Originally published, Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1956.
|Statement||edited by Austin Wright ; compiled by William Frost ... [et al.].|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||310|
Wright, Austin, ed. Bibliographies of Studies in Victorian Literature for the Ten Years – Urbana: U of Illinois P, pp. Urbana: U of Illinois P, pp. ing on English literature of the Victorian period, as well as similar publications of earlier date that have been inadvertently omitted from the preceding Victorian bibliographies. Unless otherwise stated, the date of publication is Reference to a page in the bibliography for , in . the preceding Victorian bibliographies. Un-less otherwise stated, the date of publication VICTORIAN STUDIES VICTORIAN BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR / SECTION II Rev. by Gwyn Jones in RES, new ser., ies in Victorian Literature for the Ten Years See VB , Rev. by John D. Gordan in LJ, LXXXII. book of English," in collaboration with James A. S. McPeek, and "Bibliographies of Studies in Victorian Literature for the Ten Years, ," published in Fred erick J. Hoffman is professor of English at the University of Wisconsin, where he has taught since He is the author of such books as "Freudianism and the Liter.
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