Victorian Literature and the Victorian Visual Imagination


  Were They Having Fun Yet?  Victorian Optical Gadgetry, Modernist Selves
  Shared Lines  Pen and Pencil as Trace
  Image versus Text  in the Illustrated Novels  of William Makepeace Thackeray
  "The Right Thing in the Right Place"  P. H. Emerson and the Picturesque Photograph
  Dust Piles and Damp Pavements  Excrement, Repression, and the Victorian City in Photography and Literature
  Making Darkness Visible  Capturing the Criminal and Observing the Law in Victorian Photography and Detective Fiction
  Victoria's Sovereign Obedience  Portraits of the Queen as Wife and Mother
  The Author as Spectacle and Commodity  Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Thomas Hardy
  The Hero as Spectacle  Carlyle and the Persistence of Dandyism
 expand sectionStreet Figures  Victorian Urban Iconography
  Seeing the Unseen  Pictorial Problematics and Victorian Images of Class, Poverty, and Urban Life
  John Millais's Children  Faith and Erotics: The Woodman's Daughter (1851)
  Seeing Is Believing in Enoch Arden
  Spectacular Sympathy  Visuality and Ideology in Dickens's A Christmas Carol
  Reading Figures  The Legible Image of Victorian Textuality

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