The Cambridge companion to the fin de siècle / edited by Gail Marshall.

Situated between the Victorians and Modernism, the fin de siècle is an exciting and rewarding period to study. In the literature and art of the 1890s, the processes of literary and cultural change can be seen in action. In this, more than any previous decade, literature was an active and controversi...

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Other Authors: Marshall, Gail, 1965- (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2007.
Series:Cambridge companions to literature.
Online Access:Click to view e-book
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Table of Contents:
  • Psychology at the fin de siècle / Jenny Bourne Taylor
  • Decadence and aestheticism / Dennis Denisoff
  • Sexual identity at the fin de siècle / Richard A. Kaye
  • Socialism and radicalism / William Greenslade
  • Empire / Ross G. Forman
  • Publishing industries and practices / Margaret D. Stetz
  • The visual arts / Shearer West
  • The new woman and feminist fictions / Sally Ledger
  • Realism / Stephen Arata
  • The fantastic fiction of the fin de siècle / Nicholas Ruddick
  • Varieties of performance at the turn of the century / John Stokes
  • Poetry / Marion Thain.