Thanks to Dorice Elliott and Paul Lewis for their suggestions on the discussion group Victoria in September 2021. Please send in suggestions for additional items.— George P. Landow

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Collins, Wilkie. The Black Robe. [See the following on the Victorian Web],

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Kiehna, Lauren Harmsen. “Criminal Respectability: The Nineteenth-Century British Bigamy Novel.” PhD dissertation. University of Kansas, 1914. Available online.

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Liggins, Emma Her Resolution to Die: “Wayward Women” and Constructions of Suicide in Wilkie Collins’s Crime Fiction.” Wilkie Collins Society Journal, New series, 4 (2001): 35-49.

Niles, Lisa.“‘Owning "the dreadful truth’; Or, Is Thirty-Five Too Old?: Age and the Marriageable Body in Wilkie Collins's Armadale.” Nineteenth-Century Literature 65, No. 1 (June 2010): 65-92.

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