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The Victorian Novel (Bloom's Period Studies)















Victorian England produced some of the greatest novelists in Western history, including Charles Dickens, Thomas Hardy, and George Eliot. Critical analysis focuses on the development of the Victorian novel through the second half of the 19th century.

Editor's Note
Introduction (Harold Bloom)
The Modern Values of Victorian Fiction (Lionel Stevenson)
Mid-Century Fiction: A Victorian Identity: Social-Problem, Religious and Historical Novels (Michael Wheeler)
Class and Money (Julia Prewitt Brown)
'Introduction' to The Victorians: A Major Authors Anthology (Christopher S. Nassaar)
The Novel in the Age of Equipoise: Wilkie Collins, Trollope, George Eliot (Robin Gilmour)
The Brontës: The Outsider as Protagonist (Frederick R. Karl)
London by Gaslight (S. Diana Neill)
Time and Intersubjectivity (J. Hillis Miller)
Feminine Heroines: Charlotte Brontë and George Eliot (Elaine Showalter)
Sexuality in the Victorian Novel (Jeff Nunokawa)
George Meredith, Samuel Butler, Thomas Hardy, and Theodore Watts-Dunton (John R. Reed)
Wilkie Collins and Dickens (T.S. Eliot)
A Dialogue of Self and Soul (Sandra M. Gilbert and Susan Gubar)
Dickens and Darwin (George Levine)


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