This article examines how the monthly journals The Zoophilist and the Home Chronicler contributed to the antivivisectionist movement in the late 1800s. Each displays distinct approaches to the serial forms of publication, carefully positioning readers of antivivisection materials to do things differently in relation to the world of advocacy, their feelings about the animals at the center of the movement, and the possibilities for and conception of intervention.

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