Names and Stories: Emilia Dilke and Victorian Culture

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IDENTIFIED WORKS BY E F. S. PATTISON/DILKE
Based in part on Claire Richter Sherman, Women as Interpreters of the Visual Arts (Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1981), 177-80; see also Marysa deMoor, "An Honourable Gentleman Revisted: Emilia Strong Pattison's Noted Entry into the World of Sir Charles Wentworth Dilke and the Athenaeum," Women's Writing 2 ( 1995): 201-19. Does not include reprints in American journals.
AS E. F. S. PATTISON

Books
Claude Lorrain, Sa vie et Ses Oeuvres. Bibliothèque International d'Art. Paris: T. Rouam, 1884.
The Renaissance of An in France. 2 vols. London: C. Kegan Paul and Co., 1879.

Articles and Titled Reviews
"Address" to Oxford Women's Provident and Protective League. Women's Union Journal, December 1884: 109.
"Art and Morality." (Review of Laprade, Le Sentiment de la Nature avant le Christianisme and Le Sentiment de la Nature chez les Modernes). Westminster Review, n. s. 35 ( January 1869): 66-83.
"Art Books." Three parts. Academy 7 ( 1 May 1875): 460-62; Academy 8 ( 30 October 1875): 460-62; ( 20 November 1875): 535.
"Bernard Palissy, the Potter." Portfolio 1 ( 1870): 189-91.
"Caldecott's Illustrations to Bracebridge Hall." Academy 11 ( 20 January 1877): 58.
"Carstens." Portfolio 1 ( 1870): 76-80.
"A Chapter of the French Renaissance." Contemporary Review 30 ( August 1877): 466-80.
"The Collection of M. Gambart at Les Palmiers, Nice." [Unsigned] Athenaeum ( 26 August 1876): 276-78.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents xi
  • Introduction Genres of Life-Writing 3
  • 1 - On Not Being an Orphan 19
  • 2 - Pictures and Lessons 39
  • 3 - Making a Marriage 74
  • 4 - Bodies Marriage, Adultery, and Death 108
  • 5 - The Resources of Style 162
  • 6 - French Vices 198
  • 7 - Renaissances 240
  • Notes 265
  • Identified Works by E F. S. Pattison/Dilke 341
  • Index 347
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