A study of the connection between citizenship and friendship in Victorian fiction.
2004 | 264 pages | Cloth $65.00
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Pure Oliver, or Representation without Agency
Chapter 2. Constituting the National Subject: Benjamin Disraeli, Judaism, and the Legacy of William Beckford
Chapter 3. "Tancred" and the Character of Influence
Excursus. The Economic Judaism of Karl Marx
Chapter 4. The Lesser Holocausts of William Gladstone and Anthony Trollope
Chapter 5. The Music of Sapphic Friendship in George Eliot's "Daniel Deronda"
Chapter 6. Aesthetic Politics in Henry James's "The Tragic Muse"
Coda. Rethinking Friendship in Oscar Wilde's "An Ideal Husband"
A Note on Further Reading