Victorian photography, literature and the invention of modern memory : already the past / Jennifer Green-Lewis, the George Washington University.

Author
Green-Lewis, Jennifer [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
London ; New York, NY : Bloomsbury Academic, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, [2017]
Description
xxi, 173 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.

Details

Subject(s)
Series
  • Photography, history: history, photography [More in this series]
  • Photography, history : history, photography
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references (pages 154-163) and index.
Contents
  • The Photograph in Time
  • Photography in the Age of Oblivion
  • A Culture of Memory
  • The Retrievable Past
  • "Already the Past": The Backward Glance of Victorian Photography
  • The Photograph is Associated with the Past
  • The Real is Past
  • Having Been: Photography and the Texture of Time
  • Surface: The Rough and the Smooth
  • Precision, Duration, Simultaneity
  • The Fossil and the Photograph
  • Texture and the Matter of Photography
  • The Photograph as Time
  • Literary Memory and Victorian Stylistics
  • Photography, Remembrance, and the Novel
  • The Language of Reviews: Realism and Details
  • The Flash of Insight: Metaphor and Narration
  • Literary Description and the Structure of Recall
  • The Pictorial Present
  • Past as Picture: David Copperfield
  • Combination Printing and Novelistic Memory
  • Modernism's Photographic Past
  • Past Inaccessible: The First World War
  • "The Dead": Photography and the Persistence of the Object
  • Woolf: The "Now" of the Photographed World
  • "The Ache of Departure": Modernism's Victorian Childhood
  • At Home in the Nineteenth Century
  • The Visible Nineteenth Century
  • A Photographic Canon
  • Nostalgia, Authenticity, Home Furnishing
  • At Home in the Nineteenth Century.
ISBN
  • 9781474263085 ((hardback))
  • 1474263089 ((hardback))
LCCN
2016052688
OCLC
933272204
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