National Library of Australia

Australasian Journal of Victorian Studies

Australasian Journal of Victorian Studies is a fully-refereed journal of Victorian Studies published by the Australasian Victorian Studies Association.

Vol 19, No 1 (2014): Special Issue: Critical Crosscurrents in the Arts

Guest edited by Paul Watt

Table of Contents


Artistic Crosscurrents: Critical Vocabularies of Literature, Painting, Architecture, and Music in the Nineteenth Century Abstract PDF
Paul Watt 1-4
Visualising the Critical: Artistic Convention and Eclecticism in Oscar Wilde's Writings on the Decorative Arts Abstract PDF
Deborah van der Plaat 5-19
"Like an old Flemish interior brought into action": Victorian Reviews of the Realist Novel and the Appropriation of Visual Arts Vocabulary Abstract PDF
Isabel Seidel 20-31
Thomas Woolner's "Bad Times for Sculpture": Framing Victorian Sculpture in Vocabularies of Neglect Abstract PDF
Angela Dunstan 32-44
Absolute Music and Ideal Content: Autonomy, Sensation and Experience in Arthur Symon's "Theory of Musical Aesthetics" Abstract PDF
Sarah Collins 45-66

Book Reviews

Anglophone Poetry in Colonial India, 1780-1913 and Indian Angles by Mary Ellis Gibson (rev.) and Becoming Imperial Citizens: Indians in the Late-Victorian Empire by Sukanya Banerjee (rev.) Abstract PDF
Elen Turner 67-71
Born in a Tent: How Camping Makes Us Australian by Bill Garner (rev.) PDF
Grace Moore 72-74
Literature, Journalism and the Vocabularies of Liberalism: Politics and Letters, 1886-1916 by Jock Macleod (rev.) PDF
Antony Taylor 75-76
Women Writers and Detectives in Nineteenth-Century Crime Fiction: The Mothers of the Mystery Genre by Lucy Sussex (rev.) PDF
Heidi Logan 77-79

Notes on Contributors

Notes on Contributors PDF
Paul Watt 80-81

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.