The Victorians since 190: histories, representations and revisions

Taylor, M. and Wolff, Michael (eds.) (2004) The Victorians since 190: histories, representations and revisions, Manchester, UK, Manchester University Press, 320pp.


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PART I: HISTORIES 1. Lytton Strachey’s Eminent Victorians: The rise and fall of the intellectual aristocracy - William C. Lubenow 2. The Bleak Age: J.H. Clapham, the Hammonds and the standard of living in Victorian Britain - Stewart Weaver 3. Victorian Prime Ministers: Changing patterns of commemoration - Michael Bentley 4. Quiller-Couch, the Function of Victorian Literature and Modernism, 1890–1930 - Michelle Hawley 5. G. M. Young and the early Victorian revival - Miles Taylor 6. Culture or Society?: Victorian Studies, 1951–64 - Martin Hewitt
PART II: REPRESENTATIONS 7. Industrialisation and Catastrophe: The Victorian economy in British film documentary, 1930–50 - Timothy Boon 8. The revival of interest in Victorian decorative art and the Victoria and Albert Museum - Anthony Burton 9. ‘No glorious assurance’: The 1951 Festival of Britain looks at the Victorian past - Becky Conekin 10. The BBC and the Victorians - James Thompson 11. Theme park Victoriana - John Gardiner 12. The Victorians at school: The Victorian era in the 20th century curriculum - Eric Evans
13. Victorian Studies in the digital age - Patrick Leary 14. Victorian Studies in North America - Christopher Kent 15. The state of Victorian Studies in Australia and New Zealand - Miles Fairburn 16. Victorian Studies in the UK - Helen Rogers Timeline of Victorian Studies

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ISBNs: 0719067251 (print)
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Date Deposited: 27 Sep 2005
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