History and cultural memory in Neo-Victorian fiction: Victorian afterimages
History and Cultural Memory in Neo-Victorian Fiction explores the ways in which contemporary historical fictions that return to the Victorian era stylistically and/or thematically critically engage the past. It opens up the question of what claims neo-Victorian novels make to history in general and the Victorian past in particular: what attitudes toward historical recollection are manifest in these novels and what particular versions of the Victorian past do they invoke?
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