Dandies and Desert Saints: Styles of Victorian Masculinity

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Index
abasement, 47-48, 57, 141-42
Abrams, M. H., 165, 187n
Acton, William, 68
Alison, Archibald, 7-8, 1 1 1
Althusser, Louis, 45, 184, 203
Anderson, Amanda, 54
Armstrong, Nancy, 7, 13, 32, 33n, 51
Arnold, Matthew, 23, 33, 51-52, 69, 153, 159, 193, 199-200, 210; " Stanzas from the Grande Chartreuse," 76-77
Arnold, Thomas, 16, 39, 61-74, 79, 83, 85, 100, 108, 171, 187-88; attacks on Tractarianism, 87, 93-94, 97; ideal of Christian gentleman, 66-68, 74; and male fellowship, 61, 64, 71-74, 89; as model of charismatic self-discipline, 68-71, 76-77
asceticism: as self-fashioning, 10, 28-32, 35-40, 42-43, 103-4, 176-77, 211, 216; political economy as, 110-11
athleticism, 18, 109, 153, 176-81
Augustine of Hippo, 200
Bamford, T. W., 66, 85
Banton, Michael, 130n
Barrie, J. M., 152
Bartley, W. W., II, 203n
Baudelaire, Charles, 23, 35, 198, 210
Beerbohm, Max, 35, 227
Bellman, Beryl, 196n
Benjamin, Walter, 198-99, 203
Benson, A. C., 184n
Bhabha, Homi, 125
Bildung, 46, 153, 218
Bizup, Joseph, 163n
Bon, Gustave le, 192
Bourdieu, Pierre, 11
Bowen, Desmond, 93
Bradley, Ian, 44
Brantlinger, Patrick, 138-39
Brendon, Piers, 87, 92n
Bright, Michael, 80n, 93
Brilioth, Ingve, 79, 94-95
Bronte, Charlotte, 32, 100, 128n, 135
brotherhoods, 14, 16-17, 39, 52, 90-92, 97-98, 160, 171. See also secret societies
Brown, Ford Madox, 33-34, 155
Browning, Robert, 43, 101, 133n, 201-2, 221
Buchan, John, 216
Butler, Judith, 2
Butler, Samuel, 69
Byron, George Gordon, Lord, 52, 159, 201
Cameron, Julia Margaret, 32
Camus, Albert, 22
capitalists, 6, 35
Carlyle, Jane Welsh, 2gn
Carlyle, Thomas, 1, 4, 6, 16, 21-43, 50, 52-58, 60, 61, 97n, 113, 152-56, 166‐ 68, 175; The French Revolution, 155; Heroes and Hero-Worship, 23-24, 30-31, 36-41, 160; Past and Present, 16, 38-39, 63-64, 67, 159; Sartor Resartus, 16, 21‐ 22, 28-42

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