By Francis O'Gorman
This quantity provides clean techniques to vintage Victorian fiction from 1830-1900. Opens up for the reader the cultural global within which the Victorian novel used to be written and skim. Crosses conventional disciplinary barriers. offers clean views on how Victorian fiction pertains to varied contexts, comparable to classification, sexuality, empire, psychology, legislation and biology.
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A synecdoche for all imperial commodities, the Moonstone’s overwhelming beauty is matched only by the overwhelming disturbance of English domestic life to which it gives rise. The diamond in The Moonstone reflects the function of empire in the production of wealth. The confident references made in that novel to ‘the’ Indian or oriental character provide a reminder that empire was also a locus for the production of knowledge – ethnographic knowledge in particular. Kurtz’s report on ‘savage customs’, Creighton’s series of ‘monographs on strange Asiatic cults’ (ch.
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