List of Entries

  1. A
  2. B
  3. C
  4. D
  5. E
  6. F
  7. G
  8. H
  9. I
  10. J
  11. K
  12. L
  13. M
  14. N
  15. O
  16. P
  17. Q
  18. R
  19. S
  20. T
  21. U
  22. V
  23. W
  24. X
  25. Y
  26. Z

A

  • Adultery
  • Aestheticism
  • Aestheticism and women poets
  • Affect
  • Afghanistan
  • Africa
  • Aguilar, Grace
  • Ainsworth, William Harrison
  • Allen, Grant
  • Allingham, William
  • American Victorian fiction and prose
  • American Victorian poetry
  • Animals
  • Annual and gift book
  • Arctic, the
  • Arnold, Edwin
  • Arnold, Matthew, poetry
  • Arnold, Matthew, prose
  • Art
  • Austin, Alfred
  • Australia

B

  • Ballad
  • Barnes, William
  • Barrie, James Matthew
  • Beerbohm, Max
  • Besant, Annie
  • Besant, Walter
  • Bildungsroman
  • Biography
  • Blessington, Lady (Marguerite Gardiner)
  • Blind readers and blind writers
  • Body, the
  • Boucicault, Dion
  • Braddon, Mary Elizabeth
  • Bridges, Robert
  • Broadsides
  • Brontë, Anne
  • Brontë, Charlotte
  • Brontë, Emily
  • Broughton, Rhoda
  • Browning, Elizabeth Barrett
  • Browning, Robert
  • Bulwer-Lytton, Edward
  • Burton, Richard Francis
  • Butler, Samuel

C

  • Caffyn, Kathleen Mannington
  • Caird, Mona
  • Cambridge Apostles
  • Canada
  • Caribbean in literature
  • Caribbean literature, anglophone
  • Carlyle, Jane Baillie Welsh
  • Carlyle, Thomas
  • Carroll, Lewis
  • Censorship
  • Chartist literature
  • Chesterton, Gilbert Keith
  • Children’s literature
  • China
  • Cholmondeley, Mary
  • Clare, John
  • Class
  • Classical culture
  • Clough, Arthur Hugh
  • Cobbe, Frances Power
  • Cognitive Studies
  • Collins, Wilkie
  • Colonial and postcolonial literature
  • Commonplace book
  • Conrad, Joseph
  • Cook, Eliza
  • Cooper, Thomas
  • Corelli, Marie
  • Corvo, Baron (Frederick William Rolfe)
  • Cosmopolitanism
  • Craik, Dinah Maria Mulock
  • Cullwick, Hannah and Munby, Arthur Joseph

D

  • Dance
  • Darwin, Charles
  • Davidson, John
  • Decadence
  • Degeneration
  • Detective fiction
  • Dialect poetry
  • Dickens, Charles, fiction
  • Dickens, Charles, journalism
  • Dickens, Charles, travel writing
  • Digital Studies
  • Disability
  • Disraeli, Benjamin
  • Dixon, Ella Hepworth
  • Domesticity
  • Dowson, Ernest
  • Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan
  • Dramatic monologue
  • Du Maurier, George

E

  • Eastern Europe
  • Education
  • Egerton, George
  • Elegy
  • Eliot, George, fiction
  • Eliot, George, poetry
  • Empire
  • Epic
  • Ethics
  • Eugenics
  • Ewing, Juliana Horatia

F

  • Fabian Society
  • Fairies
  • Fantasy
  • Farrar, Frederic W.
  • Fashion
  • Feminism
  • Field, Michael
  • Film
  • FitzGerald, Edward
  • Food
  • Formalism
  • France

G

  • Gaskell, Elizabeth
  • Gender
  • Germany
  • Gilbert and Sullivan
  • Gissing, George
  • Global Studies
  • Gore, Catherine
  • Gosse, Edmund
  • Gothic
  • Grand, Sarah
  • Gray, John
  • Greenwell, Dora
  • Griffith, George

H

  • Haggard, H. Rider
  • Hardy, Thomas
  • Henley, William Ernest
  • Henty, George Alfred
  • Historical writers and writing
  • Hood, Thomas
  • Hopkins, Gerard Manley
  • Horror fiction
  • Horticulture and botany
  • Housman, Alfred Edward
  • Howitt, Mary
  • Hughes, Thomas
  • Humor and wit

I

  • Illustrated newspaper
  • Illustration
  • India
  • India, English language poetry
  • Industrialism
  • Ingelow, Jean
  • Ireland
  • Irish famine
  • Irish poetry, 1832–1880
  • Irish poetry, 1880–1910
  • Italy

J

  • James, George Payne Rainsford
  • Japan
  • Japonisme
  • Jerome, Jerome K.
  • Jerrold, Douglas
  • Jews
  • Jewsbury, Geraldine
  • Johnson, Lionel
  • Journalism
  • Journalism, feminist
  • Juvenilia and juvenile writers

K

  • Keble, John
  • Kingsley, Charles
  • Kingsley, Henry
  • Kingsley, Mary
  • Kipling, Rudyard

L

  • Lang, Andrew
  • Langham Place Group
  • Latin America
  • Law
  • Le Fanu, Sheridan
  • Lear, Edward
  • Lee, Vernon
  • Lever, Charles
  • Levy, Amy
  • Lewes, George Henry
  • Liberalism
  • Libraries
  • Linton, Eliza Lynn
  • Literary criticism
  • Lyric

M

  • MacDonald, George
  • Machen, Arthur
  • Malet, Lucas (Mary St. Leger Kingsley)
  • Mangan, James Clarence
  • Marriage and courtship
  • Marryat, Florence
  • Marryat, Frederick
  • Marsh, Richard
  • Martineau, Harriet
  • Massey, Gerald
  • Material culture and things
  • Medicine
  • Medievalism
  • Melodrama
  • Memoirs and autobiography
  • Meredith, George
  • Merrick, Leonard
  • Mesmerism
  • Meynell, Alice
  • Mill, John Stuart
  • Modernism
  • Money and business
  • Moore, George
  • Morris, William
  • Morrison, Arthur
  • Motherhood
  • Music

N

  • Neo-Victorianism
  • Nesbit, Edith
  • New Woman fiction
  • New Zealand
  • Newman, John Henry
  • Newspapers
  • Norton, Caroline
  • Novel
  • Novel, adventure
  • Novel, diamond
  • Novel, factory
  • Novel, historical
  • Novel, Indian
  • Novel, Irish
  • Novel, Newgate
  • Novel, silver-fork
  • Novel, three-volume (triple-decker)
  • Novel, verse

O

  • Oliphant, Margaret
  • Orientalism
  • Ouida (Marie Louise Ramé)
  • Oxford movement

P

  • Pacific Islands
  • Pater, Walter
  • Pathetic fallacy
  • Patmore, Coventry
  • Penny fiction
  • Periodicals
  • Pfeiffer, Emily
  • Philanthropy
  • Photography
  • Pirates in publishing
  • Poetess
  • Poetry
  • Poetry, working-class
  • Political economy
  • Politics
  • Popular literature and culture
  • Pornography
  • Pre-Raphaelitism
  • Prisons
  • Procter, Adelaide Anne
  • Prose, nonfiction
  • Prosody
  • Prosopography
  • Prostitution
  • Protestant ethic and the novel
  • Psychology and psychiatry
  • Publishing and circulation

Q

  • Quixotism

R

  • Race
  • Reade, Charles
  • Reading
  • Realism
  • Reform in literature
  • Religion
  • Reynolds, G. W. M.
  • Riddell, Charlotte
  • Ritchie, Anne Isabella Thackeray
  • Robins, Elizabeth
  • Robinson, Agnes Mary Frances
  • Roget, Peter
  • Romance
  • Romanticism
  • Rossetti, Christina Georgina
  • Rossetti, Dante Gabriel
  • Ruskin, John
  • Russia
  • Rutherford, Mark (William Hale White)

S

  • Schreiner, Olive
  • Science
  • Science fiction
  • Science writers, female
  • Science writers, male
  • Scotland
  • Sensation fiction
  • Serialization
  • Servants in literature
  • Sewell, Anna
  • Sexuality
  • Shaw, George Bernard
  • Slavery
  • Sonnet
  • Spasmodics
  • Sport
  • Stevenson, Robert Louis
  • Stoker, Bram
  • Swinburne, Algernon Charles
  • Symonds, John Addington
  • Symons, Arthur
  • Sympathy

T

  • Technology
  • Technology and time
  • Temperance
  • Tennyson, Alfred Lord
  • Thackeray, William Makepeace
  • Theater
  • Tonna, Charlotte
  • Translation
  • Travel literature
  • Trollope family
  • Trollope, Anthony
  • Turner, Charles Tennyson

U

  • Utopia and dystopia

V

  • Vampires and vampirism
  • Victoria, Queen
  • Visual culture in literature

W

  • Wales
  • War
  • Ward, Mrs. Humphrey (Mary Augusta Ward)
  • Watson, Rosamund Marriott
  • Webster, Augusta
  • Wells, Herbert George
  • Wilde, Oscar
  • Wilde, Oscar, journalism
  • Women of letters
  • Wood, Ellen
  • Worboise, Emma Jane
  • Wordsworth, William

X

  • No Entries

Y

  • Yonge, Charlotte

Z

  • Zangwill, Israel


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