Table of contents for A concise companion to the Victorian novel / edited by Francis O'Gorman.


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Contents
Acknowledgements 
List of illustrations
Notes on Contributors
Introduction 
Francis O'Gorman
1. 'The Sun and Moon were made to give them light': Empire in the Victorian Novel 
Cannon Schmitt
2. 'Seeing is Believing'?: Visuality and Victorian Fiction
Kate Flint
3. 'The Boundaries of Social Intercourse': Class in the Victorian Novel 
James Eli Adams
4. Legal subjects, legal objects: The Law and Victorian Fiction
 Clare Pettitt
5. 'The withering of the individual': Psychology in the Victorian novel 
Nicholas Dames
6. 'Telling of my weekly doings': The Material Culture of the Victorian Novel
Mark Turner
7. 'Farewell poetry and aerial flights': The Function of the Author and Victorian Fiction
Richard Salmon
8. Everywhere and Nowhere: Sexuality in the Victorian Novel 
 Carolyn Dever
9. 'One of the larger lost continents': Religion in the Victorian novel 
Michael Wheeler
10. 'The Differences between Human Beings': Biology in the Victorian Novel
Angelique Richardson
11. 'One great confederation'?: Europe in the Victorian Novel 
John Rignall
12. 'A long deep sob of that mysterious wondrous happiness that is one with pain': Emotion in the Victorian novel							
Francis O'Gorman
Index




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: English fiction 19th century History and criticism Handbooks, manuals, etc, Literature and society Great Britain History 19th century Handbooks, manuals, etc