Phoebe Junior

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Broadview Press, 2002 M04 17 - 463 páginas

Margaret Oliphant, one of the most prolific and popular Victorian novelists, essayists, and reviewers, has been compared both in her day and our own to George Eliot. Oliphant wrote domestic novels that richly represent the broad social, political, and religious contexts of Victorian England. The Broadview edition of Phoebe Junior, the last novel in Oliphant’s Chronicles of Carlingford series, restores the earliest extant text.

The supplemental materials provide a rich background for examining key nineteenth-century issues such as religion and church reform, gender and the woman question, society and politics. They include excerpts from contemporary novels and poetry; newspaper articles; reviews; essays; polemic on religion and church reform; materials on gender and the woman question, and on etiquette and dress.

 

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Introduction
7
A Brief Chronology
28
Extracts from The Autobiography and Letters
419
Contemporary Reviews
426
The Nation November 16 1876
433
Anon The Poor Brothers of the Charterhouse
439
Anon Ambitious Wives Modern Woman 1868
445
A Class Book for Girls
453
Illustration from Punch January 10 1874
460
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Elizabeth Langland is a Professor of English at the University of California, Davis. She is the author of Nobody’s Angels: Middle-Class Women and Domestic Ideology in Victorian Culture (1995), Anne Brontë: The Other One (1989), and Society in the Novel (1983); and co-editor of Out of Bounds (1990) and The Voyage In: Fictions of Female Development (1983).

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