The Private Rod: Marital Violence, Sensation and the Law in Victorian Britain (Hardback)

Marlene Tromp

Edité par University of Virginia Press, 2000
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Language: English . Brand New Book. Sensation novels, a genre characterized by scandalous narratives, and emotionally and socially provocative dialogue and plots, had their heyday in England in the 1860s and 1870s, in the midst of growing concern about codes of behaviour in marriage. Largely excluded from the academic canon of the late 20th century, sensation novels had an impact on Victorian culture that we have only recently begun to evaluate. Exploring the central metaphor of marital violence in these novels, Marlene Tromp uncovers the relationship between the representations of such violence in fiction and in the law. Her investigation demonstates that sensational constructions of gender, marriage, brutal relationships and even murder were gradually incorporated into legal debates and realist fiction as the Victorian understanding of what was real changed. Sensation fiction s reconfiguration of literary and social norms, evident in works by Charles Dickens, Wilkie Collins and Mary Elizabeth Braddon, is also explicitly evoked in the realist representations of domestic violence in novels by Margaret Oliphant and George Eliot. Despite the apparent gulf between fiction and the law, Tromp explores these texts as mutually constitutive forms through which a major shift in the understanding of domesticity took place. The Victorians responded to marital violence by debating its terms in both Parliament and the circulating libraries, incorporating the language of each realm into the other. By the end of the century, this cross-pollinating conversation threatened the tenuous legal and social fiction of peace and safety in the middle-class home, and new readings of the relationship between domesticity and violence emerged. N° de réf. du libraire

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Synopsis : Sensation novels, a genre characterized by scandalous narratives, and emotionally and socially provocative dialogue and plots, had their heyday in England in the 1860s and 1870s, in the midst of growing concern about codes of behaviour in marriage. Largely excluded from the academic canon of the late 20th century, sensation novels had an impact on Victorian culture that we have only recently begun to evaluate. Exploring the central metaphor of marital violence in these novels, Marlene Tromp uncovers the relationship between the representations of such violence in fiction and in the law. Her investigation demonstates that sensational constructions of gender, marriage, "brutal" relationships and even murder were gradually incorporated into legal debates and realist fiction as the Victorian understanding of what was "real" changed. Sensation fiction's reconfiguration of literary and social norms, evident in works by Charles Dickens, Wilkie Collins and Mary Elizabeth Braddon, is also explicitly evoked in the "realist" representations of domestic violence in novels by Margaret Oliphant and George Eliot. Despite the apparent gulf between fiction and the law, Tromp explores these texts as mutually constitutive forms through which a major shift in the understanding of domesticity took place. The Victorians responded to marital violence by debating its terms in both Parliament and the circulating libraries, incorporating the language of each realm into the other. By the end of the century, this cross-pollinating conversation threatened the tenuous legal and social fiction of peace and safety in the middle-class home, and new readings of the relationship between domesticity and violence emerged.

Critique: The Private Rod is both nuanced in its careful reading of texts and comprehensive in its larger cultural inquiry into the debate surrounding marital violence in sensation and realistic fiction as well as in legal discourse. Readers interested in both gender and generic considerations of the Victorian novel will find Tromp's study engaging. In addition to making a significant contribution regarding the narrative of domestic violence in the novel, her discussion of Margaret Oliphant's novel, Salem Chapel, and its generic tensions between realism and sensationalism manifesting in scenes of domestic abuse stands out as exceptional.. One of the pleasures of reading The Private Rod is in noting how Tromp resituates a writer too often regarded as peripheral to a central place in this important debate regarding Victorian culture.--Heather MiltonUniversity of Florida "Studies in the Novel "

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Titre : The Private Rod: Marital Violence, Sensation...
Éditeur : University of Virginia Press
Date d'édition : 2000
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