Most Downloaded

March – April 2014

Most Downloaded Articles (all issues):
1. Rachel Crossland, ‘”Multitudinous and Minute”: Early Twentieth-Century Scientific, Literary and Psychological Representations of the Mass’ (Vol 6, No. 2)
2. Ruth Murphy, ‘Darwin and 1860s Children’s Literature: Belief, Myth or Detritus’ (Vol 5, No. 2)
3. Josie Gill, ‘Science and Fiction in Zadie Smith’s White Teeth’ (Vol 6, No. 2)

Most Downloaded Reviews (all issues):
1. Martin Willis, Review of Ellen Burton Harrington’s ‘Nation, identity and the fascination with forensic science in Sherlock Holmes and CSI’ (Vol 1, No. 1)
2. Ben De Bruyn, Review of Jay Clayton’s “The Ridicule of Time: Science Fiction, Bioethics and the Posthuman” (Vol 6, No. 2)
3. Ben Winyard, Review of Kay Young’s “’Wounded by Mystery’: Dickens and Attachment Theory” (Vol 6, No. 1)