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Author Fielding, Penny

Title Nineteenth-Century Literature in Transition
Published Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2019
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Description 1 online resource (264 p.)
Series Nineteenth-Century Literature in Transition
Nineteenth-Century Literature in Transition
Contents Cover; Half-title page; Series page; Title page; Copyright page; Contents; List of Figures; List of Contributors; Acknowledgments; Introduction: 'Knowledge Made for Cutting'; Chapter 1 Mermaids Amongst the Cables: The Abstracted Body and the Telegraphic Touch in the Nineteenth Century; Chapter 2 Enclosing Forms, Opening Spaces: The 1880s Fixed-Verse Revival; Chapter 3 'The Newest Culte': Victorian Poetry and the Literary Societies of the 1880s; Chapter 4 The Time of W. E. Henley: 'Minor Poetry' and the 1880s; Chapter 5 The Evolution of Point of View
Chapter 6 Network, History, Method: Andrew Lang in and after the 1880sChapter 7 Animated Conversations: Form, Transformation and the Category of the Novel in the 1880s; Chapter 8 Henry James, Vulgarity and Transatlantic Moderation; Chapter 9 He and She: The 1880s, Camp Aesthetics and the Literary Magazine; Chapter 10 Men, Women and Horses: Public Spectacle in 1887; Chapter 11 The Secular Turn in British Literature of the 1880s; Index
Summary Explores the diverse forces that shaped developments in literature in the 1880s, an often overlooked literary decade
Notes Description based upon print version of record
Form Electronic book
Author Taylor, Andrew
ISBN 1316859592