Emily's Ghost: The Cultural Politics of Victorian Fiction, Folklore, and Photography

Armstrong, Nancy
March 1992
Novel: A Forum on Fiction;Spring92, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p245
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
Presents Emily Bronte's novel `Wuthering Heights' as part of a process that redefined the way in which educated Englishmen and women understood their place within a modern nation. The cultural change during the 1830s and 40s; The popular Victorian genre called spirit photography; How folklore and photography brought the same power displayed in spirit photography; Photos featured; More.


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