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(p. 717) Index

(p. 717) Index

The Academy 268
Acts of Parliament:
Abolition Act 131
Bank Charter Act 155, 157
Catholic Emancipation Act 336, 356
Chace Act 487, 498
Civil Divorce Acts 167
Contagious Diseases Acts 173, 586
Corrupt Practices Act 68
Criminal Law Act 196
Education Acts 278, 390, 487, 518
Factory Act 83
Infant Custody Acts 167
Irish Land Acts 153, 157, 158
Licensing Act 5, 662
Lord Campbell’s Act 196
Married Women’s Property Act 167
Matrimonial Causes Act 167
Obscene Publications Act 200
Old Age Pensions Act 180
Poor Law Amendment Act 69
Public Libraries Act 486
Reform Acts 27 108, 216–17, 605
Sunday Trading Act 325
Theatres Act 661–2
Theatres Regulation Act 5
Universities Tests Act 388
Acton, William:
The Functions and Disorders of the Reproductive Organs 166, 196
Addison, Joseph 33, 382
The Campaign 33
aesthetics and aestheticism 9–10, 202–3, 209, 269, 314, 327, 328, 598–616, 670, 641, 651, 706
Aesthetic Movement 77, 328, 600, 607, 652
aesthetic turn 89
and liberalism 116–17, 120
affect and affect theory 10, 88, 212, 226, 332, 344, 350, 583, 595, 692; see also emotions
Africa 110–11, 113, 124, 139–40, 183, 240–1, 245–9, 481
scramble for 112, 245
Ainsworth, W. H. 618
Boscobel or, The Royal Oak 618
Alcott, Louisa May:
‘Behind a Mask’ 170
Allen, Grant 75–6, 80–1 419, 424, 450, 518, 591–2
Physiological Aesthetics 591
amateur and amateurism 36
scientific amateurism 407, 440, 448, 450, 504
amateurism and theatre 494
America and Americans 110, 115, 120, 128, 138, 240, 254–5, 348, 381, 429, 441, 462, 482, 486, 498, 499, 518, 520, 522, 550; see also North America; see also United States
American Civil War 586
American drama 676–8, 686–7, 692, 694–7, 699
American magazines 518
American Revolutionary War 37, 279
and slavery 97, 522, 550
The Amulet 548, 549
angel in the house 169, 173, 297
angel of the frontier 297
anglo-saxon and anglo-saxonism 234, 236, 239, 240, 241, 242, 287, 299
Arendt, Hannah 116
The Argosy 130, 430, 431, 432, 433
Aristotle 640
‘Law of the Universal’ 78
(p. 718) Arnold, Ethel M.:
Platonics 207
Arnold, Matthew 1, 3, 8, 15, 75–78, 80–1, 116, 120, 144, 146, 234, 367–70, 373–4, 379–83, 389, 395–7, 404, 407, 418, 423, 427–8, 452–3, 460, 490, 539, 574–6, 604, 605, 606–7, 609
American lecture tour 539
Arnoldianism 20
Culture and Anarchy 1, 5, 7, 108, 368, 396, 604–5
‘Dover Beach’ 604–5
Essays in Criticism 369, 381–2
God and the Bible 368
Last Essays on Church and Religion 368
Literature and Dogma 368, 373, 380
Poems 76
St Paul and Protestantism 368
Arnold, Thomas 270, 272–3, 276, 358–9, 389, 492
Arts and Crafts movement 91
ascetics and asceticism 216, 353, 359–61, 364–5
Ashbee, Henry Spencer 176
Index Librorum Prohibitorum 176
Pisanus Fraxi 176
Atlantic Monthly 705
Atlantic slave trade 110
Athenaeum 71, 268–9, 663
Austen, Jane 175, 237, 313, 411
Mansfield Park 237, 239, 494
Pride and Prejudice 156, 237, 358
Baden-Powell, Robert:
Scouting for Boys 281
Baedeker, Karl 236
Bagehot, Walter 73, 144, 155, 156, 423
The English Constitution 108
Bakhtin, Mikhail 93
Balfour, Arthur 65
Ballantyne, R. M. 259–611
The Coral Island 259
Barrett Browning, Elizabeth 217, 338, 369–70, 392, 474, 491
Aurora Leigh 474, 569; see also Brownings, Robert and Elizabeth
Barrie, J. M. 195
Tommy and Grizel 49
Baudelaire, Charles 15, 461
Baudrillard, Jean 153
Beardsley, Aubrey 173, 324, 494
Bedborough, George 198
Adult 198
Bedlam 164
Beerbohm, Max 604, 677
Belgravia 433, 513, 517
Benjamin, Walter 153, 602, 643, 663
‘The Task of the Translator’ 643
Bennett, Arnold 171
Bentham, Jeremy 28–9, 104, 105, 110, 143–6, 148, 150, 151, 154, 156, 157, 353, 609–11
An Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation 145
‘Manual of Political Economy’ 146
‘Table of the Springs of Action’ 146
Bernhardt, Sarah 500, 676–9
Besant, Annie 339
Besant, Walter 171, 499
Bible and biblical 331, 334, 336–8, 343, 344, 352–3, 358, 368, 370–4, 378, 380–3, 385, 391–4, 490, 502
Blackwood family 53, 486
Blackwood, Alexander 486
Blackwood, Isabella 45, 53, 56, 60
Blackwood, John 45, 53, 56, 487, 515–17, 580
Blackwood and Sons 510, 515
Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 36, 48, 272, 430, 510, 543
Blackwood’s Magazine 36, 58–60, 190, 418, 509, 513, 515, 517
Blackwood, William 510, 515
Blake, William 91, 119, 144, 322, 342, 640, 646
Blavatsky, Helena Petrovna 342
Bluestockings 162
The Bookman 268–70, 281
Booth, Catherine 392
Booth, Charles 179, 182, 310
The Aged Poor in England and Wales 179
Inquiry into Life and Labour in London 313
Booth, William 387
Borderland 429
Boswell’s Life of Johnson 35, 47
Boucicault, Dion 675, 687, 689, 698
The Colleen Bawn 497
(p. 719) The Corsican Brothers 689
The Flying Scud 698
Boys of the Empire 246
Boys of England 246
Braddon, Mary Elizabeth 46, 432–3, 459, 471, 494, 513, 517, 647, 657
Aurora Floyd 70, 432
The Doctor's Wife 46
‘Good Lady Ducayne’ 184–5, 188
Lady Audley’s Secret 45, 169, 244, 647
British Quarterly Review 276, 395
Brontë, Anne 335
The Tenant of Wildfell Hall 165, 647
Brontë, Charlotte 116, 125, 332, 337, 352–3, 549, 550
Jane Eyre 132–3, 148, 164–5, 170, 205, 238–9, 337, 353, 359, 361, 370–2, 384, 386, 397, 467, 647
Shirley 152
Villette 170, 648
Brontë, Emily:
Wuthering Heights 73, 165, 237, 238, 393
Brontës 165, 175, 335, 550
Brontë sisters 550
Brontë Society 555
Brooke, Emma Frances:
A Superfluous Woman 170
Transition 207
brothels 195, 199
Brown, Isaac Baker 163–4, 166
Brown-Sequard, Charles Edourard 189
Browning, Robert 119–20, 238, 335, 357, 421, 496, 535–7, 663, 269
‘Andrew del Sarto’ 648
‘The Bishop Orders his Tomb’ 648
‘Fra Lippo Lippi’ 357–8, 566, 568, 648
‘My Last Duchess’ 648
‘Pictor Ignotus’ 648
The Ring and the Book 393
Browning, Robert and Elizabeth 79, 361
Buchanan, Robert 474, 611
‘The Fleshly School of Poetry' 474
Bulwer Lytton, Edward 513, 515, 663, 705
Bunyan, John 394, 430
The Pilgrim’s Progress 394
Burke, Edmund 110, 252–7, 565, 670
Burlington Magazine 607
Burne-Jones, Edward 620, 633
Burns, Robert 83, 88
Butler, Josephine 173
Butler, Judith 174, 214
Butler, Samuel:
The Way of All Flesh 352, 385
Byron, George Gordon 83, 87–8, 493
Caine, Thomas Hall 663
Caird, Mona 171
The Daughters of Danaus 170
The Morality of Marriage 170
Campbell, Mrs Patrick 177, 675, 680
‘Cannibal Club’ 199
Capitalism 6, 106, 117–18, 124, 126–131, 133, 136–8, 182, 187, 263, 276, 473, 523, 661, 691, 696
Carleton, William:
The Black Prophet 243
The Emigrants of Ahadarra 243
Carlyle, Jane Welsh 50–1
Carlyle, Thomas 35, 47–50, 54, 58, 73, 75, 81, 83, 144, 218, 353, 358, 367–369, 376, 377–8, 380–1, 383, 460, 472–3, 498, 541, 566, 569, 584, 639, 640
Heroes and Hero-Worship 367, 376–7, 541
‘The Nigger Question’ 144
‘sage of Chelsea’ 73
Sartor Resartus 35, 48, 150, 154
‘Signs of the Times’ 472, 473
Carlyle, Thomas and Jane 555
Carpenter, Edward 176, 203
Carpenter, W. B. 436
Carroll, Lewis 195, 233
Cassell’s Illustrated Paper 509
Castlereagh, Robert Stewart 89
celebrity 7, 392, 497, 507, 513, 539–558, 291, 658
Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 507, 509–11
Chambers, Robert 494
Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation 240, 442, 445, 494–5
Chameleon 193
Charcot, Jean-Martin 180
Chartism 83–102, 106, 319, 321
and fiction 69
(p. 720) and periodicals 91, 94, 98, 100–1
and poetry 72, 119
Chesterton, G. K. 310, 335, 342, 396
Cholmondeley, Mary:
Pottage 170
Church of England 352, 356, 358, 388, 389
Church of Scotland 52–4, 57
circulating libraries 46, 481, 485, 513–15; see also Mudie’s
Cleave’s Gazette of Variety 93–4
Clough, Arthur Hugh 119, 338
Cobbe, Frances Power 426, 435, 436
‘Criminals, Idiots, Women, and Minors’ 167–8
‘Dreams as Illustrations of Unconscious Cerebration’ 435
‘Unconscious Cerebration’ 435
Cockton, Henry:
Valentine Vox, the Ventriloquist 70
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor 29, 47, 88, 336, 611, 640
Collins, Wilkie 337, 459, 471, 509, 511–15, 545–6, 554
Armadale 131, 514
The Moonstone 539
No Name 494
‘The Unknown Public’ 543–4
The Woman in White 70, 471, 491, 513
Colonialism 111–12, 137, 139, 252, 257, 260
Communism 109
Conan Doyle, Arthur 118, 310, 494, 518, 627
Sherlock Holmes 310, 312, 544, 627
Conrad, Joseph 254, 262, 264–7, 312
Heart of Darkness 247, 312
Lord Jim 254, 260–7, 528
Conservative Party 104, 111
Contemporary Review 424, 426, 436, 474, 502, 520
Cook, Thomas 236
Cooper, Thomas 83, 85–6, 89–91, 101, 119
Cooper’s Journal or Unfettered Thinker 85
‘ “Merrie England”— No More!’ 96
The Purgatory of Suicides 89–90, 96
‘Shakespeare Chartist Association’ 101
copyright 47, 482, 486–7, 492–9, 501, 516
international copyright 498, 520, 545
revised Copyright Bill 552
Corelli, Marie 342, 377
Cornhill Magazine 416, 418, 511, 513, 516, 517, 519, 621
Cosmopolitanism 2, 129–30
Courthope, William John 77–81
History of English Poetry 78
Life in Poetry: Law in Taste 77
Craik, Dinah 511–12, 647
John Halifax, Gentleman 215
Mistress and Maid 632
Olive 284–5, 293, 295, 647, 682
see also Mulock, Dinah
Crane, Walter 91
crime 94, 109, 298, 315, 494
war crime 32, 34, 39–40
The Critic 220, 510
Cruikshank, George 626, 632, 671
The Bottle 671
The Drunkard’s Children 672
Cushman, Charlotte 205, 677
Daily Mail 226, 494
Daily Telegraph 196, 200
Dante Alighieri 638–9, 640, 643
Divine Comedy 639
Purgatorio 639, 643
Darwin, Charles 15, 70, 233–5, 242, 407, 412, 417–420, 422, 427, 438, 440–1, 501, 587–9
Darwinism 427, 432–3, 495, 689
Literary Darwinism 411
The Descent of Man 234
The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals 581
The Origin of Species 234, 416, 431–2, 441–7, 449, 451–2, 494–5
The Voyage on the Beagle 234, 442, 451
(p. 721) Darwin, Erasmus:
The Temple of Nature 445
Daubeny, Ulric:
‘The Sumach’ 185–6
Davenport, Allen:
The Life and Literary Pursuits of Allen Davenport 84–5
Dawson, Catherine 203
Decadence 2, 174, 500, 598, 614, 653
Derrida, Jacques 153, 525, 526
Dickens, Charles 5, 29, 99–100, 116, 118, 125, 133, 150, 164–5, 174, 236, 237, 244, 247, 253, 310–20, 324–6, 331, 337–8, 352, 354, 377, 385, 391–3, 405, 433–4, 438, 440–3, 459, 462, 464–5, 475, 484, 486, 493, 498, 502, 504–5, 507–514, 516–18, 521, 524, 537, 610, 618, 620–2, 626–7, 629–30, 667–8, 689
All the Year Round 236, 434, 438, 508, 513, 682, 692
American lecture tour 498, 547
American Notes 236
Bleak House 148, 153, 170, 205, 238, 337, 385, 504, 512
A Christmas Carol 500
David Copperfield 243–4, 337, 385, 512, 629, 632
Dickens Universe 19
Dombey and Son 100, 120, 126–7, 236, 247
Great Expectations 38, 45, 142, 146, 215, 237–8, 242, 244, 513, 524
Hard Times 7, 150, 459, 512, 610
Household Words 100, 434, 464, 507, 508, 509, 511, 512, 513, 514, 517, 518, 521, 668
Little Dorrit 133, 156, 317, 352, 512
Master Humphrey’s Clock 621
The Mystery of Edwin Drood 627
Old Curiosity Shop 484, 621
Oliver Twist 69, 316, 354, 626
Our Mutual Friend 70, 486, 516
The Pickwick Papers 618
Pictures from Italy 236, 319
Sketches by Boz 310
A Tale of Two Cities 438, 513
The Uncommercial Traveler 236, 318
Dilke, Charles 111
Greater Britain 236
Disraeli, Benjamin 65, 72, 111, 114, 118, 240
Coningsby 72
Endymion 516
Sybil 72, 96, 98
Tancred 72, 240
‘Young England’ trilogy 72
Dixon, Ella Hepworth:
The Story of a Modern Woman 170
Dodgson, Charles 195
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland 233, 280, 675
Donaldson, Joseph 36
Recollections of an Eventful Life, chiefly passed in the army 36
Donizetti, Domenico Gaetano Maria:
La Fille du Régiment 220
Doubleday, Thomas:
Political Pilgrim’s Progress 95–6
Douglas, Lord Alfred 193
‘Two Loves’ 193–4
Du Maurier, George 617, 619, 622–3, 635
Trilby 544
see also Potter, Paul
Dunne, Mary Chevalita 194
Durkheim, Émile 266
East India Company 55, 111, 134, 157, 218, 223, 224, 246
Eccles, Charlotte O’Conor 190, 557
‘How Women Can Easily Make Provision for Their Old Age’ 190
The Rejuvenation of Miss Semaphore 190–1
see also Hall, Godfrey
eco-criticism 18
Edgeworth, Maria 35
Castle Rackrent 35
Essays on Professional Education 223
Edinburgh Review 56, 60, 134, 358, 276–8
education 166, 214, 233
and religion 384–397
Revised Code or ‘Lowe’s Code’ 70
of soldiers 217
women’s 190
Egerton, George 161
‘Virgin Soil’ 161–2
Eliot, George 17, 19, 29, 47, 70, 116, 119, 121, 125, 150, 206, 253, 331, 337, 378, 418, 423, 426, 456, 459, 462, 466, 491, 515–7, 550, 569–70, 580, 588, 612, 638
(p. 722) Adam Bede 149, 393, 456, 515, 569
Daniel Deronda 19, 151, 536, 588
Felix Holt 70, 108, 122, 516
‘On the Influence of Rationalism’ 423
The Lifted Veil 29
Middlemarch: A Study of Provincial Life 19, 29, 125–6, 168–9, 235, 237, 358, 441, 466, 648
The Mill on the Floss 148, 150, 208, 360, 515, 580
Romola 119, 516, 622, 638, 642, 647
Scenes of Clerical Life 515, 517
Eliot, T. S. 248, 342
Eliza Cook’s Journal 508, 511
Elliott, Ebenezer:
Corn Law Rhymes 135
Ellis, Havelock 176, 197, 199
autobiography 199
Sexual Inversion 197–8, 200, 202
Studies in the Psychology of Sex 199–200
and Symonds, John Addington 197
Elmy, Elizabeth Wolstenholme 172
Emerson, Ralph Waldo 120, 421, 522
emotions 9–10, 28, 30, 559–596
Empire 27, 233–249, 368
Engels, Friedrich 84, 120, 124, 316–17
The Communist Manifesto 109
and Marx 109
English Chartist Circular 85, 87, 94
Englishman’s Magazine 518
eugenics 242, 424, 450
Evans, Mary Ann 360
Evans, Marian 418, 515–17, 550
Evening Citizen 227
Examiner 71, 420, 519
exhibitions:
the Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of all Nations 112, 130, 236, 245, 487
International Health Exhibition (1884) 425
London International Exhibition (1862) 112
The Family Herald, or Useful Information and Amusement for the Million 508–9, 512
Fanu, Sheridan Le 517
femininity 170, 174, 176, 178, 188–9, 205, 294, 298, 300–1, 351, 427, 550, 677, 679
Feminism 4, 15, 171–2, 181, 301–2
Ferrero, Guglielmo 176
The Female Offender 176
Field, Michael 202–3, 206, 342, 365, 606, 648
Bradley, Katharine 202, 365, 648
Cooper, Edith Emma 365, 648
‘It was deep April’ 206
Sight and Song 648
Fielding, Henry 35, 215
Jonathan Wild 35
Figaro in London 95
fin de siècle 29, 77, 173, 179, 268, 275, 312, 316, 321–5, 591, 648
and decadence 170, 578
studies 2
Foot, Jesse 35
The Lives of Andrew Robinson Bowes, Esq. and the Countess of Strathmore 35
Memoirs of Casanova 35
Forster, John 487, 499, 507, 511
Life and Adventures of Oliver Goldsmith 47
Forsyth, William:
Novels and Novelists of the Eighteenth Century 196
Fortnightly Review 70, 121, 421, 423, 424, 425, 553, 590, 591, 592, 597
Foucault, Michel 4, 16, 115–16, 119–20, 143, 153, 162, 180, 312, 351, 353, 655
The History of Sexuality 162, 350
France and French 216, 252, 263, 265, 272, 290, 328, 360, 369, 381, 388, 407, 422, 428–9, 442, 445, 605, 618, 620, 653, 661, 671, 686–7, 703
French Revolution 74–5, 77, 94, 99, 162, 575
Freud, Sigmund 153, 176, 197, 365, 423–4, 430, 436
Totem and Taboo 423–4
Friendship’s Offering 519
Frost, Thomas
The Secret 98
Froude, James Anthony 256, 257, 375
The Nemesis of Faith 375
Oceana, or England and Her Colonies 236
(p. 723) Galt, John 135
Galton, Francis 242, 419, 424–5, 435, 450
Gaskell, Elizabeth 47, 50, 70–1, 175, 247, 253, 355, 440, 459, 473, 508, 511, 514, 549, 550
Cranford 154, 236, 247, 527
Life of Charlotte Brontë 47, 50
Mary Barton 69, 71, 83–4, 154, 243, 440, 459, 473, 511
North and South 69, 459, 512, 514
Ruth 355
The Gem 519
Germany and German 239, 272, 302, 337, 375, 381, 620
Gilbert and Sullivan 500
Gilman, Charlotte Perkins 165, 551
‘The Yellow Wallpaper’ 165
Gissing, George 116, 319, 320, 321, 365, 555, 556
Demos 244
New Grub Street 321, 555, 556, 557
The Odd Women 181, 365
Gladstone, William 46, 65, 118, 121, 554
Glasgow Record 227
Godwin, William 354
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang 47
Good Words 350, 390, 520
Gordon, General Charles George 245
Gosse, Edmund 46, 424, 454
The Aquarium 454
Father and Son 454
A Naturalist’s Rambles on the Devonshire Coast 454, 456
The Romance of Natural History 454
A Short History of Modern English Literature 78
Tenby: A Sea- Side Holiday 454
gothic 32, 127, 130–3, 140, 179, 180–1, 183, 185, 188, 203, 238, 338, 347, 356, 366, 390, 313, 318, 322, 326, 649, 688
Grand, Sarah 181, 551
American lecture tour 551
The Beth Book: Being a Study from the life of Elizabeth Caldwell Maclure, a Woman of Genius 181, 170
The Heavenly Twins 170, 171, 172, 181
Ideala 170
Green, T. H. 104, 107–9
Greenwood, James 310, 692
‘A Night in a Workhouse’ 692
Grossmith, George and Weedon:
The Diary of a Nobody 500
Gurney, Edmund 429
Habermas, Jurgen 116
Haggard, H. Rider 342, 285, 291–3, 296–303, 308–9
Allan Quatermain 246
Benita: An African Romance 299–300, 302
The Ghost Kings 299–300, 302
Jess 291, 297–8
King Solomon’s Mines 139–40, 183, 246, 297
She 183, 246
Hall, Godfrey 190
Hallam, Arthur 209, 518
Hardy, Thomas 81, 280–1, 364, 365, 382, 388, 389, 425, 441, 500, 517, 518, 555
‘Drummer Hodge’ 280–1
Jude the Obscure 172, 364, 382, 383, 389, 425
Tess of the D’Urbervilles 365, 500
Harkness, Margaret 70
A City Girl 70
Law, John 70
Harney, George Julian 86
Harper’s Magazine 518
Hawthorne, Nathaniel 642
The Marble Faun 642
Hazlewood, Colin 692
The Casual Ward 692
Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich 104, 107–8, 564
Heidegger, Martin 333, 342, 344–6, 349–50
Hemans, Felicia 203, 237, 548, 549
‘Woman and Fame’ 548–9
Henty, G. A. 270, 291
Hogarth, William 632, 672
Marriage A-la-Mode 672
The Rake’s Progress 672
homosexuality 193–209, 362, 363, 602, 612
(p. 724) Hopkins, Gerard Manley 331, 335, 348, 360, 535, 568
‘Harry Ploughman’ 203
Horace 640
Horne, R. H. 511, 584, 585
Orion 136
Hosmer, Harriet 205
Howitt’s Journal 508, 511
Hughes, Thomas 270, 275–7, 359, 393
Tom Brown at Oxford 359
Tom Brown’s School Days 175, 269–71, 176, 178, 280, 282
Humboldt, Wilhelm von 105
Huxley, Aldous 410, 518
Ibsen, Henrik 424, 500, 591, 664, 678, 681, 683
Ghosts 172
Illustrated London News 91, 242
India and Indian 110–15, 122, 124, 136, 154, 158, 218–19, 223–4, 235–6, 240, 244–9, 251, 253–5, 257, 265–7, 284–6, 290, 338, 528
Indian rebellion 91, 111–13, 245, 359
Individualism 103–6, 109, 117, 259, 261–5, 305, 606, 613–14, 691
Ireland and Irish 110–11, 113, 237, 240, 243–4, 246, 248, 255, 257, 265–7, 270, 277, 287, 335, 463, 482, 489, 492, 500, 521, 676
famine 242, 243
and home rule 103
rebellion 94
Irving, Edward 45–61, 392
Irving, Henry 554, 659, 661, 663, 693
Italy and Italian 400, 429, 639, 643, 645, 647, 649, 676
Italian Risorgimento 119
Jamaica 105, 113, 238, 249
Jamaican uprising 586
James, Henry 29–30, 69–71, 73, 118, 202, 322–3, 702–716
The Aspern Papers 48–9
‘The Future of the Novel’ 71
The Golden Bowl 710, 711
The Portrait of a Lady 612–13, 704–7, 712
The Princess Casamassima 322
A Small Boy and Others 711, 715
The Spoils of Poynton 705, 707
The Tragic Muse 65–9, 712, 713, 714, 715
The Turn of the Screw 170, 706
James, M. R. 688
James, William 365, 383, 420–1, 589, 593
Jameson, Fredric 153, 528
Jerrold, Douglas 641, 673, 687, 692
Black- Ey’d Susan 687
Mutiny at the Nore 692
The Rent Day 673
Jevons, William Stanley 144
The Theory of Political Economy 146, 156
Johnson, Samuel 35; see also Boswell’s Life of Johnson
Jones, Ernest 85–87, 89–91, 100–1
De Brassier: A Democratic Romance 96, 98
The New World 90–1
The Revolt of Hindostan 91
The Romance of a People 98
The Maid of Warsaw 91
Woman’s Wrongs 94, 100–1
Jones, Henry Arthur 663, 665–6
Jowett, Benjamin 602
Kant, Immanuel 104–5, 116, 119, 526–7, 562, 564, 577, 590, 592
Kaye, John William:
People of India 240
Keats, John 234, 362, 537, 566, 575
Keble, John 331–2, 336–7, 342–5, 382, 391
The Keepsake 519
Kingsley, Charles 70, 276, 278, 358–9, 360–3, 434–5, 455
Alton Locke 69–70, 97, 244, 358
Recollections of Geoffrey Hamlyn 242
Two Years Ago 175
Westward Ho! 241, 358
Kipling, Rudyard 239, 246, 254, 265–6, 268, 270, 275, 280, 518
Jungle Books 280
Stalky and Company 275, 280
Knox, Robert 240
(p. 725) The Races of Men 233
Krafft-Ebing, Richard von 176
Pyschopathia Sexualis 197
Labouchère, Henry:
the Labouchère Amendment 196
Lacan, Jacques 153
Ladies Journal 190
Ladies Pictorial 190
Lamarck, Jean-Baptiste 445
Philosophie zoologique 445
The Lancet 180, 470
Lanchester, Edith 171
Lang, Andrew 424
Lawrence, George Alfred:
Guy Livingstone 226
Laws:
Corn Law 134–5
Corn Law (repeal) 151–2, 157
Navigation Laws 134–5
Poor Law 70, 91, 116, 148–9, 157, 584
Poor Law Commission 179; see also Poor Law Amendment Act
Leavis, F. R. 1–4, 6, 10, 13, 18–19, 143, 404–5, 460
Leavis, Q. D. 5
Fiction and the Reading Public 5
Lee, Vernon 203, 518, 593–4, 596, 600, 613
‘Lady Tal’ 201
Lefebvre, Henri 312, 435
Legitimation League 171
Leighton, Frederic 516, 622, 637–9, 643
L.E.L. (Letitia Landon) 203, 548
lesbianism and lesbians 194, 197, 199, 202–8, 362, 364
Lever, Charles 626
Confessions of Harry Lorrequer 626
Levy, Amy 207, 335, 364
A Ballad of Religion and Marriage’ 364
‘To Lallie (Outside the British Museum)’ 207
Lewes, George Henry 47, 416, 418, 420, 423–4, 450, 454, 509–10, 515–17, 550, 581, 676–7
Ranthorpe 541
Lewis, Leopold 687
The Bells 687, 689, 692–3
Lewis, M. G.:
The Castle Spectre 688–9
Liberalism 28, 103–123, 157, 279, 358
and aestheticism 116–17, 120
Liberal Party 103, 106, 112–3, 157
life writing 35, 45–61
autobiography 30, 35, 48, 60
biography 35, 45–61, 500, 517, 620, 639
Christ biography 377–8, 380
memoir 30, 32, 35–6, 45–57, 335, 511
and nationality 59–61
Linton, E. J. 86, 89–91, 171, 178, 435, 511–12
Bob Thin; or the Poorhouse Fugitive 91
English Republic 91
‘The Girl of the Period’ 168
Ireland for the Irish 95
‘Modern Man- Haters’ 168
‘The Modern Revolt’ 168
The National 91
Lippincott’s Magazine 614
lithography 482, 672
Livingstone, David:
Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa 55, 245
Lloyd’s Weekly Newspaper 508
Locke, John 104–5, 110
Lofft Junior, Capel 92
Ernest; Or Political Regeneration 92
Lombroso, Cesare 176
The Female Offender 176
London Journal, and Weekly Record of Literature, Science and Art 99, 508–9, 512
London Magazine 36–7
London Society 513, 517
London Society for the Extension of University Teaching 65
Longman’s Magazine 517
Lyell, Charles 432, 445
Principles of Geology 445
Macaulay, Thomas Babington 110, 113–14, 487, 498
MacDonald, George 394, 395
Annals of a Quiet Neighbourhood 394
At the Back of the North Wind 394
Dealing with the Fairies 394
(p. 726) The Princess and the Goblin 394
MacKay, Charles 242
‘The Emigrants’ 242
Mackenzie, Robert Shelton 626
Macmillan, Alexander 510, 514, 519–20
Macmillan’s Magazine 57, 416, 419–20, 430, 434–6, 510, 513–15, 517, 519–20, 553, 632
Macmillan publishers 56–7
Magna Carta 107
Malthus, Robert Thomas 144–5, 148–51, 154, 156, 353–4, 446
Essay on the Principle of Population 148–9, 353, 446
Marchant, Bessie 291
Marryat, Florence 513, 517, 676
Facing the Footlights 676
Marryat, Frederick 152, 246, 258
Frank Mildmay 259
Masterman Ready 259
Mr. Midshipman Easy 258
Peter Simple 70, 259
Poor Jack 259
Marryat, Thomas 270
Martineau, Harriet 116, 136, 144, 152, 156, 244, 491, 508, 511–12, 540–2, 548, 550–1, 558, 632
The Anglers of the Dove 632
Dawn Island 135, 152
Illustrations of Political Economy 541, 550
‘The Loom and the Lugger’ 135
‘Sowers, Not Reapers’ 135
Marvell, Andrew 88
Marx, Eleanor 171
Marx, Karl 109, 124, 143–4, 150, 153–4, 156, 240, 316, 460–1, 473–4, 522–4, 537
Capital 150, 461, 522–3
The Communist Manifesto 109
and Engels 109
Marxism 15, 275, 460, 594, 661
masculinity and manliness 95, 165, 172, 174–5, 211–229, 334, 586, 602
and emotions 212, 218–20, 228
military masculinity 211–229, 272, 586
Massey, Gerald 85–6, 89–91
Masterman, Charles:
The Heart of the Empire 248–9
Maudsley, Henry 166, 416, 420, 425–6
Mayhew, Edward:
Stage Effect 669
Mayhew, Henry:
London Labour and the London Poor 247, 543
Mazzini, Guiseppe 119
Melbourne Punch 697
Melodrama 70, 74, 661–8, 671–3, 686–700
Meredith, George 119, 424, 499
Beauchamp’s Career 70, 424
Diana of the Crossways 424
One of Our Conquerors 424
The Tragic Comedians 424
Vittoria 424
Metchnikoff, Elie 180
Meynell, Alice 191, 325, 342
‘A Letter from a Girl to Her Own Old Age’ 191
Militarism 211–229, 279
Mill, James 110, 112, 134, 157, 257
History of British India 158
Mill, J. S. 104–5, 107, 109–10, 112–13, 116, 120, 122, 128, 133, 140, 144, 148, 151–13, 157, 360–1, 364, 367–8, 374–5, 383, 418, 421–3, 436–7, 487, 536, 567, 610–11
Autobiography 611
On Liberty 105, 110, 146, 151
Principles of Political Economy 128, 131, 146
The Subjection of Women 168
Millais, John Everett 62–6, 628, 630–2
L’Enfant du Régiment 220
Peace Concluded 226
Millman, H. H. 92
Milnes, Richard Monckton 199
Milton, John 88, 345, 442
Paradise Lost 442
Moncrieff, W. T.:
The Shipwreck of the Medusa; or, The Fatal Raft 671–2
More, Hannah 337, 363, 365, 386–7, 394, 429, 435, 439, 464, 497, 515
Moretti, Franco 187, 313–14, 326, 528,
Morley, John 65, 67, 69–70, 72–3, 80–1, 110, 418–19, 423, 434
and the Fortnightly Review 70
Morning Chronicle 519
(p. 727) Morris, William 72, 91, 117–18, 193, 535, 538, 570–3, 594, 601, 604, 606, 608–9, 642–3, 655
‘The Defence of Guenevere’ 193
A Dream of John Ball 72
News from Nowhere 72
Mudie, Charles Edward 47–48, 485
Mudie’s Lending Library 47, 485
Mulock, Dinah 511–12
Murray, John 14, 236, 390, 486, 492–3, 517–18
Murray’s Magazine 518
Muscular Christianity 216, 270–1, 276, 278, 282
Myers, Frederic 429
Naden, Constance Caroline Woodhill 188
‘The Elixir of Life’ 189
‘The Lady Doctor’ 188–9
‘Love Versus Learning’ 189
A Modern Apostle, the Elixir of Life, the Story of Clarice, and Other Poems 188
Songs and Sonnets of Springtime 188
‘strange waking vision’ 189
Napoleon 40–1, 268, 293
National Instructor 98
Nazism 242, 333
neo-liberalism 104
neo-Victorianism 2, 16–18, 311
Newbolt, Henry 268–270, 272, 280–281
Admirals All 268, 269
The Twymans 268
New Journalism 196, 429, 430, 518, 551, 553, 554, 555; see also periodicals
Newman, John Henry 331, 336, 358, 363, 382, 389, 398
Loss and Gain 375
Newnes, George 494, 518
New Woman 2, 170–1, 178–191, 193, 289, 291–4, 299, 303, 309, 364–5, 426, 551, 591, 682
and fiction 170, 172
and sensation fiction 184
New York Herald 190
New York Times 228
New Zealand 234, 245, 255, 286–8
New Zealand Graphic 190
Nietzsche, Friedrich 117, 500
Nineteenth Century 190, 423, 426–7, 429–30, 519–20, 609
Nordau, Max 76–78, 81, 173, 327
Degeneration 77
North America 124, 236, 243, 245, 481, 484, 498, 503, 687–694
Northern Liberator 95
Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser 83–6, 91, 95–7, 101
Notes to the People 91, 100
O’Connor, Feargus 83, 95, 98
O’Connor, T. P. 553
Oken, Lorenz 34
Elements of Physiophilosophy 34
Oliphant, Margaret 45–61, 337, 392, 499, 509, 515–18, 521, 543, 548, 550, 558
‘Among the Lochs’ 58
The Life of Edward Irving, Minister of the National Scotch Church 45–61
The Minister’s Wife 58
‘Religious Memoirs’ 58
‘Scottish National Character’ 58
‘Sermons’ 58
‘Three Days in the Highlands’ 58
Once a Week 621
Orme, Robert:
History of the Military Transactions of the British Nation in Indostan 223–4
Ottoman Empire 137, 216
Pall Mall Gazette 190, 227, 692
Pater, Walter 13, 76, 81, 109–10, 122, 146, 238, 360–3, 424, 568, 571–4, 577, 593, 600–9, 611–15, 651–5
‘Diaphaneitè’ 202
Marius the Epicurean 602, 614
Studies in the History of the Renaissance 76, 106–107, 361, 571–2, 574, 593, 600–2, 605, 612, 614, 651
Patmore, Coventry 342, 361
‘Angel in the House’ 169
Payn, James:
A Confidential Agent 631
penny dreadfuls 6, 74
Penny Post 458, 464–6, 469, 485, 507
(p. 728) People’s Journal 508
periodicals 2, 6, 307, 406–7, 415–17, 436–7, 453, 481, 509, 515, 518–21, 643
and anonymity 75
circulation 6
comics 6
democratisation of 6
and fine art 648
and log-rolling 75–6
and science 416–437
and theatre reviews 664
war of the unstamped 84
photography 61, 240, 424, 448, 482, 529, 551–558, 642
Pinero, Arthur Wing:
The Second Mrs Tanqueray 665, 711
Planche, J. R. 689
The Vampire 689
Plato 202, 363
police 201, 303, 322, 664
Popular Science Monthly 180
pornography 194, 199, 200–1, 486
Postcolonialism 4, 15, 142, 273
Potter, Paul 687
Trilby 687–8, 690, 692
Pre-Raphaelite 474, 603, 606–7, 611, 620, 639, 641, 643, 644–6, 649, 655
Professionalism, rise of 68, 263–4, 266
and criticism 73–5
and women 166, 169–72
Prospective Review 71–2
prostitution and prostitutes 166, 173, 354, 498
Punch 91, 270, 356, 433, 490, 500, 510, 607, 692
Quarterly Review 92
queer theory 15, 49–51, 174, 202–3, 208–9, 275
railways and trains 134, 137, 184, 235–6, 239, 249, 266, 277, 315, 440, 454, 458–60, 462–70, 472, 481, 484–5, 503, 508, 642, 690
railway bookstalls 470, 485
Reade, Charles 430, 513, 515
Hard Cash 70
It Is Never Too Late to Mend 243
A Terrible Temptation 70
Reagan, Ronald, 104
Reform Bills 6, 576, 586
Ilbert Bill 113
‘Great’ Reform Bill (1832) 84
Reform Bills (1832, 1867, and 1884) 157
Renan, Ernest 378–9
Vie de Jésus 378–80
Review of Reviews 428–30
Reynolds, George W. M. 86, 93, 97, 99–101, 247, 508
The Mysteries of London 99, 247
Pickwick Abroad 99, 545
Reynolds’s Miscellany 99, 508, 509
Rhodes, Cecil 290, 303
Rhodesia 139, 303–8
Ricardo, David 134–4, 149, 151–2, 156–8
Richardson, Samuel 224, 228
Clarissa: Or The History of a Young Lady 221
The History of Sir Charles Grandison 218, 221, 228
Pamela or Virtue Rewarded 221
Ricoeur, Paul 10
hermeneutics of suspicion 10–11, 347, 386, 528
Ritchie, Anne Thackeray:
Miss Angel and Fulham Lawn 647
Robins, Elizabeth 678, 680–5
‘Whither and How’ 684–5
Romantics and Romanticism 336, 371–2, 383, 400, 408, 451, 540–1, 558, 575
and Germany 104–5
influence on Chartist poetry 85, 87–8, 90, 93–4
Rossetti, Christina 203, 331–2, 335–7, 343–44, 361, 370, 392, 646
Goblin Market 148, 205, 646
Rossetti, Dante Gabriel 206, 474, 500, 599, 611–12, 637, 643–4
House of Life 611–12, 646
Rossetti, Dante Gabriel and Christina 79
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques 35
(p. 729) Confessions 35
Rowcroft, Charles:
Tales of the Colonies 242
Ruskin, John 116, 144, 163, 238, 337, 357, 427, 460, 464, 473, 565–7, 570–1, 573–4, 591 608–9, 635, 641, 649–51, 653
‘Of Queen’s Gardens’ 163
The Stones of Venice 238
Russia and Russian 216, 429
Sade, Marquis de 199
Saintsbury, George 520, 521
A Short History of English Literature 78
Sala, G. A. 512–13, 517
Salisbury, Lord 65
Sargent, John Singer 703–5
Sartain’s Union Magazine 511
Saturday Review 270, 278–80, 287, 296, 359, 471, 632
Schiller, Friedrich 564–5
Schreiner, Olive 170–1, 284–5, 291–2, 293–7, 303, 308–9, 424
Dreams 171
From Man to Man 171
Love in the Wilderness: The Story of an African Farm 170, 172, 291–7, 303, 305–9
Woman and Labour 170
Scotland 54, 235, 244
Scott, Sir Walter 34, 37, 43, 237, 359, 482, 493, 499, 513, 525
The Antiquary 34
Heart of Midlothian 235
Waverley 40–1
Scribner’s Monthly 504, 518, 676, 705, 711
Sedgwick, Adam 444–5
Sedgwick, Eve Kosofsky 205
Between Men 174
Epistemology of the Closet 197
Seeley, John 245, 257
The Expansion of England 236
sensation drama 665, 672
sensation fiction 169–70, 421, 431, 586, 589
Sensationalism 279, 327, 610–11, 617, 663–5, 669, 671–3, 677, 691
Sentimentalism 216, 220, 343, 581, 582–6, 588
sex and sexuality 161–177, 193–209, 334, 344, 351, 353–7, 362, 364–5, 578
Sexey, Jane 632, 634
A Slip in the Fens 632
Shakespeare, William 88, 101, 324, 336, 427, 442, 490, 552–3, 554–5, 621, 638, 651, 661, 663, 665, 670, 687, 705, 712
Hamlet 417
King Lear 490
Macbeth 651, 676–7
The Winter’s Tale 324
Sharpe’s London Magazine 508, 511
Shaw, George Bernard 500, 677, 683–4
Shelley, Mary:
Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus 165
Shelley, Percy Bysshe 83, 87–8, 234
Mask of Anarchy 89
‘Song to the Men of England’ 90
Simmel, George:
‘The Metropolis and Modern Life’ 461
Smiles, Samuel 47, 244, 421, 508
Smith, Adam 104, 110, 134, 144–5, 151, 154, 156–7
The Theory of Moral Sentiments 145
The Wealth of Nations 145
Snow, C. P. 404–6, 410, 438, 439
Societies:
Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge 493
Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge 493
Society for Psychical Research 429
Society for the Suppression of Vice 196
South America 124, 136–7, 234
Spalding, Douglas 416, 419, 420–2
The Spectator 180, 182, 218, 221, 445, 694
‘Restlessness in Old Age’ 182
Spence, William 135
Spencer, Herbert 266, 420, 423, 446–7, 449, 581, 591
Principles of Biology 446, 447
Spiritualism 335, 429, 500
clairvoyance 29
(p. 730) sport 5, 311, 359, 434, 492, 539, 551
sports history 274
and warfare 268–70, 272–3, 277–8, 282
Stead, W. T. 293, 429, 498, 553–4
and ‘The Maiden Tribute of Modern Babylon’ 173, 498
and the Pall Mall Gazette 173
Stebbins, Emma 205
Stevenson, Robert L. 258, 260–1, 268, 270, 275, 322, 404, 429, 504, 518, 703
Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde 156, 173, 322, 429, 594
Treasure Island 139–40, 246
Stock, St George H.:
Romance of Chastisements 199
Stocqueler, by J. H.:
The British Officer: His Positions, Duties, Emoluments and Privileges 222
Stoker, Bram:
Story, Revd Robert Herbert 51–3, 56–9
Stowe, Harriet Beecher 529, 551
Uncle Tom’s Cabin 529, 551, 619, 687, 694–6
Strachey, Lytton 46, 53, 272–3
Eminent Victorians 46, 272
Strand Magazine 184, 296, 392, 518, 627, 681
Street, G. S.:
Autobiography of a Boy 201
Swinburne, Charles Algernon 119, 199, 203, 324, 328, 361–2, 382, 424, 427, 474, 500, 600, 609, 611
and ‘ready’ readers 74, 78
Symonds, John Addington 197–8, 424
‘A Problem in Greek Ethics’ 202, 204
Sexual Inversion 197
Symons, Arthur 676–7
‘Impression’ 325–6
London Nights 603
Tahiti 234, 442
Taylor, Tom:
The Ticket of Leave Man 692, 697
Temperance 216, 671–2, 687
Temple Bar 430, 432–3, 517
Tennyson, Alfred Lord 234, 246, 335, 338, 342, 351, 355–6, 360–1, 269, 273, 424, 427, 446, 646, 663
‘The Charge of the Light Brigade’ 225–6, 519
Idylls of the King 241–2, 355
‘The Lady of Shalott’ 646
‘Locksley Hall’ 238–9
Maud 474
‘In Memoriam’ 209, 234, 351, 355–6, 446
Poems 646
Terry, Ellen 657, 678–80
Both Sides of The Curtain 680
Thackeray, William Makepeace 28–43, 212–229, 235, 385–6, 418–19, 433–4, 498, 510, 513–14, 516–17, 519, 552, 618, 620, 626, 629–30, 632, 647
The Adventures of Philip 514, 630
Barry Lyndon 32, 37–43
The Book of Snobs 244
Denis Duval 514
The History of Henry Esmond, Esq. 31, 33, 40
The History of Pendennis: His Fortunes and Misfortunes, His Friends and His Greatest Enemy 626, 630
The Irish Sketchbook 236
Lovel the Widower 514, 630
The Newcomes: Memoirs of a Most Respectable Family, edited by Arthur Pendennis Esq. 212–229, 244, 620, 629, 633
Notes of a Journey from Cornhill to Grand Cairo 236
The Paris Sketchbook 236
Snob Papers 30
The Tremendous Adventures of Major Gahagan 31–3, 38
Vanity Fair 30, 213, 217, 244, 385, 386, 630
The Virginians 630
Thatcher, Margaret 104
theatre 5, 16, 18, 66–7, 75, 659–674, 675–685, 686–701, 703, 705, 710, 712–15
theatregoing 74, 80
theatre studies 18
The Times 196, 299, 483, 498, 519, 683, 694
Tinsley’s Magazine 517
Tit-Bits 494
Tolstoy, Leo:
War and Peace 532
Toryism 8
Tories 108, 112
(p. 731) transgender studies 197
Trollope, Anthony 29–30, 111–12, 116, 118–9, 121, 137, 213–14, 236, 255–6, 337, 351, 393, 423–4, 433–4, 618, 620, 624–6, 628, 630–32, 635
Autobiography 463, 471, 628
Barchester Towers 463, 469
The Belton Estate 30, 424
Can You Forgive Her? 469
Castle Richmond 243
The Eustace Diamonds 424
Framley Parsonage 256, 469, 514, 516, 519
John Caldigate 255–6
Lady Anna 424
The Last Chronicle of Barset 469
Miss Makenzie 30
Orley Farm 624–6, 631–2
Phineas Finn 121
The Prime Minister 118, 138, 459
The Small House at Allington 459, 461, 466–9, 514
The Three Clerks 70, 467
The Warden 463, 468–9, 580
The Way We Live Now 137–8, 459
Traill, Catherine Parr:
Backwoods of Canada 242
Trollope, Frances 116, 513
Jessie Philips 69
Turkish baths 193, 198, 201
Turner, Ethel:
Seven Little Australians 291
Turner, J. W. 640–1, 649–51, 653
Tyndall, John 419, 421, 423, 449
Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich:
Forschungen uçber das Räthsel der mannmannlichen Liebe (Researches on the Riddle of Male–Male Love) 197
United States 103, 255, 286, 287, 302, 695
University Magazine and Free Review 198
uprising:
Baptist War 31
Indian rebellion 91, 111–13, 245, 359
Irish rebellion 94
Jamaican uprising 586
Newport uprising 93–4, 101
Utilitarianism 144, 146, 148, 583, 604, 609–11
vampires and vampirism 182, 184–7
Wagner, Richard 393
Walker, John:
The Factory Lad 687, 692
War 30–43
American Indian Wars 31
First Anglo-Boer War 296, 299
Second Anglo-Boer War 245, 270–1, 275, 280–2, 287–8, 290, 299
Boer War melodrama 698
Anglo-Burmese War 31
Battle of Blenheim 33, 40
Battle of Minden 39–40
Crimean War 212, 216–17, 220, 223, 225, 269–71, 278, 283, 359, 498, 519
Franco-Prussian War 279, 434
First Indian War of Independence 270, 277
Java War 31
the Liberal Wars 31
Napoleonic Wars 31, 503
Second Opium War 133
Russo-Persian War 31
War of the Spanish Succession 31
First World War 103–4, 213, 226, 228, 268–70, 282, 286, 288, 290, 302
Great War 271, 281–2, 602
Second World War 249, 282, 312
Ward, Mary Augusta 171, 375
Robert Elsmere 375, 395
Ward, Mrs Humphry 375
Ward, T. H.:
The English Poets 78
English Prose Selections 78
Warren, Samuel 515
Ten-Thousand a Year 244
Watkins, John:
John Frost 101
Watson, John Forbes:
People of India 240
Wells, H.G. 91, 116, 171, 518
The Time Machine 594
West Indies 132–3, 236
Westminster Review 106, 198, 416, 418, 510, 517, 540, 572–3, 601
Westphal, Carl Friedrich Otto:
(p. 732) ‘Die conträre Sexual empfindung’ (‘Contrary Sexual Feeling’) 197
Wheeler, Thomas Martin 86, 334, 351–2
Sunshine and Shadow: A Tale of the Nineteenth Century 83, 96–8
Whistler, James McNeil 328, 599, 649
Whitman, Walt 119, 202
Wilde, Oscar 76, 81, 109–10, 116–17, 146, 176, 193, 202, 208–9, 233, 311, 335, 338, 342, 362–4, 377, 424, 498, 500, 506, 558, 562, 568, 575, 577, 582, 591, 600, 608–9, 614–15, 641, 653–4, 665, 678, 684
‘The Critic as Artist’ 599, 609, 653
De Profundis 116, 364
The Importance of Being Earnest 577
The Picture of Dorian Gray 173, 180, 202, 208, 321–22, 327, 577, 614, 654
Salome 500
‘The Soul of Man Under Socialism’ 81, 328, 613
trial 196, 198, 202
Williams, Isaac 331, 336
Williams, Raymond 1, 4, 105, 311–12, 460, 584
The Country and the City 312
Keywords 584
Windsor Magazine 190
Wollstonecraft, Mary 162, 354
Vindication of the Rights of Woman 162
Wood, Ellen 337, 393, 430–1, 433, 453, 513, 517
The Channings 627
East Lynne 170, 236, 627, 630, 687, 692, 695–7, 699
Wood, Mrs Henry 627, 695
Woolf, Virginia 169, 197, 526, 600
To the Lighthouse 526
Wordsworth, William 88, 234, 336, 493, 498, 553–5, 584, 611
The Prelude 118
The World 554
workhouse system 91, 94, 316, 692
Yates, Edmund 432, 513, 517, 554
Yeats, William Butler 238, 494, 500, 567
‘The Lake Isle of Innisfree’ 237
Yellow Book 173, 494, 578, 591
Yonge, Charlotte 331, 335, 337–8, 394, 433
Heartsease 225
The Heir of Redclyffe 225