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Cahiers Victoriens et Edouardiens
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ISSN (Print) 0220-5610 - ISSN (Online) 2271-6149
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  • In Memoriam Annie Escuret

    • Authors: Luc Bouvard
      Abstract: Nous avons la grande tristesse d’avoir perdu Annie Escuret, qui fut professeure en études victoriennes et édouardiennes à l’Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier 3 pendant de nombreuses années, jusqu’à sa retraite. Elle a également dirigé entre 1997 et 2013 les Cahiers victoriens et édouardiens avec un brio indéniable et une inventivité sans égale, encourageant toujours des thématiques et des approches nouvelles. Ses doctorants se souviennent tous avec émotion de la façon à la fois sûre et bienveillante dont elle dirigeait leurs recherches. C’est une grande spécialiste qui a disparu le 17 avril dernier. Elle fut une enseignante et une collègue hors-pair. Elle accueillait les nouveaux victorianistes de son centre de recherche avec une telle générosité qu’ils s’en souviennent à jamais, comme d’une intellectuelle à l’esprit lumineux, une femme franche, généreuse, pleine d’humour et d’humanité. Son enthousiasme communicatif a également contribué à la création en 2009 d’une société français...
      PubDate: 2018-06-04
       
  • Voices in the Machine: Class, Subjectivity and Desire in Victorian
           Women’s Factory Poems

    • Authors: Fabienne Moine
      Abstract: This paper aims to explore how industrial culture shaped the poetical imaginary of Victorian women. We often fail to consider that not all factory poems spring from the minds of middle and upper-class reform-minded authors. The working-class poets produced a limited but significant number of industrial and largely autobiographical poems too. The first objective of this paper is to present the voices of the upper and middle-class women poets, who show sympathy for the labourers as they try to advance the cause of the female workers. In their poems, they denounce the horrendous working conditions in factories and the mechanistic dehumanization of workers. I wish then to confront these voices with the ones of the working-class women poets who depict a different image of the factory girls: they were concerned with the conservative values of the family and the nation that factory girls could convey, in spite of their degraded condition. The absence of work and factories in their poems is...
      PubDate: 2018-06-04
       
  • Victorian and Edwardian Virtual Reality: from Stoker to Forster

    • Authors: Catherine Lanone
      Abstract: Fantasies of global transmission haunted the Victorian era, as demonstrated by one of George Du Maurier’s cartoons. Dracula engages with transmission in a dual way, turning Mina’s mind into a radio-system which the Count may switch on and off, whereas Van Helsing may reverse the signal and spy on the vampire; technology embodying modernity, from the phonograph to the typewriter or telegraph, may vanquish the Count’s archaic powers of transmission. E. M. Forster’s 1909 short story ‘The Machine Stops’ evidences on the contrary a dystopian distrust of technology. With acute intuition, Forster envisions a network of long distance communications, and challenges the potential human dependence on prosthetic technology. He advocates instead a return to true human contact.
      PubDate: 2018-06-04
       
  • Re-assembling the Victorians: Steampunk, Cyborgs, and the Ethics of
           Industry

    • Authors: Helena Esser
      Abstract: If Victorian discourse established a binary opposition between the organic and the mechanic in order to negotiate human identity in the rapidly transforming age of Industrialisation, steampunk re-envisions and re-assembles this binary in order to challenge its validity in the digital age. As a popular aesthetic that re-envisions the nineteenth century through the lenses of Neo-Victorianism, technofantasy and retrofuturism, steampunk may be applied to various media. It has generated an active subculture whose participants utilise a perceived Victorian technophilia to fuel their own anachronistic explorations. Its counter-cultural core philosophy is built around a yearning for re-humanised technology that promises accessibility, vulnerability and individuation, following the credo ‘Love the machine, hate the factory’. While its machines, hailed as ‘real, breathing, coughing, struggling and rumbling parts of the world’, become humanised, humans may in turn become mechanised or fused wi...
      PubDate: 2018-06-04
       
  • Thomas De Quincey between Romantics and Victorians

    • Authors: Céline Lochot
      Abstract: Asserting himself as a scholar, De Quincey expresses both the need for an alter ego and the fear of losing his own identity as an author in the process. Longing for the past, unsure of his own value and status, he sees the emergence of Victorian modernity as a space where to define and lose himself; and is at his most creative when he manages to embrace the global uncertainty.
      PubDate: 2018-06-04
       
  • The Island in R. L. Stevenson’s The Beach of Falesá: Confluence(s) as
           Subversion

    • Authors: Julie Gay
      Abstract: This article seeks to analyse, through the example of R. L. Stevenson’s late novella entitled The Beach of Falesá, how the insular space allows for multiple forms of confluences, and to determine how subversive these confluences are, as well as how this spatial phenomenon affects the text and is conducive to the creation of a highly modern form of adventure. It first examines, at the diegetic level, the cultural, religious and linguistic confluences that are characteristic of the island, and how they potentially question the imperialistic ideal. Then, the article highlights the spatio-temporal duality of the island by highlighting its liminality, and the generic hybridity it leads to, as the novella oscillates between realism, romance and the fantastic, among others. Finally, it studies how this diversity affects the narrative itself, which is indeed highly polyphonic, underlining the extreme formal modernity of a text that stands at the crossroads of voices, languages and points of...
      PubDate: 2018-06-04
       
  • Female Offenders at the Confluence of Medical and Penal Discourses:
           Towards a Gender-Specific Criminology (1860s-1920s)

    • Authors: Alice Bonzom
      Abstract: The Victorian era was characterised by a fascination with the criminal’s psyche. In the late 1860s, this interest in the criminal mind fused with scientific and medical breakthroughs to create a hybrid, cross-disciplinary field focused on understanding the criminal. Criminology was born. This polyphonic discourse incorporated many disciplines such as biology, psychiatry, anthropology and social science. This convergence of intellectual fields could be seen as gender-based. Female criminals had disobeyed the law as well as gender norms. They were double deviants whose transgression threatened society and its traditional family values. As the eugenics movement started to gain sway, a fear that these degenerate women, known as ‘inebriates’ or ‘feeble-minded creatures’, were breeding generations of atavistic deviants responsible for the decline of the British stock started to permeate society. Female recidivism was increasingly seen as a sign of mental defectiveness, a hereditary pathol...
      PubDate: 2018-06-04
       
  • Ebenezer Howard’s Garden City Idea and the Ideology of Industrialism

    • Authors: Jean-Yves Tizot
      Abstract: In Tomorrow! A Peaceful Path to Real Reform (1898) Ebenezer Howard proposed a blueprint for an ideal society, in which he formulated his solution to the ‘Land question’—roughly speaking, the conjoined phenomena of the overcrowding of towns and cities, and the so-called ‘rural exodus’. His was a vision of a ‘Social City’: a ‘Central City’ surrounded by six satellite towns or ‘Garden Cities’, all with limited numbers of inhabitants. The famous diagrams and maps show how complex and detailed and even fastidious Howard’s investigation of the topic of land reform had been before he ventured to publish his views on the subject. While his programme is usually known for these spatial aspects, the other core elements of the Garden City programme are actually not about planning or mapping, but about the proposed social organisation. In the introduction to his only book, Howard makes it clear that two out the three ‘proposals’ from which he initially drew inspiration were themselves influenced...
      PubDate: 2018-06-04
       
  • Ambivalent and Contradictory: Victorian Architects’ Responses to
           Technology

    • Authors: Richard W. Hayes
      Abstract: L’architecture victorienne est parcourue de contradictions. Technophilie et technophobie coexistent dans la culture architecturale de l’Angleterre de la seconde moitié du xixe siècle. D’une part, les architectes et les ingénieurs construisent des bâtiments à partir de matériaux innovants comme le fer et le verre et grâce à des procédés issus de la technologie moderne, comme la préfabrication et les biens manufacturés. D’autre part, c’est depuis la culture architecturale que s’élèvent les voix qui condamnent l’industrialisation. Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin et John Ruskin, qui idéalisent le Moyen-Âge, utilisent l’architecture comme point de départ de leur critique du monde moderne et de leur dénonciation des effets désastreux de l’industrialisation sur la société. Comment les architectes victoriens parviennent-ils à composer avec de telles critiques tout en répondant aux besoins des clients de leur époque ' Cet article explore les contradictions de l’architecture victorienne à trav...
      PubDate: 2018-06-04
       
  • Victorian Designs of Industrial Desire

    • Authors: Béatrice Laurent
      Abstract: The Victorian fascination with the world of manufacture—exemplified in the Great Exhibition of 1851—was concomitant with, and probably fuelled by, progress in technical drawing fluency and literacy. Periodicals such as The Mechanics’ Magazine (founded 1823) and The English Mechanic and World of Science (founded 1865) included increasingly sophisticated illustrations which taught their readers to look at objects and machines differently. The necessity to look beyond the surface and into the hidden mechanical devices demanded a level of abstraction that some philanthropists deemed essential to improve the condition of the artisans. Their self-appointed ‘mission’ to make ‘an ‘unlearned people’ learned in ‘common things’ contended that technical drawing ‘materially assists the understanding of machinery, not only by illustrations, but by teaching the mind to separate the parts of a whole and to note their relation’. This form of industrial education resulted in a training of the eye and...
      PubDate: 2018-06-04
       
 
 
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