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Critical names matter: Currer Bell, George Eliot, and MRS. Gaskell
- Critical names matter: Currer Bell, George Eliot, and MRS. Gaskell
- Jung D.
- Ewha Authors
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- Victorian Literature and Culture
- Victorian Literature and Culture vol. 45, no. 4, pp. 763 - 781
- Cambridge University Press
- AHCI; SCOPUS
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- It is a well-known fact that many Victorian women writers such as the Brontë sisters, George Eliot, and Elizabeth Gaskell adopted pseudonyms or anonymity in publishing their literary works, but few people are aware of how such naming practices had been received by contemporary readers, especially by Victorian periodical reviewers - the very first readers and mediators that presented any major literary works to the public. Since we, as modern day scholars, have become so intimate with their present forms of author names appearing on course syllabuses, school curriculums, and academic papers, we hardly ask how such naming has become possible. Copyright © Cambridge University Press 2017.
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