Mrs Henry Wood. Detail: The miniature by Reginald Easton taken from Memorials (1894)
Varieties of Women's Sensation Fiction, 1855-1890. General editor, Andrew Maunder. Consulting editor, Sally Mitchell. 6 vols. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2004.
- Vol. 1. Sensationalism and the Sensation Debate. Edited by Andrew Maunder
- Vol. 2. Domestic Sensationalism. Florence Marryat, Love's conflict (1865). Edited by Andrew Maunder
- Vol. 3. Gothic Sensationalism. Ellen Wood, St Martin's eve (1866). Edited by Lyn Pykett
- Vol. 4. Sensation With a Purpose. Felicia Skene, Hidden depths (1866). Edited by Lillian Nayder. Erotic sensationalism. Rhoda Broughton, Cometh Up as a Flower (1867). Edited by Tamar Heller
- Vol. 5. Sensation and Detection. Mary Cecil Hay, Old Myddelton's money (1874). Edited by Mark Knight
- Vol. 6. Newspaper Sensationalism. Dora Russell, Beneath the Wave (1878). Edited by Graham Law
. . . it is hard to imagine any other way of examining a collected correspondence. . . . These electronic versions should be accessible to all levels of readers; they are essential for specialists.
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