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What lies beneath : orthodoxy and the occult in Victorian literature
This thesis explores the relationship between orthodox Christianity, quasi-religious movements, pseudo-science and the supernatural in both a pre- and post-Darwinian world, tracing it through fictionExpand
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Why Women Fell: Representing the Sexual Lapse in Mid-Victorian
The fallen woman relentlessly troubled the Victorian world. In a period obsessed with the idealisation of female virginity, the consequences of sexual experience outside wedlock often resulted inExpand
The War on Slums in the Southwest: Public Housing and Slum Clearance in Texas, Arizona, and New Mexico, 1935–1965 by Robert B. Fairbanks (review)
cation, “restoring” the Bill of Rights, small government, and white supremacy, among others (82–83). By mid-century, far-right conservatives, often Texas’s wealthy cattlemen, oilmen, andExpand
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