Varieties of Women''s Sensation Fiction, 1855-1890.
By: Maunder, Andrew.
Contributor(s): Mitchell, Sally | Heller, Tamar | Knight, Mark | Law, Graham.Material type: BookPublisher: London : Pickering & Chatto Publishers, 2004Edition: 1.Description: 1 online resource (2768 p.).ISBN: 9781781446805.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Varieties of Women''s Sensation Fiction, 1855-1890Online resources: Click here to access online
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Women''s Sensation Fiction Volume 1; Contents of the Edition; Contents to Volume 1; General Introduction; Introduction to Volume 1; Sensationalism and the Sensation Debate; 'The Enigma Novel', Spectator (28 December 1861); [Margaret Oliphant], 'Sensational Novels', Blackwoods EdinburghMagazine, 91 (May 1862); 'The Philosophy Of "Sensation"', St James's Magazine,5 (October 1862); '"Lady Audley". On The Stage', London Review (7 March 1863); [Henry Mansel], 'Sensation Novels', Quarterly Review,113 (April 1863); 'Mrs Wood And Miss Braddon', Littell's Living Age (18 April 1863)
'Sensation', The Literary Times (9 May 1863)'Sensation Novels', Medical Critic And Pyschological Journal, 3 (1863); 'Thackeray And Modern Fiction', London Quarterly Review,22 (July 1863); [Henrietta Keddie], 'A Word of Remonstrance with some Novelists.By a Novelist', Good Words, 4 (July 1863); 'Sensation! A Satire', Dublin University Magazine, 63 (January 1864); 'The Sensational Williams', All The Year Round (13 February 1864); 'Our Female Sensation Novelists', Christian Remembrancer,46 (July 1864); [William Thomson], The Archbishop Of York On Works Of Fiction, The Times (2 November 1864)
Editorials in response to the Archbishop Of York, The Times (3 and 4 November 1864)[Geraldine Jewsbury], 'Our Library Table', Athenaeum (3 December 1864); 'Works Of Imagination in 1864', Literary Gazette (14 January 1865); ['B.'], 'Sensational Literature', The Christian Observer, 65 (November 1865); 'Tigresses In Literature', Spectator (10 March 1866); 'Homicidal Heroines', Saturday Review (7 April 1866); 'Novels, Past And Present', Saturday Review (14 April 1866); [John Richard de Capel Wise], 'Belles Lettres', Westminster Review, n.s. 30 (July 1866)
'Aunt Anastasia On Modern Novels', Tinsley's Magazine, 1 (1867)[Margaret Oliphant], 'Novels', Blackwoods Edinburgh Magazine, 102 (September 1867); 'A Sermon Upon Novels', London Review (14 September 1867); George Augustus Sala, 'The Cant Of Modern Criticism', Belgravia, 4 (November 1867); [Frederick Paget], 'Afterword to Lucretia. The Heroine of the Nineteenth Century (1868); 'Women's Novels', The Broadway, n.s. 1 (1868); 'Peculiarities Of Some Female Novelists', Pall Mall Gazette (13 January 1870); 'Female Novelists Of The Period', The Period (22 January 1870)
'Literary Culture Of The Period', The Period (19 February 1870)[E.B.], 'The Sensation Novel', The Argosy, 18 (1870); Alfred Austin, 'Our Novels: The Sensational School', Temple Bar,29 (June 1870); William Alexander, Bishop of Derry, 'Sensationalism' in Six SermonsPreached on the Sundays after Easter (1874); 'Modern Novels', Cambridge Review, 2 (8 December, 1880); Bibliography of Sensation Fiction; Appendix: Illustrations from Contemporary Publications; Women''s Sensation Fiction Volume 2; Contents to Volume 2; Introduction to Volume 2; Bibliography of Florence Marryat''s Works
Chronology of Florence Marryat
Five ''sensation'' novels are here presented complete and fully reset, along with scholarly annotation, a bibliography of ''sensation'' fiction and articles contributing to contemporary debate.