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Document Picturing the Future: The Feminist Orientation of Portraiture in The Ebony Frame and an Example of Victorian Spirit Art, Cathy Jewison

As a visible expression of Victorian culture, portraiture reflected the many and varied interests of the era, including a preoccupation with death...

art history, Literature, spirituality, feminism, Victorian Culture view
Document Proof And Possession: A Conversation About Knowledge-Making Between Two Artefacts From The 1740s, Tyson D. Rallens

When considering the intellectual achievements of the past, the means by which knowledge was obtained - or created - deserve specific study apart...

spirituality, Knowledge view
Document Reason and Faith in John Henry Newman's Sermons and Poetry, Elizabeth Li

Throughout his writings, John Henry Newman (1801-1890) was especially occupied by the relationship between reason and faith. Issues of faith and...

spirituality, Knowledge view
Document Remembering The Railway: Locating Nostalgia In Wordsworth's 'Suggested By The Proposed Kendal And Windermere Railway' And The Creation Of The Musée D'orsay, Rachael Curzons

Although not immediately apparent, the relationship between a sonnet written by the Poet Laureate at Rydal Mount, England, and a train station...

spirituality, Knowledge, railways, Poetry view
Document The Creator And The Created In Victorian Society: Exploring The Importance Of A Perception Of Moral Consistency Between The Two,Virginia Henley

This is a reflection on connections between a passage taken from the novel, Jude the Obscure, by Thomas Hardy (1895),1 and a section of a stained...

spirituality, Knowledge view
Document The Marks Of Monitory Memory: An Analysis Of The Shepheard Buss Rebus In Light Of The Moral Agenda Of Claude Paradin’s Heroicall Devices, J. R. Rallens

A preoccupation with virtue was embodied in many literary and aesthetic forms in early modern England, including the popular genre of emblem books...

Virtue, spirituality, Knowledge view
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