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Nineteenth-Century Media and the Construction of Identities

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Introduction
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    Chapter 2 George Newnes and the ‘loyal Tit-Bitites’: Editorial Identity and Textual Interaction in Tit-Bits
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    Chapter 3 ‘A Simulacrum of Power’: Intimacy and Abstraction in the Rhetoric of the New Journalism
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    Chapter 4 Journalistic Discourses and Constructions of Modern Knowledge
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    Chapter 5 A Centre that Would not Hold: Annuals and Cultural Democracy
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    Chapter 6 A Paradigm of Reading the Victorian Penny Weekly: Education of the Gaze and The London Journal
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    Chapter 7 From Street Ballad to Penny Magazine: ‘March of Intellect in the Butchering Line’
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    Chapter 8 ‘Penny’ Wise, ‘Penny’ Foolish?: Popular Periodicals and the ‘March of Intellect’ in the 1820s and 1830s
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    Chapter 9 ‘Women in Conference’: Reading the Correspondence Columns in Woman 1890–1910
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    Chapter 10 Dickens as Serial Author: A Case of Multiple Identities
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    Chapter 11 Authorship, Gender and Power in Victorian Culture: Harriet Martineau and the Periodical Press
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    Chapter 12 Work for Women: Margaret Oliphant’s Journalism
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    Chapter 13 Israel Zangwill’s Early Journalism and the Formation of an Anglo-Jewish Literary Identity
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    Chapter 14 America’s First Feminist Magazine: Transforming the Popular to the Political
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    Chapter 15 Coming Apart: The British Newspaper Press and the Divorce Court
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    Chapter 16 Saint Pauls Magazine and the Project of Masculinity
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    Chapter 17 The Agony Aunt, the Romancing Uncle and the Family of Empire: Defining the Sixpenny Reading Public in the 1890s
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    Chapter 18 ‘Gay Discourse’ and The Artist and Journal of Home Culture
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    Chapter 19 Bad Press: Thomas Campbell Foster and British Reportage on the Irish Famine 1845–1849
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    Chapter 20 The Nineteenth-Century Media and Welsh Identity
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    Chapter 21 ‘Long and Intimate Connections’: Constructing a Scottish Identity for Blackwood’s Magazine
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    Chapter 22 Making News, Making Readers: The Creation of the Modern Newspaper Public in Nineteenth-Century France
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    Chapter 23 The Virtual Reading Communities of the London Journal , the New York Ledger and the Australian Journal
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Nineteenth-Century Media and the Construction of Identities
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Springer, April 2016
DOI 10.1007/978-1-349-62885-8
978-1-349-62885-8, 978-1-349-62887-2, 978-0-312-23215-3

Brake, Laurel, Bell, B., Finkelstein, D.


Brake, Laurel, Bell, Bill, Finkelstein, David

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