Victorian studies bibliography.

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Imprint:[Bloomington, Indiana] : Indiana University Press, c2005-
Subject:English literature -- 19th century -- History and criticism -- Bibliography.
English literature.
Great Britain -- History -- Victoria, 1837-1901 -- Bibliography.
Great Britain -- Civilization -- 19th century -- Bibliography.
Great Britain.
Electronic indexes.
Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Format: E-Resource Book
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Varying Form of Title:Also known as: Victorian bibliography
Other title:Victorian studies.
Other authors / contributors:Modern Language Association of America. Victorian Literature Group.
Indiana University. Press.
Date / volume:Began in 2005?
Notes:Title from home page (last update: Oct. 31, 2005 ; viewed on Mar. 8, 2006).
Editors: Andrew H. Miller and Ivan Kreilkamp.
"Bibliography by Victorian Studies and Indiana University Press in collaboration with the IU Digital Library Program."
"A publication of Indiana University Press."
Originally issued in print as part of the journal 'Victorian Studies'.
Bibliography "prepared by the staff of Victorian Studies and a committee of the Victorian Division of the Modern Language Association of America."
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Issued also in print as a section of Victorian studies.
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Summary:Since 1933, the Victorian Bibliography has listed noteworthy publications (including articles, books, and reviews) that have a bearing on the Victorian period. Prepared by the staff of Victorian Studies and a committee of the Victorian Division of the Modern Language Association of America, the Bibliography annually indexes over 400 journals, representing scholarship in a range of disciplines. Organized into a six part division: 1) lists both enumerative bibliographies relating to the period and studies of printing, publishing, libraries, and book production. 2) lists documents, general histories, and studies in historiography. 3) lists titles on Victorian economics, education, politics, religion, science, and social environment. 4) lists references to all arts except literature, including studies of architecture, household arts, landscape, music, painting, the performing arts, photography, and sculpture. 5) focuses exclusively on literature, literary history, and the development of literary forms. 6) lists individual authors, first citing significant new editions of their works and then listing critical and biographical studies; journals devoted to individual authors are enumerated in this section in single, extended entries, but reviews appearing in their pages are listed under the title of the book reviewed.