- Title Pages
1Burying Lord Uxbridge’s leg: the body of the hero in the early nineteenth century
2Brothers in arms? Martial masculinities and family feeling in old soldiers’ memoirs, 1793–1815
3Recalling the comforts of home: bachelor soldiers’ narratives of nostalgia and the re-creation of the domestic interior
4Charles Incledon: a singing sailor on the Georgian stage
5Visualising the aged veteran in nineteenth-century Britain: memory, masculinity and nation
6Hunger and cannibalism: James Hogg’s deconstruction of Scottish military masculinities in The Three Perils of Man or War, Women, and Witchcraft!
7Model military men: Charlotte Yonge and the ‘martial ardour’ of ‘a soldier’s daughter’ 1
8‘And the individual withers’: Tennyson and the enlistment into military masculinity
9Charlotte Brontë’s ‘warrior priest’: St John Rivers and the language of war
10‘Something which every boy can learn’: accessible knightly masculinities in children’s Arthuriana, 1903–11
11‘A story of treasure, war and wild adventure’: hero-worship, imperial masculinities and inter-generational ideologies in H. Rider Haggard’s 1880s fiction
- Epilogue: Gendered virtue, gendered vigour and gendered valour
- Martial Masculinities
- Michael Brown, Anna Maria Barry, Joanne Begiato
- Manchester University Press
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