, “The CultureIndustry: Enlightenment as Mass Deception”, TheDialectic of Enlightenment, trans. John Cumming, London:Verso, 1972 (1944): 120-167.

Adrian, Arthur A., Mark Lemon: First Editor of Punch, Oxford:Oxford University Press, 1966.

Aldritch, R.E., “Educating our Mistresses”, History ofEducation, XII, 1983: 93-102.

Altick, Richard, “The Sociology of Authorship: TheSocial Origins, Education, and Occupations of 1,100British Writers, 1800-1935”, in Richard Altick,Writers, Readers, Occasions: Selected Essays on Victorian Literatureand Life, Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1989:95-112.

--- The Presence of the Present, Columbus: Ohio StateUniversity Press, 1991.

--- Punch: the Lively Youth of a British Institution, 1841-1851,Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1997.

--- The English Common Reader: a Social History of the MassReading Public 1800-1900, 2nd edition, with a Forward byJonathan Rose, Columbus: Ohio State UniversityPress, 1957/ 1998.


Texts Cited: from 1929

Anderson, Benedict, Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Originand Spread of Nationalism, 1983, revised edition, 1991.

Anderson, Olive, A Liberal State at War, London: Macmillan,1967.

Anderson, Patricia J., “Cassells & Co. Ltd.”, DLB,“British Literary Publishing Houses 1820-1880”, ed.Patricia J. Anderson and Jonathan Rose, CVI: 72-82.

--- The Printed Image and the Transformation of Popular Culture1790-1860, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1994 (1991).

Anon., The Times Literary Supplement, 25 December 1930: 1104.

--- “Emma Dorothy Eliza Nevitte Southworth”,Mullane, Janet, Robert Thomas Wilson et al., eds.,Nineteenth Century Literary Criticism, London: Gale ResearchInc., 1981-, XXVI, 1990: 429-449.

Armstrong, Isobel, Victorian Poetry: Poetry, Poetics and Politics,London: Routledge, 1993.

Axelrod, Rise B., “Argument and Strategy in Mill's TheSubjection of Women”, Victorian Newsletter, XLVI, 1974: 10-14.

Baguley, David, Bibliographie de la critique sur Émile Zola,Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1976.

--- ed., A Critical Bibliography of French Literature, 5 vols.,Syracuse: University of Syracuse Press, 1968-1994.“The Nineteenth Century”, V, 1994.

Balée, Susan, “English Critics, American Crisis, and theSensation Novel”, Nineteenth-Century Contexts, XVII,1997: 125-132.

Ballaster, Ros, et al., Women’s Worlds: Ideology, Femininity andthe Woman’s Magazine, London: Macmillan, 1991.


Texts Cited: from 1929

Barber, Giles, “Galignani and the Publication of EnglishBooks in France 1800-1852”, The Library, 5th series,XVI, 1961: 267-286.

Barnes, Elizabeth, “Affecting Relations: Pedagogy,Patriarchy, and the Politics of Sympathy”, AmericanLiterary History, VIII, 1996: 597-614.

Barnes, Robert Money, A History of the Regiments and Uniforms of theBritish Army, London: Seeley Service & Co. Ltd., 1957.

Barrows, Susanna, Distorting Mirrors: Visions of the Crowd in LateNineteenth-Century France, London: Yale University Press,1981.

Barthes, Roland, “From Work to Text”, Image Music Text,essays selected and trans. Stephen Heath, London:Fontana, 1990 (1977): 155-164.

Barthes, Roland, S/Z, trans. Richard Miller, with aPreface by Richard Howard, Oxford: Blackwell, 1990(1973).

Baudrillard, Jean, “The Masses: the Implosion of theSocial in the Media”, in Media Studies: A Reader, ed. andintroduced Paul Marris and Sue Thornham, Edinburgh:Edinburgh University Press, 1996: 60-68.

Bauer, Josephine, The London Magazine 1820-1829, Copenhagen:Rosenkilde & Bagger, 1953.

Baym, Nina, Women's Fiction: A Guide to Novels by and about Women inAmerica 1820-70, 2nd ed., Urbana: University ofIllinois Press, 1993 (1978).

Beauvoir, Simone, de, The Second Sex, trans. and ed. H. M.Parshley, London: D. Campbell, 1949/ 1993.

Beer, Gillian, “Representing Women: Representing thePast”, The Feminist Reader, ed. Catherine Belsey andJane Moore, Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1989: 77-90.


Texts Cited: from 1929

Beetham, Margaret, “‘Healthy Reading’: the PeriodicalPress in Manchester”, in City, Class and Culture: Studies ofSocial Policy and Cultural Production in Victorian Manchester, ed.Alan J. Kidd and K.W. Roberts, Manchester:Manchester University Press, 1985: 167-192.

--- “Open and Closed: the Periodical as PublishingGenre”, VPR, XXII, 1989: 96-101.

--- “Towards a Theory of the Periodical as aPublishing Genre”, in Investigating Victorian Journalism,ed. Laurel Brake, Aled Jones and Lionel Madden,1990: 19-32.

--- A Magazine of Her Own? Domesticity and Desire in theWoman’s Magazine, 1800-1914, London: Routledge, 1996.

--- “The Lady, the Domestic Servant and theConsumption of Print”, paper delivered at the 5th

annual conference at Leeds Centre for VictorianStudies, Trinity and All Saints College, Universityof Leeds, Horsforth, 14 July 1999.

Bell, Michael David, “Women’s Fiction and the LiteraryMarketplace in the 1850s”, Cambridge History of AmericanLiterature 1820-1885, II, ed. Sacvan Bercovitch,Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995: 74-123.

Benjamin, Walter, “The Work of Art in the Age ofMechanical Reproduction”, Illuminations, ed. with anIntroduction by Hannah Arendt, trans. Harry Zohn,New York: Schocken Books, 1868: 217-251.

Bennett, Andrew, ed., Readers and Reading, London: Longman,1995.

Bennett, Scott, “Revolutions in Thought: SerialPublication and the Mass Market for Reading”, TheVictorian Periodical Press: Samplings and Soundings, ed. Joanne


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Shattock and Michael Wolff, [Leicester]: LeicesterUniversity Press, 1982: 225-260.

--- “The Golden Stain of Time: PreservingVictorian Periodicals”, Investigating Victorian Journalism,ed. Laurel Brake, Aled Jones and Lionel Madden,London: Macmillan, 1990: 166-183.

--- “Victorian Newspaper Advertising: CountingWhat Counts”, Publishing History, VIII, 1980: 5-18.

Bercovitch, Sacvan et al., eds., Cambridge History of AmericanLiterature, 7 vols., Cambridge: Cambridge UniversityPress, 1994-1999.

Berman, Marshall, All that is Solid Melts into Air: The Experience ofModernity, London: Verso, 1983.

Berridge, Virginia, “Popular Journalism and WorkingClass Attitudes 1854-1886: A Study of Reynolds’sNewspaper, Lloyd’s Weekly Newspaper and The Weekly Times”,Ph.D. Diss., Birkbeck College, University ofLondon, 1976.

--- “Popular Sunday Newspapers and Mid-VictorianSociety”, Newspaper History: From the Seventeenth Century to thePresent Day, ed. George Boyce, James Curran andPauline Wingate, London: Constable, 1978: 247-264.

Best, Geoffrey, Mid-Victorian Britain 1851-75, London: Fontana,1990 (1971).

Bevington, Merle Mowbray, The Saturday Review 1855-1868, NewYork: Columbia University Press, 1941.

Bigland, Eileen, Ouida, the Passionate Victorian, London:Jarrolds, 1950.

Biographical Dictionary of Modern British Radicals, Joseph O. Baylenand Norbert J. Gossman, eds., Sussex: HarvesterPress, 4 vols. as 3, 1979-1988.


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Blainey, Ann, Immortal Boy: A Portrait of Leigh Hunt, London:Croom Helm, 1985.

Booth, Michael R., Theatre in the Victorian Age, Cambridge:Cambridge University Press, 1991.

Borch-Jacobsen, Mikkel, “How a Fabrication Differs froma Lie”, The London Review of Books, XXII, 13 April 2000:3-6.

Bory, Jean-Louis, Eugène Sue: le roi du roman populaire, Paris:Hachette Littéraire, 1962.

Bostick, Darwin F., “Sir John Easthope and the MorningChronicle, 1834-1848”, VPR, XII, 1979: 51-60.

Bourdieu, Pierre, Distinction: A Social Critique of the Judgement ofTaste, trans. Richard Nice, London: Routledge, KeganPaul, 1984.

--- The Field of Cultural Production: Essays on Art and Literature,ed. Randal Johnson, Cambridge: Polity Press inassociation with Blackwell, 1993.

--- The Rules of Art, trans. Susan Emanuel, Cambridge:Polity Press in association with Blackwell, 1996(1992).

Bowlby, Rachel, Just Looking: Consumer Culture in Dreiser, Gissing andZola, London: Methuen, 1985.

--- “Make Up Your Mind: Scenes from the Psychologyof Selling and Shopping”, Shopping with Freud, London:Routledge, 1993: 94-119.

Boyle, Louise Regis, Mrs E.D.E.N. Southworth: Novelist,Washington: Catholic University of America Press,1939.

Brake, Laurel, Aled Jones and Lionel Madden, eds.,Investigating Victorian Journalism, London: Macmillan, 1990.


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Brake, Laurel, Subjugated Knowledges, Basingstoke:Macmillan, 1994.

Briggs, Asa, Victorian Cities, Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1990(1963).

Brightfield, Myron F., Victorian England in its Novels 1840-1870,with an Introduction by Gordon N. Ray, 4 vols.,London: University of California, 1971.

Brilliant, Richard, Portraiture, London: Reaktion Books,1991.

British Parliamentary Papers, Select Committee Reports, Returns and OtherPapers Relating to Newspaper Duties and the Law of Libel 1814-88,2 vols., Shannon: Irish University Press, 1971.

British Union Catalogue of Periodicals. A Record of the Periodicals of theWorld, from the Seventeenth Century to the Present Day, in BritishLibraries, ed. James D. Stewart et al, London:Butterworth Scientific Publications, 4 vols. withsupplements, 1955- .

Brooks, Michael, “The Builder in the 1840s: The Making ofa Magazine, The Shaping of a Profession”, VPR, XIV,1981: 87-93.

Brooks, Peter, The Melodramatic Imagination: Balzac, Henry James,Melodrama and the Mode of Excess, London: Yale UniversityPress, 1995 (1976) .

Brown, Lucy, “The British Press, 1800-1860”, TheEncyclopedia of the British Press, ed. Dennis Griffiths,Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1992.

Brown, Philip A.H., London Publishers and Printers c.1800-1870,London: British Library Publications, 1982.

Burke, Thomas, The Streets of London Through the Centuries,[London]: Batsford, 1940.


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Burns, Wayne, Charles Reade. A Study in Victorian Authorship, NewYork: Bookman Associates, 1961.

Butt, John and Kathleen Tillotson, Dickens at Work, London:Methuen, 1957.

Buzard, James, The Beaten Track: European Tourism, Literature and theWays to Culture, 1800-1913, Oxford: Clarendon Press,1993.

Caine, Barbara, Victorian Feminists, Oxford: OxfordUniversity Press, 1992.

Carnell, Jennifer, “The Literary Lives of Mary ElizabethBraddon”, Ph.D. Diss., Birkbeck College, Universityof London, 1999.

Carter, Harold and Sandra Wheatley, Merthyr Tydfil in 1851: aStudy of the Spatial Structure of a Welsh Industrial Town, Cardiff:Cardiff University Press, 1982.

Chandler, John H. and H. Dagnell, The Newspaper and AlmanacStamps of Great Britain and Ireland, Saffron Waldon: GreatBritain Philatelic Publications, 1981.

Clark, Anna, “The Politics of Seduction in EnglishPopular Culture, 1748-1848”, The Progress of Romance: thePolitics of Popular Fiction, ed. Jean Radford, London:Routledge, Kegan Paul, 1986: 47-70.

Clery, Emma, “Women Publicity and the Coffee-HouseMyth”, Women: a Cultural Review, II, 1991: 168-177.

Cogswell, Fred, “Early, May Agnes Fleming”, CanadianDictionary of National Biography, 1871-1880, X, 1972: 268-269.

Cohen, William A., Sex Scandal: the Private Parts of Victorian Fiction,London: Duke University Press, 1996.

Coltham, Stephen, “English Working-Class Newspapers in1867”, Victorian Studies, XIII, 1969: 158-180.


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Couturier, Maurice, Textual Communication: A Print-Based Theory ofthe Novel, London: Routledge, 1991.

Craik, Jennifer, The Face of Fashion: Cultural Studies in Fashion,London: Routledge, 1994.

Crane, Gregg D., “Dangerous Sentiments: Sympathy,Rights, and Revolution in Stowe’s Anti-SlaveryNovels”, Nineteenth-Century Literature, LI, 1996: 178-204.

Cross, Nigel, The Common Writer: Life in Nineteenth-Century GrubStreet, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985.

Crouzet, François, The Victorian Economy, trans. AnthonyForster, London: Methuen, 1982.

Cunnington, C. Willett, English Women’s Clothing in the NineteenthCentury, London: Faber and Faber, 1937.

Curran, James, “The Press as an Agency of SocialControl: an Historical Perspective”, Newspaper History:From the Seventeenth Century to the Present Day, ed. GeorgeBoyce, James Curran and Pauline Wingate, London:Constable, 1978: 51-75.

Curran, James and Jean Seaton, Power without Responsibility: ThePress and Broadcasting in Britain, 4th edition, London:Routledge, 1991 (1981).

Cvetkovich, Ann, Mixed Feelings: Feminism, Mass Culture and VictorianSensationalism, New Brunswick, New Jersey: RutgersUniversity Press, 1992.

Dalziel, Margaret, Popular Fiction 100 Years Ago: An Unexplored Tractof Literary History, London: Cohen & West, 1957.

Darnton, Robert, The Kiss of Lamourette: Reflections in CulturalHistory, London: Faber & Faber, 1990.

Davidoff, Leonore, and Catherine Hall, Family Fortunes: Menand Women of the English Middle Class, 1780-1850, London:Routledge, 1992 (1987).


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Denning, M., Mechanic Accents: Dime Novels and Working-Class Culturein America, 2nd edition, London: Verso, 1998 (1989).

Dictionary of American Biography, ed. Allen Johnson and DumasMalone, London: Humphrey Milford/ Scribner’s, 1928-.

Dictionary of Literary Biography, ed. Joel Meyerson et al.,Detroit: Bruccoli Clark/ Gale Research Co., 1978 -.

Dictionary of National Biography, ed. Leslie Stephen, Sidney Leeet al., Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1917 -.

Dixon, Diana, “Children and the Press”, The Press in EnglishSociety from the Seventeenth to Nineteenth Centuries, ed.Michael Harris and Alan Lee, London: AssociatedUniversity Presses, 1986: 133-148.

Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani, ed. Alberto Ghisalberti,Rome: Istituto della Enciclopedia Italiana, 1960-.

Dodds, John W., The Age of Paradox. A Biography of England 1841-1851, London: Gollancz, 1953.

Dorling, H. Taprell, Ribbons and Medals, ed. and revised byAlec A. Purves, London: Osprey, 1983.

Eagleton, Terry, Literary Theory, Oxford: Blackwell, 1983.

--- The Function of Criticism: from ‘The Spectator’ to Post-Structuralism, London: Verso, 1984.

Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning, Leigh Hunt and the Poetry of Fancy,London: Associated University Presses, 1994.

Edgell, Stephen, Class, London: Routledge, 1993.

Edwards, P.D., Dickens's 'Young Men': George Augustus Sala, EdmundYates and the World of Victorian Journalism, Aldershot: ScolarPress, 1997.

Edwards, P.D., I. G. Siblet and Margaret Versteeg,Belgravia, Victorian Fiction Research Guides XIV,


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Eliot, Simon, “Some Trends in British Book Production,1800-1919”, in Literature in the Marketplace: Nineteenth-CenturyBritish Publishing and Reading Practices, ed. John O. Jordanand Robert L. Patten, Cambridge: CambridgeUniversity Press, 1995: 19-43.

Ellegård, Alvar, The Readership of the Periodical Press in Mid-Victorian Britain, Göteborg: Göteborgs Universitet,1957.

Ellis, Ted R., III, “Victorian Comic Journals”, Appendix3 in Alvin Sullivan, ed., British Literary Magazines, 4vols., London: Greenwood Press, III, 1984: 501-513.

Engen, Rodney K., Dictionary of Wood Engravers, Cambridge:Chadwick Healey, 1985.

Ensor, R.C.K., England 1870-1914, Oxford: Oxford UniversityPress, 1992 (1936).

Epstein, Deborah, “Mill and Ruskin on the Woman QuestionRevisited”, Teaching Literature: What Is Needed Now, ed.James Engell and David Perkins, London: HarvardUniversity Press, 1988, 73-83.

Epstein Nord, Deborah, Walking the Victorian Streets: Women,Representation and the City, Ithaca, New York: CornellUniversity Press, 1995.

Feather, John, A History of British Publishing, London:Routledge, 1988.

Fisch, Audrey A., “‘Exhibiting Uncle Tom in Some Shapeor Other’: Commodification and Reception of UncleTom’s Cabin in England”, Nineteenth-Century Contexts, XVII,1993: 145-158.


Texts Cited: from 1929

Fish, Stanley, Is There a Text in this Class? The Authority ofInterpretative Communities, London: Harvard UniversityPress, 1980.

Fisher, Leona W., “Mark Lemon’s Farces on the ‘WomanQuestion’”, Studies in English Literature, XXVIII, 1988:649-670.

Fisher, Trevor, Prostitution and the Victorians, Stroud: SuttonPublishing, 1997.

Flint, Kate, The Woman Reader 1837-1914, Oxford: ClarendonPress, 1993.

Forty, Adrian, Objects of Desire: Design and Society since 1750,London: Thames and Hudson, 1986.

Foster, Vanda, A Visual History of Costume: the Nineteenth Century,[London]: Batsford, 1984.

Foucault, Michel, Discipline and Punish: the Birth of the Prison,trans. Alan Sheridan, Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1981(1977).

--- The History of Sexuality: an Introduction, trans. RobertHurley, Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1990 (1979).

Fowler, Bridget, Pierre Bourdieu and Cultural Theory: CriticalInvestigations, London: Sage, 1997.

Fox, Celina, Graphic Journalism in England during the 1830s and1840s, London: Garland, 1988.

Frith, Simon, “Editorial”, New Formations, no. 27, Winter1995-1996: v-xii.

Gallagher, Catherine, The Industrial Reformation of English Fiction1832-1867, London: University of Chicago Press,1985.

DeGategno, Paul J., Ivanhoe: The Mask of Chivalry, New York:Twayne, 1994.


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Geraghty, Christine, “A Woman’s Space: Women and SoapOpera”, Imagining Women: Cultural Representations and Gender,ed. Frances Bonner, Lizbeth Goodman, Richard Allen,Linda Jones and Catherine King, Cambridge: PolityPress, 1992: 221-236.

Gerrard, Teresa, “New Methods in the History of Reading:'Answers to Correspondents' in The Family Herald 1860-1900”, Publishing History, XLIII, 1998: 51-69.

--- “New Methods in the History of Reading:'Answers to Correspondents' in The Family Herald,Reynolds's Newspaper and The London Journal 1860-1900”,paper presented at the SHARP conference, “Margins,Columns And Manuscript Books: Materials For AHistory Of Reading 1700-1900”, 14 March 1998(=1998b).

Gilbert, Sandra M. and Susan Gubar, The Madwoman in the Attic:the Woman Writer and the Nineteenth-Century Literary Imagination,London: Yale University Press, 1979.

Ginsberg, Carlo, The Cheese and the Worms: the Cosmos of aSixteenth-Century Miller, trans. J. and A. Tedeschi, 2nd

ed, Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1980.

Ginsburg, Madeleine, An Introduction to Fashion Illustration,London: Her Majesty’s Stationary Office, 1982.

Goldman, Paul, Victorian Illustrated Books 1830-1870: The Heyday ofWood Engraving, London: British Museum Publications,1994.

Gray, Donald J., “A List of Comic Periodicals Publishedin Great Britain 1800-1900, with a prefatoryEssay”, VPN, no. 15, 1972: 2-39.

--- “Early Victorian Scandalous Journalism: RentonNicholson's Town (1837-42)”, The Victorian Periodical Press:Samplings and Soundings, ed. Joanne Shattock and


Texts Cited: from 1929

Michael Wolff, [Leicester]: Leicester UniversityPress, 1982: 317-348.

Green, Benny, The Streets of London: Moments in Time from the Albumsof Charles White and London Transport, London: Pavilion inassociation with Michael Joseph, 1983.

Grierson, Herbert J.C., Sir Walter Scott, Bart. A New Life,Supplementary to, and Corrective of, Lockhart’s Biography,London: Constable, 1938.

Guise, René, “Bibliographie chronologique d’Eugène Sue”,Europe: revue littéraire mensuelle, no. 644,novembre/décembre 1982: 167-180.

Habegger, Alfred, “The Well Hidden Hand”, Novel: a Forum onFiction, XIV, 1981: 197-212.

Haining, Peter, ed., The Penny Dreadful; or, Strange, Horrid andSensational Tales!, London: Gollancz, 1975.

Hall, Catherine, White, Male and Middle Class: Explorations inFeminism and History, Cambridge: Polity Press, 1992.

Hankinson, Graham and Philippa Cowking, Branding in Action:Cases and Strategies for Profitable Brand Management, London:McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1993.

Harris, Michael and Alan Lee, eds., The Press in English Societyfrom the Seventeenth to Nineteenth Centuries, London:Associated University Presses, 1986.

Harrison, Brian, “‘A World of Which We Had NoConception’: Liberalism and the English TemperancePress 1830-1872”, Victorian Studies, XIII, 1962: 117-158.

--- Drink and the Victorians: The Temperance Question in England1815-1872, 2nd ed., Staffordshire: Keele UniversityPress, 1994 (1971).


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Harrison, J.F.C., Early Victorian Britain, 1832-51, London:Fontana, 1988 (1971).

--- Late Victorian Britain, 1870-1901, London: Fontana,1990.

Hayden, John O., ed., Scott: The Critical Heritage, London:Routledge, 1970.

Haywood, Ian, “George W.M. Reynolds and theRadicalisation of Victorian Fiction”, Media History,IV, 1998: 121-139.

Hekman, Susan, “The Foundations of Liberal Feminism”,History of European Ideas, XV, 1982: 681-686.

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Holland, Vyvvan, Hand Coloured Fashion Plates 1770-1899,[London]: Batsford, 1955.

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Hughes, Linda K. and Michael Lund, The Victorian Serial, London: University Press of Virginia, 1991.Hughes, Winifred, The Maniac in the Cellar: Sensation Novels of the

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Humpherys, Anne, “Generic Strands and Urban Twists: TheVictorian Mysteries Novel”, Victorian Studies, XXXIV,1991: 455-472.

--- rev. of Patricia Anderson, The Printed Image and theTransformation of Popular Culture 1790-1860, Oxford:Clarendon Press, 1991, Nineteenth Century Literature,XLVII, 1993: 491-493.

Hutcheon, Linda, A Poetics of Postmodernism: History, Theory Fiction,London: Routledge, 1988.

Ings, Katherine Nicholson, “Blackness and the LiteraryImagination: Uncovering The Hidden Hand”, Passing and theFictions of Identity, ed. Elaine K. Ginsberg, London: DukeUniversity Press, 1996: 131-150.

Iser, Wolfgang, The Act of Reading: A Theory of Aesthetic Response,London: Routledge, 1978.

Jacobs, Edward, “Street Culture, ‘Industrial Literacy’and the Emergence of Mass Culture in VictorianEngland”, Nineteenth-Century Contexts, XVIII, 1995: 321-347.

James, Louis, Fiction for the Working Man 1830-1850: A Study of theLiterature Produced for the Working Classes in Early Victorian UrbanEngland, Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1974 (1963).

--- “'Economic' Literature: the Emergence ofPopular Journalism”, VPN, no. 14, 1972: 13-20.

--- ed. with and Introduction and Commentary, Printand the People 1819-1851, London: Allen Lane, 1976.

--- “‘The Trouble with Betsy’: Periodicals andthe Common Reader in Mid-Nineteenth-CenturyEngland”, The Victorian Periodical Press: Samplings andSoundings, ed. Joanne Shattock and Michael Wolff,[Leicester]: Leicester University Press, 1982: 349-366.


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James, Louis and John Saville, “Reynolds, George WilliamMacArthur”, Dictionary of Labour Biography, ed. Joyce M.Bellamy and John Saville, III, 1976: 146-151.

Jauss, Hans Robert, Toward an Aesthetic of Reception, trans.Timothy Bahti, with an Introduction by Paul de Man,Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1982.

Jay, Elisabeth, Mrs. Oliphant: “A Fiction to Herself”, Oxford:Clarendon Press, 1995.

Johnson-Woods, Toni, “Beyond Ephemera: The Australian Journal(1865-1962) as Fiction Publisher”, Ph.D. Diss.,University of Queensland, 2000.

Johnston, Judith, “Invading the House of Titian: theColonisation of Italian Art. Anna Jameson, JohnRuskin and The Penny Magazine”, VPR, XXVII, 1994:127-143.

Jones, Aled, “Tillotson’s Fiction Bureau: the ManchesterManuscripts”, VPR, XVII, 1984: 43-49.

--- Powers of the Press: Newspapers, Power and the Public inNineteenth-Century England, Aldershot: Ashgate, 1998(1996).

Jordan, John O., and Robert L. Patten, eds., Literature in theMarketplace: Nineteenth-Century British Publishing and ReadingPractices, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,1995.

Joyce, Patrick, Democratic Subjects: The Self and the Social inNineteenth-Century England, Cambridge: CambridgeUniversity Press, 1994.

--- ed., Class, Oxford: Oxford University Press,1995.

Kelley, Mary, Private Woman, Public Stage: Literary Domesticity inNineteenth-Century America, Oxford: Oxford UniversityPress, 1984.


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Kelly, Thomas, A History of Adult Education in Great Britain from theMiddle Ages to the Twentieth Century, Liverpool: LiverpoolUniversity Press, 1993.

Kent, Christopher, “Higher Journalism and the Mid-Victorian Clerisy”, Victorian Studies, XIII, 1962: 181-198.

Kent, Susan Kingsley, Sex and Suffrage in Britain 1860-1914,London: Routledge, 1987.

King, Andrew, “Including the Nude: The Great Exhibition,Class, Gender and Nationality in a Victorian Mass-Market Magazine”, Studii de limbi şi literaturi moderne: Studii deAnglistică şi Americanistică, Timişoara: Mirton, 1999: 161-180.

--- “Defining Positions: A Pragmatic Approach toPeriodical Illustrations”, Nineteenth-Century Media andthe Construction of Identity, ed. Laurel Brake, Bill Bell, &David Finckelstein, Macmillan, (forthcoming 2000).

Klancher, Jon P., The Making of English Reading Audiences 1790-1832, London: University of Wisconsin Press, 1987.

Knoke, David and James H. Kuklinski, “Network Analysis:Basic Concepts”, Markets, Hierarchies and Networks: the Co-ordination of Social Life, ed. Grahame Thompson, JenniferFrancis, Rosalind Levačić, and Jeremy Mitchell,London: Sage, 1991: 173-183.

Kooistra, Lorraine Janzen, The Artist as Critic, Aldershot:Scolar Press, 1995.

Koss, Steven, Fleet Street Radical: A.G. Gardiner and the Daily News,London: Allen Lane, 1973.

Lalumia, Matthew Paul, Realism and Politics in Victorian Art of theCrimean War, Ann Arbor, Michigan: UMI Research Press,1984.


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Leavis, Q.D., Fiction and the Reading Public, with anIntroduction by John Sutherland, London: Pimlico,2000 (1932).

Lee, Alan, The Origins of the Popular Press in England 1851-1914,London: Croom Helm, 1976.

Levine, Phillipa, Victorian Feminism 1850 – 1900, London:Hutchinson, 1987.

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