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Neo-Victorian tropes of trauma

Marie-Luise Kohlke

Neo-Victorian tropes of trauma

the politics of bearing after-witness to nineteenth-century suffering

by Marie-Luise Kohlke

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Published by Rodopi in Amsterdam, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Historiography,
  • Psychic trauma in literature,
  • Literature and history,
  • English fiction,
  • History and criticism,
  • English Historical fiction,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Marie-Luise Kohlke and Christian Gutleben
    SeriesNeo-Victorian series -- v. 1, Neo-Victorian series -- v. 1.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR871 .N46 2010
    The Physical Object
    Pagination412 p. ;
    Number of Pages412
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25281151M
    ISBN 109042032308
    ISBN 109789042032309
    LC Control Number2011381712
    OCLC/WorldCa693810253

    Arias and Pulham have handsomely gathered eight essays which demonstrate the enormous critical potential of the tropes of haunting and spectrality in the field of Neo-Victorian Studies. Furthermore, the analysis of these tropes offered in the collection has proved to be a useful tool to expose and problematize both Victorian and contemporary. Neo-Victorian Tropes of Trauma: The Politics of Bearing After-Witness to Nineteenth-Century Suffering. Eds Marie-Luise Kohlke and Christian Gutleben. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1 – Google Scholar: Leys, Ruth. Trauma: A Genealogy. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Google Scholar: Moscucci, Ornelia.

    Neo-Victorian studies is found in the proliferation of critical volumes on the topic, which, in the same year, , included: Marie-Louise Kohlke’s and Christian Gutleben’s Neo- Victorian Tropes of Trauma: Th e Politics of Bearing Aft er-witness to Nineteenth-Century.   This volume provides highly relevant information about a wide range of theories and Neo-Victorian literary and visual texts. The essays have a critical potential in their approach to gender, sexual and social politics and tropes of trauma both in Victorian and contemporary representations, which make the volume fascinating and worth reading.

    Ghosts, ghost stories and the tropes of haunting and spectrality are recurrent topics in contemporary literature and criticism. (shelved 4 times as neo-victorian) avg rating — , ratings — published Want to Read saving.


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– Isabel M. Andrés Cuevas, University of Granada, in: Miscelánea: a Journal of English and American Studies 44 (), pp. "The volume covers an important gap in the state of the art in neo-Victorian studies, as it offers in-depth analyses, from the perspective of trauma theory, of a significant number of neo-Victorian fictions.

This collection constitutes the first volume in Rodopi’s Neo-Victorian Series, which explores the prevalent but often problematic re-vision of the long nineteenth century in contemporary culture. Here is presented for the first time an extended analysis of the conjunction of neo-Victorian fiction and trauma discourse, highlighting the significant interventions in collective memory staged by.

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Référence(s): Kohlke Marie-Luise, and Christian Gutleben, eds. Neo-Victorian Tropes of Trauma: The Politics of Bearing After-Witness to Nineteenth-Century dam: Rodopi, p. ISBN99 €. Examining works by writers including Michle Roberts, Michael Faber and A.S.

Byatt, this collection highlights the pervasive presence of the Victorian past in neo-Victorian novels through the tropes of haunting and spectrality, parallelling a renewed interest in the impact of the supernatural and the occult on Victorian individuals.

"This volume provides highly relevant information about a wide range of theories and Neo-Victorian literary and visual texts. The essays have a critical potential in their approach to gender, sexual and social politics and tropes of trauma both in Victorian and contemporary representations, which make the volume fascinating and worth reading.".

Ah, Victorian era Britain. A place of tumultuous social, cultural, and technological change that is unfairly remembered today as the embodiment of Medieval traditionalism with an anti-sexual conservatism that borders on ian Britain is significant for being the birthplace of the modern middle class, for the rapid and jarring transformation to a highly industrialized nation, the.

A particularly helpful aspect in Neo-Victorian Tropes of Trauma is the inclusion of the introductory section, which provides an informative overview of the chief concepts and ideas to be dealt with in the course of the book.

Tracing representations of re-imagined Victorian families in literature, film and television, and social discourse, this collection, the second volume in Rodopi's Neo-Victorian Series, analyses the historical trajectory of persistent but increasingly contested cultural myths that coalesce around the heterosexual couple and nuclear family as the supposed 'normative' foundation of communities.

entitled Neo-Victorian Families: Gender, Sexual and Cultural Politics shows once more the growing interest in the Victorian past on the part of both scholars in the academia and the public in general. The first volume edited by the series editors, Marie-Luise Kohlke and Christian Gutleben, Neo-Victorian Tropes of Trauma: The.

The neo-Victorian nation at home and abroad: Charles Dickens and traumatic rewriting / Dianne F. Sadoff ; Photography, trauma and the politics of war in Beryl Bainbridge's Master Georgie / Vanessa Guignery ; The neo-Victorian frame of Mitchell's Cloud atlas: temporal and traumatic reverberations / Celia Wallhead and Marie-Luise Kohlke.

Get this from a library. Neo-Victorian tropes of trauma: the politics of bearing after-witness to nineteenth-century suffering. [Marie-Luise Kohlke; Christian Gutleben] -- This collection constitutes the first volume in Rodopi's Neo-Victorian Series, which explores the prevalent but often problematic re-vision of the long nineteenth century in contemporary culture.

Neo-Victorian Tropes of Trauma: The Politics of Bearing After-Witness to Nineteenth-Century Suffering Michel Morel REFERENCES Kohlke Marie-Luise, and Christian Gutleben, eds. Neo-Victorian Tropes of Trauma: The Politics of Bearing After-Witness to Nineteenth-Century Suffering.

Amsterdam: Rodopi, p. ISBN99 €. Edited book views. Neo-Victorian Tropes of Trauma: The Politics of Bearing After-Witness to Nineteenth-Century Suffering (Neo-Victorian Series, vol. 1) / Marie-luise, Kohlke Swansea University Author: Marie-luise, Kohlke Abstract.

Wesseling, E. () ‘Unmanning Exoticism: The Breakdown of Christian Manliness in The Book of the Heathen’ in M.-L. Kohlke and C. Gutleben (eds) Neo-Victorian Tropes of Trauma: The Politics of Bearing After-Witness to Nineteenth-Century Suffering (Amsterdam: Rodopi), pp.

Book chapter views. The Neo-Victorian Frame of Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas: Temporal and Traumatic Reverberations / Marie-luise, Kohlke.

Neo-Victorian Tropes of Trauma: The Politics of Bearing After-Witness to Nineteenth-Century Suffering (Neo-Victorian Series, vol. 1), Pages: - Neo-Victorian Tropes of Trauma: The Politics of Bearing After-Witness to Nineteenth-Century Suffering.

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Neo-Victorian Tropes of Trauma: The.Review by Kym Brindle. Marie-Luise Kohlke and Christian Gutleben (eds.), Neo-Victorian Tropes of Trauma: The Politics of Bearing After-Witness to Nineteenth-Century Suffering (Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, ), pages.

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