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|Named Person:||Anthony Trollope; Anthony Trollope|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Margaret Markwick; Deborah Denenholz Morse; Regenia Gagnier
|Notes:||Series from jacket.|
|Description:||xiii, 259 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||(A)genda trouble and the Lot complex: older men-younger women relationships in Trollope / Robert M. Polhemus --
He Knew He Was Right: the sensational tyranny of the sexual contract and the problem of liberal progress / Kathy Alexis Psomiades --
Bastards to the time: legitimacy as legal fiction in Trollope's novels of the 1870's / Jenny Bourne Taylor --
Out of the closet: homoerotics in Trollope's novels / Margaret Marwick --
"Some girls who come from the tropics": gender, race, and imperialism in Anthony Trollope's He Knew He Was Right / Deborah Denenholz Morse --
Anthony Trollope's The Eustace diamonds and "The great parliamentary bore" / Lauren M.E. Goodlad --
"Two identities": gender, ethnicity, and Phineas Finn / Mary Jean Corbett --
The rough and the beautiful in "Catherine Carmichael": class and gender in Trollope's colonial aesthetic / Helen Lucy Blythe --
Mister Trollope, Lady Credit, and The way we live now / Nathan K. Hensley --
A woman of money: Miss Dunstable, Thomas Holloway, and Victorian commercial wealth / Elsie B. Michie --
Otherwise occupied: masculine widows in Trollope's novels / Christopher S. Noble --
Trollope at fuller length: Lord Silverbridge and the manuscript of The Duke's children / Steven Amarnick --
"Depth of portraiture": what should distinguish a Victorian man from a Victorian woman? / David Skilton --
The weight of religion and history: women dying of virtue in Trollope's later short fiction / Anca Vlasopolos.
|Series Title:||Nineteenth century (Aldershot, England)|
|Responsibility:||edited by Margaret Markwick, Deborah Denenholz Morse and Regenia Gagnier.|
Offers original readings of Trollope that recognize and repay his importance as source material for scholars working in diverse fields of literary and cultural studies. This title also includes essays that examine Trollope and sexuality in the context of queer studies, the law, archetypal constructions, and classical feminism.
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