Sheila Sullivan is the author of recent articles on the Newgate Novel, the sensational reconstruction of Victorian masculinity, and the Road murder and The Moonstone. She is currently completing a book on gendered professionalism and Victorian law, medicine and literature. With Professor Julie Early, she is also co-editing a collection of essays tentatively titled, The Function of the Courtroom at the Present Time: Reflections on the Trial as Cultural Metatext, 1830-1930.

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