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Coastal Cultures of the Long Nineteenth Century$
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Matthew Ingleby and Matthew P. M. Kerr

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9781474435734

Published to Edinburgh Scholarship Online: May 2019

DOI: 10.3366/edinburgh/9781474435734.001.0001

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On the Beach

On the Beach

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(p.186) Chapter 10 On the Beach
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Coastal Cultures of the Long Nineteenth Century
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Valentine Cunningham

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Edinburgh University Press
DOI:10.3366/edinburgh/9781474435734.003.0011

This chapter offers a wide-ranging and evocative snapshot of literary seashores in the middle of the nineteenth century. Cunningham suggestively links edgeland doings and meanings, their positives and negatives: Victorian Doverianisms in the parenthesis between suicidal Gloucester and gay Auden; what happened at Tenby; natural historical reverence beside the sea; Small Game Hunting with Hammer and Chisel; microscopes and vivaria; depredations and poeticities. Key figures discussed include Philip Henry Gosse, George Eliot, G. H. Lewes (and Peter Carey), Matthew Arnold and Alfred Lord Tennyson.

Keywords:   Matthew Arnold, W. H. Auden, George Eliot, Philip Henry Gosse, G. H. Lewes, Alfred Lord Tennyson, Beach, Victorian literature

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