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" A commercial atmosphere floats around works of this class, redolent of the manufactory and the shop. The public want novels, and novels must be made — so many yards of printed stuff, sensation-pattern, to be ready by the beginning of the season. "
The Quarterly Review - Side 483
1863
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The London Quarterly Review, Volumer 113-114

1863
...measured movement bid the comets keep, Or lull the music of the spheres to sleep : These may obey thee ; but the fiery soul Of Genius owns not, brooks not,...many yards of printed stuff, sensation-pattern, to bo ready by the beginning of the season. And if the demands of the novel-reading public were to increase...
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The Quarterly review VOL.113 January&April,1863

The Quarterly review VOL.113 January&April,1863 - 1863
...measured movement bid the comets keep, Or lull the music of the spheres to sleep: These may obey thee ; but the fiery soul Of Genius owns not, brooks not,...the shop. The public want novels, and novels must be made—so many yards of printed stuff, sensation-pattern, to be ready by the beginning of the season....
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The Living Age ..., Volum 77

1863
...immortality is dreamed of for it than for the fashions of the current season. A commercial atmosphère floate around works of this class, redolent of the manufactory and the shop. The public •want novels, and novele muet be made — so many yards of printed stuff, sensation-pattern, to be ready by the beginning...
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The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine

1868
...can be imagined as presiding over the birth of his work beyond the market law of demand and supply. "The public want novels, and novels must be made -so many yards of printed stuff, sensation pattern — to be ready by the beginning of the season." Viewed in this light, one may well...
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The Woman in White

Wilkie Collins - 1993 - 503 sider
...station bookstalls. Henry Mansel, the Dean of St Paul's, observed disapprovingly: 'The public wants novels, and novels must be made - so many yards of printed stuff, sensation pattern, to be ready by the beginning of the season' (pp. 495-6). Mansel regarded sensation...
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The Making of the Victorian Novelist: Anxieties of Authorship in the Mass Market

Bradley Deane - 2003 - 170 sider
...genius, "No divine influence can be imagined as presiding over the birth of [the sensation novelist's] work, beyond the market-law of demand and supply;...class, redolent of the manufactory and the shop." From the "manufactory and shop" the critics drew their common metaphors for sensation writers, typically...
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Theater Figures: The Production of the Nineteenth-century British Novel

Emily Allen - 2003 - 254 sider
...themselves to foster the disease and stimulate the want which they supply" (435). He writes, further, that "a commercial atmosphere floats around works of this...redolent of the manufactory and the shop. The public wants novels and novels must be made — so many yards of printed stuff, sensation-pattern, ro be ready...
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Imagining Inclusive Society in Nineteenth-Century Novels: The Code of ...

Pam Morris - 2004 - 261 sider
...commented disdainfully: "A commercial atmosphere floats around works of this class, redolent of the factory and the shop. The public want novels and novels must be made — so many yards of printed stuff, sensation pattern, to be ready by the beginning of the season."8 The equation of fiction here with...
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Common Scents: Comparative Encounters in High-Victorian Fiction

Janice Carlisle - 2004 - 232 sider
...Quarterly Review, sensation novels are to be deplored because of the "commercial atmosphere [that] floats around works of this class, redolent of the manufactory and the shop"; so "unspeakably disgusting" is this odor that the reviewer attributes to such fiction a "vulture-like...
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Reading, Publishing and the Formation of Literary Taste in England, 1880-1914

Mary Hammond - 2006 - 209 sider
...bookstalls were famously described by Henry Mansel as carrying 'the whole nervous system by steam ... A commercial atmosphere floats around works of this class, redolent of the manufactory or the shop'.34 By the 1 880s Professor W. Stanley Jevons was casting a more positive light on the...
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