A moderated E-journal, devoted to women writers, beginning in the 19th century, who wrote domestic fiction.
What is domestic fiction? Who are the scribbling hordes?
Content: Bibliographies | General Victorian Links | Literary Criticism | Sample Course Syllabus | Site Index |
About this website: Site Contributors | Frequently Asked Questions | Call For Papers | About the Site | Note About Color Scheme |
Extra: Site awards | Graphics Information | MLA Citation of Electronic Sources |
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