A major study of changing attitudes to the Victorians, from Lytton Strachey to the present day.
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About the Author
John Gardiner graduated with a First in History from Peterhouse, Cambridge before undertaking postgraduate research at the University of Kent at Canterbury. He has written about a number of subjects in nineteenth and twentieth-century history. In 2004 he was awarded the Carfax-IAMHIST Prize for his article on the life and music of Edward Elgar.
Table of Contents
Illustrations Preface Acknowledgements Part One: Themes 1 The Victorians 2 Anti-Victorianism 3 Survivals 4 War 5 Youth 6 Heritage 7 History Part Two: Lives 8 Biography 9 Victoria 10 Dickens 11 Gladstone 12 Wilde Notes Bibliography Index