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From:Victorian Studies (Vol. 63, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedThough the Crimean War's literary reverberations within Britain have been productively analyzed, the global response to the war, particularly in British-ruled settler colonies, still merits exploration. Starting from the...
From:Victorian Studies (Vol. 63, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedThis article examines number-space synesthesia (NSS), a phenomenon first identified by Francis Galton in 1880. Experienced by a small percentage of the population, NSS involves the capacity to visualize numerals in...
From:Victorian Studies (Vol. 63, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedIn the 1880s, students at Mason Science College (a newly established, coeducational civic college which later became the University of Birmingham) ranked George Eliot as their favorite author. Through careful attention...
From:Victorian Studies (Vol. 63, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedAt the height of the Indian uprising in 1857, two rival London newspapers published portraits on the same day of the man who had become known in Britain as the primary villain of the conflicts: Nana Sahib. These were...
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