|Bibliography, etc. Note:
|| Includes bibliographical references (pages 212-224) and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:
|| Public affections and familial politics: Burke, Edgeworth, and Ireland in the 1790s -- Allegories of prescription: engendering Union in Owenson and Edgeworth -- Troubling others: representing the immigrant Irish in urban England around mid-century -- Plotting colonial authority: Trollope's Ireland, 1845-1860 -- England s opportunity, England s character: Arnold, Mill, and the Union in the 1860s.
|| Corbett explores fictional and non-fictional representations of Ireland's relationship with England throughout the nineteenth century. She situates her readings of novels by Edgeworth, Gaskell, and Trollope, and writings by Burke, Engels, and Mill, within the historical contexts that shape them, offering a fresh perspective on important aspects of Victorian culture.
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