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The Labour of Literature in Britain and France, 1830-1910 : Authorial Work Ethics.

By: Waithe, Marcus.
Contributor(s): White, Claire.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Palgrave Studies in Nineteenth-Century Writing and Culture Ser: Publisher: London : Palgrave Macmillan Limited, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Description: 1 online resource (271 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781137552532.Subject(s): English literature-History and criticism | Working class in literatureGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Labour of Literature in Britain and France, 1830-1910 : Authorial Work EthicsDDC classification: 820.9008 LOC classification: PN760.5-PN769PN849.GOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Intro -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Notes on Contributors -- Introduction: Literature and Labour -- Works Cited -- Part I: Labour and the Ethics of Representation -- Preface -- '[A] common and not a divided interest': Literature and the Labour of Representation -- The Politics of Literary Labour -- Figures of Mental Labour in Eliot's Fiction -- Re-Imagining the Constitution: Labour and Representation -- Works Cited -- The Literature of Labour: Collective Biography and Working-Class Authorship, 1830-1859 -- Works Cited -- George Sand, Digging -- Works Cited -- Part II: Material Labour, Metaphorical Work -- Preface -- Ruskin, Browning/Alpenstock, Hatchet -- Works Cited -- Flaubert's Cailloux: Hard Labour and the Beauty of Stones -- Works Cited -- Marian Evans, George Eliot, and the Work of Sententiousness -- Works Cited -- Part III: Work Ethics and Aesthetics -- Preface -- Baudelaire and the Dilettante Work Ethic -- Works Cited -- 'Strenuous Minds': Walter Pater and the Labour of Aestheticism -- Works Cited -- The Work of Imitation: Decadent Writing as Mimetic Labour -- Works Cited -- Part IV: Working Conditions -- Preface -- Literary Machines: George Gissing's Lost Illusions -- Works Cited -- Worlds of Work and the Work of Words: Zola -- Time-Lines -- Clock-Work -- Habits and Habitat -- Works Cited -- Gender Difference and Cultural Labour in French Fiction from Zola to Colette -- Works Cited -- Coda: Immaterial Labour and the Modernist Work of Literature -- 'Immaterial Labour' and Modernist Literary Writing -- Duchamp/Beckett/Proust -- Works Cited -- Epilogue: Work Ethics, Past and Present -- Works Cited -- Index.
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Intro -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Notes on Contributors -- Introduction: Literature and Labour -- Works Cited -- Part I: Labour and the Ethics of Representation -- Preface -- '[A] common and not a divided interest': Literature and the Labour of Representation -- The Politics of Literary Labour -- Figures of Mental Labour in Eliot's Fiction -- Re-Imagining the Constitution: Labour and Representation -- Works Cited -- The Literature of Labour: Collective Biography and Working-Class Authorship, 1830-1859 -- Works Cited -- George Sand, Digging -- Works Cited -- Part II: Material Labour, Metaphorical Work -- Preface -- Ruskin, Browning/Alpenstock, Hatchet -- Works Cited -- Flaubert's Cailloux: Hard Labour and the Beauty of Stones -- Works Cited -- Marian Evans, George Eliot, and the Work of Sententiousness -- Works Cited -- Part III: Work Ethics and Aesthetics -- Preface -- Baudelaire and the Dilettante Work Ethic -- Works Cited -- 'Strenuous Minds': Walter Pater and the Labour of Aestheticism -- Works Cited -- The Work of Imitation: Decadent Writing as Mimetic Labour -- Works Cited -- Part IV: Working Conditions -- Preface -- Literary Machines: George Gissing's Lost Illusions -- Works Cited -- Worlds of Work and the Work of Words: Zola -- Time-Lines -- Clock-Work -- Habits and Habitat -- Works Cited -- Gender Difference and Cultural Labour in French Fiction from Zola to Colette -- Works Cited -- Coda: Immaterial Labour and the Modernist Work of Literature -- 'Immaterial Labour' and Modernist Literary Writing -- Duchamp/Beckett/Proust -- Works Cited -- Epilogue: Work Ethics, Past and Present -- Works Cited -- Index.

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