The Oxford handbook of the Victorian novel /

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Other Authors / Creators:Rodensky, Lisa, editor.
Format: Book
Imprint: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2016.
Series:Oxford handbooks of literature.
Table of Contents:
  • Beginnings. The Early 19th-Century English Novel, 1820-1836 / Peter Garside
  • New Histories of English Literature and the Rise of the Novel, 1835-1859 / William McKelvy
  • Genre, Criticism and the Early Victorian Novel / Rebecca Edwards Newman
  • Publishing, Reading, Reviewing, Quoting, Censoring. Publishing the Victorian Novel / Rachel Sagner Buurma
  • The Victorian Novel and Its Readers / Debra Gettelman
  • The Victorian Novel and the Reviews / Solveig C. Robinson
  • The Victorian Novel and the OED / Lynda Mugglestone
  • The Novel and Censorship in Late-Victorian England / Barbara Leckie
  • The Victorian Novel Elsewhere. Victorian Novels in France / Marie-Francoise Cachin
  • Victorian Literature and Russian Culture: Translation, Reception, Influence, Affinity / Julie Buckler
  • The Victorian Novel and America / Amanda Claybaugh
  • Colonial India and Victorian Storytelling / Margery Sabin
  • Technologies: Communication, Travel, Visual. The Victorian Novel and Communication Networks / Richard Menke
  • Technologies of Travel and the Victorian Novel / Alison Byerly
  • Victorian Photography and the Novel / Jennifer Green-Lewis
  • The Middle. Novels of the 1860s / Janice Carlisle
  • Commerce, Work, Professions. Industrialism and the Victorian Novel / Evan Horwitz
  • The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Money: Max Weber, Silas Marner, and the Victorian Novel / George Levine
  • The Novel and the Professions / Jennifer Ruth
  • Gentleman's Latin, Lady's Greek / Kenneth Haynes
  • The Novel and Other Disciplines. The Victorian Novel and Science / Jonathan Smith
  • The Victorian Novel and Medicine / Meegan Kennedy
  • Naturalizing the Mind in the Victorian Novel: Consciousness in Wilkie Collins's Poor Miss Finch and Thomas Hardy's Woodlanders Two Case Studies / Suzy Anger
  • The Victorian Novel and the Law / Jan-Melissa Schramm
  • The Novel and Religion: Catholicism and Victorian Women's Novels / Patrick R. O'Malley
  • The Victorian Novel and Horticulture / Lynn Voskuil
  • The Victorian Novel and Theater / Emily Allen
  • Poetry and Criticism. Verse Versus the Novel / James Najarian
  • Poetic Allusion and the Novel / Philip Horne
  • The Novelist as Critic / Christopher Ricks
  • Distinguishing the Victorian Novel. The Moral Scope of the English Bildungsroman / Julia Prewitt Brown
  • Three Matters of Style / Mark Lambert
  • Endings. The Novel, its Critics, and the University: A New Beginning? / Anna Vaninskaya
  • The Victorian Novel and the New Woman / Talia Schaffer
  • The Last Victorian Novel. Slapstick Noir: The Secret Agent Works the Victorian Novel / Rosemarie Bodenheimer
  • The Quest of the Silver Fleece, by W.E.B. Du Bois / Daniel Hack.