George Moore: Influence and Collaboration

George Moore: Influence and Collaboration


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ISBN-13: 9781611495331
Publisher: University of Delaware Press
Publication date: 05/15/2016
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 296
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Ann Heilmann is Professor of English literature at Cardiff University.

Mark Llewellyn is Director of Research at the Arts and Humanities Research Council.

Table of Contents



Ann Heilmann and Mark Llewellyn

Part One: Influence
Chapter 1: The Fin de Siècle Meets French Realism: Moore, Balzac and the Peculiarity of Writers Adrian Frazier

Chapter 2: “A Visit to an Impressionist Exhibition” in Moore’s Confessions of a Young Man Anna Gruetzner Robins

Chapter 3: Reading the Notes, Knowing the Score
Mary S. Pierce

Chapter 4: “Literature at Nurse”: George Moore, Ouida and Fin-de-Siècle Literary Censorship
Jane Jordan

Chapter 5: “The sort of girl I’d like to see behind the bar at the King’s Head”: Barmaids and Censorship in George Moore
Katherine Mullin

Chapter 6: Alice Barton: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young (New) Woman?
Ann Heilmann and María Elena Jaime de Pablos

Chapter 7: “Not fitted for marriage”: “Mildred Lawson” and the New Woman
Nathalie Saudo-Welby

Chapter 8: Gossip, Art and the Public Secret: Moore on his Contemporaries
Elizabeth Grubgeld

Chapter 9: Readers, Writers and Friends: George Moore and John Eglinton
Michel Brunet

Chapter 10: Celtic Cousins? George Moore’s The Untilled Field and Caradoc Evans’s My People Kirsti Bohata

Chapter 11: Moore, Wagnerism, and the Shape of the Later Career
Stoddard Martin

Part Two: Collaboration
Co-authorship, Desire and Conflict: Introduction to the Moore/Craigie Collaboration
Ann Heilmann

The Fool’s Hour: A play by John Oliver Hobbes [Pearl Craigie] and George Moore edited by Ann Heilmann

Journeys End in Lovers Meeting: Manuscript by George Moore edited and introduced by Mark Llewellyn

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