- Title Pages
- <i>Notes on Contributors</i>
- 1 ‘Even these metallic problems have their melodramatic side’: Money in Victorian Literature
- 2 Inside Out: Value and Display in Thomas De Quincey and Isaac Butt
- 3 Edward Bulwer Lytton Dreams of Copyright: ‘It might make me a rich man’
- 4 ‘Vulgar needs’: Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Profit, and Literary Value
- 5 The Drama of Capital: Risk, Belief, and Liability on the Victorian Stage
- 6 ‘Ladies do it?’: Victorian Women Investors in Fact and Fiction
- 7 Literary Realism in the Wake of Business Cycle Theory: <i>The Way We Live Now (1875)</i>
- 8 Speculative Fictions and the Fortunes of H. Rider Haggard
- 9 Cultural versus Financial Capital: Defining Literary Value at the Fin de Siècle
- Selected Bibliography
- Victorian Literature and Finance
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