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Includes bibliographical references (p. 230-266) and index.
|LC Classifications||PR468.D42 W4 1994|
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|Pagination||xv, 279 p. :|
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Cambridge University Press, - Literary Criticism - pages 0 Reviews The Victorians were obsessed with death, bereavement, and funeral rituals, and speculated vigorously on the.
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The Heaven Heaven Hell of the title have to do with emotion, and how it can sink us down into depths and lift us up to heights. The author follows a progress of sorts, from boredom to ecstasy. His definition of emotion is somewhat loose, as he characterizes concepts like ambition and lust as s: Since our consignment to heaven or hell was to be decided at the hour of death, the ‘good death’ became increasingly significant.
Early Victorians idealised the notion of an end slow enough to give the dying the chance to say goodbye to their families and to prepare themselves spiritually for this all important moment.
Additionally, the Victorians were also keen in the postmortem existence of an individual and the thought of how the heaven was like. The Protestants, however, preferred to believe in a simple rule that sinners went to hell whereas the righteous went to heaven thereby leaving no place for the ghosts to.
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