Fiction, Famine, and the Rise of Economics in Victorian Britain and Ireland

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Index
Aarsleff, Hans 58, 59, 190–191n
abstraction, as principle of history; in Adair, Shafto 124; in Condillac, Etienne Bonnot 21–23, 45, 50, 118–119; in Rousseau, Jean-Jacques 26, 27; in Smith, Adam 30–33, 39, 43–47, 50, 63, 118–119; in Trevelyan, Charles 119–120, 121, 144
Acres, W. Marston 106, 199n
Adair, Shafto 123–127, 144, 182; on abstraction 124; on empire 126–127; on feudalism 125; on national character 123, 125–126; on potatoes 124; representation of writing 125–126; and Trevelyan, Charles 123–124
Akenson, D. H. 204n
Alborn, Timothy 203n
Amariglio, Jack 8
Anderson, Benedict 197n, 205n
Andréadès, A. 198n, 199n
Armstrong, Nancy 94
Arnold, Matthew 133
Babbage, Charles 136
Bagehot, Walter 75, 80, 103–105, 113; on
Bank Charter Act of 1844 103, 198n; “Charles Dickens” 77–78, 86, 98, 105; and gender 98, 104–105, 110; Lombard Street 103
Bailey, Samuel 60, 115
Bank of England 15, 95–100; Bank Charter Act of 1844 81–86, 87, 96, 110, 193; Dickens, Charles on 80, 94–99, 100, 127; as “Old Lady of Threadneedle Street” 98, 106, 127; Sara Whitehead, “The Bank Nun” 106; Francis, John on 166
Barthes, Roland 88–89, 107
Baudrillard, Jean 99, 186n
Bauer, Bruno 167, 173
Beecher, Catherine 138
Beer, Gillian 75, 197n
Bell, Eric Temple 189n
Benjamin, Walter 77, 197n; see also “homogeneous, empty time”
Bentham, Jeremy 66
Bhabha, Homi 126, 197n
Black, R. D. Collison 205n
Blaug, Mark 51, 195n
Bodenheimer, Rosemay 145
Bohm, Arnold 187n
Bouvet, Joachim 16
Boylan, Thomas 112, 198n
Brantlinger, Patrick 199n
Butt, Isaac 4, 123
Cairnes, John Elliot 113
Callari, Antonio 185n
Campbell, Collin 184n
Carlyle, Thomas 4; “Biography” 151–152, 154; Sartor Resartus 151
Castelyan, Mary 200n
castration, as trope; in Rousseau, Jean-Jacques 39; in Smith, Adam 39, 47–48, 63–64; see also masculinity, gender
Chaucer, Geoffrey 146
Childers, Joseph 208n, 210n
Chow, Rey 187n
Clapham, J. C. 85–98, 199n
Clifford, James 6
Cohen, Patricia Cline 189n
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor 4, 60, 66, 75
colonialism, see under empire
Comerford, R. V. 204n
Comte, Auguste 65–67, 152, 196n
Condillac, Etienne Bonnot, Abbé de 19–23, 58, 152, 190–191n; on abstraction 21–23, 71; on imagination 20–21; and Locke, John 19; on memory 20; and Mill, John Stuart 59; nineteenth-century reception 59; on reminiscence 20; and Rousseau, Jean-Jacques 19, 23–27, 33–34, 35; on signs 19–22, 45; and Smith, Adam 19, 23, 28–30, 36, 37, 45–49; theory of history 22–23, 50, 118–119
Connel, Philip 184n

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