4 edition of Gender and discourse in Victorian literature and art found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Antony H. Harrison and Beverly Taylor.|
|Contributions||Harrison, Antony H., Taylor, Beverly, 1947-|
|LC Classifications||PR468.F46 G4 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 286 p. :|
|Number of Pages||286|
|LC Control Number||92000272|
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Gender and discourse in Victorian literature and art. [Antony H Harrison; Beverly Taylor;] -- This collection of original essays offers a broad and varied discussion of gender issues and treatments of sexuality in Victorian poetry, fiction, and visual arts.
Featuring a representative. This collection of original essays offers a broad and varied discussion of gender issues and treatments of sexuality in Victorian poetry, fiction, and visual arts. Featuring a representative selection. Gender and Discourse in Victorian Literature and Art.
Antony H. Harrison & Beverly Taylor () Abstract This article has no associated abstract. (fix it) Keywords Art, British Authorship English literature Feminism and art Feminism and literature Sex role in literature: Categories Similar books.
English, Book, Illustrated, Government publication edition: Gender and discourse in Victorian literature and art / edited by Antony H. Harrison and Beverly Taylor. Get this edition User activity. In Gender and Discourse in Victorian Literature and Art, edited by Antony H.
Harrison and Beverly Taylor, pp. Dekalb, IL: Northern Illinois University Press,p. Dekalb, IL. Patrick Brantlinger is James Rudy Professor of English and Victorian Studies (Emeritus) at Indiana University.
He is the author or editor of 13 books including Rule of Darkness: British Literature and Imperialism, (Cornell University Press, ), Dark Vanishings: Nineteenth-Century Discourse about the Extinction of Primitive Races (Cornell University Press, ), and The Blackwell.
In Lost Saints Tricia Lootens argues that parallels between literary and religious canons are far deeper than has yet been realized. She presents the ideological underpinnings of Victorian literary canonization and the general processes by which it occurred and discloses the unacknowledged traces of canonization at work today.
Literary legends have accorded canonicity to women writers such as. Group 2. Antony H. Harrison and Beverly Taylor’s “Gender and Discourse in Victorian Literature and Art” provides a pertinent overarching frame for interpreting the perception of female characters and figures in 19th century literature.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. 'Work,' Danahay argues, was a term rife with ideological contradictions for Victorian males during a period when it was considered synonymous with masculinity.
Male writers and artists in particular found their labors troubled by class and gender ideologies that idealized 'man's work' as sweaty, muscled labor and tended to feminize intellectual. Victorian era, the period between about andcorresponding roughly to the period of Queen Victoria’s reign (–) and characterized by a class-based society, a growing number of people able to vote, a growing state and economy, and Britain’s status as the most powerful empire in the world.
Cornell UP, Print. Male intellectual labor incorporates more feminine roles and duties. Victorian writers represent models of masculine id in gentlemen, prophets, dandy, priests, and soldiers. Adams also introduces the complexity of male homosexuality in Victorian discourse.
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Gender & Discourse - by Antony Harrison & Beverly Taylor (Hardcover) This collection of original essays offers a broad and varied discussion of gender issues and treatments of sexuality in Victorian poetry, fiction, and visual arts.
Featuring a representative selection of artists--poets, novelists, painters, sculptors, playwrights, and. Victorian Studies (VS), which examines the literature and culture of Britain in the period roughly defined by Queen Victoria’s reign (–), a period concurrent with the heyday of the.
Gender and Discourse in Victorian Literature and Art edited by Antony H. Harrison and Beverly Taylor Northern Illinois University, Reviewed by Alicia Craig Faxon A lthough only three of the thirteen essays /Lin this collection are about the visual arts, they are exceptionally provocative and move into new directions in evaluating the.
Introduction. The Victorian period is one of the literary fields in which gender scholarship advanced earliest and most fully. The most significant work started in the s and is due not only to the historical turn in Victorian scholarship but also to the volume of women’s writing in the period.
Alison Booth, "Not All Men Are Selfish and Cruel: Felix Holt as a Feminist Novel," in Antony H. Harrison and Beverly Taylor (ed.), Gender and Discourse in Victorian Literature and Art () Catherine Gallagher; Raymond Williams; rpt.
in Watt ; Articles. An immensely rich and prophetic book, its appearance will inevitably alter and transform the order of Victorian studies. Like the supervention of the new (the really new) in T. S. Eliot's concept of tradition, Victorian studies will be irrevocably modified by the introduction of Masculine DesireVictorian StudiesReviews: 1.Abusalim, Anoud (Senior Instructor) My research interests include teaching composition for L2 writers, developing L2 instruction, instruction and curriculum design, and excellence in teaching View Anoud’s profile Aghasi, Maya (Assistant Professor) My research focuses on postcolonial contexts and conflict situations, and includes historical fiction, immigrant narratives, and representations.