Victorian literary cultures : studies in textual subversion / edited by Kenneth Womack and James M. Decker
- Machine generated contents note: pt. I Subversive Women -- 1.The Mysterious Identity of Helen Dickens, Victorian Novelist / Troy J. Bassett -- 2.Moonrise and the Ascent of Eve, the Woman Titan: Charlotte Bronte's Epiphanies of the Fourfold Elemental Feminine / Martin Bidney -- 3.Condoning Adultery: Problems of Marriage and Divorce in George Eliot's Life and Writing / Nancy Henry -- pt. II Subversive Ideologies -- 4.Unraveling Orientalism: Dawe's "Yellow and White" / James M. Decker -- 5."A familiar kinde of chastisement": Fasting in the Nineteenth-Century / Joseph Lennon -- 6.The Effect of Emerging New Media on Book Publishing: Lessons from the Origins of Cross-Media Storytelling in the Early Twentieth Century for Contemporary Transmedia Researchers / Alexis Weedon -- 7."And this also has been one of the dark places of the earth": Reading Levinasian Ethics and Literary Impressionism in Conrad's Heart of Darkness / Kenneth Womack -- pt. III Subversive Genres -- 8."Count me in": Comedy in Dracula / Ira B. Nadel -- 9."The seasoned spirit of the cunning reader": The Textual Subversions of The Turn of the Screw / Ruth Robbins -- 10."Fallen" Clergymen: The Wages of Sin in Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter, Charles Reade's The Cloister and the Hearth, and Henry Arthur Jones's Michael and His Lost Angel / Jeanette Shumaker -- 11.Sherlock Holmes: The Criminal in the Detective / Joseph Wiesenfarth.
- 9781611476644 cloth : alkaline paper
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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