- Title Pages
- List of Illustrations
- Allegiance: A Sermon<sup>1</sup>
- Introduction: Re-visioning Belief in Nineteenth-Century Writing
- 1. Tell the Story: Re-imagining Victorian Conversion Narratives
- 2. ‘Recognizing Fellow-Creatures’: F.D. Maurice, Octavia Hill, Josephine Butler
- 3. ‘Filthy Lucre’: Christianity, Commerce and the Female Bodily Economy in Seamstress Narratives of the 1840s*
- 4. Isaiah and Ezekiel – But What about Charley? An Essay on ‘Wanting to Believe’*
- 5. ‘Repairing Everywhere without Design’? Industry, Revery and Relation in Emily Dickinson's Bee Imagery
- 6. Poetry, Poetic Perception, and Emerson's Spiritual Affirmations
- 7. Sacrificial Exchange and the Gothic Double in <i>Melmoth the Wanderer</i> and <i>The Picture of Dorian Gray</i>
- 8. Church Architecture, Tractarian Poetry and the Forms of Faith Kirstie Blair
- 9. Caricature and Social Change 1820–1840: The March of Intellect Revisited
- 10. Feeling ‘Ghostlike’: Carlyle and his Exposure to the ‘Condition-of-England-Question’
- 11. ‘Getting Down into the Masses’: Dickens, Journalism and the Personal Mode
- 12. ‘Scrupulously Empty Phrases’ and the Silent Work of Matthew Arnold: Belief in the Action of Writing
- Shaping Belief
- Liverpool University Press
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