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Victorian secrecy Victorian secrecy :
English fiction--19th century--History and criticism.
Secrecy in literature.
Secrecy--Great Britain--History--19th century.
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Geographic Coverage
Great Britain
LCC: PR878.S423 V53 2010 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 823/.809353 full (Assigner: dlc)
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Lccn: 2009037545
Table Of Contents
Victorian secrecy: an introduction / Albert D. Pionke
Hidden agendas: the secret to early nineteenth-century British burial reform / Sarah Hoglund
Harriet Martineau's Victorian secret revealed: assassins, duels, and Corn Law repeal / Deborah Logan
Secrecy and reticence in John Henry Newman's Loss and gain / David J. Bradshaw
"What connexion can there be?": detection in Dickens's Bleak House / John McBratney
Concealing minds and the case of The woman in white / Maria K. Bachman
A Victorian picture puzzle: Richard Dadd's The fairy feller's masterstroke / Eleanor Fraser Stansbie
Detecting business fraud at home: white-collar crime and the sensational clergyman in Victorian domestic fiction / Tamara S. Wagner
George Eliot's Felix Holt, the radical and Byronic secrets / Denise Tischler Millstein
The perverse secrets of masculinity in Augusta Webster's dramatic poetry / Robert P. Fletcher
Victorian conjuring secrets / Michael Claxton
A secret censorship: the British Home Office v. town talk / Allison L. E. Wee
Secrets, silence, and the fractured self: Hardy's Tess of the d'Urbervilles / Brooke McLaughlin Mitchell.
Authorized Access Point
Pionke, Albert D., 1974- Victorian secrecy
Authorized Access Point Variant
Millstein, Denise Tischler. Victorian secrecy