Why Animals Can Make Us Better Victorianists

Abstract : From Elizabeth Barrett Browning's devoted Flush and Lewis Carroll's scurrying white rabbit to Anna Sewell's wretched Black Beauty, Christina Rossetti's monstrous crocodile and her brother's darling wombat. From Dickens's canine friends and Charles Darwin's memorable finches, to mites under the microscope, pet cats on ladies' laps and dinosaurs in Sydenham Park. From chimpanzees in menageries and hunting trophies on colonial walls to pedigree dogs at the Kennel Club and war dogs on the battlef...
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Fabienne Moine. Why Animals Can Make Us Better Victorianists. Cahiers Victoriens et Edouardiens, Montpellier : Centre d'études et de recherches victoriennes et édouardiennes, 2017. ⟨hal-01725902⟩

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