About the Encyclopedia of Victorian Literature
General Editors: Dino Franco Felluga
Purdue University, USA
Associate Editors: Pamela K. Gilbert & Linda K. Hughes
Texas Christian University, USA; University of Florida, USA
The Encyclopedia of Victorian Literature is a comprehensive, scholarly, authoritative, and critical overview of literature and theory comprising individual titles covering key literary genres, periods, and sub-disciplines. Available both in print and online, this ground-breaking resource provides students, teachers, and researchers with cutting-edge scholarship in literature and literary studies.
- Comprises over 330 cross-referenced entries ranging from 1,000 to 7,000 words, arranged in A-Z format
- Brings together an impressive team of established and emerging literary scholars from around the world, including Patrick Brantlinger, Regenia Gagnier, Catherine Gallagher, Kate Flint, and Herbert F. Tucker
- Features in-depth omnibus entries exploring major topics, including the novel, plays, poetry, and global Victorian studies, alongside succinct entries on themes such as cosmopolitanism, journalism, race, sexuality, and reading
- Explores the global influence of this literary era on countries and continents from Australia, Afghanistan, and the Arctic, to Africa, China, and the Caribbean
- Combines accessibility with an unmatched breadth of coverage and authoritative scholarship to offer an indispensable resource to the current state and future directions of Victorian literature
- Available online or as a four-volume print set
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