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History and Cultural Memory in Neo-Victorian Fiction


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Acknowledgements Introduction: 'I told You we'd been invaded by Victoriana' Memory Texts: History, Fiction and the Historical Imaginary Contemporary Victorian(ism)s A Fertile Excess: Waterland, Desire and the Historical Sublime (Dis)Possessing Knowledge: A. S. Byatt's Possession: A Romance 'Making it seem like it's authentic': the faux-Victorian Novel as Cultural Memory in Affinity and Fingersmith 'The alluring patina of loss': Photography, Memory, and Memory Texts in Sixty Lights and Afterimage Conclusion: 'What will count as history?' Endnotes Bibliography Index A PDF version of this book is available for free in open access via the OAPEN Library platform, www.oapen.org.

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KATE MITCHELL is a Lecturer in English Literature at the Australian National University, Australia.

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