6 edition of The Victorian mind found in the catalog.
by Cassell, in association with the Victorian Society in London
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 375.
|Statement||edited and selected by Gerald B. Kauvar and Gerald C. Sorensen; with a preface by Jane Fawcett.|
|Contributions||Sorensen, Gerald C., joint comp., Victorian Society.|
|LC Classifications||DA533 .K2 1969b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 375 p.|
|Number of Pages||375|
|LC Control Number||76466514|
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The Victorian Mind book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. An anthology of key writings by major Victorians on education, social w /5. Victorian Minds is a study of intellectuals in crisis and of ideologies in transition, rendered with an elegance of style and thought.
"Few works that I know convey the excitement of the intellectual life of 19th-century England as immediately. 5/5(1). THE VICTORIAN FRAME OF MIND is still a useful background text for scholars, though it might put off those with ISMs on their shoulders.
Moreover, it is a rich and engaging book for the student or amateur of the Victorian era, which, while different in several important ways from our own American society, is all too eerily similar when you come Cited by: The Victorian Frame of Mind Book Description: "It is now forty years," Walter Houghton writes, "since Lytton Strachey decided that we knew too much about the Victorian era to.
I purchased the Victorian Frame of Mind from my city's largest second-hand bookstore, and so I managed to snag one of the copies printed in the s. The text itself is far more academic than I'm used to - I'll admit to only clearly understanding 80% of what Walter E Houghton talked about.
Even so, the book was insightful and useful/5. Here is a full and intelligent analysis of the different facets of that many-sided thing, the Victorian mind and soul. An important part of this analysis is the relating of one attitude and tendency to another, so that, although some are contradictory, the agreements and the discords and their causes are made intelligible.
From Modern Painters III 3 (), quoted by Walter E. Houghton’s The Victorian Frame of Mind, (New Haven: Yale University Press, ), Frank Gees Black notes simply, in his review of Clarence Decker’s The Victorian Conscience, that nearly all of the great writers of the time were “protestors.”.
Fifty years ago, Walter Houghton published a seminal work, The Victorian Frame of Mind,that introduced what became the stereotypical description of book has had a vast influence on generations of scholars of the nineteenth century, and remains, in a way that is unusual for decades-old scholarship, the primary introduction to Victorian thought and culture.
THE VICTORIAN FRAME OF MIND is still a useful background text for scholars, though it might put off those with ISMs on their shoulders. Moreover, it is a rich and engaging book for the student or amateur of the Victorian era, which, while different in several important ways from our own American society, is all too eerily similar when you come 5/5(4).
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DIV“It is now forty years,” Walter Houghton writes, “since Lytton Strachey decided that we knew too much about the Victorian era to view its culture as a whole.” Recently the tide has turned and the Victorians have been the subject of sympathetic “period pieces,” critical and biographical works, and extensive studies of their age, but the Victorian mind itself remains blurred for /5(2).
The Society for Psychical Research was established in to further the scientific study of consciousness, but it arose in the surf of a larger cultural need.
Victorians were on the hunt for self-understanding. Mesmerists, spiritualists, and other romantic seekers roamed sunken landscapes of entrancement, and when psychology was finally ready to confront these altered. "The Outward Mind is most remarkable for its staggering scope.
Morgan draws together the history of Kantian aesthetics, Linnaean concepts of artistic response, early natural theology, Victorian narrative history and art criticism, and twentieth-century literary formalism into a tightly woven narrative that tells the story of how humans understand their relations to art.
Read "The Victorian Frame of Mind, " by Walter E. Houghton available from Rakuten Kobo. ôIt is now forty years,ö Walter Houghton writes, ôsince Lytton Strachey decided that we knew too much about the Victoria Brand: Yale University Press.
Get this from a library. The Victorian mind: an anthology. [Gerald B Kauvar; Gerald C Sorensen] -- How did the Victorians view life. This anthology of key writings on education, social welfare, religion, science, and art provides much insight.
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