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|| Includes bibliographical references (pages 235-236) and index.
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|| Mid-Victorian conceptions of character, agency, and reform: social science and the "great social evil" -- "The taint the very tale conveyed": self-reading, suspicion, and falleness in Dickens -- Melodrama, morbidity, and unthinking sympathy: Gaskell's Mary Barton and Ruth -- Dramatic monologue in crisis: agency and exchange in G.G. Rossetti's "Jenny" -- Reproduced in finer motions: encouraging the fallen in Barrett Browning's Aurora Leigh -- Afterword: intersubjectivity and the politics of poststructuralism.
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