The ladies treasury

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ISBN: OCLC:219990231
Release Date: 1866
Number of pages: 354
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Dictionary of Nineteenth century Journalism in Great Britain and Ireland

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ISBN: 9789038213408
Release Date: 2009
Number of pages: 1014
Author: Laurel Brake
Publisher: Academia Press

Download and read online Dictionary of Nineteenth century Journalism in Great Britain and Ireland in PDF and EPUB A large-scale reference work covering the journalism industry in 19th-Century Britain.


Royal tourists colonial subjects and the making of a British world 1860 1911

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ISBN: 9781784996260
Release Date: 2016-02-01
Number of pages: 256
Author: Charles V. Reed
Publisher: Oxford University Press

Download and read online Royal tourists colonial subjects and the making of a British world 1860 1911 in PDF and EPUB Royal Tourists, Colonial Subjects and the Making of a British World, 1860-1911 examines the ritual space of nineteenth-century royal tours of empire and the diverse array of historical actors who participated in them. The book suggests that the varied responses to the royal tours of the nineteenth century demonstrate how a multi-centred British imperial culture was forged in the empire and was constantly made and remade, appropriated and contested. In this context, subjects of empire provincialised the British Isles, centring the colonies in their political and cultural constructions of empire, Britishness, citizenship and loyalty.


Drawing on the Victorians

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ISBN: 9780821445877
Release Date: 2016-12-15
Number of pages: 400
Author: Anna Maria Jones
Publisher: Ohio University Press

Download and read online Drawing on the Victorians in PDF and EPUB Late nineteenth-century Britain experienced an unprecedented explosion of visual print culture and a simultaneous rise in literacy across social classes. New printing technologies facilitated quick and cheap dissemination of images—illustrated books, periodicals, cartoons, comics, and ephemera—to a mass readership. This Victorian visual turn prefigured the present-day impact of the Internet on how images are produced and shared, both driving and reflecting the visual culture of its time. From this starting point, Drawing on the Victorians sets out to explore the relationship between Victorian graphic texts and today’s steampunk, manga, and other neo-Victorian genres that emulate and reinterpret their predecessors. Neo-Victorianism is a flourishing worldwide phenomenon, but one whose relationship with the texts from which it takes its inspiration remains underexplored. In this collection, scholars from literary studies, cultural studies, and art history consider contemporary works—Alan Moore’s League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Moto Naoko’s Lady Victorian, and Edward Gorey’s Gashlycrumb Tinies, among others—alongside their antecedents, from Punch’s 1897 Jubilee issue to Alice in Wonderland and more. They build on previous work on neo-Victorianism to affirm that the past not only influences but converses with the present. Contributors: Christine Ferguson, Kate Flint, Anna Maria Jones, Linda K. Hughes, Heidi Kaufman, Brian Maidment, Rebecca N. Mitchell, Jennifer Phegley, Monika Pietrzak-Franger, Peter W. Sinnema, Jessica Straley


Jane Austen and Her Readers 1786 1945

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ISBN: 9781783080816
Release Date: 2013-10-15
Number of pages: 298
Author: Katie Halsey
Publisher: Anthem Press

Download and read online Jane Austen and Her Readers 1786 1945 in PDF and EPUB ‘Jane Austen and her Readers, 1786–1945’ is a study of the history of reading Jane Austen’s novels. It discusses Austen’s own ideas about books and readers, the uses she makes of her reading, and the aspects of her style that are related to the ways in which she has been read. The volume considers the role of editions and criticism in directing readers’ responses, and presents and analyses a variety of source material related to the ordinary readers who read Austen’s works between 1786 and 1945.


Women Work and the Victorian Periodical

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ISBN: 9781137435996
Release Date: 2015-08-24
Number of pages: 189
Author: Marianne Van Remoortel
Publisher: Springer

Download and read online Women Work and the Victorian Periodical in PDF and EPUB Covering a wide range of magazine work, including editing, illustration, poetry, needlework instruction and typesetting, this book provides fresh insights into the participation of women in the nineteenth-century magazine industry.


The Silences of Science

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ISBN: 9781317055037
Release Date: 2016-09-13
Number of pages: 318
Author: Felicity Mellor
Publisher: Taylor & Francis

Download and read online The Silences of Science in PDF and EPUB Over the last half century scholars from a range of disciplines have attempted to theorise silence. Naively we tend to think of silence negatively, as a lack, an emptiness. Yet silence studies shows that silence is more than mere absence. All speech incorporates silence, not only in the gaps between words or the pauses that facilitate turn taking, but in the omissions that result from the necessary selectivity of communicative acts. Thus silence is significant in and of itself; it is a sign that has socially-constructed (albeit context -dependent and ambiguous) meanings. To date, studies of science communication have focussed on what is said rather than what is not said. They have highlighted the content of communication rather than its form, and have largely ignored the gaps, pauses and lacunae that are an essential, and meaningful, part of any communicative act. Both the sociology of science and the history of science have also failed to highlight the varied functions of silence in the practice of science, despite interests in tacit knowledge and cultures of secrecy. Through a range of case studies from historical and contemporary situations, this volume draws attention to the significance of silence, its different qualities and uses, and the nature, function and meaning of silence for science and technology studies.


Victorian Women s Magazines

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ISBN: 0719058791
Release Date: 2001
Number of pages: 230
Author: Margaret Beetham
Publisher: Manchester University Press

Download and read online Victorian Women s Magazines in PDF and EPUB This anthology makes available to students and general readers the rich variety of Victorian magazines for women. The extracts range from fashion magazines to feminist journals, from serious works for Christian mothers to tales of romance and passion for 'sweethearts'. Focusing on the historical development of the British women's magazine, this extensively illustrated work gives access to texts which few readers ever see. The first main section describes and illustrates eight kinds of magazine for women. Though they have common features, the differences between the drawing room journal of the 1830s and 1840s and the cheap domestic magazines of the 1890s are clearly demonstrated. The second section focuses on those elements which made up the magazine's typical mix of ingredients, including fiction, the fashion plate, poetry, political journalism, advice columns and reader's letters. The last section is the most comprehensive listing of British Victorian women's magazines which currently exists. This is a work of scholarship but one which will appeal to students of Cultural, Historical, Literary and Women's Studies, as well as to the general interested reader. Like the magazines it represents, it offers its readers both entertainment and instruction.