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Mid-Victorian studies

Tillotson, Geoffrey.

Mid-Victorian studies

by Tillotson, Geoffrey.

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Published by Athlone Press in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Geoffrey and Kathleen Tillotson.
ContributionsTillotson, Kathleen.
The Physical Object
Paginationxi,335p. ;
Number of Pages335
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22244225M

In Uneven Developments Poovey turns to broader historical concerns in an analysis of how notions of gender shape ideology. Asserting that the organization of sexual difference is a social, not natural, phenomenon, Poovey shows how representations of gender took the form of a binary opposition in mid-Victorian culture. A Mid‐Victorian Feminist, Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon. By Sheila R. Herstein. Religion in the Lives of English Women, – By Gail Malmgreen. The Transformation of Britain, – [Vol. 5 of The Making of Britain, – Edited by Andrew Wheatcroft.] By G. E. Mingay.

Paperback. Published: 10 August Pages | 8 b/w plates, 11 maps. ISBN: Chapter 1- Novel Sensations in Early and Mid-Victorian Fiction- From Boz to Middlemarch 37 Chapter 2- Theatrical Exchanges:Gendered Subjectivity and Identity Trials in the Dramatic Imagination

[MP3 version] Drawing on texts such as Charlotte Brontë’s Villette, Elizabeth Gaskell’s North and South, and George Eliot’s Middlemarch, Siobhan Harper explores key issues relating to science, medicine, the body, and the culture surrounding literature and science in the nineteenth century. This lecture was recorded as part of Easter Lectures Day , when postgraduate researchers. This essay identifies the key ways in which studies in print culture and book history have revised our understanding of the 19th-century literary marketplace by identifying a high degree of Author: Dallas Liddle.


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The Victorian period was the age of the novel and critics at the time clearly saw the importance of prose fiction. First published inthis anthology contains over fifty original extracts from contemporary critics on the early and mid-Victorian novel.

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