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A companion to the Victorian novel

Author: William Baker; Kenneth Womack
Publisher: Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 2002.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Handbooks, manuals, etc
Guides, manuels, etc
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: William Baker; Kenneth Womack
ISBN: 0313314071 9780313314070
OCLC Number: 47255311
Description: xii, 445 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Victorian novel emerges, 1800-1840 / Ian Duncan --
Periodicals and syndication / Graham Law --
Book publishing and the Victorian literary marketplace / Peter L. Shillingsburg --
Victorian illustrators and illustration / Lynn Alexander --
Nineteenth-century political novel / Julian Wolfreys --
Sociological contexts of Victorian fiction / M. Clare Loughlin-Chow --
Faith, religion, and the nineteenth-century novel / Nancy Cervetti --
Philosophy and the Victorian literary aesthetic / Martin Bidney --
Science and the scientist in Victorian fiction / Michael H. Whitworth --
Law and the Victorian novel / Elizabeth F. Judge --
Intoxication and the Victorian novel / Kathleen McCormack --
Ghosts and hauntings in the Victorian novel / Lucie J. Armitt --
Victorian gothic / Peter J. Kitson --
Victorian detective fiction / Lillian Nayder --
Victorian social problem novel / James G. Nelson --
Victorian sensation novel / Helen Debenham --
Victorian juvenilia / Christine Alexander --
Moving pictures : film and the representation of Victorian fictions / Todd F. Davis --
Religion in the novels of Charlotte and Anne Brontë / Marianne Thormählen --
Victorian professionalism and Charlotte Brontë's Villette / Russell Poole --
Charles Dickens / K.J. Fielding --
George Eliot : critical responses to Daniel Deronda / Nancy Henry --
George Eliot's reading revolution and the mythical school of criticism / William R. McKelvy --
Thomas Hardy / Edward Neill --
Vanities of William Makepeace Thackeray's Vanity fair / Juliet McMaster --
Anthony Trollope and "classic realism" / K.M. Newton --
George Meredith at the crossways / Margaret Harris --
"Not burying the one talent" : Mrs. Gaskell's life of duty / Barbara Quinn Schmidt --
Wilkie Collins's challenges to pre-Raphaelite gender constructs / Sophia Andres --
Postcolonial readings / Roslyn Jolly --
Feminist criticism and the nineteenth-century novel / Eileen Gillooly --
Otherness and identity in the Victorian novel / Michael Galchinsky.
Responsibility: edited by William Baker and Kenneth Womack.
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