Novel Possibilities: Fiction and the Formation of Early Victorian Culture

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Index
Adshead, Joseph, 197n21
agency, 12, 14, 130-31; political, 54, 56, 60, 63-67
Althusser, Louis, 23, 105, 107
Arac, Jonathan, 78, 79
Armstrong, 183n4
Armstrong, Nancy, 4-5, 8, 12, 53, 63-67, 112
Ashton-under-Lyne, 101
Austin, Henry, 72, 74
Barmby, Goodwyn, 143
Bath, 92-93, 94, 95
baths, 99, 191n8
Baudrillard, Jean, 52, 53
Belsey, Catherine, 67
Bentham, Jeremy, 75; Constitutional Code, 75, 187n3
Birmingham, 115
Birmingham Political Union, 144 bluebooks, 13, 74, 76, 78
Bodeheimer, Rosemarie, 8, 183n4, 198n3
Booth, Charles, 171-72; Life and Labour of the People in London, 171-72
Bourne, Hugh, 195n12
Branlinger, Patrick, 12, 78
Briggs, Asa, 99, 127, 198n5
British Critic, 127
Brontë Charlotte6; Jane Eyre, 6
Brontë Emily, 6; Wuthering Heights, 6
Brougham, Henry, 76, 190n3
Bulwer-Lytton, Edward, 184n8, 193n1; Paul Clifford, 184n8
Bunting, Jabez, 143
Burke, Edmund, 25
Butler, Judith, 180
Carlyle, Thomas, 21-22, 51, 134; "Characteristics," 21, 54; Past and Present, 134.; "Signs of the Times,"134; Sartor Resartus, 21
Catholic Church, 192n2
Catholic emancipation, 22, 185n5, 192n2
Cazamian, Louis, 8, 35, 183n3
Chadwick, Andrew, 126
Chadwick, Edwin, 4, 7, 71-77, 80, 81-85, 87, 88, 90, 91, 125-26, 130, 137, 140, 165, 167, 190n2, 190n3, 192n9; Poor Law Report, 71, 76; "Preventive Police," 75; Report on the Sanitary Condition of the Labouring Population of Great Britain, 1842, 7, 13, 15, 71, 84-85, 86-109, 110-21, 125-26, 127, 180, 182, 190n3; Report and gender, 15; Report and domesticity., 112-21.
change, 1, 2, 3, 9-10, 21-25, 27, 28, 30, 32, 35, 57, 58-64, 72, 77, 163, 188n8, 189n9
charity, 93
chartism, 16, 25, 132, 133, 136, 142-45, 146- 47, 150-57, 173-75, 180, 194n4, 195n12, 196n13, 199n7
Chartist Circular, 142
Christian Socialism, 14-6, 157, 194n4
class and communication, 169
class identity, 180-81
class loyalty, 133, 135-36
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 51
Communist Chronicle, 143
communist churches, 143
Congregational Yearbook, 127
conservatism: political 53; interpretive 59, 60, 61, 68
contamination, 89-90, 91-92, 103-4, 108, 136
Corn Laws, 185n5
Cottom, Daniel, 8, 183n4
Davidoff, Lenore, 111, 113
democracy, 49-50
demoralization, 13, 92, 95-96, 106, 125, 127
Dickens, Charles, 6, 14, 72, 80, 74, 75, 82, 83, 84, 88; and realism, 82; American Notes, 72, 80, 81; David Copperfield, 6; Dombey and Son, 6, 35; Hard Times, 129; Little Dorrit, 192n1; Oliver Twist, 6, 14., 75, 83; Our Mutual Friend, 79, 121, 189n1; Pickwick Papers, 6, 14, 75, 82-83; Sketches by Boz, 14, 82, 90

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