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grk_styl

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INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETY RELATED MATERIAL​


This thread will contain a definitive list of supplementary material, which will be regularly updated – you do not need to search through the entire thread. Feel free to add to the list, however NO QUESTIONS IN THIS THREAD PLEASE! Only suggestions.

All “what related texts should I use?” threads will be DELETED.




(Wondering where McLake’s old thread went? Go here)



Links to useful websites
http://www.victorianweb.org/


Novels
-- Anna & The King
-- Great Expectations (Dickens)
-- Anna Karenina (Tolstoy)
-- Jane Eyre (Bronte)
-- Frankenstein (Mary Shelly)
-- Tess of D'Urbervilles (Hardy)
-- Vanity Fair
-- Great Expectations (Dickens)
-- Persuasion (Austen)
-- Power of One (Courtney)
-- Mill on the Floss (George Eliot)
-- Wuthering Heights (Emily Bronte)
-- The Awakening (Kate Chopin)
-- Oscar Wilde
-- The Picture of Dorian Gray
-- A Woman of No Importance
-- Hard Times (Dickens)
-- Bleak House (Dickens)
-- Bridge Jones (contemporary adaptation of P&P)
-- Middlemarch (George Eliot)
-- Mansfield Park (Austen)
-- Madame Bovary (Flaubert)
-- French Lieutenant's Woman
-- Heart of Darkness (Conrad)
-- Les Miserables (Hugo)
-- Oscar and Lucinda (Carey)
-- Nana (Emilie Zola)
-- Jude the Obscure (Hardy)
-- The Woman in White (Collins)
-- Wives and Daughters
-- Little Women
-- The life and adventures of Nicholas Nickleby
-- David Copperfield
-- My Brilliant career (Miles Franklin)
-- Tom Brown's School Days (Thomas Huges)
-- The turn of the screw (Henry James)
-- The Count of Monte Cristo (Alexandre Dumas)
-- Time Machine' (H.G. Wells)
-- Daisy Miller (Henry James)


Short Story
-- The Kiss (Kate Chopin)
-- The Yellow Wallpaper (Charlotte Gilman)


TV
-- Vanity Fair
-- Fingersmith


Poetry
-- The Princess (Tennyson)
-- The Patriarch (Jane Thompson)
-- To The Men Of England (Percy Shelly)
-- Christina Rossetti
-- Goblin Market (doubles as an imaginative journey, about women, sexuality and objectification)
-- No, Thankyou, John
-- In an Artist's Studio
-- The Prince's Progress
-- Locksley Hall (Tennyson)
-- Lady of Shallot (Tennyson)
-- The Church
-- Ulysses (Tennyson)
-- Wessex Poems (Thomas Hardy)
-- A Song Of The Shirt (Thomas Hood)


Film
-- Anna & The King
-- Oliver! (Dickens/Bart)
-- Picnic At Hanging Rock
-- Sense & Sensibility (Ang Lee)
-- The Portrait of a Lady
-- Wilde


Non Fiction
-- A Woman's Thoughts About Women (Dinah Maria Mulock)
-- On Liberty (John Stuart Mill)
-- The journals of Dorothy Wordsworth
-- Cassandra (Florence Nightingale)
-- Communist Manifesto
-- The Origin of Species (Darwin)
-- The Art of the Renaissance (Ruskin)


Critiques
-- "Ibsen's Women" Joan Templeton
-- Darcy's Body - privileging the female gaze: Lisa Hokins
-- Essays by John Stuart Mill

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Please let me know if I have placed a text in the wrong category. Thanks!
 

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A piece of Artwork that may help distinguish you from others -

The Bar at the Folies-Bergere (1882) - Eduord Manet
 

hohenangst

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Novel 'The portrait of a lady' by Henry James
This however is 644 pages long and can be a bit hard to get into
 

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Portrait of a Lady is actually a set text for Individual and Society. Don't think you can use it as a related... not sure though.
 

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i did 'signs of the times' by thomas carlyle.. handy if you're talking about the impact of industrialisation/social darwinism..
 

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