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INDEX

abortion, 7577, 9899, 121, 234n12

Academy, 215

Acres, Birt, 114

actresses, 50, 109, 11820, 191, 231n25, 247n12. See also theater

Adam, Hargrave, 97, 134, 229n21

Adler, Irene. See Arthur Conan Doyle: “A Scandal in Bohemia”

Adorno, Theodor, 143

Adult, 250n32

advertising / advertisements, 3, 1112, 18, 6770, 7374, 7677, 81, 85, 95, 105, 111, 118, 12223, 139, 234n8, 234n12, 235n18, 235n21, 239n49, 240n60

aestheticism, 91, 157, 231n21, 247n10, 251n41

Ainsworth, W. Harrison; Jack Sheppard, 28

alcoholism, 13, 5556, 130, 159, 170, 232n29, 233n3, 235n15, 239n43

Aliens Act, 188, 246n5

Allan, Maud, 109

Allen, Grant, 152, 251n40; “The Dynamiter's Sweetheart,” 152

Althusser, Louis, 53

Altick, Richard, 72, 74, 76

anarchism / anarchists, 13132, 152, 156, 16062, 184, 190, 196, 20614, 241n1, 241n5, 241n10, 242n10, 242n12, 243n20, 245n34, 246n6, 248nn19–20, 249n27, 250n30, 250n34, 250n36, 251n36

anti-authoritarianism. See film: anti-authoritarianism in film

Arata, Stephen, 35, 230n1, 231n17, 231n21, 240n1, 242n10, 242n14

Armstrong, Nancy, 15, 230n3

Arrest of a Bookmaker, The (1896), 114

Arrest of a Pickpocket, The (1896), 114

assassination, 20, 14950, 152, 154, 163, 166, 173, 187, 190, 194, 19798, 2014, 206, 212, 214, 246n6, 247n9, 248n14

Atalanta, 233n3

Athenaeum, 158

Atlantic Monthly, 183

Austen, Jane; Sense and Sensibility, 243n18

B & C (British and Colonial Kinematograph Company), 112, 116, 122, 238n27

Bailey, Peter, 108

Bakunin, Mikhail, 249n27

Bamforth and Company, 134

Barthes, Roland, 45

Bartsky, Sandra, 229n14, 235n14

Baudelaire, Charles, 26, 108, 215

Bax, Ernest Belfort, 229n18, 244n29

Bazin, André, 42, 47

Beerbohm, Max, 19, 89, 91, 133; “Defence of Cosmetics,” 19, 89, 91

Benjamin, Walter, 27, 30, 110, 176, 181, 216, 230n12, 240n62

Bentham, Jeremy, 164, 229n16

Bernhardt, Sarah, 191

Bertillon, Alphonse, 14, 32, 34, 110

Besant, Annie, 173

Biograph, 227n1

Bioscope, 105, 116, 139, 14445, 237n19, 239nn42–43

Black, Paula, 81, 85, 104

blackmail, 16, 42, 4748, 60, 6266, 75, 86

Blackwood's, 228n8

Bobby's Downfall, The (1904), 115

Bordo, Susan, 229n14, 235n14

Borradaile, Mary Tucker, 76, 7880, 234n9

Bourdin, Martial, 152, 207, 241n10, 242n10

Bouwmeester, Theo, 131

Bowlby, Rachel, 82, 228n12, 235n13

Boy Scouts, 157

Braddon, Mary Elizabeth, 15, 17, 234n9; Lady Audley's Secret, 15, 17, 93, 234n9

British and Colonial Kinematograph Company. See B & C

British Board of Censorship, 104, 145

British Mutoscope and Biograph Company, 107, 237n8

Brontë, Anne; The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, 13

Brontë, Charlotte; Jane Eyre, 60

Brontë, Emily; Wuthering Heights, 13

Brown, Ford Madox, 206

Brown, Lucy Madox. See Lucy Rossetti

Buchan, John; The 39 Steps, 252n1

Buck-Morss, Susan, 82, 84, 185

Bumpkin's Patent Spyopticon (1910), 11112

Burke, Edmund, 158, 246n1

Burrows, Jon, 105, 115, 237n21, 240n64

capitalism, 6, 78, 100, 1045, 109, 123, 132, 143, 160, 167, 169, 17576, 178, 181, 216, 247n6, 248n18. See also consumerism, imperialism: imperialist capitalism

Carlyle, Thomas; The French Revolution, 203, 246n3

Carmenchita (1894), 237n8

cartoons, 812, 28, 73, 8990

celebrity, 28, 50, 67, 191

Chambers's Journal, 235n20

Chanan, Michael, 115, 140, 236n6, 237n21

Chaplin, Charlie, 134, 239n52

Chesterton, G. K., 215

Child of a Suffragette (1913), 13839

cinema. See film

Cinema, The, 118

Clarendon, 113, 115

class, 7, 20, 53, 7678, 8385, 103, 1056, 112, 11418, 12122, 128, 13033, 13738, 14345, 158, 163, 16670, 17273, 17579, 196, 198, 201, 2058, 220, 225, 229n21, 236n3, 237n21, 238n39, 242n15, 245n29, 245n31, 246n38, 248n16, 248n21

Cobbe, Frances Power, 13, 51; “Why Women Desire the Franchise,” 51; “Wife-torture in England,” 13

Collins, Wilkie, 1617, 19, 59, 7576, 97, 99, 125, 234n9, 234n12; Armadale, 17, 19, 7576, 99, 234n9, 234n12; The Law and the Lady, 97; The Moonstone, 59, 125; The Woman in White, 16, 55

commodity fetishism, 95, 110, 181. See also consumerism, glamour

Commonweal, 242nn10–11, 248n20, 250n35

Conrad, Joseph, 2022, 14953, 15663, 17076, 18085, 190, 19495, 198, 207, 223, 240n1, 241n3, 241nn6–7, 241n9, 242nn10–11, 243nn16–17, 243nn19–20, 245n33, 246n41, 249n26, 251n37; Heart of Darkness, 160, 243n17, 252n42; “The Informer,” 242n10; Secret Agent, 2021, 14953, 15663, 17076, 18085, 190, 195, 198, 207, 22324, 240n1, 241n3, 241nn6–7, 241n9, 242nn10–11, 243nn16–17, 243nn19–20, 251n37; Under Western Eyes, 249n26

consumerism / consumer culture, 512, 1821, 30, 67, 7085, 9296, 100, 103, 1056, 110, 12123, 12932, 138, 14344, 14951, 170, 17585, 191, 216, 22223, 22526, 227n3, 228n6, 228n12, 235n14, 237n10, 240n61, 245n36, 246n41, 248n18, 252n43

Corday, Charlotte, 187, 18990, 198, 203, 210, 246nn3–4, 247n9

Cornhill Magazine, 247n10

cosmetics, 3, 14, 1819, 7179, 81, 8486, 8998, 100, 233n5, 234n6, 235n16, 235nn18–20, 236n25

cosmopolitanism, 74, 7778, 1046, 188, 207, 231n16, 244n25, 250n36

counterfeiting, 58, 117

Countryman and the Cinematograph (1901), 13, 227n1

Crary, Jonathan, 30, 230n11

Cricks, George Howard, 236n4

Cricks and Martin, 109, 111, 133

Cricks and Sharp, 132

Criminal Amendment Act, 14

criminology, 45, 12, 14, 1617, 27, 3135, 38, 47, 64, 6971, 87, 97, 11011, 11617, 125, 128, 134, 142, 15859, 187, 221, 229nn19–20, 230n12, 230n14, 235n15, 243n16. See also individual authors

cross-dressing, 5, 14, 2526, 4851, 61, 113, 11617, 12930, 13437, 246n1

Cruikshank, George, 28

culture industry, 104, 143. See also mass culture

Daly, Nicholas, 109, 236n2, 240n62, 248n16

Daring Daylight Burglary (1903), 237n22

Davison, Emily, 14041, 240n58

decadence, 16, 157, 2012

Defective Detective, The (1913), 115

Defoe, Daniel; Moll Flanders, 15

Delacroix, Eugéne; Liberty Leading the People, 246n1

democracy / democratization, 7, 1920, 22, 143, 18687, 19091, 19495, 19899, 2045, 210, 212, 216, 218, 220, 222, 22426, 247n6

Den of Thieves (1905), 239n44

department stores, 11, 82, 110, 123, 17680, 216, 237n10, 246nn37–38. See also shops

De Quincey, Thomas; Confessions of an English Opium Eater, 16

detective series, 36, 11, 1720, 22, 25100, 103, 1056, 114, 125, 128, 144, 189, 214, 223, 227n2, 230n12, 231n17

Dickens, Charles, 28, 229n15, 246n3; Dombey and Son, 229n15; Oliver Twist, 28; A Tale of Two Cities, 246n3

Dickson, William, 237n8

disguise, 5, 14, 4142, 4849, 56, 61, 9192, 116, 132, 199

Divorce Law Reform Union, 232n27

Doane, Mary Ann, 11, 235n14

domestic abuse, 4, 13, 40, 51, 5456, 112, 138, 159, 229nn17–18, 231n22, 232n29, 233n3, 239n43. See also Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children

domestic sphere, 13, 18, 30, 4950, 5460, 7980, 9598, 113, 12425, 129, 13839, 198, 2078, 21820, 224, 235n23, 251n41. See also private sphere

Doyle, Arthur Conan, 12, 1718, 2569, 71, 11314, 116, 128, 132, 200, 215, 228n7, 229n15, 230n2, 231n16, 231nn18–21, 231n24, 232nn27–29, 232n31, 232n33, 232n34, 235n15, 238n39, 243n18; “The Abbey Grange,” 40, 5556, 232n27; “The Beryl Coronet,” 53, 5960; “Black Peter,” 56; “The Boscombe Valley Mystery,” 54, 243n18; “A Case of Identity,” 12, 53, 56; “Charles Augustus Milverton,” 33, 6268, 71, 132, 232n27; “The Copper Beeches,” 47, 5456; “The Crooked Man,” 33, 3940; “The Dancing Men,” 3940; “The Empty House,” 3435; “The Engineer's Thumb,” 58; “The Final Problem,” 35, 3738, 47, 49, 235n15; “The ‘Gloria Scott,’” 33; “The Golden Pince-Nez,” 33, 230n13; “The Greek Interpreter,” 33, 39; “The Man with the Twisted Lip,” 5758; “The Musgrave Ritual,” 4041, 53; “The Naval Treaty,” 34, 49, 5354, 232n26; “The Noble Bachelor,” 231n25; “The Norwood Builder,” 49; “A Scandal in Bohemia,” 2426, 33, 4146, 4850, 5253, 61, 67, 113, 116, 129, 215, 231n24; “The Second Stain,” 39, 6062, 232n27; Sherlock Holmes, 4, 12, 13, 1720, 2569, 71, 9192, 110, 11416, 122, 128, 164, 200, 215, 224, 228n7, 230nn1–2, 230n4, 230n10, 230n14, 231n21, 232n26, 232n29, 232n31, 238n28, 238n39; The Sign of Four, 3839, 57, 230nn4–5; “The Six Napoleons,” 3436, 38, 47; “The Speckled Band,” 56; A Study in Scarlet, 3233, 230nn4–5

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931), 252n1

Dudley, Lucilla Yseult, 190, 247n9

Duel to the Death (1898), 107, 109, 236n7, 237n8

dynamite, 2, 4, 20, 14950, 15256, 18990, 197, 2056, 21115, 21721, 228n10, 241n2, 241n4, 241n5, 247n9, 251n40, 252n42. See also terrorism

dynamite narrative, 3, 57, 17, 2022, 106, 144, 149226, 240n1, 241n2–3, 241n6–7, 241n9–10, 242n10–12, 243n15–18, 243n20–21, 244nn23–29, 245nn31–33, 245n36, 246n38, 246n40, 246n6, 247n8, 247n10, 249nn22–26, 249n28, 250n36, 251nn37–41

Éclair, 238n39

Eden, Charles; George Donnington, 247n10

Edison, Thomas, 103, 237n8

Eighty Million Women Want—? (1913), 240n57

Eisenstein, Sergei, 47

Eliot, George; Adam Bede, 15

Ellis, Havelock, 14, 32, 3435, 91, 110, 125, 134, 221, 229n19, 235nn15–16, 235n22

Eltis, Sos, 19596, 247n11, 248n14

eugenics, 32, 134, 159, 235n16

Everybody against the Policeman (1908), 115

Eviction, The (1904), 115, 238n26

Exploits of Three-Fingered Kate (series), 11629, 132, 143, 145, 224, 238n27, 238nn38–39; Exploits of Three-Fingered Kate (film, 1909), 116; Three-Fingered Kate—Her Second Victim, the Art Dealer (1909), 117; Three-Fingered Kate—Her Victim the Banker (1910), 117; Three-Fingered Kate—Kate Purloins the Wedding Presents (1912), 117, 12230; Three-Fingered Kate—The Case of the Chemical Fumes (1912), 11718; Three-Fingered Kate—The Episode of the Sacred Elephants (1910), 117; Three-Fingered Kate—The Pseudo-Quartette (1912), 11718

Express, 77

Extradition Act of 1870, 153, 188

Fabian Society, 172

Factory Girl's Honour, A (1913), 112

Fascism, Italian, 207, 250n31

Fawcett, E. Douglas; Hartmann the Anarchist: or, The Doom of the Great City, 241n1

Felski, Rita, 4, 227n3, 228n12, 252n2

feminism, 7, 13, 16, 18, 20, 22, 31, 5051, 5357, 66, 69, 7174, 8185, 8788, 91, 97, 100, 107, 11113, 12224, 13034, 143, 15051, 164, 167, 169, 175, 18687, 190, 195, 197200, 202, 2045, 20710, 212, 216, 22022, 22526, 228n12, 232n31, 233n3, 235n17, 238n27, 241n2, 244n29, 245n29, 252n43; Anglo-feminism, 19, 9296, 100; consumerist feminism, 8384, 178; feminist criticism, 8184, 107, 216, 229n14, 235n14; liberal feminism, 71; Marxist feminism, 167; pseudofeminism, 19, 70; state feminism, 69. See also New Woman, suffrage movement, suffragettes, women in the economic sphere, women in the political sphere, women in science and medicine

Fenians, 156, 175, 188, 190, 2056, 211, 214, 241n4, 242n11, 246n6, 247n9, 249n30. See also Ireland: Irish nationalism

Figner, Vera, 190

film, 1, 6, 1112, 17, 1920, 22, 27, 2930, 47, 69, 10345, 180, 215, 22325, 228n7, 228n9, 235n14, 236nn1–4, 236nn6–7, 237n8, 237n10, 237n13, 237n21, 238nn26–28, 238nn38–39, 239nn41–44, 239n53, 240nn56–57, 240nn59–63, 252n1; anti-authoritarianism in film, 1056, 11418, 12226, 12833, 14345; audience composition, 1056, 11416, 236n3, 237n21; crime film, 36, 1920, 103, 106, 111, 11332, 14345, 223, 236n7, 237n22, 238nn26–28, 238nn38–39, 239nn42–44, 240n59, 240n63; film noir, 69; films of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee, 142; serial queen films, 238n27. See also United States: U.S. films

Film Censor, 105, 119, 144

Film House Record, 117, 138, 239n49

Flaubert, Gustave; Madame Bovary, 88

Flint, Kate, 2930, 33

Foiled by a Girl (1912), 113, 237n18–20

Ford, Ford Madox, 206, 242n10, 249n30

Fortnightly Review, 32

Foucault, Michel, 45, 54, 164

fraud, 16, 18, 73, 76, 233n5, 234n8

free love, 208, 210, 213, 250nn32–33

Freedman, Jonathan, 195, 248n18

French Revolution, 163, 178, 187, 203, 205, 210, 244n22, 246n3, 248n16, 250n34. See also Charlotte Corday

Freud, Sigmund, 243n18

Furniss, Harry, 142, 144, 236n4

Gagnier, Regenia, 158, 248n17

Galton, Francis, 14, 31, 92, 110

Gaskell, Elizabeth; Mary Barton, 1516

Gaumont, 141, 238n26

Gilbert, Sandra, 229n14

Gissing, George; The Odd Women, 207

glamour, 5, 12, 67, 69, 103, 106, 10810, 116, 13334, 143, 180, 191, 21516

Glasier, Bruce, 245n34

Goodlad, Lauren M. E., 5, 150, 228n6

Goring, Charles, 229n19

Grand, Sarah, 8, 57, 12324, 216, 233n4, 235n17; The Heavenly Twins, 12324

Great Exhibition, 11

Greenwich Observatory (in Greenwich Park), 152, 156, 159, 207, 223, 242n11, 246n6

Greer, Tom; A Modern Daedalus, 241n1

Gubar, Susan, 229n14

Gunning, Tom, 104, 11011, 230n12

Guy, Josephine, 19596, 248n18

Habermas, Jürgen, 49, 236n3

Haggard, Rider, 157

Hansen, Miriam, 105, 107, 236n3

Hardy, Thomas, 15, 216, 241n2; A Laodicean, 241n2; Tess of the d'Urbervilles, 15

Hatton, Joseph; By Order of the Czar, 188, 247n8

Haweis, Mary, 89

Hemyng, Bracebridge, 16

Henderson, Fred, 245n34

Hepworth, Cecil, 128

Hepworth Manufacturing Company, 105, 112, 131, 239nn43–44

Hiley, Nicholas, 105, 236n3, 240n64

historicist criticism, 8184

Hitchcock, Alfred, 22324, 252n1

homosexuality, 14, 25, 31, 125, 161, 16769, 195, 231n21, 245n30, 251n41, 252n1

Horkheimer, Max, 143

Howe, Irving, 244n27, 245n31

If Women Were Policemen (1908), 112

Illustrated London News, 230n8

illustration, 6, 17, 2526, 28, 35, 42, 45, 48, 51, 64, 69, 71, 86, 183, 230n5, 230nn8–9, 231n24; illustrated magazines, 11, 18, 2730, 32, 45, 53, 67, 114

image / image-centered culture, 56, 1112, 14, 1819, 22, 26, 2932, 35, 39, 42, 4551, 61, 67, 6973, 8488, 92, 96, 104, 10611, 114, 133, 135, 14142, 170, 176, 180, 182, 185, 191, 215, 21926, 227n3, 228n6, 229n14, 230n2, 233n1, 235n14, 246n1, 252n43. See also visuality

imperialism, 1819, 34, 54, 73, 9396, 100, 157, 2056, 214, 220, 231n20, 232n33, 235n17, 235n21, 242n14, 243n17, 252n42; imperialist capitalism, 71, 9396, 235n17. See also nationalism, New Imperialism

Independent Labour Party, 245n34. See also Labour Party

Individualism (political movement), 19596, 248n20

Inter-Departmental Committee on Physical Deterioration, 157

Interrupted Honeymoon, An (1905), 12830, 239n41

Interrupted Rehearsal, An (1901), 115

interventionism. See legal interventionism

Ireland, 13334, 156, 206, 211, 214, 216, 231n19, 233n2, 238n26, 251n37; Irish nationalism, 4, 15657, 175, 188, 195, 2056, 211, 21416, 220, 247nn6–7, 251n40; “Irish question,” 156, 188, 214, 220. See also Fenians

James, Henry, 2022, 14953, 15670, 17580, 18285, 190, 19495, 198, 215, 228n12, 241nn6–7, 242n12, 243n19, 244n22, 244n24, 245n32, 245n36, 246n37, 246n40; A Little Tour in France, 244n22; The Princess Casamassima, 2021, 14953, 15670, 17380, 18285, 190, 195, 19798, 228n12, 241n7, 242n12, 242n15, 243nn18–19, 243n21, 244nn22–29, 245nn31–32, 245n36, 246nn37–38; Roderick Hudson, 165, 243n21, 244n27, 245n31

Jameson, Fredric, 22, 227n3

Jewishness / Jews, 19, 7678, 83, 93, 247n8, 250n31, 250n36, 251n36

Joyce, Simon, 35, 195, 227n5, 230n1, 231n17

Kinematograph and Lantern Weekly, 140

Kipling, Rudyard, 10910, 157, 236n2; “Mrs Bathurst,” 10910, 236n2

kleptomania, 123

Knelman, Judith, 162, 173, 227n4, 232n34, 234n12, 235n24, 236n25

Krafft-Ebing, Richard Von, 125, 243n19

Kropotkin, Peter, 196, 242n11

Labour Party, 172, 245n34

Lady Typist, The (1904), 113

Langtry, Lillie, 191

Ledger, Sally, 82, 228n11, 231n15, 235n13

Lee, Vernon; Miss Brown, 247n10

legal interventionism, 7, 11, 13, 27, 31, 51, 5357, 69, 150, 159, 17273, 200, 20910, 229nn15–16, 229n18, 232n31, 233n3. See also state

Leps, Marie-Christine, 125, 227n5, 229n20, 230n14

Leverson, Sarah Rachel. See Madame Rachel

liberalism, 13, 54, 204, 229n16, 229n18; liberty of individual subject, 55, 14951, 153, 16265, 17073, 18385, 19697, 2089. See also feminism: liberal feminism

Life of an American Fireman (1902), 239n41

Literary World, 179

Lloyd, Constance, 204

Lombroso, Cesare, 14, 32, 3435, 64, 91, 110, 125, 159, 187, 189, 229n19, 235n16, 243n16

London in the Sixties, 74, 83, 234n9

Low, Rachael, 105, 114, 140, 236n6

Lubin, David, 207, 250n31

Ludgate Monthly, 230n6, 233n3, 234n12

Lumière Brothers, 103, 114

Madame Rachel, 1819, 7281, 8387, 9296, 98100, 233nn4–5, 234nn6–12, 235nn18–21; Beautiful For Ever!, 18, 74, 76, 85, 95, 234n11, 235n19

Madame Tussaud's, 73

magazine detective fiction. See detective series, illustrations: illustrated magazines

Maid in the Garden, The (1897), 113

makeup. See cosmetics

male gaze, 1078, 11112

Mamoulian, Rouben, 252n1

Married Women's Property Acts, 11, 56, 228n13, 232n31. See also women in the economic sphere

Martinek, Ivy, 11820, 238n38

Marx, Eleanor, 167

Marx, Karl, 110, 248n19

Marxian criticism, 8184, 216, 236n6

Marxism / Marxist socialism, 159, 172, 175, 196, 208, 245n29. See also feminism: Marxist feminism, socialism

masculinity, 21, 14951, 15763, 17075, 182, 18485, 231n21, 242nn13–15

mass culture, 1045, 143, 18284. See also popular culture

Matrimonial Causes Acts, 13, 229n17

May, Philip; Love: The Reward, 198, 247n10

Maybrick, Florence, 97, 236n25

Mayhew, Henry; London Labour and London Poor, 16

McClintock, Anne, 15, 134

Meade, L. T., 1819, 70100, 116, 123, 225, 233nn2–3, 234n12, 235n17, 237n20, 247n10; Brotherhood of the Seven Kings, 72, 99100, 234n7 (“At the Edge of the Crater,” 99100; “The Bloodhound,” 237n20; “Luck of Pitsey Hall,” 99; “The Winged Assassin,” 99); The Detections of Miss Cusack, 237n20; Girl of the People, 233n3; Princess of the Gutter, 233n2; The Siren, 247n10; Sorceress of the Strand, 1819, 70100, 12223, 224, 233n2, 233n5, 234n7 (“The Blood-Red Cross,” 8687, 89, 94, 98, 233n5; “The Bloodstone,” 86, 8889, 92, 99; “Madame Sara,” 72, 8586, 9294, 98; “The Talk of the Town,” 96; “The Teeth of the Wolf,” 94, 98); A Sweet Girl Graduate, 233n3; “A Young Blue-Stocking,” 233n3

Meddling Policeman, The (1904), 115

medicine. See women in science and medicine

Melchiori, Barbara, 156, 240n1, 241n8, 246n6, 247n10, 251n40

melodrama, 11213, 19495, 200, 204, 219, 238n27, 248n16

Men and Women's Club, 244n29

Meredith, Isabel. See Helen Rossetti, Olivia Rossetti

Midwives' Act, 99

Militant Suffragette, The, 134, 239n52

Mill, John Stuart, 15051, 228n6

Mill Girl, The (1913), 112

Misguided Bobby, The (1905), 115

Mitchell, W. J. T., 26, 246n1

Modjeska, Helen, 191

Moore, George; A Drama in Muslin, 125

Morris, William, 172, 242n11, 245nn34–36

Morrison, William Douglas, 14, 16, 97, 187, 235n23

Most, Johann, 248n14

Müller, F. Henrietta, 221

Mulvey, Laura, 11, 1078, 235n14

murder, 4, 1516, 3941, 49, 54, 56, 6069, 86, 97, 107, 132, 134, 15859, 16263, 17375, 191, 200202, 212, 224, 230n13, 231n25, 232n27, 232n34, 235n24, 239n43. See also assassination, poison

Nation, 179

National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies, 711, 239n47

nationalism / national identity, 53, 5960, 74, 7778, 81, 9396, 100, 105, 157, 21920, 231n16, 235n17, 236n4, 236n6, 238n39, 250n36. See also imperialism, state

Nechayev, Sergey, 249n27

New Imperialism, 9495, 100. See also imperialism

New Journalism, 28

Newnes, George, 28

newsreels, 133, 13941, 240n56

New Woman, The, 34, 710, 16, 22, 81, 89, 91, 99100, 112, 12224, 138, 187, 190, 208, 212, 216, 220, 228n11, 233n4, 235n17, 241n2; New Woman novel / New woman fiction, 123, 157, 208, 210, 216, 224, 242n14. See also feminism, office work, suffrage movement, women in the economic sphere, women in the political sphere, women in science and medicine

New Woman, The (1905), 112

New York Daily Tribune, 197

New York Times, 179, 197

New York World, 194

Nicoll, David, 242n10

Nietzscheism, 160

nihilism / nihilists, 156, 188, 19091, 194206, 228n10, 242n12, 244n25, 246n6, 247n8, 247nn10–11, 248n14, 248nn20–21, 249n26, 249n28, 250n30

Nordau, Max, 91, 98, 227n2, 231n15, 235n16

office work, women's, 12, 61, 81, 91, 11213

Once Too Often (1904), 112

Orczy, Emma; Lady Molly of Scotland Yard, 237n20

Orientalism, 9395, 235n21, 251n41

Ouida; Princess Napraxine, 165, 244n25

Our New Policeman (1906), 115

Paget, Sydney, 45, 231n24

Pall Mall Gazette, 234n12, 251n40

Pankhurst, Emmeline, 240n57

Pankhurst, Sylvia, 142

Parsons, Albert, 241n5

Parsons, Deborah, 107, 108, 216, 228nn11–12, 235n13

passante, 26, 108, 110, 21516

Pathé, 139, 14142, 240n56

Patmore, Coventry, 219

Paul, R. W., 1, 114

Pearson, Karl, 32, 134, 159, 235n16, 244n29

penny dreadfuls, 2, 144

penny press, 105

photography, 2728, 3132, 3435, 42, 45, 47, 67, 108, 111, 131, 180, 187, 230n12, 232n1, 246n3; mug shot, 35, 111

Pictures, The, 11718, 120, 122, 127

Pioneer Club, The, 233n3

Pirkis, C. L., 237n20

poisoning, 93, 9798, 202, 235n24, 236n25

police and policing, 4, 18, 20, 27, 34, 5354, 61, 66, 88, 97, 11416, 121, 12931, 142, 171, 17576, 181, 199200, 20910, 218, 224, 232n26, 239n44, 242n10, 251n40. See also women police and wardens

political crime, 2022, 15253, 157, 165, 175, 18690, 19599, 203, 2056, 209, 212, 216, 22021, 242n11, 246n6, 250n36. See also terrorism, women revolutionaries

politics. See women in the political sphere

popular culture, 1045, 18283, 241n7. See also mass culture

Porter, Edwin, 114, 239n41

Pound, Ezra, 250n31

Prescott, Marie, 19193, 247n13, 249n24

Prevention of Cruelty to Children Acts, 13

prison, 7374, 98, 131, 16365, 17173, 200201, 234n6, 239n43, 239n47, 244nn23–24, 244n26, 248n14, 249n26

private sphere, 7, 16, 27, 51, 57, 144, 20910. See also domestic sphere

prostitution, 1516, 21, 77, 8384, 167, 18485, 229n21; procuration, 75, 77, 234n12

public sphere, 812, 14, 16, 4951, 57, 62, 66, 69, 71, 74, 77, 8084, 96, 107, 11113, 144, 189, 210, 222, 236n3, 240n61; proletarian public sphere, 236n3

Punch, 912, 73, 8990, 230n8

Purcell, E., 215

Queen of Criminals, 238n27

race, 27, 3135, 3839, 41, 60, 64, 78, 9296, 100, 11617, 159, 231n20, 231n23, 232n33, 246n39, 250n36, 251n36

Rachel's Sin (1911), 239n43

Ranelagh, Lord, 76, 7879

Rappaport, Erika, 228nn12–13, 233n3, 235n13, 246n37

realism, 4, 15, 27, 29, 47, 139, 214, 217, 219, 224

Revolting Daughters Controversy, 232n30

revolutionaries. See anarchism, nihilism, socialism, women revolutionaries

Rhys, Jean; Voyage in the Dark, 12122

Richardson, Mary, 221, 252n43

Rook, Clarence, 237n20

Rossetti, Arthur, 249n29

Rossetti, Christina, 93, 125, 206; “Goblin Market,” 93, 125

Rossetti, Dante Gabriel, 206, 250n31

Rossetti, Helen, 2122, 55, 186, 189, 20614, 218, 221, 225, 242n10, 249n29, 249n30, 250n31, 250n36; A Girl among the Anarchists, 2122, 186, 189, 197, 20614, 216, 218, 22021, 224, 242n10, 250n36, 251n36

Rossetti, Lucy, 206, 249n30

Rossetti, Olivia, 2122, 55, 186, 189, 20614, 218, 221, 225, 242n10, 249nn29–30, 250n31, 250nn33–34, 250n36; A Girl among the Anarchists, 2122, 186, 189, 197, 20614, 216, 218, 22021, 224, 242n10, 250n36, 251n36

Rossetti, William Michael, 206, 249n30, 250n30; Reminiscences, 249n30, 250n30

Sabotage (1936), 22324, 252n1

Salome Mad (1909), 10910

Samuels, H. B., 241n10, 242n10,

Sanders, Lise Shapiro, 180, 228n12, 236n2, 246nn37–38

Saturday Review, 7879, 179

science. See women in science and medicine

Scroggins as a Census Official (1911), 133, 239n49

sensationalism, 2, 20, 47, 9798, 113, 132, 144, 152, 194, 197, 216, 223, 233n2, 240n59

sensation fiction, 2, 6, 15, 1617, 55, 106, 144, 214. See also individual authors

seriality / serialization, 6, 29, 71, 116, 122, 228n7, 238n27

Shaw, George Bernard; Mrs. Warren's Profession, 16, 207

Sheerluck Jones (1901), 238n28

Shelley, Percy Bysshe, 194, 206, 250n31

Sherlock Holmes. See Arthur Conan Doyle: Sherlock Holmes

Sherlock Holmes Baffled (1901), 238n39

shopgirls, 1112, 81, 83, 112, 17680, 228n12, 236n2, 246nn37–38

shops / shopping, 11, 67, 7172, 8084, 95, 108, 111, 123, 138, 17683, 223, 233n4, 237n10, 246n38. See also department stores

Showalter, Elaine, 4, 157, 228nn11–12, 235n13, 242n14

Sims, George, 237n20

Singer, Ben, 227n3, 238n27, 240n62, 248n16

Smith, Madeleine, 97

Social Democratic Federation, 245n34

socialism / socialists, 156, 159, 161, 167, 169, 17273, 17576, 178, 190, 19497, 208, 229n18, 242n12, 244n27, 244n29, 245n29, 245nn33–34, 246n6, 248nn20–21, 249n30

Socialist League, 242n11

Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, 233n3

Sontag, Susan, 108, 232n1

Spencer, Herbert, 246n39

St. Leonard's Outrage (1913), 13940

Stamp, Shelley, 237n10, 240n57, 240n61

state, the, 7, 1314, 21, 51, 5355, 69, 151, 15354, 16970, 17273, 189, 196, 198201, 208, 211, 229n16, 241n10. See also anarchism, legal interventionism, nationalism

Stepniak, 19091, 196, 247nn10–11, 248n21, 249n28; “A Female Nihilist,” 247n10, 249n28; Underground Russia, 19091, 196, 247nn10–11

Stevenson, Fanny Van de Grift, 2122, 152, 186, 18990, 21422, 251n38; The Dynamiter, 2122, 152, 186, 18990, 197, 21422, 224, 241n6, 251nn38–41

Stevenson, Robert Louis, 2122, 152, 157, 186, 18990, 21422, 231n18, 251n38, 251n40, 252n42, 252n1; “The Beach of Falesá,” 252n42; The Dynamiter, 2122, 152, 186, 18990, 197, 21422, 224, 241n6, 251nn38–41; The New Arabian Nights, 21819, 231n18; The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, 4, 92, 98, 252n1

Stocking, George, 231n20, 231n23, 232n33, 246n39

Stop Thief (1901), 237n22

Strand Magazine, 17, 24, 2729, 3233, 3637, 4246, 52, 63, 65, 68, 71, 87, 150, 15356, 230nn4–5, 230n10, 231n24

Subject for a Rogues' Gallery, A (1904), 11011

suffrage movement, 711, 51, 57, 69, 95, 100, 112, 13233, 13743, 187, 221, 233n3, 239n47, 239n49, 239n51, 239n53, 240n57, 252n43. See also feminism, suffragettes, women in the political sphere

Suffragette Derby of 1913 (1913), 14041, 240n58

Suffragette Film (1908), 140

Suffragette in the Barber Shop (1898), 133, 239n48

Suffragette Riot at Westminster (1910), 142

suffragettes, 12, 20, 57, 106, 13243, 221, 239n47, 239n53, 246n6, 250n30; militant suffragette terror, 20, 57, 106, 13234, 13840, 14243, 186, 221, 246n6

Suffragettes and the Hobble Skirt (1910), 133

Suffragettes' Downfall; Or, Who Said Rats? (1911), 13738

Sweet Suffragettes (1906), 133

Symonds, John Addington, 251n40

terrorism / terrorists, 2, 67, 1617, 2022, 13132, 14957, 16062, 165, 170, 175, 18384, 186, 18891, 19798, 2056, 20915, 21724, 228n10, 241n2, 241n4, 242nn10–11, 244n25, 246n6, 247n9, 250n35, 251n40. See also assassination, dynamite, political crime, suffragettes: militant suffragette terror

Terry, Ellen, 191

theater, 108, 19094, 238n28, 247n8, 247nn13–14, 248n15. See also actresses

theft, 16, 20, 25, 54, 5962, 8788, 9697, 106, 11518, 12123, 126, 12831, 134, 144, 156, 218, 239n44

Thomas, Ronald, 26, 34, 227n5, 229n20, 230n1, 231n19, 243n16

Three-Fingered Kate. See Exploits of Three-Fingered Kate

Times (London), 73, 7779, 86, 188, 21112, 215, 217, 221, 234n6, 234n8, 235n18, 235n21, 242n12, 247n7, 247n9, 250n35

Topinard, Paul, 187, 189

Torch, 206, 242n10, 248n20, 249nn29–30, 250n30, 251n36

Trafalgar Square Riot (1913), 14142

Tube of Death, The (1913), 13132, 239n45

“typewriter” girls. See office work, women's

Uncle Josh at the Moving Pictures Show (1902), 227n1

United States, 7778, 152, 188, 191, 197, 217, 230n4, 234n12, 241n5, 247n13; U.S. films / film industry, 105, 107, 110, 134, 224, 227n1, 236nn3–4, 236n6, 237n8, 237n10, 238n27, 238n39, 239n41, 240n57, 240n61

Unwin, Raymond, 172

Velázquez, Diego; The Toilet of Venus (aka The Rokeby Venus), 221, 252n43

visuality, 18, 2635, 3842, 4551, 5759, 62, 64, 6772, 81, 87, 93, 103, 10615, 133, 135, 13942, 182, 191, 22125, 228n6, 229n15, 230n2, 230n9, 230nn11–12, 232n1, 235n14, 236n3, 237n10, 240n61. See also image

Walkowitz, Judith, 4, 1415, 82, 84, 228nn11–12, 229n21, 235n13, 244n29, 246n40

Warner, Michael, 1314

Westminster Review, 1, 227n2

When Women Join the Force (1910), 112

Whitlock, Tammy, 76, 86, 123, 228n12, 234n9

Wife's Revenge, A; Or, The Gambler's End (1904), 132

Wilde, Oscar, 1516, 2122, 55, 186, 189207, 210, 214, 221, 231n21, 247n10, 247nn12–14, 248nn14–15, 248nn17–18, 248n21, 249nn22–25, 249n27; The Duchess of Padua, 191; “The Harlot House,” 16; The Importance of Being Earnest, 202, 205; The Picture of Dorian Gray, 92, 194; Salomé, 15, 191; “The Soul of Man under Socialism,” 19596; Vera; Or, the Nihilist (stage production), 19194, 197, 247nn13–14, 248nn14–15, 249nn22–24; Vera; Or, the Nihilists (drama), 2122, 186, 189207, 210, 214, 216, 22021, 224, 247n10, 248n15, 249nn24–27

“woman question,” 7, 73, 167. See also feminism, suffrage movement

Woman's Treachery, A (1910), 13132, 239nn42–43

women in the economic sphere, 5657, 7286, 8889, 9396, 100, 17682, 232n31, 234n8, 246n38. See also Married Women's Property Acts, office work, shopgirls, shops

women in the political sphere, 22, 6263, 68, 7275, 13739, 16570, 18691, 195222, 233n3, 239n53. See also suffrage movement, suffragettes, women revolutionaries

women in science and medicine, 73, 81, 96100, 235n22

women police and wardens, 112, 16364, 244n23

women revolutionaries, 2122, 16571, 17374, 178, 186222, 246n1, 247nn8–11, 249n24, 249n26, 249nn28–30, 250n31, 250nn33–34, 250n36, 251n38, 251n41. See also suffragettes

Women's Rights (1898), 13437, 239n41, 239n53

Women's Social and Political Union, 7, 186, 221, 239n47

women's suffrage. See suffrage movement

working class. See class

Yellow Book, 89, 91

Zasulich, Vera, 190, 247n11

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