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Victorian Literature and Culture

by John Maynard

  • 241 Want to read
  • 35 Currently reading

Published by Ams Pr Inc .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cultural studies,
  • Literary studies: 19th century,
  • General,
  • Literary Criticism,
  • English

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages468
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10179455M
    ISBN 100404642241
    ISBN 109780404642242

    The Victorian period was a time of rapid cultural change, which resulted in a huge and varied literary output. A New Companion to Victorian Literature and Culture offers experienced guidance to the literature of nineteenth-century Britain and its social and historical context. This revised and expanded edition comprises contributions from over 30 leading scholars who, approaching the Victorian. Examining a wide range of historical, artistic, literary, and theoretical works, Galia Ofek shows how changing patterns of power relations between women and patriarchy are rendered anew when viewed through the lens of Victorian hair codes and imagery during the second half of the nineteenth century. Her innovative study reveals the Victorians' well-developed awareness of fetishism and.

      VICTORIAN LITERATURE AND FILM ADAPTATION - Volume 45 Issue 2 - Antonija Primorac Hutcheon's book came out at the same time as another foundational monograph on the subject, Julie Sanders's Adaptation and Appropriation Victorian Literature and Culture () 1: – Web. 11 Oct. Author: Antonija Primorac.   Victorian Literature and Culture "is an inviting study of the period eloquent and compact, it provides a tantalizing initiation to those entering or returning to the field.' Mandy Swann, University of New South Wales, Australian Journal of Victorian Studies, /5(9).

    Victorian Animal Dreams: Representations of Animals in Victorian Literature and Culture Deborah Denenholz Morse, Martin A. Danahay Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., - Literary Criticism - pagesReviews: 1. About a decade ago, I discovered an unknown poem attributed to Robert Browning in two New York abolitionist periodicals, and published an article about it here in Victorian Literature and Culture. I made the case that the poem, a dramatic monologue entitled “The King is Cold,” sounds like Browning in ways that suggest either its.


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Victorian Literature and Culture is an inviting study of the period—eloquent and compact, it provides a tantalizing initiation to those entering or returning to the field.' Mandy Swann, University of New South Wales, Australian Journal of Victorian Studies, /5(9).

This guide to Victorian Literature and Culture provides students with the ideal introduction to literature and its context fromincluding: the historical, cultural and intellectual background including politics and economics, popular culture, philosophy - major writers and genres including the Brontes, Dickens, Eliot, Hardy, Trollope, /5.

The Victorian Illustrated Book defines and goes a long way toward filling an important gap in scholarship on the history of nineteenth-century publishing. It will interest collectors and bibliophiles as well as students of publishing history, inter-arts relations, and Victorian studies.4/4(1).

The Victorian period was a time of rapid cultural change, which resulted in a huge and varied literary output. A New Companion to Victorian Literature and Culture offers experienced guidance to the literature of nineteenth-century Britain and its social and historical cturer: Wiley-Blackwell.

This guide to Victorian Literature Victorian Literature and Culture book Culture provides students with the ideal introduction to literature and its context fromincluding: the historical, cultural and intellectual background including politics and economics, popular culture, philosophy - major writers and genres including the Brontes, Dickens, Eliot, Hardy, Trollope.

Book Description. Deborah Lutz investigates the high value the Victorians placed on the artefacts and personal effects of the dead. By close study of works by Emily Brontë, Charles Dickens, Alfred Lord Tennyson and Thomas Hardy, Lutz explores the ways these objects were used in creative narratives for emotional by: About this book The Victorian period was a time of rapid cultural change, which resulted in a huge and varied literary output.

A New Companion to Victorian Literature and Culture offers experienced guidance to the literature of nineteenth-century Britain and its social and historical context. A Companion to Victorian Literature and Culture. Editor(s): Herbert F. Tucker; First published: 8 September Altogether, therefore, this is an admirable and enduring book, which should certainly be added to the reference departments of all self-respecting university libraries - and a great many civic and municipal libraries, as well.".

Victorian Literature and Culture Series Victorian Literature and Culture Series This series seeks to publish the best contemporary scholarship and criticism on the Victorian period, including work undertaken from a range of disciplinary—and interdisciplinary—perspectives.

Series Editors: Herbert F. Victorian Literature and Culture seeks to publish innovative scholarship of broad interest to the field. We are especially interested in work that contributes or responds to the current moment of heightened methodological reflection, theoretical energy, and formal experimentation.

Knowing the Past: Victorian Literature and Culture Paperback – Novem by Suzy Anger (Editor) › Visit Amazon's Suzy Anger Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central 1/5(1).

The language differs from book to book, country to country. To place the language of flowers in social and literary perspective, the author examines the nineteenth-century uses of flowers in everyday life and in ceremonies and rituals and provides a brief history of floral by: Over the past two decades, studies of the Victorian novel have been enriched significantly by a growing body of scholarship looking to the literature and letters of the period to affirm for the twenty-first century the theoretical and practical value of liberal conceptualizations of critical detachment and communicative decision-making procedures.

Victorian Literature and Culture seeks to publish cutting-edge scholarship of broad interest to the field, including work that challenges or interrogates the boundaries of the field itself.

We are open to experiments in genre and form and welcome queries about the suitability of particular submissions. Books shelved as victorian-history: Inside the Victorian Home: A Portrait of Domestic Life in Victorian England by Judith Flanders, The Invention of Murd.

This guide to Victorian Literature and Culture provides students with the ideal introduction to literature and its context fromincluding: the historical, cultural and intellectual background including politics and economics, popular culture, philosophy - major writers and genres including the Brontes, Dickens, Eliot, Hardy, Trollope, Thackeray, Conan Doyle, Ibsen, Shaw, Hopkins.

Victorian Literature and Culture by Maureen Moran,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(40). Personal Business: Character and Commerce in Victorian Literature and Culture (Victorian Literature and Culture Series) Hardcover – Septem by Aeron Hunt (Author) See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Kindle Author: Aeron Hunt. Book Description. Addressing the Victorian obsession with the sordid materiality of modern life, this book studies dirt in nineteenth-century English literature and the Victorian cultural imagination. Dirt litters Victorian writing – industrial novels, literature about the city, slum fiction, bluebooks, and the reports of sanitary reformers.

Lutz's study invites us to re-consider the centrality of grief and the persistence of mourning across nineteenth-century art and literature.' Michael J. Sullivan Source: Tennyson Research Bulletin Lutz supplies a fascinating discussion of the many ways besides lockets of hair that Victorians preserved parts of their loved ones’ corpses as relics.

Cited by:. As the Victorian era was perceived as by and large ‘feminocentric’,4 there is a noticeable re-reading of Victorian gender politics (in the novels of Sarah Waters, A. S. Byatt, John Fowles, Michèle Roberts, Emma Tennant and many others; in fi lms such as The Piano, or The Governess, ); there is the postcolonial revisionism of Jean Author: Eckart Voigts.The scholarship of Representations of Hair in Victorian Literature and Culture is enhanced by tens of illustrations carefully chosen and reproduced The book is a highly informative read for Victorianists, and, due to the breadth of its theoreti.

The Victorian Era in Twenty-First Century Children’s and Adolescent Literature and Culture. DOI link for The Victorian Era in Twenty-First Century Children’s and Adolescent Literature and Culture.

The Victorian Era in Twenty-First Century Children’s and Adolescent Literature and Culture : Sara K. Day, Sonya Sawyer Fritz.