Scholarly Secondary Criticism on Braddon

Adams, Elizabeth. ‘Professional Authorship: M. E. Braddon and Mary.’ Notes and Queries 55.4 (2008): 467-9.

Allen, Emily, and Dino Franco Felluga. “Byron is (Un)Dead: Mary Elizabeth Braddon’s Sublation of Byron.” English Language Notes 51.1 (2013. 223-30. ProQuest. Web. 29 July 2015.

Andres, Sophia. ‘Mary Elizabeth Braddon’s Ambivalent Pre-Raphaelite Ekphrasis.’ Victorian Newsletter 108 (2005): 1-6.

Atkinson, Juliette. ‘To ‘Serve God and Mammon’: Braddon and Literary Transgression.’ Ed. Jessica Cox. Rodopi, 2012. 133-154.

Auger, Emily E. ‘Male Gothic Detection and the Pre-Raphaelite Woman in Lady Audley’s Secret.’ Clues: A Journal of Detection 26.3 (2008): 3-14.

Babcox, Leslie Kyle. ‘Borderlands of Insanity in Dickens, Trollope, and Braddon.’ Lehigh U, 1996.

Badowska, Eva. ‘On the Track of Things: Sensation and Modernity in Mary Elizabeth Braddon’s Lady Audley’s Secret.’ Victorian Literature and Culture 37.1 (2009): 157-75.

Balée, Susan. ‘Mary Elizabeth Braddon (1835-1915).’ Ed. Jay Parini.Scribner’s, 2003. 35-52.

Bank, Lila R. ‘Zhenskiĭ Kharakter i Siuzhetno-Zhanrovaia Struktura Romanov M. Brėddon ‘Sekret Ledi Odli’, ‘Zhena Doktora’, ‘Nasledstvo Dzhona Marchmonta’.’ Philological Studies/Filološki Studii/Filoloske Pripombe/Filologicheskie Zametki/Filoloske Studije 1 (2003): 243-60.

Bandish, Cynthia Louise. ‘Mary Elizabeth Braddon and the Bohemian Circle of ‘Belgravia’.’ Drew U, 1998.

Barrow, Robin. ‘Braddon’s Haunting Memories: Rape, Class and the Victorian Popular Press.’ Women’s Writing 13.3 (2006): 348-68.

Barst, Julie M. ‘Sensations Down Under: Australia’s Seismic Charge in Great Expectations and Lady Audley’s Secret.’ Ed. Marilyn Brock.McFarland, 2009. 91-101.

—. ‘Sensations Down Under: The Seismic Charge of Australia in Great Expectations and Lady Audley’s Secret.’ Australasian Victorian Studies Journal 10 (2004): 1-9.

Bauman, Allen. ‘Epilepsy, Crime, and Masculinity in Mary Elizabeth Braddon’s Thou Art the Man.’ Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies 4.2 (2008): np (online).

Bearman, Robert. ‘Mary Braddon in Warwickshire.’ Notes and Queries 49.4 (2002): 478-85.

Bedell, Jeanne F. ‘Amateur and Professional Detectives in the Fiction of Mary Elizabeth Braddon.’ Clues: A Journal of Detection 4.1 (1983): 19-34.

Beller, Anne-Marie. ‘Braddon’s Joshua Haggard’s Daughter’, in A Companion to Sensation Fiction, ed. Pamela K. Gilbert (Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2011).

—. ‘Detecting the Self in the Sensation Fiction of Wilkie Collins and Mary Elizabeth Braddon.’ Clues: A Journal of Detection 26.1 (2007): 49-61.

—. Mary Elizabeth Braddon: A Companion to the Mystery Fiction. McFarland, 2012.

—. ‘Popularity and Proliferation: Shifting Modes of Authorship in Mary Elizabeth Braddon’s The Doctor’s Wife and Vixen’, Women’s Writing 23:2 (2016): 245-261. (Published online 20 Jan 2016).

—. ‘Sensational Bildung? Infantilization and Female Maturation in Braddon’s 1860s Novels.’ Ed. Jessica Cox. Rodopi, 2012. 113-131.

—. ‘“You’re obliged to have recourse to bodies”: Corporeal Proliferation, Class, and Literary Taste in M. E. Braddon’s Revision of The Outcasts’, in ‘Victorian Literature and the Aesthetic Impure’. Special issue of English Literature, Vol. 2, Dec. 2015, ed. Mariaconcetta Costantini.

Beller, Anne-Marie, and Tara MacDonald. ‘Beyond Braddon: Re-Assessing Female Sensationalists [Special Issue].’ Women’s Writing 20.2 (2013): 143-262.

Bennett, Mark. ‘Generic Gothic and Unsettling Genre: Mary Elizabeth Braddon and the Penny Blood.’ Gothic Studies 13.1 (2011): 38-54.

Biles, Susan Rebecca. ‘Can the Sensational be Elevated by Art? the Fiction of Mary Elizabeth Braddon, 1863-1865.’ U of Oklahoma, 1997.

Blodgett, Harriet. ‘The Greying of Lady Audley’s Secret.’ Papers on Language and Literature: A Journal for Scholars and Critics of Language and Literature 37.2 (2001): 132-46.

Bowser, Rachel A. ‘Shattered Dials and Mute Objects: The Surfaces of Lady Audley’s Secret.’ Genre: Forms of Discourse and Culture 41.1-2 (2008): 75-94.

Braunstein, Laura R. ‘Strange Cases: Representing Epistemology in Victorian Detective Narratives.’ Northwestern U, 2000.

Braun, Heather L. ‘Idle Vampires and Decadent Maidens: Sensation, the Supernatural, and Mary E. Braddon’s Disappointing Femmes Fatales.’ Ed. Tamara S. Wagner. Cambria, 2009. 235-254.

Brecke, Anna J. ‘Top Hat, Fashion Magazine, and Shoppiness: Mary Elizabeth Braddon, Material Culture and the OED.’ Victorian 1.2 (2013): 1-8.

Briganti, Chiara. ‘Gothic Maidens and Sensation Women: Lady Audley’s Journey from the Ruined Mansion to the Madhouse.’ Victorian Literature and Culture 19 (1991): 189-211.

Bury, Laurent. ‘Dire Ou Ne Pas Dire Le Crime Dans Les Romans De Mrs. Braddon.’ Cahiers Victoriens et Edouardiens: Revue du Centre d’Etudes et de Recherches Victoriennes et Edouardiennes de l’Université Paul Valéry, Montpellier 55 (2002): 18,19, 233-41.

Buscemi, Nicki. ‘‘the Disease, which had Hitherto been Nameless’: M. E. Braddon’s Challenge to Medical Authority in Birds of Prey and Charlotte’s Inheritance.’ Victorian Literature and Culture 38.1 (2010): 151-63.

Calovini, Susan. ‘A ‘Secret’ Novel of Her Own: Mary Elizabeth Braddon’s Rewriting of Dickens and Collins.’ Tennessee Philological Bulletin: Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Tennessee Philological Association 38 (2001): 19-29.

Camus, Marianne. ‘Le Criminelle Chez Braddon: Femme Fatale Ou ‘Fated Woman?’.’ Cahiers Victoriens et Edouardiens: Revue du Centre d’Etudes et de Recherches Victoriennes et Edouardiennes de l’Université Paul Valéry, Montpellier 55 (2002): 19,20, 255-64.

Carnell, Jennifer. The Literary Lives of Mary Elizabeth Braddon: A Study of Her Life and Work. Sensation, 2000.

—. Mary Elizabeth Braddon: The Black Band; Or, the Mysteries of Midnight. 1998.

—. Mary Elizabeth Braddon: The Octoroon; Or, the Lily of Louisiana. 1999.

Carnell, Jennifer, and Graham Law. ‘‘Our Author’: Braddon in the Provincial Weeklies.’ Eds. Marlene Tromp, et al. State U of New York P, 2000. 127-163.

Chang, Junghee. ‘The Victorian Newspaper and Sensation Novel: Personal Advertisement and Lady Audley’s Secret.’ Nineteenth Century Literature in English 14.1 (2010): 101-26.

—. ‘Victorian Family Magazine and Woman Reader: Mary Elizabeth Braddon’s Belgravia: A London Magazine.’ Nineteenth Century Literature in English 10.1 (2006): 117-36.

—. ‘Victorian Popular Text and Femininity: Mary Elizabeth Braddon’s Sensation Novels.’ Nineteenth Century Literature in English 9.1 (2005): 143-67.

—. ‘Victorian Domestic Crime and Femininity: Mary Elizabeth Braddon’s Aurora Floyd.’ Nineteenth Century Literature in English 11.2 (2007): 207-27.

Charret-Del Bove, Marion. ‘Lady Audley and Lydia Gwilt: Two Portraits of Sensational Female Criminals.’ Eds. Rédouane Abouddahab and Josiane Paccaud-Huguet. Cambridge Scholars, 2011. 31-48.

—. ‘Les Images d’Enfermement Dans John Marchmont’s Legacy De Mary Elizabeth Braddon.’ Cahiers Victoriens et Edouardiens: Revue du Centre d’Etudes et de Recherches Victoriennes et Edouardiennes de l’Université Paul Valéry, Montpellier 63 (2006): 375-85.

Chase, Karen, and Michael Levenson. The Spectacle of Intimacy: A Public Life for the Victorian Family. Princeton UP, 2000.

Choi, Jung Sun. “Architectural Femininity in Mary Elizabeth Braddon’s Lady Audley’s Secret.” British and American Fiction 21.1 (2014): 79-101.

—. “Victorian Queer: Marginality and Money in Nineteenth Century Literature.” DA3572375 Texas A&M U, 2013. 

Clayson, Sara. ‘Shopping to Survive: Consumerism and Evolution in M. E. Braddon’s Lady Audley’s Secret.’ Eds. Jonathon Shears and Jen Harrison. Ashgate, 2013. 129-145. Nineteenth Century Series

Coleman, Carla E. ‘‘the Stage! Oh, Flora, the very Idea Frightens Me!’: Representations of Victorian Professional Theatre in Rupert Godwin and A Lost Eden.’ Ed. Jessica Cox. Rodopi, 2012. 231-249.

Cooke, Simon. ‘George Du Maurier’s Illustrations for M. E. Braddon’s Serialization of Eleanor’s Victory in Once a Week.’ Victorian Periodicals Review 35.1 (2002): 89-106.

Cornes, Judy. Madness and the Loss of Identity in Nineteenth Century Fiction. McFarland, 2008.

Cox, Jessica. ‘From Page to Screen: Transforming M. E. Braddon’s Lady Audley’s Secret.’ Journal of Gender Studies 14.1 (2005): 23-31.

—. New Perspectives on Mary Elizabeth Braddon. Rodopi, 2012.

Cropp, Mary Seraly. ‘A Detective for Us Ordinary Folk?: The Reinscription of the Dupin-Esque Detective in Mary Braddon’s Lady Audley’s Secret.’ Clues: A Journal of Detection 19.2 (1998): 87-95.

Curtis, Jeni. ‘The ‘Espaliered’ Girl: Pruning the Docile Body in Aurora Floyd.’ Eds. Marlene Tromp, et al.State U of New York P, 2000. 77-92.

Denisoff, Dennis. Sexual Visuality from Literature to Film, 1850-1950. Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.

Depledge, Greta. “Experimental Medicine, Marital Harmony and Florence Marryat’s an Angel of Pity.” Women’s Writing 20.2 (2013): 219-34. 

Dingley, Robert. ‘Mrs. Conyers’s Secret: Decoding Sexuality in Aurora Floyd.’ Victorian Newsletter 95 (1999): 16-8.

Dobosiewicz, Ilona. ‘Domestic Spaces as the Scene of Crime in the Sensation Novel: Lady Audley’s Secret and the Subversion of the Conception of the Home.’ Eds. Andrzej Ciuk and Katarzyna Molek-Kozakowska. Cambridge Scholars, 2010. 95-103.

Donaldson, Norman. Lady Audley’s Secret by Mary Elizabeth Braddon. Dover; Constable, 1974.

Donnelly, Brian. ‘Sensational Bodies: Lady Audley and the Pre-Raphaelite Portrait.’ Victorian Newsletter 112 (2007): 69-90.

Dorré, Gina,M. Victorian Fiction and the Cult of the Horse. Ashgate, 2006.

Dowd, Maureen Anne. ‘‘the Monster Melo-Drame’: Spectacle, Sensationalism, and the Cultural Performances of Joanna Baillie, Lady Morgan, and M. E. Braddon.’ Loyola U, 1999.

Drouet-Richet, St. ‘‘Taming the Shrew’: Mélodrame Et Représentation Du Désir Dans Lady Audley’s Secret Et Aurora Floyd Par M. E. Braddon.’ Cahiers Victoriens et Edouardiens: Revue du Centre d’Etudes et de Recherches Victoriennes et Edouardiennes de l’Université Paul Valéry, Montpellier 59 (2004): 14,15, 63-74.

Dueyron-Lafay, Fran. ‘Les Femmes Fatales: Sirènes, Monstres Et Criminelles De La Fiction Victorienne (Mrs Braddon, W. Collins, Le Fanu, Rider Haggard).’ Cahiers Victoriens et Edouardiens: Revue du Centre d’Etudes et de Recherches Victoriennes et Edouardiennes de l’Université Paul Valéry, Montpellier 57 (2003): 14-66.

Edwards, P. D. ‘French Realism Englished: The Case of M. E. Braddon’s The Doctor’s Wife.’ Eds. Penny Gay, Judith Johnston, and Catherine Waters. Cambridge Scholars, 2008. 113-123.

—. ‘M. E. Braddon Manuscripts in Australia.’ Notes and Queries 35.3 (1988): 326-8.

Felber, Lynette. ‘The Literary Portrait as Centerfold: Fetishism in Mary Elizabeth Braddon’s Lady Audley’s Secret.’ Victorian Literature and Culture 35.2 (2007): 471-88.

Ferguson, Christine. ‘Sensational Dependence: Prosthesis and Affect in Dickens and Braddon.’ Lit: Literature Interpretation Theory 19.1 (2008): 1-25.

Fisk, Nicole P. ‘Lady Audley as Sacrifice: Curing Female Disadvantge Disadvantage in Lady Audley’s Secret.Victorian Newsletter 105 (2004): 24-7.

Freeman, Nick. ‘Sensational Ghosts, Ghostly Sensations.’ Women’s Writing 20.2 (2013): 186-201.

Frye, Lowell T. ‘The Ghost Story and the Subjection of Women: The Example of Amelia Edwards, M. E. Braddon, and E. Nesbit.’ VIJ: Victorians Institute Journal 26 (1998): 167-209.

Furneaux, Holly. ‘Gendered Cover-Ups: Live Burial, Social Death, and Coverture in Mary Braddon’s Fiction.’ Philological Quarterly 84.4 (2005): 425-49.

Gabriele, Alberto. ‘Mary Elizabeth Braddon’s ‘Belgravia’ in the Global Marketplace: A Cultural History of Late-Victorian Sensationalism.’ New York U, 2006.

—. Reading Popular Culture in Victorian Print: Belgravia and Sensationalism. Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.

Garrison, Laurie. ‘‘She Read on More Eagerly, almost Breathlessly’: Mary Elizabeth Braddon’s Challenge to Medical Depictions of Female Masturbation in The Doctor’s Wife.’ Eds. Andrew Mangham, Greta Depledge, and Karín Lesnik-Oberstein. Liverpool UP, 2011. 148-168.

Gilbert, Pamela K. ‘Braddon and Victorian Realism: Joshua Haggard’s Daughter.’ Eds. Marlene Tromp, et al. State U of New York P, 2000. 183-195.

—. Disease, Desire and the Body in Victorian Women’s Popular Novels. Cambridge UP, 1997.

—. ‘Ingestion, Contagion, Seduction: Victorian Metaphors of Reading.’ Eds. Tamar Heller and Patricia Moran. State U of New York P, 2003. 65-86. SUNY Series in Feminist Criticism and Theory

—. ‘Madness and Civilization: Generic Opposition in Mary Elizabeth Braddon’s Lady Audley’s Secret.’ Essays in Literature 23.2 (1996): 218-33.

Golden, Catherine. ‘Censoring Her Sensationalism: Mary Elizabeth Braddon and The Doctor’s Wife.’ Eds. Kimberly Harrison and Richard Fantina. Ohio State UP, 2006. 29-40.

Goodlad, Lauren M. E. ‘‘Go and Marry Your Doctor’: Fetishism and ‘Reduncance’ at the Fin De Siècle and the Vampires of ‘Good Lady Ducayne’.’ Eds. Marlene Tromp, et al. State U of New York P, 2000. 211-233.

Gravatt, Denise Hunter. ‘‘A Rod of Flexible Steel in that Little Hand’: Female Dominance and Male Masochism in Mary Elizabeth Braddon’s Aurora Floyd.’ Eds. Richard Fantina and Calvin Thomas. McFarland, 2006. 109-123.

Hager, Lisa. “Embodying Agency: Ouida’s Sensational Shaping of the British New Woman.” Women’s Writing 20.2 (2013): 235-46.

Hall, Jasmine Yong. ‘A Study in Scarlet Letters: Women and Crime in the Works of Arthur Conan Doyle, Mary Elizabeth Braddon, Wilkie Collins, and Charles Dickens.’ 1990.

Hall, R. M. ‘A Victorian Sensation Novel in the ‘Contact Zone’: Reading Lady Audley’s Secret through Imperial Eyes.’ Victorian Newsletter 98 (2000): 22-6.

Harrison, Kimberly. ‘Political Persuasion in Mary Braddon’s the Octoroon; Or, the Lily of Louisiana.’ Eds. Kimberly Harrison and Richard Fantina. Ohio State UP, 2006. 212-224.

Hassan, Narin. ‘Botanical Brews: Tea, Consumption, and the Exotic in Braddon’s Lady Audley’s Secret and Alcott’s Behind a Mask.’ Eds. Jennifer Phegley, et al. Ashgate, 2012. 207-219.

—. ‘‘Hothouse Flowers and Despair’: Reading the Victorian Garden in M. E. Braddon’s The Doctor’s Wife.’ Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature 38.4 (2005): 67-81.

Hatter, Janine. ‘Closing the Curtain: Mary Elizabeth Braddon’s Last Performance as Mary Seyton’, Notes and Queries, 62: 3 (2015): pp.426-9.

—. ‘Childhood Disrupted: Mary Elizabeth Braddon’s Unfinished Autobiography “Before the Knowledge of Evil”’, Peer English, Emily Bowles and Emma Butcher (eds.) 10 (2015): pp.11-25.

—. ‘The Parade of Identity: M. E. Braddon, The Travelling Circus Performer and the (Re)Construction of Self’, St. John’s Humanities Review, 10: 1 (2013): 26-38.

—. ‘Voicing the Self: Narration, Perspective and Identity in Mary Elizabeth Braddon’s “Prince Ramji Rowdedow” (1874)’, Short Fiction in Theory and Practice, 3: 1 (2013): 25-35.

—. ‘Writing the Vampire: M. E. Braddon’s “The Good Lady Ducayne” and Bram Stoker’s Dracula’, Supernatural in the Nineteenth Century, Supernatural Studies, Janine Hatter (ed.) 2: 2 (2015): pp.29-47.

Haynie, Aeron. ‘‘an Idle Handle that was Never Turned, and a Lazy Rope so Rotten’: The Decay of the Country Estate in Lady Audley’s Secret.’ Eds. Marlene Tromp, et al. State U of New York P, 2000. 63-74.

Heilmann, Ann. ‘Emma Bovary’s Sisters: Infectious Desire and Female Reading Appetites in Mary Braddon and George Moore.’ Victorian Review: The Journal of the Victorian Studies Association of Western Canada and the Victorian Studies Association of Ontario 29.1 (2003): 31-48.

Henderson, Ian. ‘Looking at Lady Audley: Symbolism, the Stage, and the Antipodes.’ Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film 33.1 (2006): 3-25.

Herbert, Christopher. ‘The Doctrine of Survivals, the Great Mutiny, and Lady Audley’s Secret.’ Novel: A Forum on Fiction 42.3 (2009): 431-6.

Heywood, C. ‘Flaubert, Miss Braddon, and George Moore.’ Comparative Literature 12.2 (1960): 151-8.

—. ‘Miss Braddon’s The Doctor’s Wife: An Intermediary between Madame Bovary and The Return of the Native.’ Revue de Litterature Comparee 38 (1964): 255-61.

—. ‘Somerset Maugham’s Debt to Madame Bovary and Miss Braddon’s The Doctor’s Wife.’ Etudes Anglaises: Grande-Bretagne, Etats-Unis 19 (1966): 64-9.

—. ‘The Return of the Native and Miss Braddon’s The Doctor’s Wife: A Probable Source.’ Nineteenth-Century Fiction 18.1 (1963): 91-4.

Heywood, Christopher. ‘A Source for Middlemarch: Miss Braddon’s The Doctor’s Wife and Madame Bovary.’ Revue de Litterature Comparee 44 (1970): 184-94.

—. ‘Lady Audley’s Secret: A T. S. Eliot Source?’ Review of English Studies: A Quarterly Journal of English Literature and the English Language 27.106 (1976): 182-8.

Hillabold, Susan Gray. ‘Reading Heroines Reading: Female Identity and Romance.’ U of Alberta, 1995.

Hipp, Julie Schuetz. ‘Women, Property, and the Estate: Fiction and Legal Reform in Nineteenth Century England, 1857-1882.’ Vanderbilt U, 2001.

Holder, Heidi J. ‘Misalliance: M. E. Braddon’s Writings for the Stage.’ Eds. Marlene Tromp, et al. State U of New York P, 2000. 165-179.

Holm, Lauren Ellis. ‘Staging the Novel: The Victorian Novel and the Rise of Adaptation.’ Brandeis U, 2011.

Houston, Gail Turley. ‘Mary Braddon’s Commentaries on the Trials and Legal Secrets of Audley Court.’ Eds. Marlene Tromp, et al. State U of New York P, 2000. 17-30.

Howard, Greg. ‘Masculinity and Economics in Lady Audley’s Secret.’ VIJ: Victorians Institute Journal 27 (1999): 33-53.

Ivy, Randolph. ‘M. E. Braddon in the 1860s: Clarifications and Corrections.’ Library: The Transactions of the Bibliographical Society 8.1 (2007): 60-9.

Johnson, Heidi H. ‘Electra-Fying the Female Sleuth: Detecting the Father in Eleanor’s Victory and Thou Art the Man.’ Eds. Marlene Tromp, et al. State U of New York P, 2000. 255-275.

Johnson-Woods, Toni. ‘Mary Elizabeth Braddon in Australia: Queen of the Colonies.’ Eds. Marlene Tromp, et al. State U of New York P, 2000. 111-125.

Jordan, Jane. “‘Romans Français Écrits En Anglais’: Ouida, the Sensation Novel and Fin-De-Siècle Literary Censorship.” Women’s Writing 20.2 (2013): 247-62.

Jung, Daun. “‘Threshold Names’ in Victorian Novels and Print Culture.” DA3612788 U of Wisconsin, Madison, 2014. 

Kane, Mary Patricia. ‘Structure and Ideology in Lady Audley’s Secret: Demystifying the Sensational.’ Rivista di Studi Vittoriani 7.4 (1999): 89-102.

Keith, Sara. ‘The Athenaeum as a Bibliographical Aid: Illustrated by Lady Audley’s Secret and Other Novels.’ Victorian Periodicals Newsletter 8 (1975): 25-8.

Kim, Ilyeong. ‘Female Madness in Sensation Novels: Lady Audley’s Secret and Victorian Society.’ British and American Fiction to 1900 9.1 (2002): 29-52.

Kim, Il-Yeong. ‘Foucaultean Madness and the Secret of Victorian Patriarchical Society in Lady Audley’s Secret.’ British and American Fiction 18.1 (2011): 25-51.

Kim, Soon-won. ‘The Rise of the Professional in Lady Audley’s Secret.’ British and American Fiction to 1900 15.2 (2008): 81-104.

King, Andrew. ‘Sympathy as Subversion? Reading Lady Audley’s Secret in the Kitchen.’ Journal of Victorian Culture 7.1 (2002): 60-85.

King, Emily L. ‘Reconsidering Reparation: Mary Elizabeth Braddon’s Lady Audley’s Secret and Critical Reading Practices.’ Pacific Coast Philology 43 (2008): 55-71.

Klein, Herbert G. ‘Strong Women and Feeble Men: Upsetting Gender Stereotypes in Mary Elizabeth Braddon’s Lady Audley’s Secret.’ Atenea 28.1 (2008): 161-74.

Kolentsis, Alysia. ‘Home Invasions: Masculinity and Domestic Power in the Supernatural Fiction of Elizabeth Gaskell, Mary Elizabeth Braddon, and Rhoda Broughton.’ Ed. Sladja Blazan. Cambridge Scholars, 2007. 60-80.

Knowles, Joanne. ‘The French Connection: Gender, Morals and National Culture in Braddon’s Novels.’ Ed. Jessica Cox. Rodopi, 2012. 155-173.

Knowles, Nancy, and Katherine Hall. ‘Imperial Attitudes in Lady Audley’s Secret.’ Ed. Jessica Cox. Rodopi, 2012. 37-58.

Kungl, Carla T. ‘‘the Secret of My Mother’s Madness’: Mary Elizabeth Braddon and Gothic Instability.’ Ed. Ruth Bienstock Anolik. McFarland, 2010. 170-180.

Kushnier, Jennifer S. ‘Educating Boys to be Queer: Braddon’s Lady Audley’s Secret.’ Victorian Literature and Culture 30.1 (2002): 61-75.

LaDow, Sarah E. ‘Ripper Novels: Mary Elizabeth Braddon’s Rough Justice, Marie Corelli’s Wormwood, and Marie Belloc Lowndes’ The Lodger.’ Purdue U, 2010.

Langland, Elizabeth. ‘Enclosure Acts: Framing Women’s Bodies in Braddon’s Lady Audley’s Secret.’ Eds. Marlene Tromp, et al. State U of New York P, 2000. 3-16.

Leighton, Mary Elizabeth, and Lisa Surridge. ‘The Plot Thickens: Toward a Narratological Analysis of Illustrated Serial Fiction in the 1860s.’ Victorian Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Social, Political, and Cultural Studies 51.1 (2008): 65-101.

Lewis, Daniel. ‘Women Writing Men: Female Victorian Authors and their Representations of Masculinity.’ Ball State U, 2011.

Liggins, Emma. ‘Her Mercenary Spirit: Women, Money and Marriage in Mary Elizabeth Braddon’s 1870s Fiction.’ Women’s Writing 11.1 (2004): 73-87.

—. ‘The ‘Evil Days’ of the Female Murderer: Subverted Marriage Plots and the Avoidance of Scandal in the Victorian Sensation Novel.’ Journal of Victorian Culture 2.1 (1997): 27-41.

Lin, Michelle. ‘‘to Go Boldly Where no Woman has Gone before’: Alicia Audley and the New Woman.’ Ed. Jessica Cox. Rodopi, 2012. 59-73.

Lindemann, Ruth Burridge. ‘Dramatic Disappearances: Mary Elizabeth Braddon and the Staging of Theatrical Character.’ Victorian Literature and Culture 25.2 (1997): 279-91.

—. ‘Rival Sensations: Mary Elizabeth Braddon, Her Adaptaters, and the Contest for Cultural Representation.’ U of Illinois, Urbana, 1996.

Lodge, Mary Jo. ‘From Madness to Melodramas to Musicals: The Women of Lady Audley’s Secret and Sweeney Todd.’ Theatre Annual: A Journal of Performance Studies 56 (2003): 78-96.

Lynch, Eve M. ‘Spectral Politics: M. E. Braddon and the Spirits of Social Reform.’ Eds. Marlene Tromp, et al. State U of New York P, 2000. 235-253.

—. ‘Spectral Politics: The Victorian Ghost Story and the Domestic Servant.’ Eds. Nicola Bown, et al. Cambridge UP, 2004. 67-86.

Mako Citarella, Robin,M. ‘Reconciling Female Conflict: The Portrayal of Women Readers in Victorian England from 1850-1890.’ Drew U, 2011.

Malcolm, Gabrielle. ‘Circumambulatory; Or, the Adventures of Three Gentlemen and a Lady in Search of a British Public/Mary Elizabeth Braddon (Circa 1860).’ Ed. Martin Hewitt. Leeds Centre for Victorian Studies, Trinity and All Saints College, University of Leeds, 2001. 95-106.

—. ‘Sons of Fire and A Lost Eden: Expectations of Narrative and Protocols of Reading in Mary Braddon’s Fin-deSiècle.’ Eds. Adrienne E. Gavin and Carolyn W. de la L. Oulton. Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. 28-42.

Mallory, Michael. ‘The Scandalous Sensation of Lady Audley’s Secret.’ Mystery Scene 96 (2006): 22-5.

Mangham, Andrew. ‘‘Drink it Up Dear; it Will do You Good’: Crime, Toxicology, and the Trail of the Serpent.’ Ed. Jessica Cox. Rodopi, 2012. 95-112.

—. ‘‘Murdered at the Breast’: Maternal Violence and the Self-made Man in Popular Victorian Culture.’ Critical Survey 16.1 (2004): 20-34.

Manion, Deborah Maria. “The Ekphrastic Fantastic: Gazing at Magic Portraits in Victorian Fiction.” DA3638403 U of Iowa, 2010. 

Marks, Patricia. ‘Seeing into ‘the Life of Things’: Nature and Commodification in Phantom Fortune.’ Studies in the Novel 33.3 (2001): 285-305.

Martin, Susan K., and Kylie Mirmohamadi. “Harry Potter’s Secret: The Rise of Publishing Sensations from Mary Braddon to J. K. Rowling.” English Studies: A Journal of English Language and Literature 95.2 (2014): 131-48.

Mattacks, Kate. ‘After Lady Audley: M. E. Braddon, the Actress and the Act of Writing in Hostages to Fortune.’ Eds. Emma Liggins and Daniel Duffy. Ashgate, 2001. 69-88.

—. ‘Beyond these Voices: M. E. Braddon and the Ghost of Sensationalism.’ Women’s Writing 15.3 (2008): 320-32.

—. ‘Mary Elizabeth Braddon’s Secret: An Antifeminist Amongst the New Women.’ Ed. Tamara S. Wagner. Cambria, 2009. 217-233.

—. ‘Regulatory Bodies: Dramatic Creativity, Control and the Commodity of Lady Audley’s Secret.’ 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century 8 (2009): 1-21.

—. ‘Sensationalism on Trial: Courtroom Drama and the Image of Respectability in His Darling Sin.’ Ed. Jessica Cox. Rodopi, 2012. 211-230.

McAleavey, Maia. ‘The Plot of Bigamous Return.’ Representations 123 (2013): 87-116.

—. The Bigamy Plot: Sensation and Convention in the Victorian Novel. New York : Cambridge University Press. 2015.

Meadows, Elizabeth. “Entropy and the Marriage Plot in The Woman in White and Lady Audley’s Secret.” Dickens Studies Annual: Essays on Victorian Fiction 45 (2014): 311-31. 

Montwieler, Katherine. ‘Marketing Sensation: Lady Audley’s Secret and Consumer Culture.’ Eds. Marlene Tromp, et al. State U of New York P, 2000. 43-61.

Moore, Pamela Lee. ‘An Insoluble Mystery is Standing on Your Hearthrug: Investigations of Female Bodies in Sensation Fiction.’ State U of New York, Stony Brook, 1995.

Moreno Alvarez, Alejandra. ‘Intersección De Voces Miméticas. Mary E. Braddon y Louisa M. Alcott.’ Eds. José Manuel Estévez Saá and Margarita Estévez Saá.Arcibel, 2008. 81-92.

Morris, Christine McPherson. ‘Victorian Legacies of Beauty: Feminine Beauty Ideals in the Fiction of Lady Blessington, Charlotte Brontë, Mary Elizabeth Braddon, and George Eliot.’ Order No. DA9708160 U of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1996.

Morris, Megan L. ‘Chivalric Terrors: The Gendered Perils of Medievalism in M. E. Braddon’s Lady Audley’s Secret.’ Ed. Karl Fugelso.Brewer, 2011. 61-78.

Morris, Ruth. Mary Elizabeth Braddon and the Jewish Question: A Victorian English Novelist and the Worlds of Anglo-Jewry, Zionism and Judaism, 1859-1913. Academica, 2010.

—. Mary Elizabeth Braddon’s Belgravia, A London Magazine, and the World of Anglo-Jewry, Jews and Judaism, 1866-1899. Academica, 2011.

—. Mary Elizabeth Braddon and Yorkshire: Dialect, Place and Setting in Victorian Sensation Literature. Academica, 2013.

—. Mary Elizabeth Braddon, Belgravia: A London Magazine and Representations of Jewish Characters and Jewish Culture, 1866-1880. Academica, 2014.

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