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The Resource Neo-victorian biofiction : reimagining nineteenth-century historical subjects, edited by Marie-Luise Kohlke and Christian Gutleben, (electronic book)

Neo-victorian biofiction : reimagining nineteenth-century historical subjects, edited by Marie-Luise Kohlke and Christian Gutleben, (electronic book)

Label
Neo-victorian biofiction : reimagining nineteenth-century historical subjects
Title
Neo-victorian biofiction
Title remainder
reimagining nineteenth-century historical subjects
Statement of responsibility
edited by Marie-Luise Kohlke and Christian Gutleben
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
NhCcYBP
Dewey number
823/.9209
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Kohlke, Marie-Luise
  • Gutleben, Christian
  • E.J. Brill (Firm)
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  • English fiction
  • English fiction
  • Biographical fiction, English
Target audience
adolescent
Label
Neo-victorian biofiction : reimagining nineteenth-century historical subjects, edited by Marie-Luise Kohlke and Christian Gutleben, (electronic book)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro -- Copyright -- Contents -- Contributors -- Taking Biofictional Liberties: Tactical Games and Gambits with Nineteenth-Century Lives -- 1 Reimagining Actual Lives -- 2 The Nineteenth Century's Prominence in Biofiction -- 3 Biofiction, Biography and Historical Fiction -- 4 The Pursuit of Intimacy Re-Voicing the Dead -- 5 Biofictional Empathy Versus Exposure -- 6 Biofictional Hermeneutics of Suspicion -- 7 Epistemological Disruption and Postmodern Truths -- 8 Neo-Victorian Biofiction's Dilemma with Ethics -- 9 Coda Hindsight or Foresight? -- Part 1: Truths and Post-Truths
  • Chapter 1 ""Who in the world am I?"": Truth, Identity and Desire in Biofictional Representations of Lewis Carroll and Alice Liddell -- 1 Unreliable Memories, Uncanny Selves -- 2 Reading/Reviving the Author -- 3 Reading Desire -- 4 Conclusion Biofictional Ethics -- Chapter 2 Fakery and Historical Figures in the Flashman Papers -- 1 Biofiction and Historiographic Metafiction -- 2 Honesty and Authenticity Abraham Lincoln -- 3 Hypocrisy The Seventh Earl of Cardigan -- 4 Sex and Feminism The Rani of Jhansi -- 5 Conclusion Balancing Biofiction and History
  • Chapter 3 Biofictional Author Figures and Post-authentic Truths -- 1 Biographilia, Biofictions, and a Culture of Rewrite -- 2 Biofictions Literary Lives and Cultural Memory -- 3 The Post-authentic An Encompassing Perspective -- 4 Realism and Historical Consciousness -- 5 Author Novels and Biofictions -- 6 Authorial Mise en Abyme in Neo-Victorian Biofictions -- 7 A Case Study Julian Barnes' Arthur & George -- 8 Biofictional Endings -- Chapter 4 The Silence and the Roar: Resonant Encounters with George Eliot -- 1 Under Scrutiny -- 2 Enduring Love Feminist Mystique and Critique
  • 3 Encountering Eliot through Middlemarch -- 4 Partial Truths and ""The Least Partial Good -- 5 Conclusion The Problem with Consuming Others' Lives -- Part 2: Forms of Otherness and (Re-)Othering -- Chapter 5 Us and Them? Joseph Merrick in Neo-Victorian Children's Fiction -- 1 Constructing the Other The Neo-victorian Freak Show -- 2 How the Elephant Became Merrick, Narrative and Genre -- 3 Telling Tales of 'Us' and 'Them' Vicary and Drimmer -- 4 One of Us? Michael Howell and Peter Ford -- 5 Conclusion Whose Story Is It, Anyway? -- Acknowledgement
  • Chapter 6 The Vivisectionist's Tale: Auto/Biographical Voice and the Queer Fictions of Empire in Ann Harries's Manly Pursuits -- 1 Life Writing and Biofiction as Vivisection -- 2 Shameful and Shameless Exposure -- 3 Betraying Confidences The Father Confessor -- 4 Queering the (Less Than) Eminent Victorian -- Chapter 7 Biofiction and Différance: Tracing Threads of (Neo-) Victorian Women Travellers in the Amelia Peabody Emerson Series -- 1 The Amelias Weaving a Derridean Web -- 2 Peters's Femininised Egyptology -- 3 Travel Writing and Neo-Victorian Biofiction
Control code
99988430359
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789004434356
Isbn Type
(eBook)
Lccn
2020024313
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Neo-victorian biofiction : reimagining nineteenth-century historical subjects, edited by Marie-Luise Kohlke and Christian Gutleben, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro -- Copyright -- Contents -- Contributors -- Taking Biofictional Liberties: Tactical Games and Gambits with Nineteenth-Century Lives -- 1 Reimagining Actual Lives -- 2 The Nineteenth Century's Prominence in Biofiction -- 3 Biofiction, Biography and Historical Fiction -- 4 The Pursuit of Intimacy Re-Voicing the Dead -- 5 Biofictional Empathy Versus Exposure -- 6 Biofictional Hermeneutics of Suspicion -- 7 Epistemological Disruption and Postmodern Truths -- 8 Neo-Victorian Biofiction's Dilemma with Ethics -- 9 Coda Hindsight or Foresight? -- Part 1: Truths and Post-Truths
  • Chapter 1 ""Who in the world am I?"": Truth, Identity and Desire in Biofictional Representations of Lewis Carroll and Alice Liddell -- 1 Unreliable Memories, Uncanny Selves -- 2 Reading/Reviving the Author -- 3 Reading Desire -- 4 Conclusion Biofictional Ethics -- Chapter 2 Fakery and Historical Figures in the Flashman Papers -- 1 Biofiction and Historiographic Metafiction -- 2 Honesty and Authenticity Abraham Lincoln -- 3 Hypocrisy The Seventh Earl of Cardigan -- 4 Sex and Feminism The Rani of Jhansi -- 5 Conclusion Balancing Biofiction and History
  • Chapter 3 Biofictional Author Figures and Post-authentic Truths -- 1 Biographilia, Biofictions, and a Culture of Rewrite -- 2 Biofictions Literary Lives and Cultural Memory -- 3 The Post-authentic An Encompassing Perspective -- 4 Realism and Historical Consciousness -- 5 Author Novels and Biofictions -- 6 Authorial Mise en Abyme in Neo-Victorian Biofictions -- 7 A Case Study Julian Barnes' Arthur & George -- 8 Biofictional Endings -- Chapter 4 The Silence and the Roar: Resonant Encounters with George Eliot -- 1 Under Scrutiny -- 2 Enduring Love Feminist Mystique and Critique
  • 3 Encountering Eliot through Middlemarch -- 4 Partial Truths and ""The Least Partial Good -- 5 Conclusion The Problem with Consuming Others' Lives -- Part 2: Forms of Otherness and (Re-)Othering -- Chapter 5 Us and Them? Joseph Merrick in Neo-Victorian Children's Fiction -- 1 Constructing the Other The Neo-victorian Freak Show -- 2 How the Elephant Became Merrick, Narrative and Genre -- 3 Telling Tales of 'Us' and 'Them' Vicary and Drimmer -- 4 One of Us? Michael Howell and Peter Ford -- 5 Conclusion Whose Story Is It, Anyway? -- Acknowledgement
  • Chapter 6 The Vivisectionist's Tale: Auto/Biographical Voice and the Queer Fictions of Empire in Ann Harries's Manly Pursuits -- 1 Life Writing and Biofiction as Vivisection -- 2 Shameful and Shameless Exposure -- 3 Betraying Confidences The Father Confessor -- 4 Queering the (Less Than) Eminent Victorian -- Chapter 7 Biofiction and Différance: Tracing Threads of (Neo-) Victorian Women Travellers in the Amelia Peabody Emerson Series -- 1 The Amelias Weaving a Derridean Web -- 2 Peters's Femininised Egyptology -- 3 Travel Writing and Neo-Victorian Biofiction
Control code
99988430359
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789004434356
Isbn Type
(eBook)
Lccn
2020024313
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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