Narrative in the Professional Age: Transatlantic Readings of Harriet Beecher Stowe, George Eliot, and Elizabeth Stuart Phelps

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Index

a
A
Advertising, nineteenth-century, 79 - 85 , 191 n39
Aesthetics, 12 - 15 , 155 - 156 n21, 156 n22
femininity, Victorian, and, 4 , 8 , 12 - 15 , 97 - 99 , 149 - 150
professionalism, and, 4 , 12 - 13
technologies of mass communication, and, 12
Adam Bede. See Eliot, George
Advertising Fictions. See Wicke, Jennifer
Advertising, nineteenth-century, 40 - 42 , 94 , 100 - 101 , 178 n17.
See also Eliot, George-Daniel Deronda;
Phelps [Ward], Elizabeth Stuart-Story of Avis, The;
Professionalism, culture of; Stowe, Harriet Beecher-Lady Byron Vindicated
Agnes of Sorrento. See Stowe, Harriet Beecher
à Kempis, Thomas, 54
Alcott [Nieriker], May, 126
American Women's Suffrage Association (AWSA), 160 - 161 n19
Anthony, Susan B., 28 - 31 , 160 - 161 n19, 182 - 183 n42
Antinous, 131 - 132
Armgart. See Eliot, George
Atlantic Double-Cross. See Weisbuch, Robert
Atlantic group. See Periodicals, nineteenth-century
Atlantic telegraph, 5 , 12 , 15 - 22 , 66
discourse of fact, and, 15 - 22
Garfield, James, death of, and, 21 - 22
metaphor, as, 17 - 18
professionalism, culture of, and, 15 - 18 , 21 - 22
sympathy, and, 21 - 22
Thoreau, Henry David, on, 16
Auerbach, Nina, 145
Aurora Leigh. See Barrett Browning, ElizabethAuthorship, 3 - 25 , 154 - 155 n20.
See also Eliot, George;
Phelps [Ward], Elizabeth Stuart;
Stowe, Harriet Beecher
advertising, and, 40 - 42
prostitution, and, 11 , 15 , 180 n30

b
B
Barrett Browning, Elizabeth, 36 - 37 , 184 n8, 189 n34
Beauty's Body. See Psomiades, Kathy
Beecher, Charles, 163 n35, 163 - 164 n40.
See also Stowe, Harriet Beecher-correspondence
Bledstein, Burton, 11 , 16 , 73 , 132 , 151 n3, 174 n21
Blumin, Stuart, 154 nn17-18
Bradbury, Malcolm, 5 , 7 , 152 nn9-10
Brodhead, Richard, 181 n37
Bulfinch's Mythology. See Bulfinch, Thomas
Bulfinch, Thomas, 188 n27
Burne-Jones, Edward, 178 n18, 179 n22
Byron scandal. See Stowe, Harriet Beecher

c
C
Centennial International Exhibition. See Commodity culture-world exhibitions
Chapters from a Life. See Phelps [Ward], Elizabeth Stuart
Child, Lydia Maria, 154 n18

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • List of Illustrations ix
  • List of Cited Collections xi
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Introduction 3
  • Chapter One - "You Are as Thoroughly Woman as You Are English" 27
  • Chapter Two - "The Wild and Distracted Call for Proof" 63
  • Chapter Three - "A More Living Interest" 87
  • Chapter Four - "Proclaiming the Royal Lineage to the Average Mind" 117
  • Afterword 149
  • Notes 151
  • Bibliography 193
  • Index 205
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