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76 Automne | 2012
Believing in Victorian Times

Textes recueillis par Bénédicte Coste

The following issue of the Cahiers victoriens et édouardiens discusses various forms of belief in the Victorian times. It addresses the question of individual, literary, philosophical, or community beliefs, including their conflict, that shaped the intellectual and literary Victorian landscape. For a long time belief in the Victorian times has been characterised by the conflict between science and religion, or by the question of the mid-Victorian “loss of faith”. Such an approach may lead to reducing the diversity of individual or group positions to mere series of conflicts. Included here are essays on the forms, trajectories, stakes and categories of belief. All suggest fruitful approaches within the literary, social and intellectual field.

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