NINETEENTH-CENTURY CONTEXTS
Volume 27, Number 1, March 2005
Special Issue: ROMANTICISM AND SEXUAL VICE

CONTENTS

Articles

Preface: Romanticism and Sexual Vice
Daniel O'Quinn

The Peeresses and the Prostitutes: The Founding of the London Pantheon, 1772
Gillian Russell

Medicalizing the Romantic Libido: Sexual Pleasure, Luxury, and the Public Sphere
Richard C. Sha

School for Scandal: Sexuality, Race, and National Vice and Virtue in Miss Marianne Woods and Miss Jane Pirie Against Lady Helen Cumming Gordon
Geraldine Friedman

Romanticism and the Pornography of Talking
Joel Faflak

Reviews

Leigh Summers, Bound to Please: A History of the Victorian Corset
[Margaret Maynard]

Joanne Shattock, ed., Women and Literature in Britain, 1800-1900
[Kay Boardman]

Lillian Nayder, Unequal Partners: Charles Dickens, Wilkie Collins, and Victorian Authorship
[Ross G. Forman]

Thad Logan, The Victorian Parlour: A Cultural Study
[Beverly Gordon]

John M. Ulrich, Signs of Their Times: History, Labor, and the Body in Cobbett, Carlyle, and Disraeli
[David Hennessee]

Sarah M. Zimmerman, Romanticism, Lyricism and History
[Michael John Kooy]

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