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The Cambridge companion to Victorian culture

The Cambridge companion to Victorian culture

O'Gorman, Francis

A study of Victorian culture, providing literature students with in-depth contextual material, and students of history a stimulating overview of the 19th century's many innovations and achievements

Paperback, Hardback, Book. English.
Published Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009
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Details

Statement of responsibility: edited by Francis O'Gorman
ISBN: 0521715067, 0521886996, 9780521715065, 9780521886994
Intended audience: Specialized.
Physical Description: 320 p. : ill.
Series: Cambridge companions to culture
Subject: Great Britain Civilization 19th century.; Victorian period; Great Britain Social life and customs 19th century.; Popular culture; Literature; Great Britain History Victoria, 1837-1901.

Contents

  1. Introduction Francis O'Gorman
  2. Science and culture Bernard V. Lightman
  3. Technology Nicholas Daly
  4. Economics and business Timothy Alborn
  5. War Edward S. Spiers
  6. Music Ruth A. Solie
  7. Theatre Katherine Newey
  8. Popular culture Dennis Denisoff
  9. Satirical print culture John Strachan
  10. Journalism Matthew Rubery
  11. Art Elizabeth Prettejohn
  12. Domestic arts Nicola Humble
  13. Victorian literary theory Anna Maria Jones
  14. The dead Francis O'Gorman
  15. Remembering the Victorians Samantha Matthews; Guide to further reading; Index.