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Coastal cultures of the long nineteenth century

Author: Matthew Ingleby; Matthew P M Kerr
Publisher: Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, [2018] ©2018
Series: Edinburgh critical studies in Victorian culture.
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The long nineteenth century witnessed a dramatic, varied flourishing in uses for and understandings of the coast, which could seem at once a space of clarity or of misty distance, a terminus or a place of embarkation? a place of solitude and exhilaration, of uselessness and instrumentality. 'Coastal Cultures of the Long Nineteenth Century' takes as its subject this diverse set of meanings, using them to interrogate  Read more...

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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Electronic version:
Coastal cultures of the long nineteenth century.
Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, [2018]
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Matthew Ingleby; Matthew P M Kerr
ISBN: 1474435734 9781474435734
OCLC Number: 1030591598
Description: xii, 276 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm.
Contents: `Unconscious of her own double appearance' : Fanny Burney's Brighton / Leya Landau --
A breath of fresh air : Constable and the coast / Christiana Payne --
Henry Brougham and the invention of Cannes / Rosemary Ashton --
The Battle of Torquay : the late Victorian resort as social experiment / James Kneale --
Encounters with capitalism on R.L. Stevenson's early coasts / David Sergeant --
Seats and sites of authority : British colonial collecting on the East African coast / Sarah Longair --
Tennyson's `Sea dreams' : coastal and fiscal boundaries / Roger Ebbatson --
Saxon shore to Celtic coast : diasporic telegraphy in the Atlantic world / Brian H. Murray --
Marine bizarrerie : the imaginative biology of the underwater frontier / Margaret Cohen --
On the beach / Valentine Cunningham --
Developing fluid : precision, vagueness and Gustave Le Gray's photographic beachscapes / Matthew P.M. Kerr --
Beyond the view : reframing the early commercial seaside photograph / Karen Shepherdson --
Symons at the seaside / Nick Freeman --
Epilogue : Unraveling / Philip Hoare.
Series Title: Edinburgh critical studies in Victorian culture.
Responsibility: edited by Matthew Ingleby and Matthew P.M. Kerr.


This volume' 'examines the cultural importance of the coastline in Britain during a time of vast change.  Read more...


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