|Introduction: The Possibility of the Novel1|
|Part I. Trading Places: Novelistic Politics and a Political Novel |
|1. Politics and Interpretive Discourse21|
|2. Fiction into Fiction37|
|3. The New Generation, the Political Subject, and the
Culture of Change52|
|Part II. Observation, Representation, and The Report on the
Sanitary Condition of the Labouring Population of Great Britain |
|4. The Novel and the Utilitarian71|
|5. Mr. Chadwick Writes the Poor86|
|6. Feminine Hygiene: Women in the
Sanitary Condition Report110|
|Part III. Washed in the Blood of the Lamb:
Religion, Radical Politics, and the Industrial Novel |
|7. Religion, the Novel, and Speaking for/of the Other125|
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Book title: Novel Possibilities:Fiction and the Formation of Early Victorian Culture.
Contributors: Joseph W. Childers - Author.
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press.
Place of publication: Philadelphia.
Publication year: 1995.
Page number: vii.
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