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dc.creatorHarrison, Kimberly, 1969-
dc.creatorFantina, Richard
dc.identifier.isbn0814210317 (print)
dc.identifier.isbn9780814210314 (print)
dc.identifier.otherOCLC #64427362 (print)
dc.identifier.otherLCCN 2006005531 (print)
dc.description(print) xxiii, 278 p. ; 24 cmen
dc.description.tableofcontents"Highly flavoured dishes" and "highly seasoned garbage" : sensation in The Athenaeum / Ellen Miller Casey -- "Tested by a purely literary standard" : sensation fiction and the generic construction of Victorian realism / Richard Nemesvari -- Censoring her sensationalism : Mary Elizabeth Braddon and The doctor's wife / Catherine Golden -- Sensational subversion and the "combination novel" : an examination of M.E. Braddon's Vixen / Albert Sears -- Of all the horror-- the foulest and most cruel : sensation and Dickens's Oliver Twist / Diana C. Archibald -- Naturalism in Charles Reade's novel of character, Griffith Gaunt / Dianna Vitanza -- A spiritual world in sensation : Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu and Emanuel Swedenborg's mystical theology / Devin Zuber -- "That muddy, polluted flood of earthly love" : erotic sensationalism and ambivalence about the body in Rhoda Broughton's Not wisely but too well / Tamar Heller -- Sensational hair : gender, genre, and fetishism in the sensational decade / Galia Ofek -- "What could I do?" : the horrors of masculinity in The woman in white / Andrew Mangham -- "Chafing at the social cobwebs" : gender and transgender in the work of Charles Reade / Richard Fantina -- Women alone : Le Fanu's Carmilla and Rosetti's "Goblin market" / Nancy Welter -- One sister's surrender : rivalry and resistance in Rhoda Broughton's Cometh up as a flower / Lindsey Faber -- "Personal property at her disposal" : inheritance law in The moonstone / Jennifer Swartz -- "I will not live in poverty and neglect" : East Lynne and the East-End stage / Andrew Maunder -- "The threshold of an open window" : transparency, opacity, and social boundaries in Aurora Floyd / Lillian Nayder -- Sensationalizing Victorian suburbia : Wilkie Collins's Basil / Tamara Wagner -- Political persuasion in Mary Braddon's The octoroon, or, The lily of Louisiana / Kimberly Harrison -- The moonstone as a response to imperialist panic / Vicki Willey -- Wilkie Collins's Gwilt-y conscience : gender and colonialism in Armadale / Monica M. Young-Zooken
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dc.publisherThe Ohio State University Pressen
dc.subject.lcshEnglish fiction -- 19th century -- History and criticismen
dc.subject.lcshSensationalism in literatureen
dc.titleVictorian sensations: essays on extravagant and unnatural fictionen
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