A companion to the Victorian novel /

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Other Authors: Brantlinger, Patrick, 1941-
Thesing, William B.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published:Oxford, UK ; Malden, MA : Blackwell, 2002.
Series:Blackwell companions to literature and culture
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction Reed Ueda (Tufts University) Introduction. Notes on Contributors
  • Part I. Historical Contexts and Cultural Issues:
  • 1. The Publishing World / Kelly Mays
  • 2. Education, Literacy, and the Victorian Reader / Jonathan Rose
  • 3. Money, The Economy, and Social Classes / Regenia Gagnier
  • 4. Victorian Psychology / Athena Vretttos
  • 5. Empire, Race, and the Victorian Novel / Deirdre David
  • 6. The Victorian Novel and Religion / Hilary Fraser
  • 7. Scientific Ascendancy / John Kucich
  • 8. Technology and Information: Accelerating Developments / Christopher Keep
  • 9. Laws, The Legal World, and Politics / John Reed
  • 10. Geneer, Politics, and Women's Rights / Hilary Schor
  • 11. The Other Arts: Victorian Visual Culture / Jeffrey Spear
  • 12. Imagined Audiences: The Novelist and the Stage / Reneta Kobetts-Miller
  • Part II. Forms of the Victorian Novel:
  • 13. Newgate Novel to Detective Fiction / F.S. Scjhwarzbach
  • 14. The Historical Novel / John Bowen
  • 15. The Sensation Novel / Winifred Hughes
  • 16. The Bildungsroman / John R. Maynard
  • 17. The Gothic Romance in the Victorian Period / Cannon Schmitt
  • 18. The Provencial or Regional Novel / Ian Duncan
  • 19. Industrial and 'Condition-of-England's Novels / James Richard Simmons
  • 20. Children's Fiction / Lewis Roberts
  • 21. Victorian Science Fiction / Patrick Brantlinger
  • Part III. Victorian and Modern Theories of the Novel and the Reception of Novels and Novelists Then and Now:
  • 22. The Receptions of Charlotte Bronte / Charles Dickens and George Eliot and Thomas Hardy: Elizabeth Langland
  • 23. Victorian Theories of the Novel / Joseph Childers
  • 24. Modern and Postmodern Theories of Prose Fiction / Audrey Jaffe
  • 25. The Afterlife of the Victorian Novel: Novels about Novels / Anne Humpherys
  • 26. The Victorian Novel in Film and Television / Jocelyn Marsh

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