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Annual Bibliography of Victorian Studies:
"Annual Bibliography of Victorian Studies is distinguished for its completeness, accuracy, and ease of use. Items are listed generically and under author and title; an alphabetical subject index almost as long as the main listings gives cross-reference both to the titles and to descriptions of items - so that one can find references, for example, to Virgil, Dante, and Ezra Pound - and the volume is completed by full title, author and reviewer indexes." - Richard Morton, McMaster University in English Studies in Canada, xiv, i, March 1988.
Cumulative Bibliography of Victorian Studies:
"Another outstanding general work is found in that mainstay of well-researched scholarship, Brahma Chaudhuri and Fred Radford's Cumulative Bibliography of Victorian Studies. This second volume includes books and periodical articles covering the years 2000 to 2004, as well as books and articles missed in earlier cumulative volumes. Coverage includes journals in all aspects of the humanities, social sciences, and the sciences, as well as publications of an interdisciplinary nature. The bibliography extends beyond the enumerative and includes a keyword subject index, an author index and a title index. Chaudhuri and Radford's cumulative bibliographies are indispensable resources, especially given the current unreliability of the annual Victorian Studies bibliography in its new electronic form." William Baker and Linda Reinert inThe Year's Work in English Studies 86/1 (2007): 688.
"Cumulative Bibliography of Victorian Studies indexes more than 500 journals in the humanities, sciences, and social sciences. Interdisciplinary in scope, the entries are divided into language and literature, fine arts, philosophy and religion, history, economics, education, sociology, science and technology, and womens studies. Each of these broad areas is subdivided into several sections. The language and literature section, for example, is divided into individual authors, bibliography, biographies, letters and diaries, critical studies, and works. . . .Given the present interest in Victoriana, Cumulative Bibliography of Victorian Studies should be put to good use by both undergraduate and graduate students." - G.A. Cevasco in American Reference Book Annual 1991.
CUMULATIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF VICTORIAN