Table of contents for The professional ideal in the Victorian novel : the works of Disraeli, Trollope, Gaskell, and Eliot / by Susan E. Colon.


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Cool Heads and Warm Hearts * Brains More Precious Than Blood, or the Professional Logic of the Young England Trilogy * È Vero or È Falso? The Pastor as Mentor in Romola * “Manly Independence”: Autonomy in The Warden and Barchester Towers * “One function in particular”: Specialization and the Service Ethic in “Janet’s Repentance” and Daniel Deronda * Professional Frontiers in Elizabeth Gaskell’s My Lady Ludlow * “A kind of manager not hitherto existing”: Octavia Hill and the Professional Philanthropist



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