Table of contents for Life writing and Victorian culture / edited by David Amigoni.

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Introduction: Victorian life writing: genres, print, constituencies
David Amigoni 1-26
Chapter 1: Diary, autobiography and the practice of life history
Martin Hewitt 27-53
Chapter 2: Men and Women of the Time: Victorian Prosopographies
Alison Booth 54-86
Chapter 3: The self in society: middle-class men and autobiography
Donna Loftus 87-113
Chapter 4: Male Masochism: A Model of Victorian Identity Formation
Martin Danahay 114-140 
Chapter 5: Promoting a Life: Patronage, Masculinity and Philip Meadows Taylor's The Story of My Life
Trev Lynn Broughton 141-165
Chapter 6: Excursive Discursive in Gandhi's Autobiography: Undressing Carlyle, Redressing the Transnational Self
Julie F. Codell 166-195
Chapter 7: In the Name of the Father: Political Biographies by Radical Daughters
Helen Rogers 196-222
Chapter 8: The Deaths of Heroes: Biography, obits, and the discourse of the Press 1890-1900
Laurel Brake 223-263
Chapter 9: Sex Lives and Diary Writing: The Journals of George Ives
Matt Cook 264-291
Chapter 10: 'House of Disquiet': The Benson Family Auto/biographies
Valerie Sanders 292-315

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

English prose literature -- 19th century -- History and criticism.
Great Britain -- History -- Victoria, 1837-1901 -- Biography -- History and criticism.
Great Britain -- Intellectual life -- 19th century.
Biography as a literary form.