10 edition of Victorian Fiction And the Cult of the Horse found in the catalog.
November 27, 2006
by Ashgate Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||179|
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Victorian Fiction and the Cult of the Horse By Book Description. The horse was essential to the workings of Victorian society, and its representations, which are vast, ranging, and often contradictory, comprise a vibrant cult of the horse. Examining the representational, emblematic, and rhetorical uses of horses in a diversity of nineteenth.
Victorian Fiction and the Cult of the Horse and technological shifts. While representations of horses abound in Victorian fiction, Gina M. Dorré's study focuses on those novels by Charles Dickens, Elizabeth Braddon, Anna Sewell, and George Moore that engage with the most impassioned controversies concerning horses and horse-care, such as.
While representations of horses abound in Victorian fiction, Gina M. Dorré's study focuses on those novels by Charles Dickens, Elizabeth Braddon, Anna Sewell, and George Moore that engage with the most impassioned controversies concerning horses and horse-care, such as the introduction of the steam engine, popular new methods of horse-taming Cited by: 8.
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Dorré's study focuses on those novels by Charles Dickens, Elizabeth Braddon, Anna Sewell, and George Moore that engage with the most impassioned controversies concerning Cited by: 8. Get this from a library. Victorian fiction and the cult of the horse. [Gina M Dorré] -- "The horse was essential to the workings of Victorian society, and its representations, which are vast, ranging, and often contradictory, comprise a vibrant cult of the horse.
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First published in Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa : Taylor And Francis. The book is the first English novel to be written from the perspective of a non-human animal, in this case a horse.
Although it is now considered a children's classic, Sewell originally wrote it for those who worked with horses. She said "a special aim was to induce kindness, sympathy, and an understanding treatment of horses".Genre: Children's literature.Another way that Victorian authors believed they could access the experience of the working horse was by touching the horse.
While not practicable if the horse was not one's own, touching a horse's body would have been the most direct way to understand what a horse was feeling.
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