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Herbert Sussman, Editor

Alice in Manhattan

U. C. KNOEPFLMACHER

Facing Britain's Imperial Past?

KATE NICHOLS

The Victorian Art Scene in 2016: Pre-Raphaelite Women Artists and Marie Spartali

Stillman's Overdue Retrospective in the UK

MARGARET D. STETZ

The Fallen Woman

HILARY FRASER

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