- Author:ALBERT D. PIONKE
- Publisher:Ohio State University Press; 1 edition (June 1, 2004)
- Pages:188 pages
- Subcategory:History & Criticism
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1. Authorized secrecy : the figure of Freemasonry, Carlyle's clothes philosophy and an alternative to democracy p. 1 - 2. Combining the two nations : trade unions as secret societies, 1837-45 p. 22 - 3. Popish plots : Catholic emancipation, tractarian reserve, and "papal aggression" p. 50 - 4. "Some deep, designing men" : the making of the Indian mutiny p. 79. - 5. Italian union : red republicanism, The woman in white and Lothair p. 101. Embargo: Item embargoed for five years. ISBN: 9780814209486 (print) 814209483 (print).
Victorian Studies 4. (2005) 183-185 Albert Pionke situates Plots of Opportunity as a contribution to the current reassessment of Victorian liberalism as a form of guardianship that produces disciplined individualism
Victorian Studies 4. (2005) 183-185 Albert Pionke situates Plots of Opportunity as a contribution to the current reassessment of Victorian liberalism as a form of guardianship that produces disciplined individualism.
Pionke, Albert . 1974-. Note: Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, 2004.
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Albert D. Pionke Plots of Opportunity: Representing Conspiracy in Victorian England (Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 2004) p. 121; Catalogue entry at Copac. v. t. e. Benjamin Disraeli.
Plots of Opportunity. Representing Conspiracy in Victorian England. This book will engage historians and literary critics alike, and it brings a strikingly fresh perspective to bear on debates about political struggles that have for too long been treated as if they were cut and dried, rather than evolving contests for control of society’s ear. -John Plotz, Brandeis University. After surveying England’s evolving theories of representative politics and individual and collective secretive practices, Pionke traces the intersection of democracy and secrecy through a series of case histories.
Albert Pionke, Assistant Professor of English and Director . This introductory essay is adapted from chapter four of my book, Plots of Opportunity: Representing Conspiracy in Victorian England (Ohio State UP, 2004).
Albert Pionke, Assistant Professor of English and Director of Undergraduate Studies at The University of Alabama.
Also in Plots of Opportunity: Representing Conspiracy in Victorian England by Albert D. Pionke [Ohio State . Pionke (p. 98. Also in The Pre-Raphaelite Art of the Victorian Novel: Narrative Challenges to Visual Gendered Boundaries by Sophia Andres (p. 86). Any woman who is sure of her own wits, is a match, at any time, for a man who is not sure of his own temper.
We are beckoned to see the world through a one-way mirror, as if we are threatened and innocent and the rest of humanity is threatening, or wretched, or expendable. Our memory is struggling to rescue the truth that human rights were not handed down. Our memory is struggling to rescue the truth that human rights were not handed down as privileges from a parliament, or a boardroom, or an institution, but that peace is only possible with justice and with information that gives us the power to act justly.