Victorian Hands: The Manual Turn in Nineteenth-Century Body Studies
Editors:Capuano, Peter J.
Zemka, Sue, 1958-
Subjects (LCSH):Hand in literature
English literature -- 19th century -- History and criticism
English fiction -- 19th century -- History and criticism
Keywords:Literary Criticism / Modern / 19th Century
Literary Criticism / European / English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh
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Publisher:The Ohio State University Press
The anatomy of Anglican industry: mechanical philosophy and early factory fiction / Peter J. Capuano -- Lost hands and prosthetic narratives: William Dodd, writing at the industrial join / Tamara Ketabgian -- "A fiery hand gripped my vitals": Admiral Nelson, amputation, and heroic masculinity in Jane Eyre / Karen Bourrier -- Hands and the will in The woman in white / Pamela K. Gilbert -- Hands at a séance: manual evidence in Victorian spiritualism and the ghost story / Aviva Briefel -- Hands and minds in The Moonstone / Sue Zemka -- The dead hand: George Eliot and the burdens of inheritance / James Eli Adams -- Computation and the gendering of gestures / Jonathan Cheng -- The photographer's hand / Kate Flint -- Staged hands in Bleak House / Julianne Smith -- Handling private dramas of class and gender in Anthony Trollope's The Duke's children / Deborah Denenholz Morse -- Reading by hand: Oscar Wilde and the body in the archive / Daniel A. Novak -- Hands in Hardy and James / J. Hillis Miller.
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