Beyond Sensation: Mary Elizabeth Braddon In Context

Marlene Tromp, Pamela Gilbert (Editor), Aeron Haynie (Editor)

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Abstract

Mary Elizabeth Braddon, journal editor and bestselling author of more than eighty novels during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, was a key figure in the Victorian literary scene. This volume brings together new essays from a variety of perspectives that illuminate both the richness of Braddon's oeuvre and the variety of critical approaches to it. Best known as the author of Lady Audley's Secret and Aurora Floyd, Braddon also wrote penny dreadfuls, realist novels, plays, short stories, reviews, and articles. The contributors move beyond her two most famous works and reflect a range of current issues and approaches, including gender, genre, imperialism, colonial reception, commodity culture, and publishing history.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherState University of New York Press
ISBN (Print)0791444201
StatePublished - 2000

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    Tromp, M., Gilbert, P. (Ed.), & Haynie, A. (Ed.) (2000). Beyond Sensation: Mary Elizabeth Braddon In Context. State University of New York Press. http://www.sunypress.edu/p-3090-beyond-sensation.aspx