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Victorian Fiction and the Cult of the Horse Hardcover – Nov 28 2006
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'... impressive work... Dorre combines a wealth of cultural-historical material with innovative readings of nineteenth-century texts... make[s] significant contributions to our understanding of the place of the animal in Victorian literature and culture.' Journal of Victorian Culture '... this is a thought-provoking and worthwhile book, alerting us especially to the vitality and complexity of Victorian fiction, and its exuberant use of metaphor as a descriptive, structural and socially-critical device. What Dorre analyzes as the 'displacement' of gender and class anxieties onto the body of the horse, produces a rich and complex symbolic language that she has in part decoded for us.' Anthrozoos
About the Author
Gina M. DorrÃ© is a Lecturer in the English Department at the University of Nevada, Reno, where whe teaches writing and literature.
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In October of 1864, nearly three years after the death of Prince Albert, Royal Physician Dr. William Jenner suggested that in order for Queen Victoria to emerge from the deep, reclusive mourning that was interfering with her public duties, she needed exer Read the first page
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