Politics of Gender in Anthony Trollope's Novels

Politics of Gender in Anthony Trollope's Novels

New Readings for the Twenty-First Century

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Taylor & Francis Ltd

01/2019

274

Mole

Inglês

9781138376243

15 a 20 dias

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Contents: Introduction, Margaret Markwick and Deborah Denenholz Morse; Part1 Sex, Power and Subversion: (A)genda trouble and the Lot complex: older men-younger women relationships in Trollope, Robert M. Polhemus; He Knew He was Right: the sensational tyranny of the sexual contract and the problem of liberal progress, Kathy Alexis Psomiades; Bastards to the time: legitimacy as legal fiction in Trollope's novels of the 1870s, Jenny Bourne Taylor; Out of the closet: homoerotics in Trollope's novels, Margaret Markwick. Part 2 Imperial Gender: 'Some girls who come from the tropics': gender, race, and imperialism in Anthony Trollope's He Knew He Was Right, Deborah Denenholz Morse; Anthony Trollope's The Eustace Diamonds and 'the great Parliamentary bore', Lauren M.E. Goodlad; 'Two identities': gender, ethnicity and Phineas Finn, Mary Jean Corbett; The rough and the beautiful in 'Catherine Carmichael': class and gender in Trollope's colonial aesthetic, Helen Lucy Blythe. Part 3 Genderized Economics: Mister Trollope, Lady Credit and The Way We Live Now, Nathan K. Hensley; A woman of money: Miss Dunstable, Thomas Holloway, and Victorian commercial wealth, Elsie B. Michie; Otherwise occupied: masculine widows in Trollope's novels, Christopher S. Noble. Part 4 The Gender of Narrative Construction: Trollope at fuller length: Lord Silverbridge and the manuscript of The Duke's Children, Steven Amarnick', ; 'Depth of portraiture': what should distinguish a Victorian man from a Victorian woman?, David Skilton; The weight of religion and history: women dying of virtue in Trollope's later short fiction, Anca Vlasopolos; Conclusion: Gender, liberalism and resentment, Regenia Gagnier; Bibliography; Index.
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