By Vybarr Cregan-Reid
Against the backdrop of leading edge readings of a variety of work, novels, histories and pictures (by figures like Dickens, Eliot, James, Dyce, Turner, Macaulay and Carlyle), this publication demonstrates the Gordian complexity of the Victorians' courting with background, whereas additionally trying to spotlight the Epic's function in influencing versions of time in late-Victorian geology.
Discovering Gilgamesh can be of curiosity to readers, scholars and researchers in literary experiences, Victorian reviews, heritage, highbrow historical past, paintings heritage and archaeology.
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