The Cambridge companion to Victorian women's writing / edited by Linda H. Peterson, Yale University.

"The Cambridge Companion to Victorian Women's Writing brings together chapters by leading scholars to provide innovative and comprehensive coverage of Victorian women writers' careers and literary achievements. While incorporating the scholarly insights of modern feminist criticism, i...

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Other Authors: Peterson, Linda H. (Editor)
Format: Book
Published: Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2015.
Series:Cambridge companions to literature.
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: Victorian women writers and modern literary criticism / Linda H. Peterson
  • Part I. Victorian Women Writers' Careers: 1. Making a debut / Alexis Easley; 2. Becoming a professional writer / Joanne Shattock; 3. Working with publishers / Linda H. Peterson; 4. Assuming the role of editor / Beth Palmer; 5. Achieving fame and canonicity / Alison Chapman
  • Part II. Victorian Women Writers' Achievements: Genres and Modes: 6. Poetry /Linda K. Hughes; 7. Silver-fork, industrial, and Gothic fiction / Ella Dzelzainis; 8. The Realist novel / Deirdre d'Albertis; 9. Sensation and New Woman fiction / Lyn Pykett; 10. Drama and theater / Katherine Newey; 11. Life writing / Carol Hanberry Mackay; 12. Travel writing / Tamara S. Wagner; 13. Colonial and imperial writing / Mary Ellis Gibson and Jason R. Rudy; 14. History writing / Deborah A. Logan; 15. Periodical writing / Margaret Beetham; 16. Reviewing / Joanne Wilkes; 17. Children's writing / Claudia Nelson.