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Victorian Periodicals
A Guide to Research (volume 2)

Editor(s): J. Don Vann, Rosemary T. VanArsdel

Pages: viii & 177 pp.
Published: 1989
ISBN: 9780873522656 (paperback)
ISBN: 9780873522649 (hardcover)

"This book, like its precursor, should be of great assistance to researchers in the field of Victorian periodical literature."
American Reference Books Annual

This volume explores disciplines that have evolved in the years since the publication of volume 1. It discusses fields ranging from art history to feminist studies to religion through the study of the radical press, publisher's archives, periodicals of the 1890s, children's periodicals, and Scottish and Welsh periodicals. The appendixes update the essays in the first volume.

Table of Contents

(volume 2)

Victorian Periodicals and the Constructing of Victorian Reality
Christopher A. Kent

The Periodicals of the 1890s
J. Reginald Tye

Publisher's Archives
Joanne Shattock

The Radical and Labor Press
Joel H. Wiener

Periodicals and Art History
Helene E. Roberts

British Women's Serials
David Doughan

Religious Periodicals
Josef L. Altholz

Serialized Novels in Magazines
J. Don Vann

Magazines for Children
Diana Dixon

Scottish Periodicals
Ann Matheson

The Welsh Periodical Press
Aled G. Jones

Desiderata and Agenda for the Twenty-first Century
N. Merrill Distad

APPENDIX A. Finding Lists for Victorian Periodicals
Rosemary T. VanArsdel

APPENDIX B. Biographical Resources
William H. Scheuerle

APPENDIX C. General Histories of the Press
Joanne Shattock

APPENDIX D. Histories and Studies of Individual Periodicals, 1976–86
Lionel Madden and Diana Dixon

APPENDIX E. The Wellesley Index to Victorian Periodicals, 1824–1900
Rosemary T. VanArsdel


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