Table of contents for Victorian animal dreams : representations of animals in Victorian literature and culture / edited by Deborah Denenholz Morse and Martin A. Danahay.

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Contents
List of Figures
General Editor's Preface
Acknowledgments
Contributors
Introduction Deborah Denenholz Morse and Martin Danahay
Part I. Science and Sentiment
 
1. Teresa Mangum, University of Iowa, ¿Animal Angst: Victorians Memorialize Their Pets¿ 
 2. Cannon Schmitt, Wayne State University, ¿Victorian Beetlemania¿
3. Nigel Rothfels, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, ¿Killing Elephants: Pathos and Prestige in the Nineteenth Century¿
 
4. Susan David Bernstein, University of Wisconsin at Madison, ¿Designs After Nature: Evolutionary Fashions of the 1860s¿
5. Ivan Kreilkamp, Indiana University at Bloomington, ¿Dying like a Dog in Great Expectations¿
Part II. Sex and Violence
	
6. Martin Danahay, Brock University, Ontario, Canada, ¿Nature Red in Hoof and Paw: Domestic Animals and Violence in Victorian Culture¿
7. Mary Jean Corbett, Miami at Ohio, ¿¿The Crossing O¿ Breeds¿ in The Mill on the Floss¿ 
8. Elsie B. Michie, Louisiana State University, ¿Horses and Social/Sexual Dominance¿
9. Anca Vlasopolos, Wayne State University, ¿Pacific Harvests: Whales and Albatrosses in Nineteenth-Century Markets¿
Part III. Sin and Bestiality
10. Deborah Denenholz Morse, William and Mary, "'The Mark of the Beast': Animals as Sites of Imperial Encounter from Wuthering Heights to Green Mansions."
11. Grace Moore, University of Melbourne, Australia, ¿¿A Very Spirited and Rampacious Animal¿: Beastly Criminals and Criminal Beasts¿
12. Alan Rauch, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, ¿The Sin of Sloths: The Mylodon as a Palaeontological Parable in Victorian Culture¿
 
 13. Heather Schell, George Washington University, ¿Tiger Tales¿
 
14. Mary Elizabeth Leighton and Lisa Surridge, University of Victoria, Canada, ¿The Empire Bites Back: The Racialized Crocodile of the Nineteenth Century.¿
 
Afterword Harriet Ritvo
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

English literature -- 19th century -- History and criticism.
English literature -- English-speaking countries -- History and criticism.
Animals in literature.
Animal welfare -- Great Britain -- History -- 19th century.
Animal rights -- Great Britain -- History -- 19th century.
Human-animal relationships in literature.
Animals -- Symbolic aspects.