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The Cambridge history of Victorian literature

Other Authors: Flint, Kate.
Format: Online Book
Language: English
Published: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2012
Series: New Cambridge history of English literature.
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Table of Contents:
  • pt. I
  • AUTHORS, READERS, AND PUBLISHERS
  • 1.
  • Publishing and the materiality of the book /
  • David Finkelstein
  • 2.
  • Victorian reading /
  • Leah Price
  • 3.
  • Periodicals and reviewing /
  • Hilary Fraser
  • pt. II
  • WRITING VICTORIA'S ENGLAND
  • 4.texpansion of Britain /
  • David Amigoni
  • 5.tHigh Victorianism /
  • Janice Carlisle
  • 6.
  • fin de siecle /
  • Stephen Arata
  • pt. III
  • MODES OF WRITING
  • 7.
  • Lyric and the lyrical /
  • Angela Leighton
  • 8.
  • Epic /
  • Herbert F. Tucker
  • 9.
  • Melodrama /
  • Carolyn Williams
  • 10.
  • Sensation /
  • Kate Flint
  • 11.
  • Autobiography /
  • Linda H. Peterson
  • 12.
  • Comic and satirical /
  • John Bowen
  • 13.
  • Innovation and experiment /
  • Jerome Mcgann
  • 14.
  • Writing for children /
  • Claudia Nelson
  • pt. IV
  • MATTERS OF DEBATE
  • 15.
  • Education /
  • Dinah Birch
  • 16.
  • Spirituality /
  • Blisabeth Jay
  • 17.
  • Material /
  • Elaine Freedgood
  • 18.
  • Economics and finance /
  • Mary Poovey
  • 19.
  • History /
  • Andrew Sanders
  • 20.
  • Sexuality /
  • Sharon Marcus
  • 21.
  • Aesthetics /
  • Elizabeth Helsinger
  • 22.
  • Science and literature /
  • Gillian Beer
  • 23.
  • Subjectivity, psychology, and the imagination /
  • Helen Small
  • 24.
  • Cityscapes /
  • Deborah Epstein Nord
  • 25.
  • rural scene: Victorian literature and the natural world /
  • Francis O'Gorman
  • 26.
  • `The annihilation of space and time': literature and technology /
  • Clare Pettitt
  • pt. V
  • SPACES OF WRITING
  • 27.
  • Spaces of the nineteenth-century novel /
  • Isobel Armstrong
  • 28.
  • National and regional literatures /
  • Sara L. Maurer
  • 29.
  • Britain and Europe /
  • Nicholas Dames
  • 30.
  • Victorian empire /
  • Pablo Mukherjee
  • 31.
  • Writing about America /
  • Deirdre David
  • pt. VI
  • VICTORIAN AFTERLIVES
  • 32.
  • 1900 and the debut de siecle: poetry, drama, fiction /
  • Joseph Bristow
  • 33.
  • future of Victorian literature /
  • Jay Clayton.