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19世紀の盲人文学

Blindness and Writing : From Wordsworth to Gissing

(Cambridge Studies in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture ; : 109)

Tilley, Heather

Cambridge Univ Pr 2017/11
275 p. 24 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781107194212
KCN: 1028211836
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Heather Tilley examines the huge shifts that took place in the experience and conceptualisation of blindness during the nineteenth century. Considering the ways in which visually-impaired people used texts to shape their own identities, she argues that blindness was also a means by which writers reflected on crafting literary form.

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Heather Tilley examines the huge shifts that took place in the experience and conceptualisation of blindness during the nineteenth century. Considering the ways in which visually-impaired people used texts to shape their own identities, she argues that blindness was also a means by which writers reflected on crafting literary form.
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Table of Contents

Part I. Blind People's Writing Practices: 1. Writing blindness, from vision to touch; 2. The materiality of blindness in Wordsworth's imagination; 3. 'A literature for the blind': the development of raised print systems; 4. Memoirs of the blind: the genre of blind biographical writing; Part II. Literary Blindness: 5. Blindness, gender, and autobiography: reading and writing the self in Jane Eyre, Aurora Leigh, and The Life of Charlotte Bronte; 6. Writing blindness: Dickens; 7. Embodying blindness in the Victorian novel: Frances Browne's My Share of the World and Wilkie Collins' Poor Miss Finch; 8. Blindness, writing, and the failure of imagination in Gissing's New Grub Street.