Get Animals in Victorian Literature and Culture: Contexts for PDF

By Laurence W. Mazzeno,Ronald D. Morrison

This assortment contains twelve provocative essays from a various team of overseas students, who make the most of a number of interdisciplinary ways to research “real” and “representational” animals that stand out as culturally major to Victorian literature and tradition. Essays concentrate on quite a lot of canonical and non-canonical Victorian writers, together with Charles Dickens, Anthony Trollope, Anna Sewell, Emily Bronte, James Thomson, Christina Rossetti, and Richard Marsh, they usually concentrate on a various array of types: fiction, poetry, journalism, and letters. those essays contemplate quite a lot of cultural attitudes and literary remedies of animals within the Victorian Age, together with the advance of the animal defense move, the importation of animals from the increasing Empire, the acclimatization of British animals in different nations, and the issues linked to expanding puppy possession.  The assortment additionally contains an creation co-written by way of the editors and recommendations for extra examine, and may turn out of curiosity to students and scholars around the a number of disciplines which contain Animal Studies. 

Show description

Read Online or Download Animals in Victorian Literature and Culture: Contexts for Criticism (Palgrave Studies in Animals and Literature) PDF

Similar literary victorian criticism books

Read e-book online Novel Violence: A Narratography of Victorian Fiction PDF

Victorian novels, Garrett Stewart argues, hurtle ahead in prose as violent because the brutal human lifestyles they chronicle. In Novel Violence, he explains how such language attacks the norms of written expression and the way, in doing so, it counteracts the narratives it concurrently propels.            Immersing himself within the troubling plots of Charles Dickens, Anne Brontë, George Eliot, and Thomas Hardy, Stewart makes use of his outstanding new approach to narratography to track the microplots of language as they spread syllable by way of syllable.

The American Slave Narrative and the Victorian Novel by Julia Sun-Joo Lee PDF

Conceived as a literary shape to aggressively publicize the abolitionist reason within the usa, the African American slave narrative continues to be a robust and illuminating demonstration of America's darkish background. but the genre's impression prolonged a ways past the borders of the U. S. In a interval while few books bought greater than copies, slave narratives offered within the tens of hundreds of thousands, delivering British readers brilliant bills of the violence and privation skilled via American slaves.

Download e-book for kindle: Moulding the Female Body in Victorian Fairy Tales and by Laurence Talairach-Vielmas

Laurence Talairach-Vielmas explores Victorian representations of femininity in narratives that leave from mainstream realism, from fairy stories via George MacDonald, Lewis Carroll, Christina Rossetti, Juliana Horatia Ewing, and Jean Ingelow, to sensation novels by means of Wilkie Collins, Mary Elizabeth Braddon, Rhoda Broughton, and Charles Dickens.

Download e-book for iPad: Hunger Movements in Early Victorian Literature: Want, Riots, by Lesa Scholl

In starvation activities in Early Victorian Literature, Lesa Scholl explores the ways that the language of hunger interacts with narratives of emotional and highbrow are looking to create a dynamic, evolving idea of starvation. Scholl's interdisciplinary examine emphasises literary research, sensory background, and political economic climate to interrogate the development of starvation in Britain from the early 1830s to the overdue 1860s.

Extra resources for Animals in Victorian Literature and Culture: Contexts for Criticism (Palgrave Studies in Animals and Literature)

Sample text

Download PDF sample

Animals in Victorian Literature and Culture: Contexts for Criticism (Palgrave Studies in Animals and Literature) by Laurence W. Mazzeno,Ronald D. Morrison


by Kenneth
4.1

Rated 4.99 of 5 – based on 39 votes