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Victorian Literature and Culture
Continues Browning Institute Studies (1973 - 1990)
Title history
  • ISSN: 1060-1503 (Print), 1470-1553 (Online)
  • Editors: John Maynard Department of English|New York University|19 University Place, Room 235|New York, NY 10003-4556 and Adrienne Munich Department of English|Stony Brook University|Stony Brook, NY 11794|
  • Editorial board
Victorian Literature and Culture encourages high quality original work concerned with all areas of Victorian literature and culture, including music and the fine arts. The journal presents work at the cutting edge of current research, including exciting new studies in untouched subjects or new methodologies. Contributions are welcomed from internationally established scholars as well as younger members of the profession. Review essays form a central part of the journal, and offer an authoritative view of important subjects together with a list of relevant works that serves as an up-to-date bibliography. The Works in Progress section allows the communication of parts of major works well in advance of their final publication. The Special Effects section allows publication of primary materials either previously unavailable or unknown to most readers.

Editorial Changes




Cambridge University Press is delighted to announce the appointment of Professors Rachel Ablow and Daniel Hack as incoming Editors-in-Chief of Victorian Literature and Culture. They will take up their positions in January 2017, working closely with Professors John Maynard and Adrienne Munich during an initial transitional year. We would like to take this opportunity to thank Adrienne and John for their many years of extraordinary service to the journal, and to warmly welcome Danny and Rachel to VLC.

Literature on fifteeneightyfour

  • Keats Wrought up to Writing
  • 19 November 2016, Amy Watson
  • In 1818 William Hazlitt launched his series of lectures on the English poets, attended by Keats and everyone in London, it seems, by hailing a general franchise:...
  • Show Us Just How “Absurd” You Can Be
  • 17 November 2016, Diana Rissetto
  • Theatre of the Absurd  The Absurdist Movement is considered to be both one of the most hilarious and depressing artistic and philosophical movements. Characters...