Visualisation in Popular Fiction, 1860-1960: Graphic Narratives, Fictional Images

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First published 1995
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© 1995 Stuart Sillars

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Sillars, Stuart
Visualisation in Popular Fiction 1860-1960: Graphic
narratives, fictional images/Stuart Sillars.
p. cm.-(Narrative forms and social formations)
Includes bibliographical references and index.
1. English fiction-19th century-History and
criticism. 2. Popular literature-Great Britain-History and
criticism. 3. English fiction-20th century-History and
criticism. 4. Popular literature-Great Britain-
Illustrations. 5. Art and literature-Great
Britain-History. 6. Illustrated books-Great Britain-
History. 7. Illustration of books-Great
Britain. 8. English fiction-Illustrations. 9. Visual
communication. 10. Graphic arts. I. Title. II. Series.
PR878. I4S57 1995
823′. 80923-dc20 94-22787

ISBN 0-415-11914-6

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Plates viii
  • Acknowledgements x
  • 1 - The Nature and Function of Visualisation 1
  • 2 - Graphic Narratives 30
  • 3 - Fairy Palaces 52
  • 4 - Illustrated Magazines 72
  • 5 - Gone to Earth and 1920s Landscape Ideology 93
  • 6 - The Romantic Continuum 113
  • 7 - Eagle and the Morality of Visual Narratives 132
  • 8 - Working-Class F(R)Ictions 154
  • Notes 175
  • References and Further Reading 179
  • Index 185
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