Muscular Christianity Embodying The Victorian Age

[Part 5 of the author’s "Men in Tears: Moral, Physical, and Emotional Exhaustion in the Victorian Sensation Novel."] ilkie Collins’s Man and Wife not only sheds light on the controversies caused by popular health crazes in Victorian Britain, but also testifies to the complexity of the sensation novel’s engagement with medical discourses.

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Christianity and patriarchy. Christianity contributed a lot to the Victorian concept of masculinity. The real Victorian man was to be spiritual and a faithful believer. Hence, the husband and father was considered to be the pater familias with extensive power. As the head of the household, his duty was not only to rule, but also to protect his.

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Her work includes "The Re-Subjection of ‘Lucas Malet’: Charles Kingsley’s Daughter and the Response to Muscular Christianity," in Donald E. HaU (ed), Muscular Christianity: Embodying the Victorian Age, Cambride University Press, 1994.

environment such as the army during the Victorian period.1 2. in Donald E. Hall ed., Muscular Christianity: Embodying the Victorian Age (Cambridge:.

Jack Sheppard and the Eternal Boy. Deane’s model of masculinity marks a departure from models valued at the mid-century, such as Muscular Christianity, Christianity: Embodying the Victorian Age, edited Donald E. Hall, Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1994, pp. 3-13.

Apr 7, 2018. J. M. Robson, 'Mill on Women and Other Poets', Victorian Studies. Hall (Ed), Muscular Christianity: embodying the Victorian Age (Cambridge:.

The Victorian age is thus the last in which the now disparate practices of. Hall (ed), Muscular Christianity: Embodying the Victorian age (Cambridge, 1994).

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Donald E. Hall (Ph.D., University of Maryland) is Professor of English at California State University, Northridge, where he received the university’s Distinguished Teaching Award. He is the editor of Muscular Christianity: Embodying the Victorian Age and the author of Fixing Patriarchy: Feminism and Mid-Victorian Male Novelists, among other works.

Charles Kingsley is today a somewhat neglected Victorian writer. If he is. to Muscular Christianity', in Muscular Christianity: Embodying the Victorian Age, ed.

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In addition, manliness combined with religion in the phenomenon of muscular Christianity, commonly found in the writings of authors such as Charles Kingsley and Thomas Hughes. The hyper-masculinity of the late Victorian period was not at odds with other dominant cultural forces in the era.

He writes on a wide range of Victorian literature and culture, but he is best known for his work on gender and sexuality in Victorian literature. Companion to Victorian Literature and Culture, Concise Companion to the Victorian Novel, Contemporary Dickens, and Muscular Christianity: Embodying the Victorian Age. Christianity: Embodying.

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Apr 30, 2008. which Christian theology resonated with the religious cosmologies of the. Muscular Christianity: Embodying the Victorian Age (Cambridge:.

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One piece in our latest issue that’s sure to provoke debate is Alexander Fiske-Harrison’s account of contemporary bullfighting in Spain. It’s a topic close to the author’s heart, and he eloquently.

DONALD E. HALL is Associate Professor and Associate Chair of the Department of English at California State University, Northridge, where he teaches Victorian literature, feminist theory, and queer studies. He is the author of Muscular Christianity: Embodying the Victorian Age, and co-editor of RePresenting Bisexualities.

status hierarchy of the Victorian period, 1837 to 1901, were fast disappearing. Confidence. In Muscular Christianity: Embodying the Victorian Age, edited by.

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He is a past Chair of the Executive Committee of the MLA Division for the Victorian Period, and a past President of the Northeast Victorian Studies Association. From 1993-2000 he co-edited Victorian Studies, where he remains a member of the Advisory Board.

Such literature directly challenged the status quo of the Victorian era's. Advocates of a so-called “muscular Christianity” sought to stiffen young mens'. Teddy Roosevelt and his Rough Riders would embody the idealized image of the tall,

Aug 31, 2012  · Muscular Christianity eventually found its way into mainstream American life in the form of the YMCA and the Boy Scouts (basketball was invented by James Naismith, a muscular Christian…

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The phrase "muscular Christianity" came out of the Victorian Age, where Charles Kingsley and Thomas Hughes encouraged young men to combine Christian ideals with physical conditioning.

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Donald E. Hall, Muscular Christianity: Embodying the· Victorian Age (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994), critiques this important Victorian religious, social and literary movement from the point of view of cultural and gender studies. Girouard’s

The term "Muscular Christianity" was coined in the 1850’s, but it was not until the late 19th century that the ideal of the Muscular Christian was embodied in Theodore Roosevelt. This was mostly a white, middle- to upper-class phenomenon, but the book does touch on some African-American clubs and even a bit on "Strenuous Women".

Jun 7, 2013. The last decades of the nineteenth century, a new era for big business, ire from critics and seemed to embody all of the worst of city machines, but it. of the Victorian era's constructions of femininity and feminine virtue, as well. Other champions of muscular Christianity, such as the newly formed Young.

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A focus on the crisis of doubt [return to faith] of plebeian radicals in the nineteenth century provides a fresh perspective on the intellectual resilience and cogency of faith in general and Christianity in particular in the Victorian period. A relentless focus on the loss of faith has obscured this reality.