4 edition of Victorian entertainment. found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 110.
|LC Classifications||GV75 .D44 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||112|
|LC Control Number||75862526|
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Come one, come all. For high-wire entertainment, dramatic feats, original acts, and the most magnificent exhibitions from around the world, take a seat and enjoy the Victorian era’s dazzling sideshows and spectacles. (Performances daily—rain or shine.) Magic shows, séances, pantomimes, and circus acts were popular forms of entertainment during the Victorian era, when interest in.
“As Lee Jackson demonstrates in his beguiling study of the 19th-century entertainment industry, pleasure is, at bottom, a deeply serious business, and the sharply opposed forces at work in Victorian society were just as apparent on the sea-front of England’s south coast as in a House of Commons committee room the great strength of his book lies in its attention to detail.”—D.
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New York, American Heritage Press  (OCoLC) Online version: Delgado, Alan. Victorian entertainment. New York, American Heritage Press  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Alan Delgado. Rosalind Crone’s Violent Victorians is the kind of book that should be on every undergraduate reading list for 19th-century studies.
The intricacies of class, of the multi-faceted character of a modernising society, and of the many faces of urban popular culture are all brought together here by a central thread examining the place of violence – or rather, its representations – in the.
Nineteenth century folks found mesmerism—“animal magnetism” or hypnotism—utterly fascinating. Apart from providing plot fodder for Victorian entertainment. book number of erotic novels, displays of mesmerism were, like now, popular entertainment. Victorian stage mesmerists didn’t make grown men cluck like chickens very often.
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There were many of the same things that you still get at fairs today, like roundabouts, helter-skelters, swing boats, coconut shies, etc. Playbill for the Grand provincial tour of Messrs. Strange & Wilson's great pictorial, scientific, musical, and illusionary entertainment.
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George MacDonald, ‘The Golden Key’. MacDonald might be described as ‘the Victorian C. Lewis’, and indeed MacDonald’s numerous children’s fantasy novels – which included Phantastes and The Princess and the Goblin – would have an influence on Lewis.
(MacDonald also wrote probably the shortest ever Victorian poem.)This classic Victorian fairy tale, ‘The Golden Key’ (. -entertainment for mainly the middle-class and orginated in black saloons in the south-contributed to blacks rebelling from victorian standards, but helped whites justify segregation and discrimination.
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