Sensation Fiction

Sensation Fiction: Selected full-text books and articles

A Companion to Sensation Fiction By Pamela K. Gilbert Wiley-Blackwell, 2011
Lady Audley's Secret By Mary Elizabeth Braddon Oxford University Press, 1998
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John Marchmont's Legacy By Mary Elizabeth Braddon; Toru Sasaki; Norman Page Oxford University Press, 1999
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The Columbia History of the British Novel By John Bender; Deirdre David; Michael Seidel; John J. Richetti Columbia University Press, 1994
Victorian Literature By David Amigoni Edinburgh University Press, 2011
Wilkie Collins's Page-Turners By Arkin, Marc M New Criterion, Vol. 32, No. 9, May 2014
Introduction: Blurring Boundaries: The Fiction of M.E. Braddon By Cox, Jessica DQR Studies in Literature, No. 50, January 1, 2012
The Neo-Sensation Novel: A Contemporary Genre in the Victorian Tradition By Marsh, Kelly A Philological Quarterly, Vol. 74, No. 1, Winter 1995
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