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Death as spectacle: the Paris morgue in Dickens and Browning (2008)
Book Chapter
Martens, B. (2008). Death as spectacle: the Paris morgue in Dickens and Browning. In S. Friedman, E. Guiliano, A. Humpherys, N. McKnight, & M. Timko (Eds.), Dickens Studies Annual: Essays on Victorian Fiction, 223-248. Ams Press, Inc

As an object of macabre fascination, the Paris morgue is without parallel in the Victorian imagination. This article explores the representation of visits to the morgue in Dickens’s Uncommercial Traveller and in Browning’s dramatic monologue “Apparen... Read More about Death as spectacle: the Paris morgue in Dickens and Browning.

Beyond arthurian romances: The reach of victorian medievalism (2005)
Book
Holloway, L. M., Palmgren, J. A., & Martens, B. (2005). L. M. Holloway, & J. A. Palmgren (Eds.), Beyond arthurian romances: The reach of victorian medievalism. Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/9781403981165

© Lorretta M. Holloway and Jennifer A. Palmgren 2005. All rights reserved. Leaving the traditional focus on Arthurian romance and Gothic tales, the essays in this collection address how the Victorians looked back to the Middle Ages to create a sense... Read More about Beyond arthurian romances: The reach of victorian medievalism.