- Title Pages
- Series Editor’s Preface
- Introduction: the Lady Audley Paradigm
Part IGothic Mutations
Chapter 1Displacing the Gothic in Lady Audley’s Secret
Chapter 2John Marchmont’s Legacy and the Topologies of Dispossession
Chapter 3Reading between the (Blood)lines of Victorian Vampires: ‘Good Lady Ducayne’
Part IIDarwinian Detections
Chapter 4From Geology to Genealogy: Detectives and Counter-detectives in Lady Audley’s Secret and Henry Dunbar
Chapter 5Perception, Abduction, Disability: Eleanor’s Victory and The Trail of the Serpent
Chapter 6John Faunce’s Normalising Investigations in Rough Justice and His Darling Sin
Part IIIVictorian Realisms
Chapter 7‘So Like and Yet So Unlike’: Reality Effects, Sensational Letters and Pre-Raphaelite Portraits in Lady Audley’s Secret
Chapter 8Reading Sensation/Writing Realism: Photographic Strategies in The Doctor’s Wife
Chapter 9‘All That is Solid Melts into Air’: Phantom Fortune and the Ghosts of Capitalism
- In Lady Audley's Shadow
- Edinburgh University Press
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