Women Musicians in Victorian Fiction, 1860-1900: by Phyllis Weliver PDF
By Phyllis Weliver
Over the 1st 1/2 the 19th century, writers like Austen and Brontë restrained their opinions to satirical portrayals of girls musicians. Later, despite the fact that, a marked shift happened with the advent of musical lady characters the place have been absolutely to be feared.
First released in 2000, this booklet examines the explanations for this shift in representations of woman musicians in Victorian fiction from 1860-1900. targeting altering gender roles, musical practices and the framing of either one of those medical discourses, the e-book explores how fictional notions of girl musicians diverged from real traits in song making.
This booklet should be of curiosity to these learning 19th century literature and tune.
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Women Musicians in Victorian Fiction, 1860-1900: Representations of Music, Science and Gender in the Leisured Home: Volume 39 (Routledge Library Editions: The Nineteenth-Century Novel) by Phyllis Weliver