Academic journal article Nineteenth-Century Prose

From the Editor

Academic journal article Nineteenth-Century Prose

From the Editor

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The present issue of Nineteenth-Century Prose--double issue, Vol. 43, Nos. 1/2 (Spring/Fall 2016)--is one of the largest to date: 572 + viii pages, which reflects the labors of Guest Editor and Book Review Editor Larry Mazzeno, who can perhaps best be described by that Dickensian adjective, "indefatigable." The breadth of this issue is a fine demonstration of Larry's knowledge and contacts in the field of Victorian Studies. The essayists and reviewers in this issue represent both previous and new contributors, old and new scholars, and overall the Victorian critics and topics represented are daunting in their range and variety. After a relative absence of two decades, former editor Mazzeno is back in force. And perhaps this present issue on Victorian criticism might lead to follow-ups in American criticism and Continental criticism. So far we have had only a single issue on Continental European nonfiction prose. It would be nice to right the balance. If any subscribers have suggestions along these lines and would like to volunteer to edit a special issue on such a topic, it would be a welcome addition to the present special issue and to nineteenth century studies in general. …

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