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An informational catalog, or several catalogs, about Victorian Literature.

Victorian literary magazines

Unless otherwise mentioned, the following periodicals were published throughout the period

The Athenaeum (weekly)
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (monthly)
Cornhill Magazine (monthly) from 1860, originally edited by Thackeray
Edinburgh Review (quarterly)
Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country to 1882 [notable for first having published Sartor Resartus, in which the Magazine was described as "A vehicle all strewed (figuratively speaking) with the maddest Waterloo-Crackers, exploding distractively and destructively, wheresoever the mystified passenger stands or sits."]
Gentleman's Magazine (monthly) (but not highly regarded)
Household Words (weekly) 1850 to 1859, edited by Dickens
Quarterly Review
Saturday Review from 1855
Westminster Review (quarterly, monthly from 1887)