- Author:William B. Thesing
- Publisher:Gale Research Inc (June 8, 1987)
- Pages:536 pages
- Subcategory:Writing Research & Publishing Guides
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The notable Victorian poets include Byron, Alfred Lord Tennyson, Elizabeth Browning, P. B. Shelley, William Wordsworth, etc. Byron’s brooding romantic poems attracted a lot of attention in a society noted for its high regard fo. .
The notable Victorian poets include Byron, Alfred Lord Tennyson, Elizabeth Browning, P. Byron’s brooding romantic poems attracted a lot of attention in a society noted for its high regard for morality. The other famous writers of the Victorian era include George Elliot or Mary Ann Evans who adopted a male pseudonym to distance herself from the lighthearted romances with which women writers of the time were associated.
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Explains issues such as Victorian religions, class structure, and Darwinism to those who are unfamiliar with them.
The Dictionary of Literary Biography is a specialist biographical dictionary dedicated to literature. Published by Gale, the 375-volume set covers a wide variety of literary topics, periods, and genres, with a focus on American and British literature.
Early Victorian nonfiction prose. Late Victorian literature Victorian literature began with such humorous books as Sartor Resartus and The Pickwick Papers. Late Victorian literature. The Victorian theatre. Victorian literary comedy. But these writers also used medieval settings as a context that made possible an uninhibited treatment of sex and violence. The shocking subject matter and vivid imagery of Morris’s first volume were further developed by Algernon Charles Swinburne, who, in Atalanta in Calydon (1865) and Poems and Ballads (1866), combined them with an intoxicating metrical power. Victorian literature began with such humorous books as Sartor Resartus and The Pickwick Papers.
Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 57: Victorian Prose Writers After 1867. A Bruccoli Clark Layman Book. After the depressions and near-revolutions of the 1840s, England entered a period of peace and plenty that lasted from 1850 to about 1870. Ed. William B. Thesing, University of South Carolina. Detroit: Gale Group, 1987. Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 159: British Short-Fiction Writers, 1800–1880. Anthony Trollope's fiction mirrors the Establishment of that period-comfortably off, even wealthy; concerned with individual morality; and relatively unaware of how private virtues and vices interact with public issues.
American Women Prose Writers, 1870–1920. Dictionary of Literary Biography. Thesing, William . Victorian Women Poets. v. 221. Detroit: Gale Group, 2000. Late Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-century British Women Poets.
Covering writers who worked between the years 1867 and 1901, this volume emphasizes nonfiction prose: letters, journals, diaries, sermons, speeches, reviews, biographies, autobiographies and travel writings, as well as books and essays treating historical, philosophical, political, critical and scientific themes. A comprehensive appendix entitled Victorians on Rhetoric and Prose Style provides a fresh and expanded context for interpretation. It includes a sampling of a wide range of Victorian criticism, with much of the material not widely known or available. A selected bibliography is also included, focusing on the most important studies of the social, cultural, historical, intellectual, rhetorical, artistic and literary dimensions of Victorian nonfiction writing.
30 entries include: Matthew Arnold, Samuel Butler, Charles Darwin, Charles M. Doughty, Edmund Gosse, T. H. Huxley, George Meredith, George Moore, John Morley, Walter Pater, Bernard Shaw, Leslie Stephen, Robert Louis Stevenson, Anthony Trollope and Oscar Wilde.