Title

Book Illustrated :Text, Image, and Culture 1770-1930

Editor

Catherine Golden

Document Type

Book

Publication Date

2000

Abstract

Pictorial Shakespeare: text, stage, illustration / Jonathan BateTaglioni's double meanings: illustration and the romantic ballerina / Sarah Webster GoodwinPolitics of humor in George Cruikshank's graphic satire / Robert L. PattenCruikshank's illustrative wrinkle in Oliver Twist's misrepresentation of class / Catherine J. GoldenRossetti and the art of the book / Elizabeth K. HelsingerLove, death, and the grotesquerie: Beardsley's illustrations of Wilde and Pope / James A. W. HeffermanDream blocks: American women illustrators of the Golden Age, 1890-1920 / Ruth Copans"We all sit on the edge of stools and crack jokes": Virginia Woolf and the Hogarth Press / David H. Porter.

Published In

New Caste (Delaware): Oak Knoll Press

Pages

320

Comments

"Cruikshank's Illustrative Wrinkle in Oliver Twist's Misrepresentation of Social Class" / Catherine J. Golden, pp. 117-146.

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