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Victorian crime, madness and sensation

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Published by Ashgate in Aldershot, Hants, England, Burlington, VT .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • English fiction -- 19th century -- History and criticism.,
    • Crime in literature.,
    • Crime -- Great Britain -- History -- 19th century -- Historiography.,
    • English prose literature -- 19th century -- History and criticism.,
    • Detective and mystery stories, English -- History and criticism.,
    • Sensationalism in literature.,
    • Mentally ill in literature.,
    • Criminals in literature.,
    • Great Britain -- Social conditions -- 19th century -- Historiography.,
    • Great Britain -- History -- Victoria, 1837-1901 -- Historiography.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [237]-247) and index.

      Statement[edited by] Andrew Maunder, Grace Moore.
      SeriesThe nineteenth century series, Nineteenth century (Aldershot, England)
      ContributionsMaunder, Andrew., Moore, Grace, 1974-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPR878.C74 V53 2004
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 259 p :
      Number of Pages259
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3289995M
      ISBN 100754640604
      LC Control Number2004004237

      The Illustrated Police News was a weekly illustrated newspaper which was one of the earliest British featured sensational and melodramatic reports and illustrations of murders and hangings and was a direct descendant of the execution broadsheets of the 18th : Tabloid. Victorian crime, madness and sensation. Type Book Author(s) Andrew Maunder, Grace Moore Date c Publisher Ashgate Pub place Aldershot Volume The nineteenth century series ISBN ISBN This item appears on. List: ENGU9HD: Victorian Literature Section: Sensation Fiction and Lady Audley's Secret Next: Robert.

      She has contributed essays and chapters to books and journals, including Studies in the Novel, Journal of Victorian Culture, and Victorian Crime, Madness, and Sensation; for ten years, she served as an Assistant Editor for the academic journal, Victorian Literature and Culture (Cambridge UP); and she has written introductions for Barnes and. She has contributed essays and chapters to books and journals, including Studies in the Novel, Journal of Victorian Culture, and Victorian Crime, Madness, and Sensation; she has written introductions for Barnes and Noble editions of books by Dickens and Trollope; and she formerly served as an Assistant Editor for the academic journal Victorian.

      Victorian Crime, Madness And Sensation è un libro di Maunder Andrew, Moore Grace (Curatore) edito da Routledge a dicembre - EAN puoi acquistarlo sul . Book Violent women and sensation fiction: crime, medicine and Victorian popular culture - Andrew Mangham, Book Science, sexuality and sensation novels: pleasures of the senses - Laurie Garrison, Book The sensation novel and the Victorian family magazine - .


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Book Description. Beginning with Victoria's enthronement and an exploration of sensationalist accounts of attacks on the Queen, and ending with the notorious case of a fin-de-siècle killer, Victorian Crime, Madness and Sensation throws new light on nineteenth-century attitudes toward crime and 'deviance'.

Beginning with Victoria's enthronement and an exploration of sensationalist accounts of attacks on the Queen, and ending with the notorious case of a fin-de-si cle killer, Victorian Crime, Madness and Sensation throws new light on nineteenth-century attitudes toward crime and 'deviance'/5.

Beginning with Victoria's enthronement and an exploration of sensationalist accounts of attacks on the Queen, and ending with the notorious case of a fin-de-siècle killer, Victorian Crime, Madness and Sensation throws new light on nineteenth-century attitudes toward crime and 'deviance'.Cited by: The heart of this collection lies in its excellent treatment of gender.

It is in this area that the book makes its most cogent and powerful case for itself. With almost half the essays devoted to some aspect of gender, Victorian Crime, Madness and Sensation makes Format: Paperback.

Beginning with Victoria's enthronement and an exploration of sensationalist accounts of attacks on the Queen, and ending with the notorious case of a fin-de-siècle killer, Victorian Crime, Madness and Sensation throws new light on nineteenth-century attitudes toward crime and 'deviance'. The essays, which draw on both canonical and liminal texts, examine the Victorian fascination with.

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Key texts. The genre was founded upon three novels: Collins’s The Woman in White (), about the insanely complex machinations of a decayed British aristocrat and a bonbon-guzzling Italian Count; Ellen Wood’s East Lynne () about an adulterous woman disfigured in a railway crash, who returns, disguised, to the family home, in order to work in the nursery of her estranged children.

Victorian Sensation Fiction. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, E-mail Citation» The best book-length introduction to scholarship on sensation fiction. Clear and concise, this guide assesses a wide array of critical responses to sensation fiction from the early reviews to the critical engagements of.

As explained in Victorian Crime, Madness and Sensation by Maunder and Moore for a story to ‘electrify the nerves of the reader’ (p) it has to be set in the present depicting people the reader know and maybe just met. Monomania takes the familiar and twist it so that what you thought you knew is all wrong, giving you the reader this.

Karen Odden received her PhD in English literature from New York University. She has contributed essays and chapters to books and journals, including Studies in the Novel, Journal of Victorian Culture, and Victorian Crime, Madness, and Sensation; and has written introductions for books by Dickens and Trollope.

She has worked as an editorial assistant at McGraw-Hill, as a media buyer /5(14). Karen Odden received her PhD in English literature from New York University.

She has contributed essays and chapters to books and journals, including Studies in the Novel, Journal of Victorian Culture, and Victorian Crime, Madness, and Sensation; and has written introductions for books by Dickens and Trollope.

She has worked as an editorial assistant at McGraw-Hill, as a media buyer /5(23). P. D. Edwards notes that the term "Sensation Novel" was originally applied disparagingly to a broad range of crime, mystery, and horror novels written in the early s: "A writer in the Literary Budget, Novemberasserted that the term originated in America" ().

The subgenre was effectively defined in a two-year period by the novels.Lady Audley’s Secret () was one of the most widely read novels in the Victorian period. The novel exemplifies “sensation fiction” in featuring a beautiful The Moonstone.

Intrigue, investigations, thievery, drugs and murder all make an appearance in Collins’s classic who-done-it, The Moonstone.Table of contents for Victorian crime, madness and sensation / [edited by] Andrew Maunder, Grace Moore. Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding.

Sensational Journalism in the Decade of Sensation Dallas Liddle 85 7 The Inside Story: Crime, Convicts and Careers for Women Barbara Onslow.