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Heinrich, Anselm

Ruskin, the Theatre and Victorian Visual Culture

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Table of contents

1. Speaking Pictures: The Victorian Stage and Visual Culture
Katherine Newey

Part I. Ruskin and the Theatre

2. John Ruskin, The Olympian Painters and the Amateur Stage
Jeffrey Richards

3. Ruskin at the Savoy: The Gilbert and Sullivan Operas as Indications of the Victorian Popular Reception of Ruskin
J. A. Hilton

4. Ruskinian Moral Authority and Theatre’s Ideal Woman
Rachel Dickinson

5. Re-interpreting Ruskin and Browning’s Dramatic ‘Art-poems’
Andrew Leng

6. Ruskin and the National Theatre
Anselm Heinrich

7. The First Theatrical Pre-Raphaelite? Ruskin’s Molière
Andrew Tate

Part II. The Theatre and the Visual Arts in the Nineteenth Century

8. The Britannia Theatre: Visual Culture and the Repertoire of a Popular Theatre
Janice Norwood

9. Supernumeraries: Decorating the Late-Victorian Stage with Lots (& Lots & Lots) of Live Bodies
David Mayer

10. ‘A truer peep at Old Venice’ : The Merchant of Venice on the Victorian Stage
Richard Foulkes

11. The Photographic Portraiture of Henry Irving and Ellen Terry
Shearer West

12. ‘Auntie, can you do that?’ or ‘Ibsen in Brixton’: Representing the Victorian Stage through Cartoon and Caricature
Jim Davis

Keywords: Cultural and Media Studies, Theatre History, British and Irish Literature, Nineteenth-Century Literature, Arts, Fiction, Fine Arts

Editor
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2009
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
255 pages
Category
Art, Art History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230236790
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-29929-4

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