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By Pamela K. Gilbert

This finished assortment bargains an entire advent to 1 of the most well-liked literary kinds of the Victorian interval, its key authors and works, its significant issues, and its lasting legacy.

  • Places key authors and novels of their cultural and ancient context
  • Includes stories of significant subject matters resembling race, gender, melodrama, theatre, poetry, realism in fiction, and connections to different paintings forms
  • Contributions from most sensible foreign students process a tremendous literary style from more than a few perspectives
  • Offers either a pre and post-history of the style to situate it within the higher culture of Victorian publishing and literature
  • Incorporates insurance of conventional study and state-of-the-art modern scholarship

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Review of The Merchant’s Daughter, 1836: 883). The social life of these exclusives, centered on the London Season and London clubs, formed the center of fashionable novels. Another component of the silver fork formula was its location in London. In the 1820s, the novel moved from the country to the city, from Austen’s small villages and country houses to metropolitan London. While the other bestseller of the period, the Newgate novel, was set in the East End, the silver fork novel was set in the West End, and, in particular, west of Regent Street and south of Oxford Street.

Review of Almack’s [by Marianne Spencer Hudson (née Stanhope)]. Athenaeum 3095 (19 Feb. 1887): 252–3. Review of Crockford’s, or Life in the West [by C. Deale or Henry Luttrell]. Athenaeum 6 (5 Feb. 1828): 83. Review of The Exclusives [by Lady Charlotte Susan Maria Bury (née Campbell)]. Athenaeum 112 (16 Dec. 1829): 782–4. Review of Matilda; a Tale of the Day. The Monthly Review 107 (Aug. 1825): 435–44. Google Book Search. Accessed online 19 Jan. 2010. Review of The Merchant’s Daughter, by the Author of The Heiress, Agnes Serle, &c.

Review of Almack’s [by Marianne Spencer Hudson (née Stanhope)]. Athenaeum 3095 (19 Feb. 1887): 252–3. Review of Crockford’s, or Life in the West [by C. Deale or Henry Luttrell]. Athenaeum 6 (5 Feb. 1828): 83. Review of The Exclusives [by Lady Charlotte Susan Maria Bury (née Campbell)]. Athenaeum 112 (16 Dec. 1829): 782–4. Review of Matilda; a Tale of the Day. The Monthly Review 107 (Aug. 1825): 435–44. Google Book Search. Accessed online 19 Jan. 2010. Review of The Merchant’s Daughter, by the Author of The Heiress, Agnes Serle, &c.

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