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A Lady or a Body?
Subjects Without Heads
Fiction as Vivisection
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animal argues becomes bodily body Cage Captain Everard Carlyle chapter character's characters Cities comic complex consciousness Copperfield Cranford Cranfordian critics Daniel Deronda Darnay death Defarge Dickens discourse disembodied electric telegraph Elizabeth Gaskell embodiment Ermarth experimental experiments explore fact figure first-person first-person narrative frogs Frozen Deep G. H. Lewes Gaskell Gaskell's George Eliot Grandcourt Gwendolen Harleth habit head headless Henry James human idea imagination individual interiority James's Jenkyns Jingle's Lady Bradeen letter Lewes's Lifted Veil literary literature Lorry Lydgate Lydgate's Madame Defarge Manette Mary Smith Matty's merely mid-Victorian Middlemarch mind Miss Matty narrative narrator narrator's nervous system Night Shadows nineteenth-century fiction novel novelist objects pain passage physiology Pickwick plot present problem psychology realist fiction relationship Revolution scientific sense Shuttleworth social sort sounder story subjectivity suggests Sydney Carton Tale telegrams telegraphic realism telegraphist text's things third-person narrative thoughts turns vision vivisection Wardour writing