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Pre-Raphaelite masculinities : constructions of masculinity in art and literature / edited by Amelia Yeates (Liverpool Hope University, UK) and Serena Trowbridge (Birmingham City University, UK).
Farnham, Surrey, England : Ashgate Publishing Limited, [2014]
Physical Description:
xi, 251 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Reference Library
NX650.M296 P74 2014 (LC)
Accessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 219-243) and index.
Subject Terms:
Masculinity in art.
Masculinity in literature.
Pre-Raphaelitism in literature.
Yeates, Amelia, editor.
Trowbridge, Serena, editor.
Sloan, Jay. How grew such presence from man's shameful swarm.

  • 'How grew such presence from man's shameful swarm' : D.G. Rossetti and Victorian masculinity
  • Jay Sloan (Kent State University-stark)
  • William Morris and the parameters of manly violence / Ingrid Hanson (University of Hull)
  • The hallucination of the real : Pre-Raphaelite vision as a crisis of romantic masculinity / Gavin Budge (University of Hertfordshire)
  • Health and manliness in the reception of Edward Burne-Jones's work / Amelia Yeates (Liverpool Hope University)
  • Marginal masculinities? Regional and gender borders in William Bell Scott's Wallington scheme / Rosemary Mitchell (Leeds Trinity and All Saints)
  • Interpreting masculinity : Pre-Raphaelite illustration and the works of Tennyson, Christina Rossetti, and Trollope
  • Simon Cooke (independent scholar)
  • 'Me, who ride alone' : male chastity in Pre-Raphaelite poetry and art / Dinah Roe (Oxford Brookes University)
  • In praise of Venus : Victorian masculinity and Tannhäuser as aesthetic hero / Sally-Anne Huxtable (National Museums Scotland)
  • Christianity, imperialism and masculinity : William Holman Hunt's The Light of the World on tour in colonial Australia and Tasmania / Eleanor Fraser Stansbie (Birkbeck College).