The Pickwick Papersitemporality is marked by "recursive rapid journeys punctuated by halts" (91), a formal pattern that echoes the fully-realized stage coach network of the 1830s and, this reader must add, that decade's emerging forms of serial publication
. In perhaps her most intriguing chapter, Livesey rereads Jane Eyre's self-assertions as instances of Tory Yorkshire independence, arguing that such moments function as momentary halts along a journey preserving regional identity while threading such identity into a communicative nation wherein local proximity and custom guard against liberalism's abstractions of individualism and class.
Again, that was not as much of an issue in the original serial publication
as it is in the current work.
Assisted by Victor Fischer of the Mark Twain Papers, we will prepare a series of photos and texts for the Rouen presentation that are intended to illuminate Twain's writing process, his research, his family's involvement in his writing, and select illustrations from his original serial publication
He placed them in an order intended to bring out connections and themes that were perhaps not evident in their serial publication
over a long period.
Stead's management of rhythm over his career lays bare the central dynamic of serial publication
. On one hand, serial publication
is structured by a drive for novelty, in which the new replaces the old; on the other, this newness is always tempered by things from the past.
(10) In addition, as Brian Maidment argues in this volume, serial publication
of song books leads us to question what exactly defines a periodical, a periodical poem, and indeed the very origins of Victorian periodical poetry.
The serial publication
of his views of the Seine was then nearing completion, and he presumably still hoped to extend the project to include other great European rivers, such as the Rhine.
The Shadow Line's first manifestation was as a serial publication
in the American Metropolitan Magazine in a much truncated form to suit that popular magazine's need for fast-paced stories.
The insider's view of this classic Victorian journal sheds much light on the entire complex era and suggests how an "oral" and exclusively male culture helped to generate the issues of this widely influential serial publication
To assess the problems confronting the academic staff in the use of the serial publication
Laffrado intriguingly proposes that serial publication
enabled Willis to endow Fern with a flexible, fluctuating selfhood that gave access to an unusually diverse range of topics and varied relationships with readers.
However, the length of such Victorian novels was the result of serial publication
, which provided readers with more regular doses of suspense than Drood does.