Masking the Text

A new publication in the
Series: Essays on 1890s Print Culture

Masking The Text:
Essays on Literature & Mediation in the 1890s

by Nicholas Frankel

Hardbound: 15.9 x 23.5 cm.,
300 pp., illustrated.

ISBN 978 1 904201 14 4
£40.00 / $65.00

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1. Mediating the Text

chapter 1:
Gathering the Fragments: The Collector as Literary Medium

chapter 2:
Forgery as A Means of Knowing: Oscar Wilde’s The Portrait of Mr. W. H. as a Liar’s Manifesto.

chapter 3:
Incarnating the Poetry of Painting: On Verse as Art-Object in Michael Field’s Sight and Song

chapter 4:
The Typewritten Self: Media Technology and Identity in Oscar Wilde’s De Profundis

2. Literature & The Medium of The Book

chapter 5:
The Books of the Rhymers Club as Material Texts

chapter 6:
Poem, Book, Habitat: The World of George Meredith’s Poetry

chapter 7:
Aubrey Beardsley Embroiders The Literary Text

chapter 8:
Invisible Illustration: Envisioning Beauty in Oscar Wilde’s A House of Pomegranates

chapter 9:
James McNeill Whistler and the Politics of the Page

chapter 10:
A “Thing Most to be Longed For”: William Morris’s Textual Paradise

 Published 15 March 2009
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