- Title Pages
- Series Editor’s Preface
- List of Contributors
Chapter 1‘Unconscious of her own double appearance’: Fanny Burney’s Brighton
Chapter 2A Breath of Fresh Air: Constable and the Coast
Chapter 3Henry Brougham and the Invention of Cannes
Chapter 4The Battle of Torquay: The Late Victorian Resort as Social Experiment
Chapter 5Encounters with Capitalism on R. L. Stevenson’s Early Coasts
Chapter 6Seats and Sites of Authority: British Colonial Collecting on the East African Coast
Chapter 7Tennyson’s ‘Sea Dreams’: Coastal and Fiscal Boundaries
Chapter 8Saxon Shore to Celtic Coast: Diasporic Telegraphy in the Atlantic World
Chapter 9Marine Bizarrerie: The Imaginative Biology of the Underwater Frontier
Chapter 10On the Beach
Chapter 11Developing Fluid: Precision, Vagueness and Gustave Le Gray’s Photographic Beachscapes
Chapter 12Beyond the View: Reframing the Early Commercial Seaside Photograph
Chapter 13Symons at the Seaside
- Epilogue: Unravelling
- Coastal Cultures of the Long Nineteenth Century
- Matthew Ingleby, Matthew P. M. Kerr
- Edinburgh University Press
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