The Victorian period was one of enormous cultural diversity with
places for figures as different as Alfred Tennyson and Oscar Wilde.
Victorian Identities simultaneously celebrates that diversity
whilst drawing out the connections between disparate voices. With
essays on the 'Greats' of the period - Dickens, Tennyson, George
Eliot, Wilkie Collins and Wilde - as well as on the less well-known
sensation writer, Rhoda Broughton, and on the formation of
children's voices in Victorian literature - the collection rejects
narrow definitions of the period and its values, and exposes its
texts to readings informed by contemporary literary theory.
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