London: St James Press, 1988. Naden's work can be found, in the conventional print medium, in the following anthologies: Victorian Women Poets 1830-1900: An Anthology, Jennifer Breen, ed. London: Everyman, 1994 , includes three of Naden's humorous poems; Victorian Women Poets, an Anthology, Angela Leighton and Margaret Reynolds, eds. O'Gorman The Stones of Childhood: Ruskin's Lost Jewels ; C. Birch 'What Teachers Do You Give Your Girls'? Biographical information can be found in W. In Proust's obituary of Ruskin, the beloved is revivified, not left for dead. Description: 1 online resource xiii, 211 pages : illustrations Contents: Manliness and the history of Ruskin in love : writing Ruskin's masculinity from W.
Robson The Foxglove and the Rose: Ruskin's Involute of Childhood; L. O'Gorman The Stones of Childhood: Ruskin's Lost Jewels ; C. This conviction is manifest in the unintentionally highly amusing preface which Eric Robertson wrote to his anthology English Poetesses London: Cassell and Company Limited, 1883 , which includes the work of Naden. Mireille Naturel sets out to capture the capaciousness of the literary process its genesis, production, and dissemination and reflects on the various channels through which a complex cultural construction such as À la recherche du temps perdu passes en route to acquiring the status of 'lieu de mémoire'. . Media attention, for example, has spawned 'la médiacritique littéraire', Jean Peytard's term including television programmes which focus on literary figures and their works and which explore visually such practices as 'la critique génétique'. Naturel's work is marked by its attention to telling detail as she records the triggers and vicissitudes of literary production.
Dinah Birch, Francis O'Gorman, and Deborah Epstein Nord don't disguise or diminish their contributors' differences of opinion, or magnify their agreements beyond the terms of the sentences from the editors' introductions quoted above. O'Gorman Manliness and The History of Ruskin In Love: Writing Ruskin's Masculinity From W. O'Gorman summarizes biographical interpretations of Ruskin's masculinity from W. Smith Ruskin, Gautier, and the Feminization of Venice; J. Bullen The Feminist Origins of 'Of Queens' Gardens'; L.
Birch 'What Teachers Do You Give Your Girls'? Notes: Based on contributions presented at a conference held in Trinity College, Oxford University, Sept. Responsibility: edited by Dinah Birch and Francis O'Gorman. Two other very brief articles have been written about her: Philip E. Weltman Images of Proustian Inversion from Ruskin; E. Among the many angles covered in Proust et le fait littéraire are Proust's reception by later canonical authors such as Duras and Le Clézio, the place of his works within French national heritage, and the relevance of the orientalism of his day, with the influence of Pierre Loti and Claude Farrère emerging strongly. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1996 , contains just two of Naden's poems.
The book is based in part on extensive interviews with several individuals who played key roles in the genre's creation and development. The E-mail message field is required. Among them is the long-overlooked Masuyama Norie, a novelist and music critic who originally conceived of the introduction to shōjo manga of beautiful boys in love with each other and who encouraged pioneering artists Takemiya Keiko and Hagio Moto to give life to her ideas. London: Bickers and Son, 1894. We have the portait of Proust, unhappy with the Mercure de France's record in sending out copies of his translation La Bible d'Amiens, personally dispatching complimentary copies of his translation of Ruskin's Sesame and Lilies in 1906: 'un travail d'épicier', he remarks, 'avec des pelotes de ficelle de papier d'emballage et des Tout Paris' p. Her parents were active in the North American evangelical and temperance movements, and her father, Canada's leading evangelical publisher, spent much of the family wealth to create and sustain a publishing enterprise that began with the evangelical Montreal Witness in 1846 and went on from 1901 to include the international review World Wide, which Lily Dougall edited 17-19. That the damning nature of this attitude was keenly felt by the women writers of the nineteenth century can be seen in Elizabeth Barrett Browning's parody of it in Aurora Leigh.
Birch 'Any Day That You're a Good Boy': Ruskin's Patronage, Rossetti's Expectations; J. Bristow Pantomime Truth and Gender Performance: John Ruskin on Theatre; S. O'Gorman Manliness and The History of Ruskin In Love: Writing Ruskin's Masculinity From W. In her analysis of the relationship between Dougall and Earp, Dean deftly negotiates a complex literature on sexuality, gender, and same-sex eroticism. Ruskin and Women's Education; D.
Smith Ruskin, Gautier, and the Feminization of Venice; J. Poring over the myriad stages of production and consumption, Naturel's work offers memorable images of the materiality involved. Dougall's work as a novelist and religious writer was also, Dean argues, sustained in large part by her connection to a community of New Women—well-educated, advanced on religious and social questions, and closely engaged in the work of reform. Dougall was born in 1858 to a prominent Montreal family. Constance Naden, The Complete Poetical Works, Robert Lewins, ed. A doctrine most notoriously theorised by John Ruskin in his two essays on the education of men and women, which were later printed together as Sesame and Lilies, Albert E. She highlights Paul Bourget's homage to the Belgian critic Charles de Spoelberch de Lovenjoul Le Figaro, 7 July 1907 , which contains Bourget's endorsement of Sainte-Beuve 'le grand Lundiste' in Bourget's formulation and helps spark Proust's decision to write an article 'contre Sainte-Beuve'; and she points to the irony whereby Proust struggled, famously as we now see it, to find a publisher for Du côté de chez Swann, whereas his friend and correspondent Georges de Lauris straightforwardly secured publication for the novel Ginette Grasset, 1910 , of which literally no copy now exists in the Bibliothèque nationale de France.
Ruskin and Women's Education; D. At worst, his lecture On Queens' Gardens from Sesame and Lilies was read as a locus classicus of Victorian patriarchal oppression. The early journalism, making a start on the novel, finding a publisher, securing prepublications notably in Le Figaro , proofreading and negotiations with printers, relations with the press: these are all considered by Naturel, as is the complex posthumous configuration of a literary reputation, within which corrected galleys and deluxe first editions become prized commodities, while Proust's novel continues to be consumed in an array of forms, traditional and contemporary. In Proust's case, the levers of 'le fait littéraire', to use Naturel's metaphor, are multiple. For many years Ruskin has seemed, at best, a conservative thinker on gender roles.
Sophie Earp, with whom Dougall lived for most of her adult life and with whom she was buried, was the most important of that community. Birch 'Any Day That You're a Good Boy': Ruskin's Patronage, Rossetti's Expectations; J. Earp, a graduate of Newnham College, Cambridge, and for some years a lecturer in political economy at the Midland Institute in Birmingham, handled much of Dougall's literary correspondence and at the time of her own death was working on an unfinished biography of Dougall 65-67. Table of Contents List of Illustrations Acknowledgements Notes on the Contributors Textual Note Introduction: D. These essays challenge such assumptions, presenting a wide ranging re-evaluation of Ruskin's place in relation to gender, and offering new perspectives on continuing debates on issues of gender in the Victorian period, and in our own. All references made to her poetry are made to this volume.
In her later years, Dougall placed increasing emphasis on the importance of community and Christian fellowship and played an active role in the Christian Social Union, the Guild of Health, the Student Christian Movement, and the Anglican Fellowship, all of which aimed in different ways to reform and revitalize the Church of England. This wasn't always seen to be so, and it still isn't, as both Ruskin and Gender and the new edition of Sesame and Lilies for Yale's Rethinking the Western Tradition series commendably give their readers to know. Bristow Pantomime Truth and Gender Performance: John Ruskin on Theatre; S. Notes on Naden can also be found in The Feminist Companion to Literature in English, Virginia Blain, Patricia Clements and Isobel Grundy, eds. Thanks are also due to Kelsey Thornton and Rob Hopkins. Peterson Ruskin's Womanly Mind ; D.