I am in Madison, WI for NAVSA, where, of course, there is a book exhibit. Also secondhand bookstores.
- Clare Clark, Beautiful Lies (Houghton Mifflin, 2012). A late-Victorian woman discovers that her projected self-image may turn out to be a problem for her husband, a politician. (BOMC)
- Karen Dieleman, Religious Imaginaries: The Liturgical and Poetic Practices of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Christina Rossetti, and Adelaide Procter (Ohio, 2012). Analyzes the relationship between different liturgical contexts and poetic form/theory. (Scholar's Choice)
- Sarah Winter, The Pleasures of Memory: Learning to Read with Charles Dickens (Fordham, 2011). Studies the practice of serial fiction in the context of pedagogies of reading in the 19th c., especially in religious works for children. (Scholar's Choice)
- Theodore Koditschek, Liberalism, Imperialism, and the Historical Imagination: Nineteenth-Century Visions of a Greater Britain (Cambridge, 2011). Imperial contexts of historiography in both Great Britain and India. (Cambridge)
- Jan-Melissa Schramm, Atonement and Self-Sacrifice in Nineteenth-Century Narrative (Cambridge, 2012). Fictional reworkings of Christian theologies of atonement. (Cambridge)
- Sally M. Promey, Painting Religion in Public: John Singer Sargent's Triumph of Religion at the Boston Public Library (Princeton, 2001). The production and reception of Singer Sargent's ultimately-unfinished series of murals. (A Room of One's Own)
- Gregory R. Suriano, The Pre-Raphaelite Illustrators (Oak Knoll, 2000). A critical study and catalogue of book illustrations by such artists as Millais. (A Room of One's Own)